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Reviewed 20 April 2017

Hotel with only three bungalows, and two under construction. Since it is called Rock, no wonders there is steps everywhere for you to enter restaurant, poolarea or your bungalow. The staff is really nice, and there was a couple of them that really stepped up and helped us with whatever we needed!!!!
The construction is like in Indonesia style, and by that I mean that you have steps that are 2 inches higher then the other, doors that dont lock that good and poorly pluming. You absolutely NEED a scooter to get around in this fishermans village, and it really is, a village. Three hour drive from Kuta over the mountains, and it is perfect if you want to escape all the streetsellers and "tourist-life".
This is a friendly, place for relax, swimming, snorkeling, diving and yoga, and prices are much lower than in Kuta.

Date of stay: April 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Mirja S
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Reviewed 31 March 2017

Was there with friends. A plus for the place is the view and the pool area. Staff are welcoming but lack service skills, food is not good at all. Staff have no idea what a breakfast should look like. Facilities like showers and rooms are poor. Wifi is average.
We met the so called manager which was ok at first, but then bothered us so we call him for taking us around. Would not recommend to stay there plus it is far away from the centre of Amed,

Date of stay: March 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Jpsaydon01
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Reviewed 12 January 2017

The people that built this place chose the site well. It sits up on a small headland between the fishing villages of Banyuning and Aas, but not so high that you can't get down to the beach with a short walk. It would have been a challengingly steep site to build on, (witness the large boulder featuring in the reception/dining area) but the result is that from the infinity pool you can look down on two separate beaches crowded with literally hundreds of traditional fishing boats. This astonishing and colourful view is also available from the day-bed on the verandah of Room 1.

The air-conditioned rooms are clean and spacious, a double bed downstairs, with a mezzanine level above the verandah containing two single mattresses on the floor. The bathroom is semi-outdoors, with hot and cold water. (Be warned, as is the case most places in Bali, the hot water is VERY hot!)

Manager Wayan Joe, his wife Iluh and their staff were very friendly and helpful, and while some had better English than others, in all cases their English was better than my Bahasa!

WiFi is available, although the data rates are slow. I suspect this is more to do with the local infrastructure than the hotels service.

Although this place is about 8 km along the narrow coast road southeast from the village of Amed, in reality the whole stretch of five or six fishing villages is nowadays referred to as 'Amed', (smart from a marketing point of view). It is pretty much a continuous run of villages and accomodation places, each of which has some sort of cafe or restaurant where anybody is welcome to drop in. Therefore you can still get to quite a few eating and shopping options on foot, while renting a scooter opens up more possibilities.( Joe sorted one for us with helmets at IDR60,000 a day.)

The pebble beaches can be hard on the feet, but once you are in with your snorkel and goggles you are immediately over amazing coral and colourful fish of many different types. So easy. The hotel can organise snorkelling gear as well.

All in all, a great choice. We mistook our accomodation details when we first got to Amed, checking in by mistake to one of the four other Wawa Wewe properties! It was easily sorted the next morning with good grace and no hassles, and the rest of our four days at Wawa Wewe Rock passed all too quickly.

Best moment? Sitting on the day bed watching the sun rise over Lombok and the Gili islands across the Lombok Strait, and realising, as the sun rose higher, that the beaches were mostly empty and hundreds and hundreds of tiny fishing boats were out and about chasing snapper. It was mesmerising to watch them all come back in at about 8.30. It was like the whole ocean was moving towards us!

Room tip: Room1 for the best view.
Date of stay: January 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank bills815
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Reviewed 3 December 2016

We booked two nights because we would like to do diving in Amed. First time. So, checked on internet and saw beautiful pool with cheap price. So, we booked it. A bit difficult to find though, a bit far up from the village centre. Not good to go out for walk at night. Ok with motorbike. Staff are friendly. But no water bottle, no bathroom accessories except one toilet roll. Asked for soap and got only one. Just beside beach, people coming for diving, shouldn't they provide with bathroom accessories? But the view from swimming pool is very beautiful and not many guests. So, had good time in pool and got beautiful photos, that makes me happy enough though. We got room no 1 which overviewed the swimming pool and ocean. That is good. Price is cheap.

Room tip: Room no 1 is overviewing swimming pool and ocean.
Date of stay: November 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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2  Thank Hlamyatthu
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Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

Internet only in the evening
Ans all over the room
Just a few drops for showering
Staff friendly but not welcoming

Note: the view is really breathtaking but you can get it in other hotels as well. Not worth it to stay for the night

Date of stay: October 2016
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank AbuDhabiGirl91
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