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Ramada Resort Camakila , Bali

8 November 2010 No Comment

Ramada Camakila lobby

Hotel lobby

The Ramada Resort Camakila is located in the proximity of popular tourist hangouts like Kuta and Seminyak. As such, it is of little surprise that our travel agent readily suggested this hotel to our travelling party, given our requirement for a hotel that is not located smack right in the middle of Kuta, but close enough to it. From the first time we arrive, it is obvious that this hotel is indeed popular with holiday makers, Europeans families in particular. The area surrounding it has a decent range of eateries, while access to public beach is available via the hotel’s back entrance. It is good to note that this very beach links all the way from Seminyak (i.e. the beach just outside Ku-de-ta) to Kuta (e.g. in front of Hard Rock Hotel).

Ramada Resort Camakila

Hotel grounds, notice the swimming pool

This resort style hotel is pretty massive, and the hotel ground is well landscaped. There is a large pool in the middle of the hotel grounds, with sun lounges in the vicinity. The rooms are spacious, and seemed like that they had been renovated recently. This is a plus point, considering that parts of the building exterior look in need of extra attention and new coat of paint. One turn-off here is the price, we find the room somewhat overpriced compared to other similar hotels. Otherwise, this is a decent place to stay.

Room view, Ramada Camakila

Room view, Ramada resort Camakila

Travel Info

Taxi trip from Airport (using the airport taxi) cost Rp. 50,000; the journey took around 20 minutes.

Website http://www.ramadaresortcamakila.com

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