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The Jayakarta Bali Beach Resort Residence & Spa4 Stars
Jalan Werkudara Legian Bali 80032
Located at easy access from Bali International Airport, Resort is just 25 minutes drive from Denpasar. Visitors can enjoy the Waterbom Park And Spa that offers water activities. Pura Masopahit is located 8 kilometres from this resort.
The 350 accommodation units of this resort include executive suites, junior suite and penthouses, which has private balcony facing garden or the sea. Coffee maker, mini bar and telephone are seen in every room.
Jayakarta Beach Resort in Bali offers 3 restaurants and 2 bars that serve regional and international cuisines. Nice view of the sea and garden can also be enjoyed from here.
Guests of Jayakarta Beach Resort & Spa Bali can involve in a variety of indoor activities such as getting a massage at the spa, a dip in the swimming pool or fitness workout. They can take a break to explore Museum Negeri Propinsi and Pura Jagatnatha, a must-watch in Bali.
- Banquet Facilities
- Child Care
- Doctor On Call
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Lift / Elevator
- Room Service
- Shopping Arcade
- Tennis Court
- Bar / Lounge
- Children's Playground
- Conference Facilities
- Faxing Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Parking Facilities
- Safe Deposit Box
- Spa / Wellness Centre
- Tour Desk
- Business Centre
- Children's Swimming Pool
- Currency Exchange Services
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Laundry Services
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Mini Bar
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Bathroom Amenities
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
The Jayakarta Bali Beach Resort Residence & Spa Guest Reviews (35)
Positives: Friendly staff, clean room, good food, nice pools and room service.Breakfast was excellent. Negatives: I got an electric shock from one of the bedside lamps, fridge was leaking upon my arrival, no safety deposite box in rooms, WiFi reception not very good expecially in the rooms (this is more of a nessesity rather than a luxury if you want to get visitors to come back. As I used to live in Indonesia I have many local friends there. They would not let them come into the hotel to visit me and treated my friends like they were "money boys" - yes they were all gay but NOT money boys. Given the treatment of my friends (Which I thought was very racist as my white friends were not treated like this) and the issue of the safety deposit box, I will not be staying here again
deathadder wrote on December 20, 2012
Having enjoyed a stay there a few years back, I was looking forward my return to the Jayakarta. The location is great, and the grounds as beautiful as always. It was all good until I saw the state of disrepair my room was in. The curtains were stained and had holes in them, there was mould all over the bathroom with cracked tiles and bathtub. The walls had marks and cracks and the chair/ottoman was covered in stains. You are greeted with a notice about not staining their towels, with associated costs of replacing each towel item - this is very odd considering just placing the bath mat on the floor caused it to be filthy, as the bathroom floor had obviously not been cleaned in some time. Just walking around the room without shoes on caused the soles of my feet to turn black. The kettle was stained, as too the cups and saucers. There was a warning on the balcony door not to touch the railing on the balcony - with good reason... the balcony railing was not fixed to the wall and very shaky (not a great thing if you have small children). There were two chairs on the balcony, one had a crack through the seat, and the other a broken leg. So much for a day lazing on the balcony! The pool areas and grounds are beautiful, however even at low season, it was impossible to get a deck chair. There were quite obviously people who had placed a towel and a book on a chair, left for the day and returned to their 'reserved' deck chair... something the hotel staff did not police. Unlike other hotels, there was no wrist-band system to ensure only guests used the pools, and people were just walking in off the street and using the facilities, adding to the congestion. Unlike almost every hotel and restaurant in the area, there was no wi-fi/ internet facilities in the rooms, a walk to the restaurant was required if you needed to send an email. The only good point about the place in my eyes is the location. If you were a first time traveller with no expectations, perhaps it would be acceptable. Seasoned travellers will be astonished at the run-down state of the rooms. Most of Bali has gone 'up-market' in recent times, the Jayakarta certainly has a 'down-market' feel to it. In my opinion, you can certainly do better for the price A shame, it was once a great resort to stay in – time to renovate Jayakarta!
Aussieman wrote on August 8, 2012
Our second stay at the Jayakarta. Our room overlooked the pool and was very clean and tidy. We had excellent service and the resort in close to shops. Another enjoyable stay at the Jayakarta. Great pools and eating facilities. Everything you would want in a beach front resort.
Roger Hillman wrote on January 4, 2011
This was our first stay at Jayakarta Beach Resort and though the location was great so were the staff they were very friendly and helpfull only thing was it was very expensive to eat and drink more than a 5 star hotel.
Bernadette Sheehan wrote on June 20, 2010
Highly recommended, stunning pools and great location. Will definitely book here again.
Anonymous wrote on May 21, 2010
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