Tucked away just a short walk from the beach and main tourist area,this budget hotel is great value for money. The rooms are of a good standard with recently updated shower en suite. The friendly little restaurant serves a good breakfast and we enjoyed other meals. The garden and pool area is a little oasis of calm, you wouldn't know how close you are from the hustle and bustle of Kuta. Would definitely return.
Lovely pool area with nice bar area to sit.
Rooms were nice. Could do with a bit of a refurb but were nice.
Went to reception one night to get rid of ghecko in my room. And they couldn’t have been more helpful. Took the ghecko outside for me.
Stayed for three nights. Nice room, a/c worked a treat , kept us cool. Breakfast was good. Pool was the best able to swim toll 11pm. Would recommend for location and pool. Staff were friendly
We had a deluxe room with balcony. Good size balcony
We stayed four nights at Ida. Tired & Exhausted we checkedin at night. Front desk officer was nice and smiling. Rooms were basic, but were tidy and clean at the same time. Both of our room were having it's private balcony overlooking pool area. Loved the balcony. You could hear soothing Balinese music in the morning. Didn't like the washroom, as we had to manage everything :) with one overhead shower. Breakfast spread was below par. Could have been better. Best part of Ida was it's location and hotel surrounding. Located at the heart of Kuta, hotel offers free parking, which was a big plus. So many restaurants and shopping options were nearby. Hotel had a nice pool adjacent to it's main restaurant. Though there were two observations, overall we had a pleasant stay at Ida Bali.
We stayed here for a few nights. Let me start with the positives. The grounds are absolutely lovely, the pool was a wonderful place to hang around when you’ve had enough of the beach, the breakfast was more than adequate, and you can’t ask for a better location. Unfortunately, our experience was lacking in more than a few ways. The shower backs up to the point where we were ankle deep in water, and the WiFi was not adequate enough to allow me to work consistently. We had a run-in with a staff member who mistook us for somebody who purchased drinks (the day before we even arrived), and accosted us demanding payment at 7 am while I was trying to work. She was really forceful, and wouldn’t listen to us when we tried to explain that there was a mix-up. She eventually charged us anyway, and we had to get the whole thing cleared up. I hate to say that I have more to add to this list, but the book provided in the room gave a specific time that they would be fogging for mosquitoes. Fine. I appreciate that they are working to control the population. However, as we are sitting outside during the day before they are scheduled to fog....next thing we know, we are surrounded my the gas meant to kill those little buggers. I recognize that the concentration is supposed to be harmless to humans, but I would have chosen not to be exposed. Overall, even though this place missed the mark on our visit, with a few small changes it has real potential to be a great place.