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Lisa Mari in Bali is a hotel we have stayed at for the last eight years. The hotel is central to the beaches. We have stayed half board the breakfast is Continental or English with fruit juice and coffee, tea, etc (must say the coffee...More
I stayed for 10 days at Vasillis Gardens apartments just next to the main Lisa Mari hotel. The apartment is basic but very clean working shower plenty of toilet roll . It's nice and peaceful away from the noisier Lisa Mari Hotel. Vasillis the owner...More
we booked two rooms for myself partner and one for another couple upon arrival for both rooms had bunk beds ,asked to have double and were told we would have to pay for an upgrade . Food was the worst I have ever come across...More
We have just come back from holiday today we stayed two weeks at this hotel when you pay for all inclusive then you don't expect to have to ask for a cup to get a coffee at any point in the day.the room is basic...More
We were soo disappointed after having booked this hotel.
We were advised by the travel agency that transfer from airport Chania was not included. This comment came after we d paid for a 'deal' of 1677. 00 euros including flight for a 15 day stay...More
Yeah, drinks finish around 9 pm. Drinks option isn't great - they don't offer spirits. Just beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee, ouzo and raki. We had to go out every night as even if you wanted to drink anything they offered... More
Yeah, drinks finish around 9 pm. Drinks option isn't great - they don't offer spirits. Just beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee, ouzo and raki. We had to go out every night as even if you wanted to drink anything they offered, there was nowhere to sit other than where you eat. No entertainment or anything. However, drinks in the restaurants weren't too expensive - around 7 euro per cocktail and 5-6 euro per spirit. Hope this helps.