Dewani Villa

Address: Jl. Dukuh Indah, Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia | 4 star villa
 
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Location

This 4 star villa, located on Jl. Dukuh Indah, Kerobokan, is near Tirtagangga Water Garden, La Lucciola Beach, Bodyworks Seminyak, and Jari Menari.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsDewani Villa Kerobokan

      Reviewed by travel.bug.

      Great Retreat

      Reviewed Mar 31, 2013
      by (20 reviews)

      It was a beautfiul resort and a great retreat from the hustle and bustle of Kuta & Legian however on the same note it is a drive out of town. Not a lot was within walking distance of the resort. Additionally very limited options with food delivered to the hotel so we ate out whilst staying here.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Dewani Villa Kerobokan

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Kerobokan

      Easter Madness

      A travel blog entry by travel.bug279 on Mar 31, 2013

      1 photo

      The prior evening we had gone to a lovely little restaurant somewhere around the back of our hotel. We wandered the streets for a good half hour trying to retrace how we had found this oasis.
      Findind it difficult in the daylight and shopfronts boarded up with their aluminium roller doors.

      With luck and two girls who are quite well at …

      AHIMSA - do no harm

      A travel blog entry by tahltravels on Aug 31, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... healing) followed by Kirtan (healing sound and dance) with Layananda. There is a lot of sitting, and I do mean A LOT. I'm constantly propping myself up with blocks and blosters, changing from one seated pose to another (and at some points resorting to standing or having a quick lie down. I feel like that is deliberate: that we're being taught that sometimes you can't move away from discomfort.

      My days off are spent mostly with the Japanese girls. Ami is fabulous - a 23 year ...

      Lost luggage, ample of anger

      A travel blog entry by annavan on May 31, 2014

      2 photos

      ... who had told you that miss!? This started another heated debate that eventually bought us back to the man we had dealt with at the very start of the day. After a good 45 minute verbal fight arguing our point against his ridiculous reasoning that we shouldn't receive any compensation we managed to get him to pay for our taxi to Candi Dasa. Was it worth the effort? Yes. We shared the taxi with two Scandinavian girls on their way to Ahmed another nearby town really good for diving. The ...

      Turtle Island and Flying Fish in Nusa Dua

      A travel blog entry by kennethq on Feb 13, 2014

      10 photos

      After adding more damage to the stomach at Wendy's for breakfast, it was time to head off to Nusa Dua to do a bit of touristy *****! This area was much nicer than Kuta, no plagues on the streets. They were replaced by bunches of squirrels who were happy to sit down next to you, if you had some food for them, same as myself really. After grabbing some lunch, we hopped on a boat with our hyperactive Captain 'Eddie' who looked about twelve, but ...

      The South Coast

      A travel blog entry by alinabaker on Nov 11, 2013

      2 comments

      ... my first night, the hardest part was over. Feeling uplifted by this thought I rolled out of bed, did some morning yoga and went to sit down in the garden to meditate. The morning air was crisp and cool, having not yet been burdened by the sweltering heat of another day, and life everywhere was rejoicing in its glory. As I sat in perfect stillness on a cushion in the middle of a open hut with a thatch roof, the songs of birds, crickets, ...