Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast
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Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast

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Location: Located in Tanjung Benoa on the Southern tip of Bali, our very own little village is just a short 12 km drive from Bali's international airport and 150 meters away from some of Bali's best beaches. A short 2km drive or a stroll along the beach will bring you to the resort town of Nusa Dua, which offers hectares of beautifully manicured gardens and an endless choice of world-class facilities, spas and wellness, lots of restaurants, great shopping and perhaps one of Bali's best surf breaks. Prefer staying in an expensive beachside resort and share your breakfast buffet with hundreds of other hotel residents, or in Rumah Bali, that gives you the satisfaction of staying in a modern Balinese style home just across the street for a fraction of the price? Well breakfast in your home away from home is something different. Served on your own balcony surrounded by tropical gardens you will be treated with a sumptuous breakfast that is fit for the kings. Balinese kings of course. We will serve you the finest early morning delicacies the island has on offer. Rumah Bali, Bed & Breakfast offers you a unique variety of Balinese experiences. It is our total commitment to provide our guests true and sincere Balinese hospitality in a hidden away private setting. Within beautiful landscaped Balinese gardens, the finest materials ranging from marble floors, teakwood furniture, to granite wash basins, our impeccable rooms offer something very special that one would normally expect only from a five star hotel. Best of all wouldn't it be great to have your own local source of information helping you to arrange your daily activities right from your room.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Tennis court
Airport transportation
Dry cleaning
Breakfast available
Shuttle bus service
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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3.0 of 5 stars


Jl. Pratama, Benoa 80363 Indonesia
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570kerries wrote a review Jan 2020
Katherine, Australia23 contributions14 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Excellent accommodation, staff, location. Couldn’t fault it. We stayed with our three children, it was quiet and safe even though in the centre of Nusa Dua. Breakfast was amazing and served in our villa (go with the Balinese option, kids loved the coconut waffles). No pool bar or anything, but mini bar full, and many restaurants very close by. Mini mart at the driveway entrance. Recommend the Tree Bar for dinner. Peninsular Resort across the road, so if you feel like sitting by the water and a more resort atmosphere you can just sit over there and have lunch etc. Can’t fault it at Rumah Bali. The layout in the villas is a little tricky with younger kids, as rooms are seperate buildings, but it was so lovely and huge, we made it work. Loved our stay, and we would come back. Airport pick up was arranged and made it very simple.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Paul T wrote a review Jan 2020
Bellawongarah, Australia80 contributions54 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a great place to stay and eat in Nusa Dua. Sensational traditional Balinese cooking with a wide range of seafood, poultry, meat and vegetarian dishes. Very friendly and attentive staff in a quiet and relaxing setting.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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ShellyA wrote a review Jan 2020
Subiaco, Australia137 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Thank you Made and the Rumah Bali team for another memorable stay. Your attention to detail and service for our two 50th birthday celebrations and a Wedding proposal was truly amazing.

The special dinner arrangement was spectacular and a special time for all of us to remember.

We will be back next time for a long relax. Love to the team.

Michele and Tim xxx
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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deepz78 wrote a review June 2012
Mumbai179 contributions728 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The property is a bit old and worn-out in some places but we liked the place for its spacious and well-done up rooms and a nicely landscaped property. The accomodation is in the form of independant bungalows with a separate outdoor bathroom and a section for storage. Some, I believe had a functional kitchen as well. The location is not too bad. It is right in the middle of Benoa but quite away from the main road and hence peaceful. The walk from the reception to the rooms is long and not too smooth for bags with wheels (ours got damaged!). The rooms had all the basic neccessaties and then a stereo as well. The pool's nice and there's a nice sit-out.
Rumah offers the option of breakfast at the restaurant or a set-menu at your bungalow, which was a decent fare and enough for a hearty meal. My kids had a wonderful time at the pool and playing in the lawns. The bathroom is eclectic being open styled but thankfully there are screens which can be rolled down, though it is pain if you need to use it at night. Watch out for the ghecko's in the evening !
A short walk to the road and on either sides you'll find numerous restaurants, shops, stores, massage parlours etc. The beach is a little distance away and would take a 10 min easy walk. we found the beach to be disappointing.
Tips - Good for families who want space and do not want to splurge; the complimentary shuttle to Nusa Dua is across the road, there is good nightlife aong the main road and a village market nearby for the local food (Bakso!)
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Date of stay: July 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: The far-end rooms are very quiet and face the pool. Choose the ground floor, if with kids.
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TedBell wrote a review June 2011
Dallas, Texas136 contributions177 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Rumah Bali Cooking School and Bed and Breakfast is located in Tanjung Benoa, which itself is on the north end of Nusa Dua, on Bali. It’s hard to pin point where Nusa Dua ends and Tanjung Benoa begins. It may be best delineated by the average daily rate of the hotels, most of which have very attractive waterfront facilities.

