Compared with the multitude of newer properties along the Kuta beachfront, this resort is in serious need of an update. While everything is clean and works, it's old and tired and stuck in the 1990s. The menu of the restaurant on the beach is way out of date is out of touch with modern styles of cuisine. However, because it caters for families and conservative people, updating the menu might turn off a lot of guests.
I thought it represented good value for money: around 1.5 million rupiah a night including breakfast during Australian school holidays is a fair bit less than many of the places up the road.
The staff are friendly, courteous, respectful and helpful. Could not fault them.
The location is great if you don't want to be in the frenetic mix of the main part of Kuta. But be prepared to spend a long time in a cab if you want to go to the main entertainment precinct and the more up-market modern shopping plazas. Having said that, there are a places with live music within reasonable walking distance.
The breakfast is great - plenty of choice for everyone from anywhere.
While the swim up pool bar is a throwback to the 1990s/1980s, should be retained when the place ends up being renovated.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included