Baleka Resort Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaleka Resort Hotel & Spa Legian
The staff here were very friendly, almost too much.
When we first checked in they had none of the standard rooms in twin share so we were upgraded however as the days went on we found that the sliding door was stiff and had fallen off its runners.
We didnt complain about it as we were hardly in the room anyway. It was a staff member who was giving us fresh towels that noticed the struggle and addressed it with the maintenance team. They came up and tried fixing it whithout distrubing us too much to then change our room for one two doors down. This was slightly annoying as we only had one more night there and weren't in the mood to pack everything up.
We then had issues with the keys and safe when we first moved into this replacement room.
As I said its not a major issue but the only complaint I could make.
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