Kejora is a beautiful, adults only, boutique hotel based in the centre of Sanur, only a 30 minute transfer from the airport and with easy access to the beach and local shops and restaurants. We stayed here for two nights during our recent stay. The hotel is part of a complex which includes some privately owned villas and is beautifully designed in traditional Balinese style with some lovely art work. The hotel’s rooms are on two floors based around a central courtyard with beautiful lush gardens and a small infinity style salt water swimming pool. Our room on the first floor overlooked the pool, was very clean, well appointed with great air con and complimentary water, well maintained and had a small outside balcony with a day bed. All of the staff were amazing and were super friendly and helpful. The hotel is located on the main road but once inside you are transformed into a little oasis of calm and tranquility. The hotel was running at 50% occupancy whilst we were there but it felt as though we were the only guests! The beach is easily accessed by a 5 minute walk down a small private road from which the tastefully designed and appointed luxury private villas can be accessed. There are toilets just before the door which opens onto the sidewalk by the beach and beach towels are available from the security guard. The hotel has its own dedicated section of the beach with beds which are clearly signed as reserved for its guests and the villa owners. We were the only hotel residents using the beach on the day we were there and we were really well looked after by an engaging and very amusing security guard, Bawa, who spent time chatting to us about Sanur and Bali, helped stop the hawkers from pestering us too much and managed to source us a fruit seller that had dragon fruit! Overall this is a great hotel, which offering a peaceful, calm and tranquil oasis, excellent levels of customer service and is a perfect location for the beach and exploring the surrounding area.…
This is our "go to" place in Sanur. Very friendly easy going staff, great super clean room and the best location in Sanur. Private access to the beach and private loungers are on the beach are a great bonus. Loved our stay once again.
We have just stayed at Kejora again and as always everything was perfect. We are also in the hotel business so are probably more detailed focus than others. The staff are amazing, the rooms are always super clean and well maintained. The hotel is perfect for couples and/or people wanting peace and quiet as it is adults only. The location is second to none, close to the beach and the cafes in the street. We will be back. Thanks again team Kejora
We really thought this hotel was lovely. It’s so peaceful and the food and drinks from the affiliated cafe next door was fab. We had breakfast and ordered lunch from there every day. We found Sanur to be a busy and bustling town but this hotel is a well-maintained, beautifully furnished, calm oasis in the midst of it. We ate dinner every night at Soul on the a Beach, which is just a stone’s throw away from the hotel, and is awesome!
Great service from check in to check out. Clean massive rooms with a large shared pool which was great after a day out. Shared library which had book swap which was so much fun. Breakfast at cafe next door was close to the best we have had in Bali - especially the coffee and such good service. Recommend highly for 1 night or 1 week in Sanur.
Stayed 6 nights inKejora. upstairs room. Nice, clean and Nice balcony. Breakfast at the Glasshouse, always good. Nice saltwater pool. Friendly staff and turndownservice in the evening. We love this place
Spent a couple of nites here last week and we found Kejora to be relaxing and peaceful. Set in a good location on the Main Street it’s within walking distance to good restaurants , shops and money changers plus there is is easy access to the beach through the villas. Rooms are spacious, staff are friendly...enjoyed it very much.
