Santai Hotel Bali

Address: Bunutan, Amed, Bali, Indonesia | Villa
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSantai Hotel Bali Amed

      Reviewed by gunni

      Eine Hotelanlage zum verlieben

      Reviewed May 10, 2014
      by (12 reviews) Basilea/Rosenberg , Germany Flag of Germany

      Santai Hotel ist an der Nordostkueste, hat einen schwarzen scharfkantigen Lavastrand und ein wundervolles Riff direkt vor dem Hotel. Als wir dort waren, konnte man aber kaum schwimmen, da das Meer nach Regenfaellen total zugemuellt war. Der Muell kommt aus den Bergen durch die Fluesse.
      Das Ressort ist phantastisch im orginal balinesischen Stil mit Bambus,Kokosholz und Reisstrohdaechern gebaut. Der pool ist schoen und gross, das Essen ist gut, der Service freundlich und rundherum befinden sich viele sehr gute kleine Restaurants und gute Badestraende, sowie Tauchgruende.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Santai Hotel Bali Amed

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Amed

      Nach einem halben Jahr wieder vereint

      A travel blog entry by gunni on May 10, 2014

      4 comments, 38 photos

      Meine lieben Freundinnen und Freunde

      Ihr habt es hoffentlich bemerkt - ich habe lange nichts geschrieben. Das ist auch gut so, denn ich hatte keine Zeit!

      Nach langen Monaten durfte ich Brigitte wieder in die Arme schliessen und wir machten zusammen Ferien. Sie von der Arbeit in Basel und ich von meiner doch manchmal anstrengenden …

      Gili Islands

      A travel blog entry by mktravels on Nov 27, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... we jumped in a horse-drawn carriage (cidomo). Off we trotted a few kilometres up the road, paid our man and went to reception. It was the blank faces at reception that reminded K we had been moved due to refurbishment. We were in fact a kilometre back down the same track. M enjoyed watching K carry her 30k of bergens a good Km, plenty of time for K to receive a short training session, and gentle reminder about the 7 ...

      Amed on the beach

      A travel blog entry by liseandcris26 on Nov 20, 2014

      4 comments, 19 photos

      ... to be able to communicate with each other under water ; look at the size of this one; that one over there has teeth; that one looks good to eat, etc. we love, love , love snorkelling!!!!

      So all week we've been getting up at the crack of dawn , reading our books , napping, and snorkelling every day. The hotel delivers a nice pot of tea to our porch every morning, and in the afternoon a young man we met delivers us a huge ...

      Der gechillte Nordosten

      A travel blog entry by diekleine on Oct 01, 2014

      21 photos

      ... a diver and snorkeler's paradise in the northeast. Amed is actually a name for different small fishermans' villages that extending along a black volcanic sand beach. There is a great coral reef really close to the beach so you can get there easily by snorkling.
      In Hoky Homestay I met a girl from Singapore and a Belgian. The Singaporian had been to Bali several times and called Amed her favorite place.She knew some of ...


      A travel blog entry by amyloishall on Aug 31, 2014

      Woke up early to try and book out boat to gili t, couldn't find anywhere that does it, ended up being ripped off and paying far to much but at least was sorted. Went to the beach all day again with ruby and Maddy. Meant to go out on the night but was too tired so chilled and packed for ...