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Reviewed 8 December 2019

King room looking right out onto the beach--beautiful views, great aircon, and relaxing.
The staff were all wonderful--friendly and professional and very warm and welcoming without being awkward. Truly welcoming and they make the stay (and I am not a people person). Breakfast was yummy and filling, and the views from the top floor of The Cup are gorgeous. Close to Warung Enak, shops, diving and right on the gorgeous beach with a view of Agung. You can get a (great) massage on the beach or in your room, and if you want to snorkel or go fishing the staff is happy to arrange it.

I quickly got spoiled by the watermelon juice and delicious snack that appeared each day at 4pm. and lunch one day of fresh caught mackerel with Balinese spices was super yummy. There was noise from a new bar the Sunday night I was there, but the owner is already installing more soundproofing and the village is looking at new hour restrictions.

Date of stay: November 2019
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Reviewed 18 August 2019

Great staff, lovely room and veranda. Food at restaurant in front was great and the breakfasts yummy and filling. The salt farm next door was interesting to watch over the week. The very helpful staff organised sailing in the spiderboats, paddle boards etc for us. Cooked us pancakes for afternoon tea each day and fish straight off the boats for lunch.

Date of stay: August 2019
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Reviewed 13 August 2019 via mobile

The most special thing about Solaluna is the staff. Bali is renowned for its hospitality but this is a step above anything I have experienced. Traveling on my own for the first time, I was made to feel welcome and safe. The rooms are basic but the location is sensational. The large trees at the beachfront are perfect for providing some shade while enjoying the ocean view. I recommend the boat ride to Coral Garden and Jemeluk Bay for some snorkeling. So many different fish! The food is fresh and tasty at the adjoining restaurant.

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Reviewed 11 August 2019

We had a great time once again!
Solaluna Homestay provides very clean bungalows, excellent service and the people are friendly and ready to help you with whatever you need. They organised our pick up and drop off from and to the airport with very good drivers. Having a café (The Cup) just behind our bungalow was great for those days we were too tired to walk to any of the warungs of the main street. (The coffee there is excellent!!).
The place is perfect for those who like snorkelling. Just walking 200 m East you can launch in front of Camessa Hotel and swim East until BarRacuda. There, the visibility usually decreases. This is a damaged coral reef, now slowly recovering. The coral in some patches is very good, and there are large numbers of diverse tropical fishes. You can spot turtles frequently.
However the best spot for snorkelling is Jemeluck Bay which requires just 15-20 min walking East from Solaluna, with great visibility and calm waters most of the time. You need to be aware of currents if you venture towards the end of the bay, which you should not do without good gear (fins!). Usually you can let yourself drift the current and then swim back with a bit more effort. The diversity of fish and corals is amazing!

Room tip: Best views, large and superclean room, lovely people
Date of stay: July 2019
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Thank EvelinaF66
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Reviewed 7 August 2019 via mobile

We had a perfect stay on the beach in Amed in our two Bungalows at the Solaluna!

The staff (Made in particular) were fantastic as well as the rooms and food in the restaurant....

Every afternoon we received a snack on our balcony and most evenings we had a massage arranged for us,... the last evening they prepared for us a grilled tuna for free...

Just a short 100 meter walk to the right of our Bungalows there were fantastic views in the corals while snorkeling....

We recommend the Solaluna!

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
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