Bali Court Hotel and Apartments
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Bali Court Hotel and Apartments
TripAdvisor Reviews Bali Court Hotel and Apartments Legian
Travel Blogs from Legian
... before exploring the rest of Seminyak. In the evening we will go for a run before watching the Ireland vs Italy match tonight.
Don't worry though, we haven't spent the whole trip watching rugby. The first two days were pretty similar and both heavenly relaxing. We spent most of the day surfing and chilling at the beach. The waves have not been all too big (1m-2.5m) but that was perfect for us rusty surfers. We also, of course, had to get a massage both days, after a long 17 ...
... street called “Double Six”. The Beach is the best we've seen in Bali and great for beginner surfers.
We hired a car to take us to Ula Watu, one of Bali’s three sea-side temples. On the way to the Temple, we stopped at Padang Padang Beach (popularized by Julia Roberts and her movie “Eat, Pray, Love”). We ...
... smell of incense. At this stage of the day it got extremely hot, and while Maureen rested in the shade I walked around the gardens, bypassing some small waterfalls and other temples. I wish I followed Maureen's idea, by the end of a short hilly walk I was in drenched in sweat, not attractive. We got back into a much needed air conditioned taxi. Our little trip of Ubud had come to the end. But we had asked the driver to drop us off at beach club on the recommendation of ...
... is complete. Thanks a million to Jane for coming to the rescue when the credit card machine would not work!! You're a champ Janie. Al I have to do now is shower, pack and hope to hell that Customs let me bring my necklaces through. It's been a fabulous but hugely busy week. I feel like I have been away for 2 weeks and I really think I'm shopped out!! I know you don't believe me!!! Half an hour til landing in Brisbane in ...
... 53) and a friendly coconut serving attendants. Did you know young coconuts were used in the place of plasma in the Vietnamese American war and WW2, such is their similarity and sterility. Rehydrating and delicious. The ten ft surf and rocky seabed is such that swimming without a board would be suicide and we wasted two days under the sun, under umbrellas. We watched newly weds get their pictures taken and their dresses wet. The clifftop and sunset shots look picturesque while ...