See why so many travellers make Wawa Wewe I Bungalows their hotel of choice when visiting Amed. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Wawa Wewe I Bungalows Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Plus, Wawa Wewe I Bungalows offers a pool and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying in Amed, you can check out a popular French restaurant like Warung Asri, which is serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring Amed, check out an art gallery, such as Amed Art Gallery.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Wawa Wewe I Bungalows as you experience all of the things Amed has to offer.
Myself and my girlfriend came here for dinner one night, after sampling many of the surrounding restaurants and were so happy with our eating experience at WA WA WE WE that we came back for our last meal! Well worth giving this place a try, with beautiful fish of the day and nasi campur that we absolutely loved. Have a meal here and you’ll thank yourself later.
The band is one of the best bands I heared jamming. You can ask them anything and they will play it for you. Amazing singer. The arak is killing however refreshing. Good place to hang with friends and fellow divers.
We had a lovely time staying at Wawa Wewe bungalows. The setting was amazing and the pool was fantastic. Lots of local activities, transport was available from the accommodation which made it super easy. Staff were very friendly and the food was great. We will definitely stay here again.
I am completely in love with this place I will go back tomorrow if I could.The staff it's very helpful can say nothing about the meals because we always até outside.Amazing views,snorkelling on the beach it's fantastic and I had the best massage ever. Thank you all
Absolutely awful experience. Walked in to am empty restaurant where the women who worked there seemed more interested playing music on there phone sat around, talking amoung each other. Despite this, we was actually welcomed by a male worker so after looking at the menu we decided to eat. I ordered the chicken on skewers, when they came out i noticed the chicken was raw. I showed one of the women who took this skewer who took it away. She later then brought the same piece back after what i can only assume had been thrown back on the cooker. There was no apology. Needless to so i left the chicken and did not investigate further as to whether any of the other skewers were actually cooked. Not only the food was awful but the service was rude. Very dissapointing.
This is my second visit here and I received the same delightful experience as the previous time. The staff are very attentive and even remembered my name :-) They were interested in how I had spent my day and offered lots more information and recommendations. Food has been delicious - being here for 2 weeks has meant I have tried most things and everything has been freshly cooked and well presented. The owner is very keen on upcycling so the atmosphere here has a rustic charm using lots of reclaimed wood but with modern conveniences. I love the outdoor bathrooms and the infinity pool looks straight out to the sea with spectacular views of sunrise and sunset. It's also worth a visit to WAWAWEWE Beach where there is live music and food and for a change of scenery CLASSIC villas are well worth visiting too - again with lovely pool and easy access to the beach.…
Terrible service. We went out for some dinner and we were the only customer there when we came but still the staff was more interested at talking and hanging out together then serving paying customers 🤔 We didn't get our food at the same time and it took like forever. The food itself was okay but not the best we had. This is probably a good place for the locals to drink and not for foreigners.....
My wife and I had chicken cordon bleu, which for both of us was severely under cooked. When we pointed this out, the waiter first tried to get out of it, but on our insistence, took it back and then when he brought it back looked like he put it in the microwave. The cocktails are suspicious as well, avoid it. Only reason it has two stars is that the venue looks pretty nice. But you can do much better than this in Amed.
Out of the multitude of choices to eat at, this one is hard to miss on a Saturday at night as they had a group playing live western music, everything from John Lennon to Sting. If they missed out on a few notes it was made up with the sheer enthusiasm and difficulty of some of the song they tackled. The Bar and restaurant is cavernous with maybe a dozen tables and raised lounging areas, lighting was low and staff were numerous if not seemingly chaotic in working out which table to bring the meal and drinks to, the fellow in charge of interpreting the the order sheets, working out the costs and handling the money worked overtime with lots of menu and tab waving between him and the staff. Top value for really enjoyable meal and drinks plus the live band on the Saturday that we visited. We did not stay at their accommodation as we had pre be ok end elsewhere but that is an experience that covered elsewhere. Would certainly revisit on a Saturday night.…
Amed is a relaxed coastal strip in the shadow of Mount Agung on the eastern point of Bali, famed for diving sites such as the USS Liberty shipreck. It is becoming increasingly popular now that there are fast boats to and from the Gilis that make the trip in 60-90 minutes. In addition to the village of Amed itself, the more southern fishing villages of Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Selang, Banyuning and Aas will often be listed as "Amed" when hotels are advertising. Things tend to get quieter and feel more isolated the further south you head. We had booked at "Wawa Wewe" when we found a great deal online. It turns out that there are at least 4 Wawa Wewe resorts, and from going back and checking, traveler reviews and even photos often mix them up. We were at Wawa Wewe Rock Resort. It is towards the southern end, in the village of Bunutan, about a kilometer south of the Japanese shipwreck dive site. The resort is a collection of 3 (?) small bungalows on a hillside. Room one is closest to the road and pool, and has the best views. Room 2 has a volcanic boulder in the middle, which might explain the name of the resort. Views aren't great. Room 3 is highest up, has views of the village and a sleeping loft. All have partially enclosed bathrooms without roofs (fairly common in Bali), terraces, and mosquito nets that have seen better days (there was a grasshopper trapped in mine). The walls are mostly glass, which works great for greenhouses but are less than ideal in a hot humid climate, and the air conditioner wasn't up to the task. Security is minimal: a padlock for the room with a tiny key; it looks like it could be picked with a paperclip. The resort itself is on the side of a wooded hill, so I wouldn't recommend it for those with bad knees. There were ants crawling on the bed when we got there and so asked to be switched to a different room. Also, the plumbing in the bathroom was broken, and leaked water onto the floor. I think any of these could have been put up with, especially since the pool itself looked so inviting and is probably spectacular at sunset. What killed it for us was the staff. Perhaps we had gotten too used to the staff at other places in Bali being warm, friendly, and helpful. The staff here seemed disinterested and aloof. This is important because being able to enjoy yourself in Amed requires a "fixer." You will need to get set up with scooters, diving operators, etc. etc. and this is difficult to do on your own at Wawa Wewe Rock being so far from the center of things. Honestly, I would have been happy with just some cold water to drink. Ultimately, I struck out on foot until I found a different place to stay, and we cut our losses and checked out. Maybe things would have gotten better, but it just didn't seem worth it. If you're considering the resort, I'd suggest only staying one night and deciding if you want to stay longer. We were there during shoulder season in June, and there were many other options available.…