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All reviewsthe cottagesnice poolsanur beachroom was clean and comfortablefew minutes walkelectric kettletwo storeyhome away from homebreakfast servicenice place to staynight marketshort walk to beachair conditionedbreakfast was includedlarge bedthe main streetquiet hotel
It is a pretty garden hotel and is nicely set back from the hussle and bustle and noise of Sanur.
Rooms are fairly basis but there was lots of hot water and the aircon works well.
handy to the beach and the centre of Sanur
The reviews of Puri Kelapi are all accurate. This is the hotel where people are relaxed and friendly. Its at one end of Sanur so not central but everything you need is here. Its clean, quiet and good value.
Nice green place with pretty little rooms. We really liked the amount of greenery in the hotel. Our rooms were ok, bathroom could do with a bit more ventilation. The staff were really accommodating and friendly. It's located off the main Sanur street, so it's...More
Beautiful garden with a decent size pool. Rooms are large but lackluster. The bathroom needs some serious updating. There was a musty smell as well. Brown marks were in the bathtub where a protective mat had once been. The toilet didn't work properly. Tank would...More
We stayed for a few days and had an awesome time. The room was perfect, in a beautiful garden closed to the market and the beach, just a few minutes walk.
The Restaurant served delicious Food. We would like to come back!
yes it was very quiet. The whole site is quiet so I dont think it matters which room you have. We were sitting outside our room having a quiet conversation & got told off by a German man for speaking! Needless to say we... More
yes it was very quiet. The whole site is quiet so I dont think it matters which room you have. We were sitting outside our room having a quiet conversation & got told off by a German man for speaking! Needless to say we carried on our conversation as it was daylight & we knew we were not loud or offensive.