My husband and I spent a couple of nights here when we first arrived in Bali as we did last time we came and were very happy. From the welcoming drink when we arrived to the note from the manager welcoming us back, all were lovely touches. The room is quite big enough with the seating area also and the bed is very comfortable. I love the outsdie bathroom with the statue shower also. I do agree with other rravellers that it is very annoying to find that someone has taken the time to get up super eaarly and put towels on the loungers outside your bedroom, as you have paid extra for the pool room and now cannot sit there and hope that the management might think of differing coloured towels for those in the upper area. just a possbility. I do think that if we had stayed longer this would have rankled more. The property is lovley and quiet yet just off the street in order to plunge into life when you wish, and there are quite a few good places to eat. Of course one of them is the Glass House where we had breakfast. It may be me but I thought the menu was larger last time, mght be low season we found this a lot, however still good and with friendly service. It is a very short walk to the beach and when we were there it was very quiet and tranquil. Thank you for a lovely stay and look forward to seeing you again when we return to Sanur.…
Currently staying at the Kejora Suites with just me and my mum. We arrived late at night and were greeted with a cool towel and drink and were quickly checked in. The concierge noted to us that we didn’t ask for twin or king rooms, so we have just automatically been assigned a king bed. we could’ve sworn mum emailed asking for twins but was tired so we wanted sleep. (After checking now a couple days later, we did infact email a month ago asking for twin beds) As we are about to head to our room he says we’re on the second floor, yep that’s fine with us because we didn’t book the premium pool access room ground floor. But then we see the two boys carrying our cases up to flights of stairs.. where is the lift? We wonder. Maybe other side of the hallway? Either way we go to bed cause we’re tired. Next morning we check and realize, there is no lift. Only the cement stairs to the second floor. My mum has back and knee issues and can’t do too much walking and stairs but she says she will give it a go for a day because she doesn’t like complaining. After one day, mum can barely walk. We’ve just spoken to reception and he says that it does say on booking that the room is “upstairs”... to us that doesn’t specify it’s not wheelchair friendly/injury friendly, that just means it’s got more then one level to it!! Anyway, after speaking with reception for a bit he says a floor downstairs is available but we need to pay to upgrade. I’m not content on paying for an upgrade as we budgeted for the basic room but didn’t know we couldn’t access it easily for mum as it wasn’t stated. I said we would happily cancel and head somewhere else for the rest of our trip but he said it’s non refundable. After more discussion manager was happy to move us to the ground floor. Was great we came to a compromise and they were able to help us out but they should really really put on their website, and on booking.com Expedia etc that budget rooms are accessible by stairs ONLY. New room is apparently meant to be bigger but seems same size, but the door to the pool is a nice touch. Breakfast- glasshouse next door. Choose off a menu with some great choices. Been delicious can’t fault it. Pool- warm but refreshing all day. Ring the doorbell on the tree for service. Would be much nicer if there was some ambient music or something playing softly.. it’s very very quiet. Which is good, but you can hear everyone doing everything around you 😂 The pool chairs are really really uncomfortable. They definitely need an upgrade, they creak and the bars underneath dig into your back and bum. Definitely not suitable for all day pool lounging, they need cushioning. People also place their towels on chairs at 6:30 am then don’t come back Until hours and hours later. Irritating, I just move the towels after a while. Internet- is terrible. Drops in and out and you have to switch between connections constantly to get it to work. Room- great aircon, haven’t bought anything from minibar but the fridge in your room is exceptionally cold, bed is firm but comfy, couch in room may aswell not be there as it is so uncomfortable. Curtains block out all sun. Rooms not very soundproof. Can hear neighbors talking. The safe in room is stable and good. Nice wardrobe with robe and slippers, balcony has two chairs and table too. Their is so many light switches... once you work them out you need all lights on as the room is quite dark 😂 coffee pod machine in room too which is good for coffee drinkers. Bathroom- nice shower with large rain shower overhead and handheld one, glass doors. Plenty of towels. Nice soaps. Plenty hot water (be careful- the pipe behind the tap in shower gets EXTREMELY hot- like, scolding.) Staff- all say good morning and quite accommodating, not the best I’ve had in Bali (don’t get to know you or where your from etc) but are definitely nice enough. Menu- menu for glasshouse room service pool service etc are reasonable prices for a bali hotel! Beach- there’s a short walk pathway to the beach, will be checking that out later. Bank and atm across the road which is handy. Going to try the laundry across the road today as it costs too much in the hotel. Glad they sorted the room for myself and mum otherwise there would’ve been some issues with us leaving and not getting money back. Overall, the boutique hotel is beautiful with trees around the pool, but it looks a lot smaller then it does in photos, and not much of a vibe or ambience here. …
The hotel is good, and the rooms are comfortable. The swimming pool is pleasant. The negative point is that most guests block the sun loungers along with the pool in the morning by placing their bath towel there. This means that there is no longer the possibility of settling along with the swimming pool for the rest of the day. The internet connection is not at all reliable. Even in the lobby, there is no consistency. For a hotel of this quality, it is a shame. Compared to other hotels where we stayed while visiting Bali, it is the least welcoming place.