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We just spent a week travelling up through Tulamben, Lovina. Pemuteran and Bayuwangi. All our hotels and or homestays were $27-$40. We paid $40 here and in comparison to the others was the least attractive. . I understand its all about location - so $40...More
two words- canopy bed! this little cottage was super nice! there are four on the small property but theyre each set apart perfectly. i love having the privacy of a villa or cottage but often theyre so far out or away from the restaurant and...More
We stayed there one night and were very positively surprised by the value for money. It is a lovely little place with very friendly and helpful staff. We were allowed to stay at the pool after check-out to wait for our airport transfer, which was...More
My partner and I stayed here as a one night stop over before and after our travels around Bali. The staff were lovely and very helpful, assisting us to organise transfers to Ubud and Nusa Lembongan.
Our first night we accidentally booked a room with...More
The hotel annex cottages is situatie at a compound off the bizzy mainstreet of Sanur.
It is a quiet little Place and ideale situaties for those who prefer a cottage instead of a hotel room, though both are available. The garden was well kent en...More
When we visited Bali and stayed at the Prima Cottage, we simply took a taxi from the airport to the hotel. Simply be sure to have the address written down to help the driver find it. The cost of the taxi is preset at... More
When we visited Bali and stayed at the Prima Cottage, we simply took a taxi from the airport to the hotel. Simply be sure to have the address written down to help the driver find it. The cost of the taxi is preset at the airport taxi counter. There are also a lot of freelance drivers who will provide transportation for a slightly lower price.
I had made sure that I had enough cash in local currency to pay for the trip when I arrived. It is recommended to have "small" bills on hand : a few 10,000's for example (equivalent to US$1.00) as well as 50 and 100 000 (the largest bill - US$10).
When going east (to Sanur or Ubud, for example), the driver may ask whether you want to take the toll road ("jalan toll"). I'd say yes! The driver will expect you to give him the 10 000 Rp amount of the toll when he gets to the toll booth. This will save you at least 10 minutes on the trip, and double that if you arrive in late afternoon like we did. If the driver does not ask, then I'd make the suggestion myself.
For the return trip, Prima Cottage arranged for a driver, but we could also have easily found a taxi.
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"accesible to the main street in sanur. a great place if you have great patience."