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... chatting to the instructor. There's only so much salt water you can swallow in one day! The next hour was spent in the sea floating on the surf board and chatting to Lucy while watching the other surfers seemingly effortlessly standing and riding the waves. Oh well, surf boards also make great sunbeds for sunbathing on the beach afterwards. A Balinese guy came up to us while we were sun bathing and said 'hello'. After a long, long pause of us wandering what he was trying to sell us ...
... hotel, it's the most expensive one ($45) I will probably stay in until my last night here. Big plans for my final night in Bali on February 20th, but it's not even February yet so lots to see and do before then! Apparently I was a little late to order breakfast (9:30!) but they still whipped me up a banana pancake and a fruit salad... very nice folk in this place, but it's onwards and upwards to Bembengan UBud ...
... beach and caught the end of a surfing comp. Called into a place called Finns Beach Club which sat high up on a ridge overlooking a beautiful white sand beach. Immaculate green grass led down to an infinity pool on one side and a smaller wade pool the other. Being late in the afternoon we didn't see the point in paying the fee to get down to the beach but had we arrived in the morning it would have been a great place to spend the day. Went for a couple of walks along ...
... existed but were a common thing when I was a child, a square of ice cream between two flat wafers.
Back on the lazy river, having got rather warm again, but there was thunder in the distance and shortly the rain started dribbling. People packed up speedily and ran for cover, and as it got more persistent I decided to follow suit. Showered and dressed I sat on a wall at the exit to the changing area waiting for it to ease off. After a while they announced ...
It is so nice to be back on the road again as Australia feels like home, and not like another stop on my travels. This is also not really a backpacking holiday although my bag is a small backpack weighing about 6kg. The flight to Bali was just less than 6 hours, so it went quickly. We got our visas on arrival which took up some more space in the passport! Then we decided to walk to the hotel since it was only a few kilometers from the airport. Unfortunately, that took us ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatra Jasa Bali Resort & Villas Kuta
We, my daughter and I stayed here from 23 till 30th of april. We booked by Otel.com for an amount of 85 dollars a day, inclusive breakfast for two. At the arrival we got an upgrade. We stayed in a villa room, a big one with a bench, television, work space and a bathroom with a seperate shower and bath. All very Clean. The service was ok too.
Breakfast was a buffet with a mixture of western and indonesian food. Everyone should be able to find things he likes. It was fresh and enough. The hotel has one of the biggest pools in Kuta itself, not busy and with some entertainment for the kids. The pool itself could be better maintained, some renewal should be done. The beach is quiet, not really clean and not used very much. Everyone stays at the pool. There are some beach chairs at the beach but most of the time they are empty. Only in the evening the locals use the beach. The airport strip is close to the hotel, you can see the plains, sometimes you hear them starting but after one day you don't notice it anymore. You can walk in 25/30 minutes to Kuta centre but also take a cab, it does not cost much $ 3-5, depending on the traffic. So if you want to stay in the neighbourhood of Kute but not in Kuta itself this Hotel is good. Don' expect a nice beach but expect a great pool.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Patra Jasa Bali Resort & Villas Kuta
My husband and I stayed at the Patra Bali for 6 nights and loved every minute of it. It is a beautiful resort, the staff were so friendly and could not do enough for us. Our room was superb very spacious and cleaned every day. We did not notice the noise from the nearby airport except when out by the pool and it did not bother us at all. The pools were fantastic, very clean and the pool boys were very friendly and interesting to chat to. The restaurant was superb (we didn't go to all the restaurants in the hotel) the 4 guys who sang in the restaurant and lounge most nights were very talented. One night they sang about 10 songs for us - we were in heaven! They could harmonise beautifully.
My husband and I stayed at Patra Bali from 13-8-06 to 19-8-06, for our honeymoon.
If you want a quiet, relaxing holiday in pleasant and comfortable surroundings, the Patra Bali is a great place to stay. If slow service bothers you, or if you need a 21st century internet connection, look elsewhere.
Wir buchten für 9 Nächte. Und es war so, wie es auf deren Homepage beschrieben war. Es ist ein sehr schönes Resort, sehr geschmackvoll eingerichtet. Das weiträumige Anwesen ist nicht so eng gebaut und voll gepackt wie in vielen anderen, die wir uns dann angeschaut haben. Es sind einzelne Bungalows mit jeweils maximal 6 Zimmern. Wir hatten eine Deluxe Suite im Obergeschoss mit einem Wohnzimmer und einem Schlafzimmer und 2 Balkons, sehr zu empfehlen, der Aufpreis zum Standardzimmer ist es wert.
Overall, is an excellent choice for a holiday in Bali. My wife and I have just returned from a 6 night stay at the Patra. Beautiful.
Love the Patra, will stay there again!!!
Spent 3 nites in April 06 in a deluxe suite (free upgrade via Qantas Holidays package). The suite was HUGE!! Rooms were clean and bathrooms massive. Cost was AU$82 PER NIGHT and represents fantasic value for money. There are 3 pools (one being an infinity pool). Food was reasonable. The only downside of the resort was it was a little isolated. Was right next to the airport (free transfers included along with breakfast) but there was no issue re noise (very surprised by this!!). Whilst is a little isolated, taxis are cheap and only costs approx IDR35000 to Seminyak. Will stay here again definitely. A great place!
Brilliant stay in the Patra Bali
We stopped for 5 nights in the Patra Bali in Kuta and wished we could have stopped longer.
Our room was beautiful with a four poster bed and jacuzzi bath!
Included with the fantastic price we got our breakfast. However, the hotel was so nice we did eat at the Italian Restaurant (next to the pool) and watched the Balinese famous pink sunset. A bus is provided to allow you to get todowntown Kuta if you want to be at the hub of the place!
I would recommend this hotel to anyone as the hotel itself was clean and pretty and all the staff very eager to help out.
The former Pertamina Cottages, this beachfront location has the best resort look I've seen in Kuta - you know, that "pool-in-the-foreground with palm trees looking out to the beach" look.
The colourful children's club was fun for our kids because it was well supervised with an ocean outlook. We loved it and so did they.
And when you're ready to leave, the airport's only a coconut-throw away.