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Reviewed 23 June 2017

Set on the side of a hill, these villas offer amazing views over the sea. We watched ships cruising by on the horizon and could hear the waves. We started in room 7 which is a bit of a hike up a lot of stairs, but offers the best views. Unfortunately we had to move due to a roof leak, the staff were very good about this and moved us to room 1, which was not as high, but still lovely. Amed is spread out along a road that winds around the cliff...we were in the middle part, so not in the busy northern end of Amed, but there was still plenty of restaurants and shops within walking distance. A convenience store is about 200m to the right of the resort, along with Diversity Diving, and the best restaurant in Amed, Bukit Segara. Right next door is Gusto Resto - another fantastic restaurant. Infinity pool is lovely, clean, well looked after. Breakfasts were standard offering in these parts of Bali - banana pancakes (yum) and choice of eggs, but the bread here was homemade - not the thin sweet toast you sometimes get...so thick and yummy. Room was comfortable, plenty of space, huge bathroom, mini bar too which is great. Thanks to the staff for looking after us so well, we had a great time and found Anda Amed Resort to be perfect.

Date of stay: June 2017
3  Thank becca70au
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Kim S, Manager at Anda Amed Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 23 July 2017

Thank you for your visiting our hotel, we are very happy to read your satisfied review with our hotel
We also apologize you have to move rooms because of the problem on the roof and it has all been repaired immediately by our employees
Once again, thank you so much
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Reviewed 4 December 2016

Stayed here a couple of nights. It's a very quiet and remote resort with your own bungalow. The room was fine, we had a couple of spiders and ants. Each bungalow has an electric mosquito repellent and mosquito net. Amazing breakfast!! The mix juice, Bali coffee and banana pancake are exquisite. Pool is great too. We are almost positive we left a t-shirt and pair of shorts by the pool by accident on our first night, which was never returned to us. Either another guest(s) or the staff picked it up. I would recommend this place if you're ok with it being a bit far from Amed. It was close to Lipah Beach; amazing black sand beach where we snorkelled! Wifi was decent.

Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank jtitley
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Kim S, Manager at Anda Amed Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 26 December 2016

We are grateful for the trust you for choosing our hotel as a place to vacation, about your pants left in the pool, already we ask the staff but they did not find. Usually if there are items left behind staff will certainly convey to guests. Once again thank you for your visit and input, we wait for your next vacation at our hotel.

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Reviewed 29 October 2016

We looked for a quite place in Bali and found in Amed and in the Anda Amed Resort a great location for 3 nights. We booked a villa for a family of 5 with ocean view and we were satisfied with the accommodation. Great views to the sea and very quite. Very kind team and breakfast offered fresh fruits and juices, as well as some balinese choices, that we found very interesting. Our kids loved it too and there is a particular mention to do for the restaurant Gusto closed to it that had a great choice for everybody. The nearest beach for snorkling is about 10 minutes walking distance.

Room tip: great views, nice team
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank CohenParis
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Kim S, Manager at Anda Amed Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 26 December 2016

Dear MrCohenParis

Thank you for the trust you have chosen our place as an option for a vacation, and thank you also have shared good information on tripadvisor, we await the arrival of your next vacation.

Have a nice day

Best regards,
Anda Amed Resort

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Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

This place was okay, but could do with some refurbishment and it is about a 40 minute walk away from jemuluk beach and most of the bars/restaurants/shops.

Would recommend if you want to get away from it all, but not for solo travelers. Also there are much better locations for a similar price.

Date of stay: October 2016
Trip type: Travelled solo
1  Thank Nicola C
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Kim S, Manager at Anda Amed Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 26 December 2016

Dear Mr/Mrs Nicola

Thank you for your riviews in tripadvisor and also we are happy to have you stay in our hotel.

Thank you very much, have a nice day

Best regards,
Anda Amed Resort

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Reviewed 21 October 2016

We wanted to get away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist hotspots of southern Bali so headed north and stayed a couple of nights in what would have been a series of traditional fishing villages at Amed. The Anda Amed is a bit away from the main parts of the town but with a beautiful outlook across to the sea and close to nearby beaches and snorkelling venues.

This resort appears to have been around for a while though we had no issues with the state of our villa. Rooms are spacious, with very comfortable beds, good aircon, clean bathrooms perhaps with minimalist furniture although having direct access to outside furniture was great. The place was so quiet in the evenings and at night, the silence punctuated by the calls occasionally of what we were told were large geckos likely in the ceiling.

The gardens are beautiful leading down to a fantastic infinity pool - we spent quite a bit of time there over the few days we stayed just enjoying the ambience and peace and quiet. Breakfast was included in the price and the freshly squeezed juice and fresh tropical fruit sensational.

Staff are obliging - they organised the gear and a boat for us to go snorkelling, a cab (private car I suspect) to go into the town, lugged our things up the hill to our room. We had one meal in the restaurant - grilled tuna - which seemed very fresh and very flavoursome.

There was a lovely feel to this resort, a mix of traditional Balinese hospitality and reasonably modern facilities that worked well. Amed was certainly worth a visit and I can think of nowhere better to stay than Anda Amed!

Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Mike F
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Kim S, Owner at Anda Amed Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 24 October 2016

Thank you very much for your review

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