Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites
TripAdvisor Reviews Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites
Travel Blogs from Sanur
... to the airport.
Final thoughts on Ubud
In one word. Amazing. It was bohemian and eclectic, but still has Balinese flare to it. Cheap restaurants and busy markets. Bursting at the seems during the day with tourists, yet still a quiet rice paddy town at night. It has these narrow winding streets, and you spend the entire time dodging cars and scooters as the footpath is either falling apart or crammed with ...
... this one person that did not get here on time I was told that I can have his seat. After 7 hours of flying I was ready to get off as we were coming in for landing I looked out my windows and it was rainy and storming I wished that I was back in bali as I make my way off the plane to pick up my baggage I was thinking can’t wait ...
We're back in southern Bali, for one night anyway – we’ll be heading over to the Gili Islands, up in northern Lombok, and our ferry departs just south of here hence the need to be close by. We figured we’d give the eastern side of southern Bali a try this time which is how we find ourselves in Sanur. Our hotel is large and seems pretty nice – the staff are certainly friendly and helpful. ...
... in terms of the loss of local culture that comes with the desperately-needed tourism dollars.
Back at the bar, one more beer for the road then we were planning on going for a walk to check out what else was along the beach. As we headed off, Kadek was there waiting for us. Not quite sure what the ‘plan’ was, Neil was keen for a haircut, so asked Kadek where he could get one. He didn’t really know so ‘phoned a friend’ to ask, ...
... on it? It was incredible.
The last band of the night was Oka Collective, an Australian group that played drum and bass type music but heavily featured the didgeridoo, flute and saxophone.
Everyone was dancing, having a blast, creating an insane amount of positive energy :)
It was a really really beautiful experience, a great night to be a part of.
The next day (March 23) we woke up pretty early to head back to the same place for breakfast.