Kuta Station Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kuta
- The flight from Tokyo to Singapore , where i had an overnight stopover before getting to Bali - was a long 7 hours. However the excellent service and comfort provided by the DELTA business elite cabin crew made the journey smooth. I fought fatigue and did my best to stay awake through the flight, as i wanted to hit the sac the minute i …
... and when we got out it kind of reminded me of pictures I have seen of Times Square in NYC. We started off at a bar that had 2 for 1 mojitos and $2 tequila shots. It was an interesting bar, there were lots of girls sitting at tables with older men (?prostitutes), but it was fun. We met this group of guys from NZ and they were pretty nice so we talked to them for a while. Then the NZ guys suggested that we go dancing at this bar called Eikon, ...
... back, the smell, the feel, the people! Such nice people! Ate Ayama Alang-Alang curry thing. Pete had his first Bintang! Got a free creme brûlée as the chef wanted to test it and it was amazing!! Half creme brûlée half creme caramel, yummy!!
We then went to a knock of Nigel DVD shop, bought 5 DVDs, got 2 free (when I was here the pirates were 10p, not they're 63p, how times have changed!). We also bought Pete two vests got him down from £35, LOL to £5 for ...
... along the beach to Kuta. We followed the sidewalks and had to ask a couple times if we were heading in the right direction. We finally made it to the park and were ready to hit the pool! We got our assigned locker and immediately found the pool! We swam for a bit and grabbed a beer. We then hit up a few water slides with tubes including the lazy river. We then returned to the pool for another beer ...
... become infected,
worse so around my ankles, causing my foot to swell up. Not nice. I bought a
few bits and pieces figuring that it would make do and I’d at least survive the
following week until my flight back to London….foot update in next entry!
Bali gave me a taste for Indonesia and I’d definitely like
to go back and see more of the islands, especially Borneo, but also Komodo and
Flores, which are supposed to be beautiful.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Cant saying much more about this hotel than "ABSOLUTE VALUE FOR MONEY" for around 80 USD including all taxes adn charges, i got a very nice room with breakfast included. The hotel has very good GYM and pools facilities one of the very few in this area that offers these... And most of all very close to the heart of all action packed Kuta.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.