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We stayed here for 4 nights found the staff to be friendly and helpful. The room was clean and spacious with mosquito nets. They put in an extra bed for us since There were 3 of us. Bathroom clean and roomy.
The pool area was...More
The location of the Prima Cottages is in a quiet street away from the noise and traffic of the main road. The place was a lot bigger than we expected and that is not a negative. The pool was refreshing before an adequate breakfast. The...More
The location is in a quiet street away from the noise and traffic of the main road, which is a big plus for us. Staying for one night, we were impressed by the recently renovated rooms and decor. Interestingly, the lobby and pool area had...More
Great rooms, brilliant service and very friendly staff. Pool was beautiiful ad the food very good. It's about a 10min walk to the beach and two mins from sanur's main street with bars and restaurants. There was some construction work going on nearby.
I agree with the positive comments of other reviewers: quiet, clean, excellent value.
They have three types of rooms, we had a chance to stay in all three, so here's a comparison:
"backpacker room" - not even available for online reservation, $25 per night, with...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."