Just step off your flight check in and drop into the pool with a cold drink So convienent
Friendly staff. Hotel getting a bit dated. Location of the property is good
Beautiful hotel. Quiet location away from hustle and bustle
The property was pretty. Staff was very pleasant and hospitable
The hotel was situated in an amazing location, right outside the beach. The facilities were great, the staff extremely accommodating and overall it was a great stay!
Staff were great very clean and breakfast was great
Great service, rooms are clean & facilities are new. Location is convenient with restaurants and shopping malls around!
The food, facilities, staff are very friendly and it is near to the shoppi g areas in kuta and kuta beach
Bali’s main air hub, Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) sits 13km south of Denpasar and is also known as Denpasar International Airport. The airport was originally built by the Dutch as an air force base, but today it is a passenger and cargo airport that has been voted as the seventh best in the world in terms of airport service.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) serves over 15 million passengers and handles over 100,000 aircraft per year, with over 40 airlines operating flights from all over the world.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) handles over 60,000 domestic destinations annually from Bandung, Jakarta, Balikpapan, Yogyakarta, Lombok and numerous other destinations throughout Indonesia. It also hosts around 40,000 international flights to destinations like Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Dubai, Sydney, Perth and a wide range of others.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) is the third busiest airport in Indonesia, therefore has numerous facilities for its massive amount of passenger traffic. Both the international and domestic terminals have banks, ATMs, prayer rooms, car hire kiosks and Wi-Fi. There are also a few lounges, with a business lounge with secretarial services being located in the international terminal.
There are restaurants and cafés all over the airport, including in the Festival Plaza that separates the international and domestic terminals. Everything from fast-food chains to sit down restaurants serving typical Balinese cuisine is available, with most places being open from 6:00 until the last flight. There are also plenty coffee shops, including Starbucks and Black Canyon Coffee, as well as a few places to sit and have a drink before a flight.