AddressJalan Danau Tamblingan no 128 / 150 SanurSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Breakfast Included
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency Exchange
- Free Internet Access
- Free Parking
- Luggage Storage
- Swimming Pool
- Wheelchair Accessible
Description provided by property
Swastika Bungalows is a family owned hotel situated in the heart of Sanur close to the main shopping areas, supermarket and a five minutes walk to the beach. It is renowned for its friendly staff, relaxed atmosphere and all units are set in rich tropical gardens.
There are two swimming pools each with a kiddies pool. Continental breakfast is included in your tariff and is served in the coffee lounge and two days of the week a full buffet breakfast is provided, both air-conditioned and fan cooled rooms are spacious and simply furnished. Extra beds for children are available and rooms are available with connecting doors. Bonus free nights are often available when staying in air conditioned rooms during specific seasons.
We offer 10 Superior rooms, 45 Standard rooms air conditioned and 24 fan cooled rooms. Each room has its own veranda and bathroom, with bath, shower, hot & cold water. Some rooms have international phone and a free safety deposit facility is available. Call in at the front office to change your currency or post letters. Rental cars or minibuses can be arranged for tours about the island, staff are always ready with information that will enhance your stay and your Bali experience
Facilities: Restaurant & Bar, 2 Swimming Pools, Room service, Safety deposit box, Laundry & Dry cleaning, Hair dryer on request, Facsimile, Doctor on call, Traditional massage, Tours, Taxi service, Refrigerator on request (small charge), Credit cards accepted - Visa, Master Card, American Express
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