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Ramada Resort Camakila

Location: Legian Beach
Rating: 4 Stars

 

The Ramada Resort Camakila:
Situated right on the beach at Legian amongst beautifully landscaped gardens, Ramada Resort Camakila offers a lush tranquil setting and unspoilt views of the famous Bali sunsets. Conveniently located, the resort is just 10 minutes from the shopping and entertainment precincts of Kuta and Seminyak. From Ramada Resort Camakila you can enjoy a leisurely walk to Kuta and wander through the street stalls, shops and markets or head out after dark and enjoy dinner and drinks at one of the many restaurants, bars and cafes. If you are after a more relaxed setting, ‘Eat Street’ in Seminyak is the perfect place for you! There are many restaurants to choose from, or head down to Potato Head on Seminyak Beach, where you can relax with a drink and enjoy the setting sun.

Location:
Just 25 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Aiport and close to all of Bali’s best attractions, it’s easy to see why Ramada Resort Camakila is fast becoming one of the more popular accommodation choices for Bali holidays.  Situated right on the beach at Legian amongst beautifully landscaped gardens, Ramada Resort Camakila offers a lush tranquil setting and unspoilt views of the famous Bali sunsets.

Hotel Facilities:
Facilities at Ramada Resort Camakila include the beautifully landscaped lagoon pool, 2 restaurants and bars, a day spa, gym, beauty salon, shops, room service and a child minding service. Overlooking the Indian Ocean are TAO Beach House & TAO Rooftop Bar. Enjoy tempting Thai and International Cuisines while watching the sun set over the beach. Azaa Restaurant overlooks the swimming pool and also serves international and western a la carte cuisine. Guests at Ramada Resort Camakila can indulge in some ‘me time’ and experience signature spa treatments in a beautiful Balinese setting at Salila Spa. Choose from massages, body scrubs, facials, pedicures and manicures. Salila Spa is open daily and features a health centre with gymnasium and sauna.

Rooms:
Ramada Resort Camakila features 119 rooms and suites, all rooms are spacious, well-appointed and feature their own private balcony with stunning views of the gardens or lagoon pool. Other in room amenities include air-conditioning, internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and satellite TV.

Deluxe Room: Located on 4 floors, all rooms overlook either the hotel’s pool or the lush gardens. Room size 36m². Bedding is 1 King Bed OR 2 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 3 Adults & Children.

Deluxe Room + 2nd Room for Families: 2 Rooms. Located on 4 floors, all rooms overlook either the hotel’s pool or the lush gardens. Bedding is 2 King Beds OR 1 King Bed + 2 Single Beds OR 4 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults & 3 Children.

Deluxe Pool Access: Located on the ground floor with private terrace. Room size is 36m². Bedding is 1 King Bed OR 2 Single Beds. Maximum Room Capacity is 3 Adults & Children. From 1 April 2016 this room type will be known as the Deluxe Pool Side.

Daladala Suite: Featuring a separate bedroom and living room, private balcony with lagoon pool view or lush tropical garden. Room size is 50m². Bedding is 1 King Bed OR 2 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 3 Adults & Children.

 

Salila Spa:
Open daily from 9.00am – 9.00pm, the spa with health centre, gymnasium and sauna offers a nurturing and personalised spa experience in tranquil treatment rooms with traditional Balinese influences. Signature Indonesian treatments and the finest natural products combine to provide a unique and indulgent service.

 

Dining:
The Kila Lounge: Enjoy sunset cocktails & aperitif drinks whilst soaking in the panoramic views of the hotel from the lobby bar. Open daily from 9.00am – 11.00pm.
Azaa Restaurant & Lagoon Bar: Overlooking the stunning swimming pool, Azaa Restaurant & Bar offers international and western a la carte cuisine. Poolside snacks & cocktails are also available. Open daily for breakfast, lunch & dinner from 6.30am -10.30pm.
TAO Beach House: Overlooks the ocean and features fiery authentic cuisines across South East Asia including Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Japanese with funky cocktails & martinis to match. Open daily from 10.00am – 11.00pm.
TAO Rooftop Bar Lounge: Enjoy the sunset in TAO Rooftop Bar, with cocktails and a tempting tapas menu. Open daily from 6.00pm – 11.00pm.

