- Central Kuta; restaurants, bars, attractions, and the beach a 10-minute walk away
- Spacious rooms with Balinese accents, balconies or patios, and modern bathrooms
- Lovely outdoor pool and kids pool surrounded by trees and flowers
- International and authentic Balinese dishes plus cocktails at Nasi Bali Restaurant
- American breakfast with fruit, cereal, eggs, pancakes included with bookings
- Yoga and cooking classes available on-site
- Free Wi-Fi throughout
- Free scheduled beach shuttle
- Some rooms prone to exterior noise and show wear and tear
- Spa services only available at Adi Dharma Hotel, a five-minute walk from the cottages
- No elevators
- Fee for airport transportation
The 37-room mid-range Adi Dharma Cottages has gorgeously landscaped grounds and traditional Balinese architecture throughout -- all within a that’s a 10-minute walk from Kuta's restaurants, the beach, attractions, and bars. Large, simple rooms with Balinese accents have air-conditioning and free WI-Fi, and all feature balconies or terraces with seating (some with lovely garden and/or pool views). Exterior and traffic noise can be an issue, though, and some rooms show wear and tear. The outdoor pool with a kids area is a major plus here, as is the free, expansive breakfast. The on-site restaurant/bar also receives good reviews and there is a free scheduled beach shuttle. Guests looking to stay adjacent to the beach may want to try the Maharani Beach Hotel, though rates can be a bit higher and features like Wi-Fi are not free.
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Adi Dharma Cottages
A tropical, open-air hotel with traditional Balinese architecture and a marvelous garden
This traditional Balinese architecture throughout this property -- composed of low-slung brick and concrete buildings -- has a simultaneously homey and exotic vibe. Statues, carvings, and tropical flowers adorn the orange entrance, and guests receive welcome drinks in the open-air lobby, which has light tiles throughout and high ceilings. It's a breezy and comfortable space, with wood furniture with green cushions for seating. The Nasi Bali Restaurant, another open-air venue, has soft gray chairs alongside contemporary, dark wood tables under a traditional, peaked Balinese wood ceiling. Black countertops cover the bar area, which also has a flat-screen TV. A beautiful tropical garden that's filled with trees and flowers surrounds the hotel and the pool, which draws many guests -- primarily couples and families on holiday -- back year after year.
Central, but traffic-clogged area -- many sights and beach within a 10-minute walk
The Adi Dharma Cottages are located right on Legian Road, a busy street with constant traffic jams that runs through Kuta. This is a crowded area of town and several of the hotels in the area have loud nightclubs that stay open very late. Restaurants, bars, spas, shops, and the Kendra Gallery are a five-minute walk form the hotel. The Bali Blast Monument is a five-minute walk from the hotel while the Beachwalk Shopping Center and Kuta Beach are within a 10-minute walk. Seminyak Beach can take over 20 minutes to reach depending on traffic. The Kuta Square shopping area is a 10-minute drive from the hotel, while Waterbom Park and the Discovery Shopping Mall can take 10 to 15 minutes to reach by car. Ngurah Rai International Airport and Lippo Mall are a 15-minute drive.
Simple rooms with Balinese accents and balconies or terraces, some with garden views
The air-conditioned guest rooms at the hotel are spacious and simple, with a few Balinese accents throughout, including traditional artwork, and contemporary teak-toned furniture with window-side bench seating. Walls are white and floors are white tiled, which can feel austere or breezy depending on guests' perspectives. Green striped bed runners add color while free bottled water and coffeemakers reside on wood desks. Minibars are tucked inside cabinets with 32-inch flat-screen TVs on top. All rooms have safes and free Wi-Fi as well as furnished balconies or terraces -- some with beautiful garden or pool views. Modern bathrooms are plain, with tan tile from floor to ceiling, in addition to black granite countertops with contemporary bowl sinks and toiletries. Superior bathrooms are narrow, while Deluxe bathrooms are much larger, though some bathrooms only feature stand-up showers. Some rooms suffer from exterior noise due to traffic and neighboring nightclubs, and furniture shows a good deal of wear and tear.
Delightful outdoor pool plus on-site restaurant/bar and free beach shuttle
Aqua tile and a rock waterfall decorate the outdoor pool, which is surrounded by towering palm trees and flowers. A small, shallow kids pool is attached, and blue padded lounge chairs are set about the surrounding terrace, which also includes a pagoda with a low table and pillows for seating. International and traditional Balinese dishes plus beer and tropical cocktails are served at Nasi Bali Restaurant, as is the included American breakfast with pancakes, eggs, cereal, fruit, as well as noodle dishes. Room service is also available. Massages, aromatherapy treatments, facials, and body treatments are offered at the full-service Dirga Sauca Spa, located at the hotel's sister property, the Adi Dharma Hotel (a five-minute walk west of the Adi Dharma Cottages). Yoga and cooking classes are available on-site, and the hotel offers a free scheduled beach shuttle. However, there is no business center and airport transportation costs extra. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel and there is a tour desk on hand to book excursions and car services. Laundry and dry cleaning can also be arranged and babysitting services are available for a fee.
Balcony / Terrace / Patio
Mini Bar (with liquor)
Poolside Drink Service
Rental Car Service Desk Onsite
Smoking Rooms Available
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