Travelling around in Bali for 3 weeks we found the Amed Area to be probably the most authentic coastal zone of the island: Nice little bays and beaches, excellent diving sites and authentic rural life in little villages. There are some good resorts in this area and (at least from what we saw) "Life in Amed" was the nicest one: A small resort with beautiful bungalows (even for families), direct access to the beach, nice littlle garden with a pool. If you are lucky and Sarah, the owner, is on site she can tell you a lot of the people of Bali, their way of living and her personal philosophy of integrating "Life in Amed" into the local area. Beautiful sunrises, the shape of Lombock in the background. A minor issue: I missed a fridge in the room. The food is OK, nothing special. In any case there are a variety of excellent little restaurants ("warung") at short distance. Life in Amed was the cheapest resort we stayed in Bali and one of the most beautiful ones. In a nutshell: My personal favorite in 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