Febri's Hotel & Spa
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Historical Traveler Reviews Febri's Hotel & Spa Kuta
We'll be back for more..
My 3 bestfriends and I went to Bali in April this year and via the internet, we booked ourselves into Green Garden Hotel in Kuta. Upon our arrival in Ngurah Rai Airport, we were greeted by the hotel's pick up service who then informed us that we were being upgraded to the Febri's Hotel as the Green Garden was fully booked. And boy am I glad things turned out the way they were. We had an amazing time in Febri's Hotel.
We took a family room, which consists of 1 double bed and 1 bunk bed. The room was nice and very clean, and extremely pleasant. There were fresh towels with flowers decoration on our beds every morning. The bathroom was nice and clean, equipped with a tub enough to fit 3 adults.
The pool was to me, a nice touch to this cozy friendly hotel. It is medium sized, with elephants and human statues around and in it making it somewhat different from those pools you get in Malaysia.
The breakfast - which was complementary, to me was average. The peak for me was that it happened to be mangoesteen season in Bali, and they served a lot of those. Hence, I helped myself to, well, a lot. They serve American as well as Local Breakfast dishes so you're bound to be OK with either one, if not both.
What's cool about this hotel is that, if you walk out of the hotel, turn right, and walk further down for another 5-10 minutes, you will be greeted with the hustle and bustle of the Kuta Beach. Matahari Square, Plaza Kartika, Hard Rock Cafe.. you name it. However, back at the hotel, the busy city life is completely blocked out. We had the most peaceful sleeps of our lives there,which was just what we needed after a whole day's activity.
Another thing which you should go for should you decide to stay in Febris Hotel - Kunyit Restaurant. It is just across the street and they have got the most incredible authentic indonesian cuisine. We discovered this place on our last day, and we had our last supper like indonesian princesses, so to speak.
My friends and I had an amazing stay in Bali and when we come back again for a 2nd visit, we'll definitely come back to Febri's, knowing that we will be greeted with warm smiles and oh-so-comfortable-beds..and mangoesteens..
Nice hotel shame about the neighbours
stayed here in august the hotel is clean bright the room we had was at the back of the hotel as it was a family room which was very big a double bed and bunk beds. good reception on tv and there was plenty of choice for children. the bathroom was great with a corner bath and a shower the sink and toilet were very clean and we recieved clen bedding and towels every day. The pool was very cold and not that good for children. the biggest problem we had here was that the men who own the property next door have a dog tied to a tree the poor thing barked all night and most of the day purly as it was hungry after complaining to the manager she sent the security guard round and they did come out and give the dog some food and water. we made the same complaint every day as it did get to the point that it was noisy and would wake you up either late at night or around 6am. as the back of the hotel is family rooms and there were only 2 rooms being used at this time it was taken that we were causing a problem for no reason but then the manager did say that it has happened before and that it was a problem as the dog is tied up all the time and does not stop barking untill it recieves food. other than the noise problem at the rear of the hotel we had a good stay. the spa is ok but have had better for the money in the area. breakfast wasnt good as it consited of vegetables and rice to recieve a american breakfast you need to pay a supplement on top. the menu had a good choice and was resonable. overall i would recommend this hotel but if in need of peace stay at the front of the hotel.
My wife and myself stayed In Febri's for 2 nights initially but we extended for another. The hotel is very new and the room we stayed in was clean. Toilet is clean and airy as well. Bed and pillows are new and clean. Bed itself is firm and even though i'm a light sleeper, i managed to sleep well. Hotel staff are friendly and helpful. They helped us with our luggages without us asking them. The front desk was warm and even helped us arrange free transport to Jimbaran for seafood. Location is great as it is only 5 minutes walk to the heart of Kuta. Swimming pool is clean and there is no restriction on the time you can use the pool. Breakfast was okay. My wife went for the spa for 2 hours and she mentioned that it was good and worth the money. Overall experience - Fantastic!!
Excellent Hotel with great staff
Myself and my two friends stopped off in Bali for a week on our way to Australia. We found the hotel to be excellent. The rooms are perfect, plenty of space even with our third bed in the room. The staff left fresh flowers every morning on our beds as well which was lovely.
The breakfast wasnt great, we ate out most mornings but we had lunch and dinner in the restaurant and we could not fault the food at all, you gotta try the milkshakes, beautiful...
We also used the spa, and had a lovely foot massage, again the service was excellent.
The locations also great, just a little away from the busy town, but just a couple of minutes walk from the beach and the discovery centre. Everything is only a short walk away.
I have to say we would definitely stay here again, i would reccommend anyone to book the hotel, we could not find fault with the service at all.. Well done to all at the Febris for making us feel so welcome..
Great value hotel
We couldn't believe we could get such a nice hotel for the price. We got a great rate on a family room, which included bunk beds, a huge corner bath, in room safe, great quiet air-con and a full sized fridge. The family rooms are huge, and the standard room we saw was a good size. Unlike previous comments re the air-con in standard rooms, the air-con in the family rooms faces the room & the beds & is very efficient.
