Walked through in April. Located in a street that runs parallel to Legian St and joins Jln Patih Jelantik.
Small hotel with parking area at the front & reception to the right Hotel grounds/gardens were unkempt & overgrown with rooms set around the central garden area. Garden area divided by small paths, has seating areas & fish pond.
Pool was empty & undergoing maintenance during our visit.
Some rooms seemed to be occupied. Different types of rooms, basic furnishings & some larger than others. Have fan, airconditioned & suite rooms.
Looked through this hotel recently. Was very impressed that the Manager Nyoman remembered my name from emails months prior. He showed us through rooms that were standard and I think I would describe them as very grandmas porch come mexicana style. Very colourful indeed. Very old but comfortable. Pathways were old and gardens a bit unkempt....but I thought i could stay there if on a strict budget. Rooms for the 3 of us were only 250 000rp. with brekkie. However then i saw the pool.......with a murky yellow patch in the middle. Nyoman said it was the rain that did it and it had not been cleaned that day.....it was late morning.. So I am not convinced that the pool is usually clean......and that was a real bother for me. I like a clean pool. Hubby cracked up when he saw the collection of toilets cemented in and holding the path up Just when i was beginning to think it was way past budget for me......Nyoman showed us the 2 new rooms. 11 and 12. They were very nice and the beds even had plastic on them still. Neutral coloured rooms and nice. They were 350 000 for the 3 of us (cheaper if we stayed long term as many of the residents do i think). So I guess that if I could be sure the pool was clean and the price was right.....I could stay here. I have to say it's not for people new to Bali though....it would be better suited to those who know Bali very well and just wanted friendly staff and a bed to go home too.