Puri Dalem Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPuri Dalem Hotel Sanur
Great food, great company and a great stay for the start of our trip. Both pools are to die for.
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The Indonesian people, unlike the Philippinos, speak very little English. The street signs, advertising, etc are all in Indonesian, with no hint of what anything is. We are so used to signs in English and French, that we always expect to see signs translated for us. Not so here in Indonesia. However, the fact that they do not speak English, …
Today was an exciting and sad day. We were finally reaching the heart of Bali, but it was also the last day of our tour.
It was time to pile on to the bus for the final time and make our final drive together. Before we reached Sanur we stopped off at a local hot springs to take a dip. The water was lovely and warm and very relaxing, …
... interior is like a studio apartment with a bedroom and living room area and a large bathroom.
Its about 10 minutes walk to the beach and close to the main road which is loaded with very interesting restaurants - some western and many Indonesian.
My driver and tour guide, Yuda - who speaks very good English, , lives 2 houses away (I already met his family). We are planning a full day tour ...
The pathway along the Sanur Beach was clear paving for about 12 Klms. We headed Left first and rode along for as fas as the path would take us. There are markets and restaurants right along the pathway so it is interesting all the way along. There is a huge disparity between the level of things such as The Hyatt having extremely posh pools and ...
... My congratulations and best wishes to Penelope for her decision.
She has made some very good decisions re the menu - strictly Balinese and only two choices - a Nasi Campur where you can choose 4 different things or the ' Megibung'which is a mixed platter of dishes.
A Megibung is made up of a number of small portions of about 6 - 8 different dishes with rice. It's a good way of sampling Balinese cooking and allows you to pick more of what ...