The food in the restaurant is great, and very good value for money. Like anywhere in Bali, you need to ask for your seafood 'medium' in order to not have it overcooked, and then it is delivered perfect. The tuna with Balinese spices is fantastic value at Rp25,000 (or about US$2.50), and the strawberry juice is amazing. We ate there for several meals, even when we weren't staying at the hotel as it was such great vaue for money.
The staff are just lovely & nothing is a hassle for them. They're so sweet, they even came to wave us off as we were leaving the hotel. We'll definitely stay there again.
We stayed at Febri's after reading bad reviews of The Oasis. The price is right and the location is great as it is nearby to Discovery Shopping Mall and Kuta Square.
It has an open concept lobby which is by the roadside. The pool is big for a chalet type hotel and you can get a good tan at the sundeck when the sun is high up. At night, lots of hotel guests dining in the at the lobby cum dining space with singers crooning contemporary hits.
The room is clean and big. Just that the air conditioned unit is placed at the wrong side of the room! It faced the closet wall instead towards the room. We stayed in the superior room and find ourselves perspiring at night and sleeping without the comforter over ourselves.
The spa is the cheap for 4 hours it costs only 330 000 Rp. Buffet breakfast was adequate and it would be nice if there were an array of breads and food. There were noodles, rice,vegetable and bread /jam for bfast.
We went across to Santika Beach and loved its ambience. Perhaps we would stay there in December.
Service wise in Febri was a bit disappointing. We had to carry our bags up the steep stairs with the staff carrying only our basket. We were kept waiting at the reception for them to direct us to the rooms though we were the only guests at that moment. Welcome drinks were served to us at the reception counter instead of inviting us to have a sit in the sofa.
Overall good value for a budget stay in a big hotel but they need to upkeep their service standard.
Great value, perfect location
Stayed at the Febri's for 4 nights having chosen and booked it online. For $40 per night including breakfast and airport pick up and drop off, this is difficult to beat for value. Its location is very good - 10 minutes from the airport, and a short walk from the modern Discovery mall, Waterbom water park (good for a few hours, not the whole day), and Kuta shops and bars. Tuban itself has many bars and restaurants to choose from.
The hotel sells itself as a spa as much as a hotel so we were pleasantly surprised to find that the hotel rooms were clean, air-conditioned, spaciuos, and relaxing. The breakfast was of average quality and in the evenings there is a caberet singer - though there are lots of choices nearby. You don't have to go far to find tourist info booths from different agencies offering rafting trips or cruises or the like. Book these here rather than online.
Enjoyed the Febri
The Febris is a new hotel in Kuta, about a block or two from the new Discovery centre, and a little removed from the worst of the hawker area so you experience less aggression when you walk out of the hotel. The staff were good and helpful. There is an internet service on site which is reasonable compared to most of the hotels in Kuta but slightly more expensive than some other cafes in the area.
The rooms are very large, very clean, very light-wonderful beds, huge bathrooms that are user friendly. They leave flowers on the bed every morning-nice touch. There is an in-room safe, space to put clothes, a unit to hang wet clothes on to dry (very helpful since the humidity creates an interesting dilemma for drying clothes) - ample and clean towels and bed linens. I did not have any bugs in my room during the 6 night stay. The balconies on the upper floors are private and quite a nice spot to relax for a while. There is a nice size fridge so you can put your own beverages or food in there. The pool is nice and has some shaded areas with a few trees. Perhaps adding some umbrellas would help with the hot days. You can order food and beverage service at the pool.
The breakfasts left something to be desired for me-I ate the first morning, the opted to walk up the street and eat at the Discover Centre as I found the food to be odd tasting and almost no choice if you have any eating restrictions. However for little money you have a choice of many places to eat so it isn't a big deal.
I ate one other meal at the Febris (I think it was dinner) it was ok but for the money there are some fantastic restaurants in Kuta and I would opt for those. Overall, I recommend the Febris as a good place to stay while in Kuta at a reasonable cost. It varies in price we discovered- anywhere from $28 US to $52 Australian and $50 Canadian. Go figure- you can try negotiating but if you know ahead of time try booking on-line with Expedia as they have good rates for US customers, and perhaps others can find a better deal as well.
Newest hotel in Kuta
As of May 2006 this hotel is 3 months old. Exceptional value for price - you can bargain for a deal at around $30 US a night. You get a free one hour massage in their extensive spa. Very big rooms - bright, clean, beautiful tiled floors and big bathroom. Posturpedic beds - very very comfortable. Huge mirror on room wall, lots of TV stations, including 3 movie channels. Big swimming pool with a few trees provided a little shade - so they could use some umbrellas around the pool. The hotel provides an in-house safe, a hairdryer, kettle and umbrella. Staff are polite and friendly. Breakfast is OK.
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