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Reviewed 14 May 2016 via mobile

Ikan nila goreng sambel hejo nothing special, pecok Lenca not tasty, salty crackers, sayur asem not tasty, grilled shrimp good.
Price five star, Taste five-foot ,
should be re-formulated food menu so tasty, not too standard.
taste of the food did not match the price and the location was good

Date of stay: May 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank armeyn
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Reviewed 4 May 2016

I do not know what should I say first due to this resort was fully memorable and also the mini concept of floating resort was good. Surround the resort there was ricefield that fully seems like in the village and also sundanese experiences. The restaurant was also serving affordable price and having good taste. Then they provided big souveniers shop in front of the restaurant. With man-made fish pond we can enjoy any fish surround us. Best of the best and fully recommended to visit again.

Room tip: Presidential suites in the middle of Man-made Lake.
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank RomeroSNG
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Reviewed 27 March 2016

I pay Rp1.4m for 2 nights via Booking.com at suite room.

The room is excellent. It is spacious and classic Joglo style. Ambience is nice and you can even use a boat to explore the small pond.

You get the breakfast from 7-9. They served traditional sundanese cuisine. So, what makes me give them 3 stars?

The hot water didn't run before we gave complain. I did it right after breakfast and they just managed to fixed it several hours after lunch.

Their housekeeper didn't ask to makeup the room. Instead, I asked them at the first place. I also run out of mineral water, and again I have to ask before I get it.

For $60/night I guess I deserved better services.

Date of stay: March 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
3  Thank Sandriawan
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Reviewed 13 February 2016 via mobile

Sapu Lidi is restaurant with padi field theme, it was very relaxing feelings here. They have accommodation also for staying.

The restaurant provides Indonesian food.
They have a snack and souvenir shops but quiet expensive compared to town price.

It is worth a visit to this place.

Date of stay: February 2016
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank SoniaBali
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Reviewed 19 November 2015 via mobile

Sapu lidi resort is a hideaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you're seeking for solace, you will love the serenity that it can bring. November marks a rainy season and the cool breeze with the occasional showers made it a cozy holiday.

We were welcomed by the hotel guests who spoke minimal English at the lobby. Although there was difficulty putting ideas across, it was still manageable. The room service was prompt and efficient. The humble and patient crew tries their best to make the most out of anything you might ask for.

The hotel rooms/ huts made sapu lidi a unique experience, spacious, clean, with wooden floors and stoned bathtubs. They provide connecting rooms when requested.

Breakfast was excellent at their in house restaurant, you could choose to have your meal in the rooms or the open huts area with the surrounding water streams and greenery.

However, maintenance of the hotel facilities and standards are things that Sapu Lidi could act on.
Bath towels, bed sheets as well as curtains could have been cleaner. Our experience with the bathroom was awful. The bathroom was spacious and well lit with lights as well as the occasional natural light shining in. Unfortunately, there were bathtub stunt stains and the knobs of the shower head were going wayward. The toilet for some reason could not be flushed but we left it as that. There was a period of electric failure throughout the entire resort and there was no wifi, no charging or phones etc. But it was restored in a few hours.

The resort provides massage that was way cheaper than the cut throat services in the city. It is situated away from where the main resort is, a 5-10 minute drive that the resort provides. Alternatively you could have your massage in your individual rooms. The alternate area also houses the swimming pool as well as a function area.

With all that is said, Sapu Lidi was a pleasant sight and remains a homely hideaway you might be seeking for.

Date of stay: November 2015
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank pam227227
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