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Astagina Resort & Spa - Legian Hotels

Astagina Resort & Spa

Jalan Werkudara, Double Six, Seminyak, Legian - Map
"Last-minute or hotel stuff up, after that was ok."
We emailed to confirm late checkin. On arrival at hotel about 3am there was a long delay because even with emails there was no booking. So much fun at that hour feeling homeless and then being offered rooms that i would have to pay for, that is when i got cranky. Anyway, ended up sharing a bed when I'd booked twins but otherwise hotel was good pool was great and staff were lovely.
Traveller from Townsville
The Vira Bali Hotel - Kuta Hotels

The Vira Bali Hotel

Jalan Kartika Plaza No. 127, Tuban, Kuta - Map
"Great no frills value for money"
Convenient position, close to restaurants. Easy access to airport and shopping district.
Traveller from melbourne
Located in South Kuta and surrounded by shops and restaurants, this hotel is less than 500 m from Kuta Beach and Kuta Square …More
Champlung Mas Hotel Legian - Legian Hotels

Champlung Mas Hotel Legian

Lebak Bene, Melasti Street, Legian - Map
"Value for money"
It is about what we expected with good location, in the heart of old Bali
Traveller from H
The Hotel Champlung mas is ideally situated just a few metres from the attractive white sandy beach and popular surfing point …More
The Akmani Legian - Legian Hotels

The Akmani Legian

Jalan Raya Legian No. 91, Legian - Map
"In the middle of it all"
We have stayed at the Akmani before. You are between Kuta and Seminyak and it is a short cab ride or walk to everything. The staff are always friendly and helpful and if you want that little bit extra service we always tip the boys who clean our room and find on our return fresh fruit or some other treat. The hotel has 2 great pools, there is a bbq on fridays with live music, cafe and bars are very close, it has everything you want close by and at good prices.
Traveller from Perth Western Australia
Legian Paradiso Hotel - Legian Hotels

Legian Paradiso Hotel

Jl. Legian No. 118, Legian - Map
"Over priced bar prices"
Great location and great hotel except way over priced at both the bar and pool for drinks most exspensive places if stayed at for drinks.. so u couldnt spend the day in the pool and drink without having to go back to the atm and it makes u having to leave the bar to go down the street to drink.. and breakfast is the worst i had so tastless with not really a good selection... apart from that the staff is really friendly have live music and a good restraunt to eat at and best location also has a awesome tattoo shop 30sec walk from hotel Boss Ink the room is great with really good aircon so if u dont drink it is awesome place.
Traveller from paraburdoo
The ONE Legian - Legian Hotels

The ONE Legian

Jalan Raya Legian No. 117, Legian - Map
"Best Hotel On Main Street"
One Legian seemed to be best hotel avail on the Main Street it was located on. Walk out the front entrance & there are shops, cafes, restaurants & tour companies/guides, & taxis galor! It's very close walking distance to Legian Art Market which is full of stall holders who can sell items cheaper than most shops. I recommend shop no. 55 in the Legian Art Market, the lady here is just gorgeous & offers great prices without hassling you. Ask the locals for guidance is you can't find it, say you recommended by friend. Hotel amenities were great (far from 5 star though). Rooftop breakfast was awesome & relaxing. Offered movies free on rooftop at nights too. Pools were clean, free towels to use & often special pool bbq's for nominal charge 10,000-15,000 rp. Onsite massage rooms were lovely. You pay a little bit more than if you went outside the hotel elsewhere but you have full privacy,& it's beautifully clean & the massage ladies are wonderful. I had a full body Balinise massage with aromatherapy oil, greeting & departing drink (yummy lemon tea & yummy warm ginger tea) & cost about $15-16Aus for 45min. It was FANTASTIC. Room maintenance was prompt, reliable money exchanger on site in hotel too. Security at front entrance made you feel safe & checked all bags coming into hotel & were very friendly, as were all staff. Rooms were cleaned well & daily.
Traveller from Melbourne Australia
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RedDoorz @ Mahendradatta Selatan

Jalan Mahendradatta Selatan, Denpasar - Map
Kuta Lagoon Resort and Pool Villas - Legian Hotels

Kuta Lagoon Resort and Pool Villas

Jalan Raya Legian No. 363, Legian - Map
4.2 out of 5 (132 reviews)
Kuta Lagoon Resort and Pool Villas is the only one lovely lagoon boutique resort in the heart of Legian Kuta with quality …More
Swiss-Belinn Legian - Legian Hotels

Swiss-Belinn Legian

Jl. Padma Utara, Legian - Map
"Lovely hotel close to the beach. "
I had the most wonderful stay. My room was amazing for the price I paid and the rooftop pool was fantastic. The staff were all so friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. Location is quite good with everything you need right outside the door. I can't wait to go back.
Traveller from Perth
White Rose Kuta Resort, Villas & Spa - Kuta Hotels

White Rose Kuta Resort, Villas & Spa

Jl. Legian, Kuta - Map
"Excellent "
Staff were very friendly definately go back again ..
A Traveller
White Rose Hotel and Spa is one of the 4 star hotel located in the hearth of the famous Legian - Kuta - Bali - Indonesia. The …More

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    When you’ve got some time off and the itch to wade in a blue lagoon, charge a few waves in the Indian Ocean or monkey around with fellow primates, it’s Bali or bust! Located just east of Java, this Indonesian island offers the right mix of high-adrenaline action and low-tide laziness. To best prepare for the big trip, squeeze into your togs and spend a couple days lying completely flat, turning over occasionally and breaking for fruity drinks every few hours. You’ve got this.

    You may leave home with 99 problems, but beach hotels in Bali ain’t one of them, which is kind of the point. As a resort island, Bali is home to loads of waterfront and hillside hotels, especially around the southern towns of North and South Kuta, as well as Denpasar and along the northern coastline. If you’re in the mood for a whirlwind tour, book Indonesia accommodation on other islands, too.

    Things to Do in Bali

    The “B” in “Bali” stands for “beaches”—“budgie smugglers,” too, actually. On the northwest coast, the village of Pemuteran is a diver’s dream, with bright coral reefs and diverse marine life. If you’d rather meet creatures with cute smiles and opposable thumbs, skip the snorkelling and visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud. To stretch out on a pristine patch of sand, spread your towel at Nusa Dua, southeast of Kuta, where the water is calm and crystal blue. While you’re in the southern region of the island, check the events at the Bali Convention Centre, where you can take in a traditional dance show or join a festival. Art lovers and foodies will find their happy place between ornate temple tours and outdoor bazaars, like Gianyar Night Market near Ubud. After an evening spent grazing at the markets, hit up a neon-lit nightclub before crashing in one of the nearby Bali hotels. Get your sleep, so you can be fresh-faced for a morning hike to Tirta Gangga, a water palace in Karangasem. Repeat: There’s a water palace.

    Getting To & Around Bali

    Touch down at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar on Bali’s southern coast. Hail a cab or pick up one of’s swanky car hire options for the most efficient commute to sights and Bali accommodation. Public buses service popular neighbourhoods, so if you want the local Bali experience, catch a ride.

    Best Time to Visit Bali

    October through March can see a bit of monsoon season, but think “warm spa steam room” rather than “grey and gloomy.” If you want a lush rainforest experience minus the rain, visit during the drier months between April and September, which also happen to be the least crowded. As you look for opportunities to let your freak flag fly in Bali, plan around the lunar New Year celebrations in March to the Bali Arts Festival in June as well as several other annual celebrations in Bali.

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