A haven of peace in the heart of Bali’s most popular tourist district, the Best Western Kuta Villa delivers a selection of 5 Star amenities at 3 Star prices.
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Tucked away in a quiet corner of Kuta, but just minutes from the area’s famed nightlife and beach, this charming hotel features rooms equipped with Jacuzzis and a selection of villas with private plunge pools. Guests are also treated to free Wi-Fi, bathtubs, outdoor showers and LCD TVs with 60 cable channels.
The design of the hotel incorporates traditional Balinese architecture, in contrast to the modern facilities. When they are not exploring the many attractions of the “Island of the Gods”, guests can unwind in the outdoor swimming pool or enjoy a Balinese massage in the spa. The on-site restaurant serves excellent local and international cuisine, and the hotel’s meeting room is ideal for corporate getaways.
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Pets may be accepted. Please contact the hotel directly for full details.
We stayed as a family. My family (me, my husband, 3 small girls), my sister and my mom stay in 2 superior double/twin room with extra bed and the size of the room is spacious for us. Breakfast is...
By Kharolin Gloria S
The first time i went traveled to Bali with my boyfriend and we slept here for 3 nights. These 3 days have been very painful because there is no water heater in the bathroom. And there is no provided...
Just returned from a 12 night stay at this hotel, and I must say I was dissapointed with Best Western.
Here are a few pros an cons
On arrival was advised we were upgraded to a plunge pool...
halifax on 30-Jun-2018
The hotel has a strategic location, not far from the airport and some souvenir center. Taxi & online transportion would surely know this hotel.
We stayed at the villa, it was clean and comfortable...
Jakarta, Indonesia on 25-Jun-2018
The best place to stay the service was fantastic the staff were such a delight they made our stay wonderful the Breakfast was extremely good and chef mike made us a special breakfast nothing was...