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Hotel Uyah Amed & Spa Resort
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Reviewed June 6, 2013

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.

  • Stayed: June 2013
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Reviewed April 23, 2013

Stayed here with a bunch of friends over Christmas. My friend found the place and they all went diving Christmas Day. I broke my wrist from falling off a roof in Thailand so couldn't do the Liberty Dive but they said it was great. Get a discount by staying there. Beer and food is a bit expensive but wasn't that expensive of a trip. Good pool area, friendly staff, cool are in Indonesia.

Stayed: December 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed September 21, 2012

Stayed at hotel Uyah last year November,love their concept--eco hotel,hiring local as their staffs.The room is big and good,beach is beautiful and calm,during my stay,felt quiet always,no crowds,good place to rest your body and mind.I met two girls who sell their hand made salt box when i walked along the beach,since people in east Bali are strive to live their own,I bought two,the price is reasonable though I don't need any salts.At night had my dinner at cafe garam(their restaurant),that night they had a traditional performance called Genjek(Saturday night)it's great,the dancer invited guests to join them,I was invited too,memorable experience.The only con is that they didn't offer free room for my driver,they did promise this when I booked the room.Anyway,still think hotel uyah a good place to stay

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed September 7, 2012 via mobile

Don't come here in low season if you dont want to go snorkeling/diving. There is nothing to do apart from swimming in the pool. No one of the few guests is swimming in the sea.
Cleanliness is fine, but there is a weird atmosphere in this hotel. We left one night earlier, which was no problem unlike for other guests (see reviews). The staff didnt have a clue how many nights we had booked.
Breakfast was lovely with homemade bread. We didn't have any other meals in the hotel, we went to warung hoky instead where food was cheap and delicious.
The hotel is open on all sides, everyone could walk in and out at all times and there is no safe.
Spa didnt look inviting at all.
All in all, far to expensive for what you get.

  • Stayed: September 2012
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

When we arrived and were shown to our room, we were shocked at how well presented it was. The whole room was stylishly decorated as was the bathroom. Our room opened out with a private patio area next to a small shared pool - very pretty and great to while away a few hours in the evening after dinner.
The hotel has wifi but only in the restaurant, so if you need internet as I did to catch up with work - you can forget it. I had to reschedule everything as the wifi speeds were terribly poor and they are all over Amed.
Bring enough money to pay for your whole stay in amed as there are no ATM's for about 1 1/2 hour drive away.
The larger pool is as beautiful as it looks in the advertising for the hotel. Behind it is the local beach which looks scruffy and never has anyone bathing in it. Not a problem as a short 5 minute taxi drive can take you to some better beaches with excellent snorkeling.
The food at the hotel is OK to good compared with other places in the area and is fine for a short stay of 3 or 4 days.
Amed itself is so different from the rest of Bali, you could even say this is the old or real Bali with people washing naked in the rivers just before dusk, chickens wandering everywhere and even the occasional pig.
Get to know the locals who are such lovely people and will surely make your holiday a memorable one.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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I Nyoman S, Manager at Hotel Uyah Amed & Spa Resort, responded to this reviewResponded December 19, 2016

Dear someone_in_the_uk!
Thank you very much for this kind feed back after your recent visit to Amed and especially to our Hotel Uyah Amed. We are glad to hear that you enjoyed your time with us and that we could exceed your expectations! We will pass on your nice comments to our team, who will be delighted to hear that they are doing a good job. We really appreciate your comments regarding our customer service Our staff members take their roles in our industry very seriously and try, every day, to provide that quality customer service, that our guests expect.
Seasons greetings from Hotel Uyah Amed, your family on behalf of the Uyah Amed Hotel team and Happy New Year 2017
Best greetings
Nyoman Sudiana| General Manager
Hotel Uyah Amed & Spa Resort

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