All Seasons Legian Bali
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Historical Traveler Reviews All Seasons Legian Bali Kuta
Nice and New and Good Location
All Seasons is quite new, so the rooms are imaculate. The service isnt as good as smaller hotels, but the staff are still pretty friendly.
The only problems we found was the bathroom is quite small and so is the pool for the amount of rooms that the hotel has.
We were also quote a rate of $45 USD per night and then were charged $50 USD per night because the person who quoted us the rate was not there the next day to verify,
I highly reccomend this hotel for couples or friends. We stayed here on a girls weekend. Close to beach and Melasti spa which we worked our way through the menu.Not great for kids. Very clean and brand new.
I'm staying at All seasons for celebrating my 25th birthday, i get a great deal from them. When i arrived there, the ambience was fun and hip yet sophisticated. The room actually was not so big and i love the mozaic tile on the bathroom. One thing missing was only the bathtub.. too bad they don't have it., But in overall, This hotel was fantastic and worth the price..
Recommended Hotel 'n Loved it Very Much!
I stayed at the "All Seasons - Legian" on March 2006. Me & my wife enjoyed while staying here for 4 nights. This hotel have a new interior (After Renovation) and great atmosphere in it. The Staff and Manager of this hotel are friendly and keep u in feel like home. The Room was great & The Pool design is superb and you can even borrow a towel in reception. The Breakfast is ok but i haven't tried dinner in this hotel. It's all beyond your expectation 'n i love the place so much. I'm going back to All Seasons in this March 2007 with my parents & grandma too :) also want to try their body massage & spa. U can see a couple of my picture while staying at this hotel. Fr : Tomas (Jakarta-Indonesia)
What a well kept secret this Resort
I have to say after something like 17 trips to Bali and staying in a range of Budget to Deluxe hotels, this would have to be one of the best Boutique places around. I couldnt fault anything. The pool was great and not cold like some other people say. The Sun was over it for most of the day. Rooms are new, everything works, Tv has heaps of channels including HBO etc. Great choice. Met the Manager and he said they are always maintaining the Resort. The lunch snacks and dinner meals were superb and not much dearer than out at the local restaurants, but better quality. Resort is really clean, not what you would normally expect from a 3 + Star Bali Resort. I love the place so much I am going back again in March. I was thinking of Phuket again, but after staying here this is the place and it is vaule for money. Great location. You can get brekky next to the resort at Bamboo corner for ony $3 AU. I'm from Perth.
Good location at the right price
Stayed in All Seasons Bali in 23 - 25 June 2006.
Loved the hotel, its quite new and for the rate that we pay, its seems worth every penny. However, the bathroom is quite small.
The room service was fast, the food fantastic and the averagely priced. The telephone charges were exhorbitant.
The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Stayed in All Seasons Legian in April 2006 for 3 nights and really loved this place.. new & neat furniture, great service and really like the pool. Breakfast is ok but better stay away from their dinner set menu.
Great value in a fantastic spot
I stayed at the All Seasons just after they opened this year in July and found it fantastic. It is in a wonderful location (just behind the Padma) with good shopping and eating very local. They were still working on a wing of the hotel but you never heard any of the noise. The staff are young and
you can have some great fun with them - they were most helpful. The only down side would be that the pool is not in the sun all day and is quiet cool and it is hard to find a sunny spot for the day as the hotel shadows the pool. All rooms look onto the pool. Great value for money.
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