 

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Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

12:00

Facilities

  • 24 Hours reception
  • Air Condition
  • Bar
  • Beauty salon
  • Car rental
  • Catering service
  • Children facilities
  • Fitness center
  • Free WiFi / Internet
  • In room: Free toiletries
  • In room: Hairdryer
  • In room: IDD Telephone
  • In Room: Kitchenette
  • In room: Minibar
  • In room: Safety Deposit Box
  • In room: TV
  • Laundry service
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor pool
  • Private bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Seating area
  • SPA
  • Sun chairs
  • Tour desk
  • Wake up service
  • Water sports
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Legian

Legian

Legian

Legian is a beachfront town in South Bali, located north of Kuta and south of Seminyak. Stretching north from Kuta, Legian offers the same easy access to shops and bars but a slightly more relaxed and less chaotic feeling. It is a low-key area where you can still get the low prices of Kuta without some of the hassle. The northern area of Legian bordering Seminyak offers a bit of an escape from the crowds and is also a popular surf beach.   Legian Beach is probably the second most popular area with visitors after Kuta because of its close association with beach life and its parties. Indeed, one of Legian’s main attractions is its extravagant nightlife. Another attraction is the white sandy beach filled with tanned wannabe celebrities.

This is a small area fronting the beach which stretches from Jalan Melasti (where Kuta ends on a map. Note Legian, Seminyak are actually subdivisions of Kuta), north to Jalan Arjuna (better known as Jalan Double Six) where Seminyak begins. Most of the popular Legian hotels are on or close to the beach. The whole of Legian is no bigger than a few blocks in a large city, but despite its small size, this area has a very high profile with visitors due to the lovely beach frontage, and proliferation of mid-market hotels.
The most popular stretch of Legian Beach is at the bottom of Jalan Padma, and is sometimes called Padma Beach. It is more relaxed than Kuta, has a better and less crowded surf break, and is home to many nice vendors selling beers under umbrellas.

There is a long north-south road between the beachfront hotels and the beach, which is only open for authorised vehicles when there is a ceremony being held. Otherwise it is a well paved footpath, and makes for an excellent walking route, allowing users an easy beach-side stroll along to restaurants, bars and nightclubs on Double Six Beach.
The main road is Jalan Legian which can get very jammed indeed. All roads to the beach run westwards, more or less perpendicular to Jalan Legian.

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Attractions

AttractionsThings to see:

Aside from the obvious (the gorgeous beach!), there is not a great deal to see in Legian. It is a place where visitors stay, shop, eat, drink and go to the beach. Legian Beach is one of the best in Bali for viewing the sunset.

Legian comprises several shopping streets lined with local boutiques and notable art markets. Among them is Jalan Mertanadi and Jalan Melasti, the former featuring a large art market which features almost everything from knock-off brand sunglasses to the popular Bintang beer shirts and singlets. There are also unique handicraft items and knick-knacks that serve as great souvenirs for the folks back home, and it’s convenient as you don’t need to travel far to the other central Bali art markets that have become shopping destinations.

For the real attractions of Bali you should book a sightseeing tour. Please find our tours at the tours section in the mrnu above.

Things to do:

Things to do:Things to do:

One of the most popular haunts for partygoers, long since the Double Six Club and the AJ Hackett Bungy site evolved into a five-star resort complex, occasional rave beach parties with famous DJs and live bands continue to entertain at the many existing venues such as the Cocoon Beach Club and Bahiana.

The Rip Curl School of Surf is Asia's leading board riding school. One of the leading surf brands, Rip Curl set up a base for its surf school in Legian in 1998. It has an international reputation for offering the finest services, facilities and consistently perfect learning conditions. The school offers courses at all levels in surfing, wakeboarding, kite surfing, windsurfing, tow-in and stand-up paddle board. Legian’s waves are not as crowded as Kuta in the south and provide you with slightly better conditions for learning.

Treat yourself with one of Bali’s legendary massages - Take out an entire day where you will be treated like royalty or end the day with a quick 45 minute massage. No matter what you choose, you will most certainly feel like a new person once you are done. Arround Legian are many spas and massage shops.

Shop ‘til you drop - Legian is a shoppers mecca, so be sure to set some time aside for shopping. Everywhere around Legian you are likely to stumble across small galleries and boutiques selling jewelry, clothes, and home decor. Hardcore shoppers should head to the area around Jalan Laksmana where you’ll find the highest concentration of shops.

Restaurants

Some good restaurants:

Gosha Bar and Restaurant, Jl Melasti 7 - A huge, cavernous restaurant. The ambience and set up is not great, but the food is very reliable and this is a popular eatery with Australian visitors especially. Been around since 1985. Broad menu offering seafood, western and Indonesian dishes.

Lemongrass Thai Restaurant, Jl Melasti, Legian. - Very good Thai Food restaurant. Dine in or takeaway Thai food.

Zanzibar, Jl Pantai Arjuna - A well-established restaurant with excellent Italian cuisine and especially good pasta dishes. Right on Blue Ocean beach. A great spot to watch all the action whilst enjoying a quality meal.

Jaya Pub, Jl Legian - This live music bar has been around forever and gives a distinct impression of being stuck in a timewarp. Still, the bands are fun and beer is cheap.

Ketupat, Jl Dewi Sri, Legian. - The second branch of this top notch Indonesian restaurant. Similar to the long-established Kuta venue, decked out in a traditional Javanese style and with the same menu. High quality tastes of Indonesia.


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