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All reviews safe deposit pool area noodles budget hotel huge bath nice pool egg station nice stay few minutes walk tucked away bit dated breakfast was included day bed shops and restaurants yogurt balcony fridge
This is a nice hotel in the best part of Sanur - Quiet and friendly - Many Europeans visit here, one's guess is they know something - It is a bit like mini 5 star on a budget - Plenty of things to do, close...More
Rooms are big, bathrooms fair size. But lots of tiny, tiny ants in bathroom and on bedside table. Got a lot of mosquito bites even though I used aircon. Breakfast is quite a sad story with not many choices and they didn’t seem to replenish...More
Stayed at Sativa for 6 nights and had a wonderful time, the staff were all so friendly and could not do enough for us.If we asked for anything like an extra pillow it was in our room in 10 min.If you want tea and coffee...More
TUI informed us that this hotel is not a 5* hotel. Indeed that’s true, but for a 3*+ hotel is is good. Price, quality is very good, swimming pool is very nice and big. The hotel provides you towels, free of charge, for the beach,...More
Nice and friendly staff located in a tranquil area of Sanur. The rooms and the hotel do need some renovation but its acceptable if you want some mix of Indonesian architecture within a good price range (yes Bali is not a country!) instead of a...More
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Don't hold your breath . . . I can't remember a single instance when the pool bar was up and running. I stayed at the Sativa for a few days on each of two separate visits; December 2015 and January 2016. The town of Sanur is... More
Don't hold your breath . . . I can't remember a single instance when the pool bar was up and running. I stayed at the Sativa for a few days on each of two separate visits; December 2015 and January 2016. The town of Sanur is not all that spread out, if you rent a bicycle you can easily access most everything.