Nusa Dua is a quiet and more graceful waterfront destination on Bali with a number of higher end beach resort type properties, as well as smaller boutique beachfront and off beach properties.

Visitors to Bali who are disappointed by the beaches at Kuta, Legian or Seminyak, or even Sanur as we were, will likely find beaches more to their liking in Nusa Dua, especially closer to where the “two islands”, (which aren’t, in fact islands), are located. As you head north along the mostly finished boardwalk of interlocking bricks, the quality of the beach diminishes into something approaching tidal mud flat at the northernmost end. That area is home to the local fishing fleet.

Depending on Bali’s legendary traffic, the area is about 25 minutes and perhaps 100,000 Rupiah from the airport. Depending on the active runway at DPS, some noise from departing aircraft can be heard to the north. It is not particularly intrusive.

Rumah Bali markets itself as a “Bed and Breakfast” but its better described as a boutique hotel. It is located perhaps 100 metres down a dead end road perpendicular to the main road through Tanjung Benoa. It is not, nor does it claim to be beachfront. There is no view whatsoever of the ocean for those holding out for a faint hope clause.

The various villas sit amongst a lush, tropical setting, with a large outdoor restaurant / Balinese village square feature as a central focal point. Many villas have their own pools, some larger than others, and there is a good sized pool towards the rear of the property surrounded by 7 single and dual story villas.

There are a variety of different accommodation types at Rumah Bali.

There are larger villas at the very rear of the property with larger and smaller accommodations. The larger have a single master bedroom, a full kitchen, indoor dining and outdoor dining, a full indoor bathroom and outdoor WC with cold water shower, an upper area with a desk, upper and lower lanai’s and access to a fairly good sized pool, shared only by the occupants of the adjacent, and considerably smaller villa. This accommodation is fairly private, (due to the comings and goings of Rumah Bali staff) and great fun, especially when the adjacent villa is not occupied. The set up is well suited to extended or large families.

Villas surrounding the communal pool towards the rear of the property are oversized with good sized lanai’s with outdoor eating facilities. Some have basic outdoor kitchens with a sink and fridge, some have indoor bathrooms, some have outdoor ensuite bathrooms with a shower / tub combination, single sink, clothes and suitcase storage and an oversized and reasonably priced stocked bar fridge.

The outdoor bathrooms are outdoors in the sense that they open directly to a private, enclosed garden area. They are completely under cover and there is no chance of prying eyes bothering you.

As they are outdoors, they are not air conditioned and tend to have their share of mosquitoes, though neither of us were seemingly bitten by them. We found it helped to leave the bathroom lights on, which is counter intuitive, but seemed to keep the mosquitoes from lurking in the darker corners. The bathrooms are separated from the air conditioned sleeping area by Balinese doorways, so as long as the doors were closed, few mosquitoes found their way inside the sleeping area. Drawers and clothes hangars are located in this outdoor area and tend be pick up the humidity and mosquito fogging odors. Staff appear at dusk to light mosquito coils for guests on the outdoor patios.

The outdoor bathroom concept will appeal to some, but not to all. Guests should consider asking the staff to inspect rooms with and without the feature upon arrival before committing to a particular room. There are numerous combinations and permutations so take the time to be selective, subject to the options available to you.

Unlike other areas of the world, the Balinese have no problem allowing confirmed or potential walk-in guests to inspect accommodations prior to making a choice. Indeed, it often seems they are insulted if you do not take a look at the room first. We have rarely, if ever, experienced eye-rolling or the “ya gotta be kidding me” attitude so often prevalent in North America and most parts of the Caribbean and Mexico.

The beds at the property are firm, with some being very firm, the linens are of reasonable quality and the pillows most definitely pillow shaped. Some of the towels looked a little worse for wear, but they were clean and acceptable for a property at this price point. Basic shampoo and liquid soaps, but no bar soap are provided. Hairdryers are provided.

There are digital hotel safes in the rooms, but are no longer electronic and require key access. This is acceptable provided they are suitably located. In one room, the safe was located on the floor, in the rear of closet, which made access difficult and fiddly. It resulted in an oft daily ritual of getting on our knees and praying to the safe lock. This could be improved as it was quite annoying.

Also of note were some of the door locks, which in some cases were padlocks linking the Balinese door hardware. I doubt theft is a problem at this property and the locks work just fine. If card swipe door locks are what you are looking for, I’m sure the Conrad Suites down the beach has just what you are looking for, albeit at $500+ a night.

Internet is not included in the price and was wonky. Some days it was acceptable, on others it was very slow and prone to disconnections. Rumah Bali charges a premium price for internet access, (as high as any hotel we have stayed at anywhere in the world in the past three years, including New York, London and Paris), and at that price, there should never be any bandwidth or streaming issues.

