I had high hopes for Life in Amed based on reviews but was quite disappointed in several areas.
I travel with my sister and we are flexible and hardly fussy but there are some basic amenities this type of accomodation should supply. One is a bar fridge, which us listed in amenities but not in room. We asked for ice for our drinks and got a single piece 6"x6" and a few chips. No pool towels supplied, just a sarong to dry yourself with and then wear! No tissues, thin towels. And so noisy! Ok there was building going on but that wasn't the problem, it was the motor bikes from the road! Now Bali is all about motor bikes but I have never stayed anywhere on the island where they sound like they are outside your room. Food was ok but not great, and while they say they have western and Asian dishes the menu was basically Asian. Staff were nice but sometimes hard to find ( three times in one day there was no one at the desk.) The small pool was lovely and the massages some of the best I have had in many years coming to Bali.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Life in Amed is a beachfront hotel in a traditional Balinese fishing village. Step back in time, enjoy the abundant marine life diving or snorkelling, gorgeous coastline and our quiet beach. We offer Yoga Classes to our guests and visitors to the Amed coast. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Life Amed Boutique Hotel
- Life In Amed Boutique Hotel Bali