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We were so lucky finding this resort when we had holiday in Amed. The view was so so beautiful from our villa (superior room), but it is even better from its infinity pool. The price is very affordable but we got a very nice and...More
Bedulu resort is just 15 minutes walk from sunset point herr in amed. Up the hill from jemeluk bay. There is cemetary in front off the property, you can down for snorkeling through there which is good and ao many big fish. They have infinity...More
We had a reservation, we arrived after 10pm, there was only one person, sleeping, that didn't speak english there to tell us they gave our room to someone else! We had to walk with all our bags, after a long trip to find another hotel!...More
What a wonderful place! We stayed for one week and we wished we could have stayed longer. The family who takes care of you at Bedulu are caring people who give you a real look into Balinese culture.
This place would be tons of fun...More
My boyfriend and I originally planned to spend one night at Bedulu but ended up booking on for another night because it was so amazing! We stayed in a room right above the beautiful infinity pool and it was spectacular. They were ready for us...More
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USD 23 - USD 48 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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hi rossi, the stairs at bedulu little bit overwhelming. i stay at bedulu twice and there is no acces to the top of the room that you can accesed with car. its better you book another room near the restaurant wich is standard... More
hi rossi, the stairs at bedulu little bit overwhelming. i stay at bedulu twice and there is no acces to the top of the room that you can accesed with car. its better you book another room near the restaurant wich is standard room but nice, clean, and have a great view also.
It's about 10-15 minutes walk around a headland and down to a village which has 2-3 restaurants. There is also the best snorkelling here- better than the Japanese shipwreck. The resort itself has quite a decent restaurant... More
It's about 10-15 minutes walk around a headland and down to a village which has 2-3 restaurants. There is also the best snorkelling here- better than the Japanese shipwreck. The resort itself has quite a decent restaurant perched up high with great views. Or drive to the next village. Cafes are dotted all along the Amed coast now. The main place of interest is the sea itself. The view and what's underneath. Not great beaches compared to Melbourne. Black sand. But the fishing boats are very colourful. Mt Agung looks fantastic in the distance.
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"Book the Family Room (even though you come with just 2 persons). Slightly bigger and updated. Ocean view and..."