As much as Rumah Bali appears to be an adults-only property, we were there the week leading into Easter 2011 and there were a number of very young children on site. We love our kids, we just don’t want have to put up with everyone else’s precious little toddlers at the pool. If you are looking for a “kidless” holiday, you may be out of luck.

Breakfast is included in the daily rate and can be served either in the open air restaurant, which doubles as a cooking school three mornings a week, or at your villa. There are three basic breakfast choices, (Continental, Balinese and American) and all of them were acceptable.

Rumah’s staff are lovely, always quick with a smile and to provide basic language tips. They genuinely seem to love their jobs.

Rumah Bali is owned by the same people who own one of Bali’s best restaurants, Bumbu Bali, with at least two locations, both within 5 minutes of the property. There is a sister beach front hotel adjacent to a Bumbu Bali restaurant, a short walk south of Rumah’s location.

As mentioned, the hotel offers an on-site cooking school limited to 15 or so people three days a week for us$80, starting with a 6:45am visit to a local market at Jimbaran, about 15 minutes away by vehicle at that time of day, and finishes up at about 2:30pm. The school does not interfere whatsoever with quiet enjoyment of the property. Heinz, the owner and chef, is extremely dedicated to Balinese cooking and lifestyle. The cooking school is very popular so book early.

The restaurant and facilities on the property are not open to the general public and do not serve lunches or dinners on site. They do, however, cater to occasional larger groups with dinner shows featuring live dinner music and cultural presentations. We did not find this obtrusive, indeed we were able to watch the proceedings from the breakfast restaurant area.

With larger fridges and even kitchens, it is possible to prepare light lunches on site. The closest supermarket Hardys, is a 10 minute / 40,000 rupiah r/t taxi ride from the property and has most items you’ll require.

There are a number of convenience stores on the main road through TanJung Benoa, but they sell convenience items, drinks and snack foods only. Although you may be able to track down all your light groceries and fresh veggie nearby, down a local street perpendicular to the more northern Tanjung Benoa Bumbu Bali location, about 7 minutes up the street, some might find the experience more than they wish to handle.

For the adventurous, there is an excellent little warung restauarant on the right hand side of this street, about 100 meters down, opposite a tailor shop that serves delicious, very inexpensive local food. Without alcohol, you’d be hard pressed to spend 60,000 rupiah or US/A/Cdn$6.50 for dinner for 2 here. Alas, the name of the place eludes me.

There are dozens of more typical touristy restaurants within a 10-15 minute walk from the property on the main street offering all kinds of menus. If business is slow, don’t be afraid to negotiate for net price as many places will knock 20-30% off their prices in order to build critical mass.

Most venues have live acoustic music, featuring a staggeringly wide degree of local talent, vaguely tuned guitars and very intriguing set lists seemingly designed to induce sleep. The elevated roadside bar at the Peninsula Hotel, virtually across the main street from where Rumah Bali is located features a talented, but often bored 4 piece acoustic band called Soul Quest on Friday nights and Karaoke on Mondays and Thursdays. The area is all but shut down by 11 so if you’re looking to party, you need to look elsewhere and that probably means Kuta.

Other than restaurants tied to hotels, there weren’t very many restaurants or drinking establishments on the beach “board walk”. That was a little disappointing but not enough to cause any serious hardship.

Rumah Bali is a delightful find amongst the often considerably larger, more westernized choices in the area. It has its quirks and may not appeal to those looking for more traditional hotel accommodations, or for those simply wanting a place on the beach, but it is certainly a place we would recommend. As alluded to earlier, just take the time to select a unit that meets your particular needs.
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Date of stay: April 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Take the time to inspect available rooms!
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99TOTO wrote a review June 2011
Belgrade, Serbia25 contributions41 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at this place for 15 days. First we had a plan to change it to another Hotel but when we arrived we were earth grounded and astonished! We paid 3 star accomodation and got 5 star de luxe service. None can believe this until try it. Since it was our Honeymoon, we didnt want to spare money and we wanted the best. There was certain scepticism because price is normal but what we got is something to remember. Owner is swiss guy Heinz Von Holzen. He is famous chef who worked with Hyatt in Bali and he built this place in 1997. It was built in Balinese style. All expensive hotels in Bali are sterile and as same as anywhere in the world. You just dont have reelfeel of Bali until you stay at place like this. 500 meters from this place is restaurant Bumbu Bali owned by Mr. Holzen. It is only balinese restaurant in Bali, believe it or not. There is Balinese food only prepared in top chef style by 20 proffesional cooks and Mr. Holzen itself who works on line in kitchen preparing sauces and sautee dishes. This is a must try restaurant. I am limited by words to express all my feelings about Rumah Bali. In the end, i will give you small tip: if you are a millionare and go to Bali, stay at this place at least for 3 days and you will see that it is better than 5 star Hotels.
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Date of stay: July 2010Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: we stayed at villa Senna
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apj101 wrote a review Jan 2015
Melbourne, Australia163 contributions137 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Love staying here. The staff were fantastic and couldn't do enough for you. The rooms were very spacious and clean. The B&B is set back from the road but close to small shops and eateries. It is away from all the touristy areas too, as much as you can on Bali.

