The hotel is situated right next to the beach and the Café Garam features a salt production. The hotel features 2 pools (a little contradictory to their eco-friendliness) and a ping-pong table. The hotel uses solar panels to heat the warn water.
The rooms are spacious and bright and have a very nice bathroom. They have plenty of towels and a mosquito net.
The service was good.
The price is rather hefty: 500 k for a room witout AC, 600 k with AC. Also they charged us 350k for a private taxi to Lovina which was too much in hindsight. Maybe by driving a hard bargain you can bring the prices down a little.
Overall its a nice hotel to stay though not a cheap bargain.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cafe Garam: Experience fine western and Asian cuisine in our Cafe Garam and enjoy traditional Balinese "Genjek" performance every Wednesday and Saturday. You may wish to buy some souvenirs from our little shop where we offer handicrafts from Bali, Lombok & Java or play billiards on our two pool-billiard tables. We have implemented and maintain an environmental management system to reduce the consumption of natural resources and to prevent pollution by waste separation, composting, energy and water - saving installations and programs. We grow fruit and vegetables in our BIO garden. We try to communicate our environmental goals to the local community and our guest in order to be in harmony with this beautiful environment. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Uyah Amed Amed
- Hotel Uyah Amed & Spa Resort Bali