Ramada Resort Camakila Bali
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Resort Camakila Bali Legian
Nice resort, very friendly staff and right on the beach. Ideally situated between Kuta and Seminyak.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Resort Camakila Bali Legian
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We are now back in Darwin after spending a week in Bali, at Legian. The deal was that the caravan park stores the van (effectively a compound on the edge of the park boundary) and then puts it back on a site the day before we arrive back. Well, that was the plan but more on that later .......
We have been to Bali before and both times …
... for locals which was not as great but still fun until Judith fell out of her tube in the middle of a slide and burnt her knee on the dry slide (just think of accidents at school when you "stopped" with your knees on the gym floor).
We were done with Kuta and Legian and were annoyed at ourselves that we wasted so much time there. We hoped that we did not have to return to this area, which we unfortunately did. We just wanted to leave! So we decided to go ...
... it home for SURE!! It's really nice here right on the water and the good and drinks are really nice. Our bill is over $100 though so it's not really well priced, but it's alright. Later we find out it's owned by an Aussie which makes sense now why the prices are high. We spend a good few hours here taking it all in and laughing at how far we walked to get here. Finish up and hop in a cab back home. Make use of the pools happy hour and get ...
... up driving through the capital because of that idea. It was so stressful and I witnessed my first accident. It was a 3 scooter pile up right in front of me. It shook me up for sure. In 2012 an average of 8 people per day died in traffic accidents. This is an impressive stat for anywhere let alone for some where the size of Bali. my terrible directional choice did pay off as we found our way to a tiny rice village with some of the most beautiful people and terraces. We ...
... over schedule….feeling alone…..homeless is what I looked like…soo sweaty, large backpack on the back, small one in front, sporting my travel wear ; baggy clothing from Asia….looking like a desperate soul just wanting a little gift. So desperate I was knocking on random car windows in the parking lot asking for a ride…."I can pay you?”, I say…, "sorry”, they say. Most Norwegian’s took a quick glance at me and started ...