The big winner for me with this place was the food!!! The Balinese breakfast was fantastic!! And the dinners were amazing. I just LOVED the food here!! And the meals are huge. I'm a big bloke and I never needed lunch while I was staying here!!

Cant recommend this place enough!!
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Date of stay: January 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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garlicon wrote a review Apr 2011
Melbourne, Australia28 contributions13 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a late review :) my spouse and I stayed at Rumah Bali for 3 nights. We booked directly through the hotel website and we requested for airport transfer as well. After reading the many reviews on tripadvisor, we really had high expectations of rumah bali. We arrived around 7pm at night and were happy that the driver came to pick us up as requested. But once we entered the van, he asked whether we would like him to drive us around the next day, we told him that we would like to think about it first. He kept talking about the services etc and would not start his car but waited for us to decide. :( in the end, my spouse gave in and paid him a deposit. We felt like we were 'forced' to agree to his deal. Then he brought us to the beach side for dinner. I requested a restaurant that was recommended on tripadvisor but he dropped us in front of a restaurant of his choice and said it's the best and told us to walk in and have a look. But once we entered, there's no turning back. :( The food was expensive and not good.
Anyway, we reached rumah bali and had a smooth check in. We had a room at the back and upper floor with enclosed bathroom. The room looked exactly like the photos. My spouse was very happy. However I found it awkward to shower as the shower head was not any taller than me and the water pressure was weak. Also, we found a stain on the bed linen. But it was late at night and we were tired, so we did not inform the reception straightaway. I informed them the next day and the bed linen was changed.
The next day, we had a great breakfast then we set off for a Bali tour with the driver. He promised to bring us to where we wanted to go, but in the end, it's all according to his 'itinerary'. All the places he brought us (some of them had extra fees) felt like tourist traps. One of the places was an art gallery, for the whole 20-30 minutes we were there, the art gallery worker just kept pestering us to buy a painting. :( it was not a good experience.
Despite all these, we were happy that a breakfast was provided to us early in the morning (530am) before we left for the airport.
Overall, pros: spacious room, great breakfast, good room service, fruits provided in room (but they could change the fruits everyday, we could not finish all the fruits and some of them went bad on the 2nd day)
Cons: stained bed linen, mosquitoes in room, awkward shower, poor water pressure, dark walkways to room at night, the driver recommended to us
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Date of stay: June 2010
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: 2nd floor room, inne bathroom and mosquito nets
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hone41 wrote a review Apr 2022
Drury, New Zealand10 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
SADLY OUR FAVOURITE SANCTUARY IN BALI IS NO MORE.SO MANY WONDERFUL STAFF WHO BECAME GOOD FRIENDS OVER THE YEARS. So many Balinese will be subsisting now as a result of Covid. We should all remember to revisit and help in their recovery. Aren’t us middle class foreigners lucky!
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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MarcoSF wrote a review Feb 2015
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico27 contributions58 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed 5 nights in one of the single villas that circle the common swimming pools. The bedroom was spacious, clean, and comfortable. The bathroom is a separate room, partly exposed to the outside. On the other side of the bedroom is the large fully equipped kitchen, also partly open-air, which would be perfect for longer stays. There is a large jug of fresh water which we used to refill our water bottles - a very thoughtful amenity.
Breakfast was fantastic, cooked to order with a selection of fresh fruit and local foods. We ate in the restaurant which is part of the larger complex designed, successfully, to evoke a Balinese village. That design sets it apart from the large resort hotels on the beach side of the street. It created a sense of place that you won't find in the big hotels.
The common area also includes the kitchen used for the Bumbu Bali Cooking School which offers an all day cooking class that totally exceeded my expectations. Book early!
The B&B staff are very friendly and efficient and genuinely want you to have a good stay.
The lighting in the bedroom and bathroom is dim, and because of proximity to the other villas, we kept the blinds closed .
Overall, it's a great experience and good value.
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Date of stay: January 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The "accessible" villa has a convenient walk-in shower
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast
What are some of the property amenities at Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning.
What food & drink options are available at Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mr. Bob Bar And Grill Tanjung Benoa, Mr. Bob Bar and Grill Nusa Dua, and Ketut's BBQ Kitchen.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast have airport transportation?
Yes, Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Bali Bomb Memorial (6.9 km).
Is Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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