Bali Cliff Resort

Jl. Purah Batu Pageh, Ungasan, Denpasar, Bali, 80361, Indonesia

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    Bali Cliff Resort "GONE"

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    So sad to find out the Bali Cliff Resort has been demolished, there is nothing left of it. The bare ground is now for sale. I have stayed at the Bali Cliff several times over the years. Suharto had a large villa on the property and stayed there when he was in Bali. Since he was out of power the money to keep the property dried up and the hotel sadly went out of business. Closed several years ago and now torn down, I will remember all of the wonderful times I had staying there, so sad it's gone. I'll miss all of the wonderful employess I had the pleasure of knowing there.

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    Faded Glory

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    We stayed in Bali in November of 2002. We stayed six nights at the Bali Hilton and two nights at the Bali Cliff hotel.

    Since we were in Bali shortly after the terrorist bombing in Kuta, there weren't a lot of people at the hotel, but all the tourist we saw were Japanese.

    The Bali Cliff shows signs of age. There were repairs that just hadn't been made. We found loose stones around it's magnificent reflection pool. The rooms were standard in size, and ours had cigarette burn in the couch in the room and on the carpet. As you came into the room to the right was a small bathroom. The bathroom was about 8 feet by 8 feet in size. It had a bathtub with a built in shower, a single sink with perhaps 10 inches of counter on each side.

    The bedroom had a king size bed and a couch and chair by the patio door. There wasn't a lot of extra room but it was clean.

    The good. The location of the Bali Cliff is somewhat isolated, but it is on the cliffs south of Nusa Dua and has a wonderful breeze blowing much of the time. The grounds are gorgeous and the views terrific. You also get a wonderful sound of the ocean as you sit by the pool.

    The bad. The gardens seem to attract insects (mainly mosquitoes) and there were a constant problem.

    The Ugly. There are wild monkeys that come around each day to eat the offerings the Balinese leave at their shrines at the hotel.

    The Bali Cliff is a mixed bag. It's relatively reasonable in cost (we paid $92 per night including 21% tax and service and breakfast for two), has beautiful grounds, and is relaxing. However, it is showing its age, has a lot of insects, and is relatively remote.

    Unique Quality: When you first drive up to the Bali Cliff you are met with two enormous stone structures that bookcase the road going in. As you drive in you are treated to beautiful grounds with flowering trees and small stone statues. There is a large pond off to the right that is filled with water blossoms.

    There is a small fountain area in front of the hotel.

More about Bali Cliff Resort

Taxi Rates from the Airport

by balisunshine

These are the current rates for Taxis from the airport:

Tuban 20,000 Rp
Kuta Centre 25,000 Rp
Legian 30,000 Rp
Seminyak 35,000 Rp
Kerobokan 40,000 Rp
Denpasar I 40,000 Rp
Depensar II 45,000 Rp
Depensar III 50,000 Rp
Ubung Stasiun 55,000 Rp
Sanur 55,000 Rp
Nusa Dua 55,000 Rp
Jimbaran I 25,000 Rp
Jimbaran II 40,000 Rp
Jimbaran III 55,000 Rp
Amanusa/
Benoa 60,000 Rp
Bali Cliff/
Nikko Bali 65,000 Rp
Pecatu 70,000Rp
Uluwatu 80,000 Rp
Batu Balan 65,000 Rp
Canggu 80,000 Rp
Uud 115,000 Rp
Tanah Lot 115,000 Rp
Candi Dasa 199,000 Rp

Taxi Rates from Peti Tenget to other areas

by balisunshine

These are the official Taxi Rates from Ku De Ta, La Lucciola,
the Living Room, Hu’u, etc.

Gado Gado Street
(Jl. Dyana Pura) 15,000 Rp

Rum Jungla Street
(Jalan Pura Bagus) 20,000 Rp

Melasti Padma
(Jl. Melasti) 20,000 Rp

Kuta/Bemo Corner
(Jl. Legian) 25,000 Rp

Kartika Plaza St.
(Jl. Kartika Plaza) 30,000 Rp

Airport/Tuban Area 40,000 Rp

Canggu Area 30,000 Rp

Sanur Area 40,000 Rp

Jimbaran Area 40,000 Rp

Ritz Carlton 50,000 Rp

Nusa Dua Area 50,000 Rp

Tanjung Bonoa 60,000 Rp

Bali Cliff/Nikko 60,000 Rp

Le Meridean/
Tanah Lot 60,000 Rp

Prices are for up to 4 people.

Our Trip to Bali

by kissgurami

"Uluwatu Temple Gathering"

Very lovely scene of harmony whith everyone dressed up and having a good time!

"Lovina - Trip to Dolphin Watching"

Check out the boat n the sand.

"Puri Bambu Pool"

"Holy Offerings At Tanah Lot"

"Bali Cliff Pool"

Hopefully I can stay in next time. It is Uluwatu !

The pool is wonderful !

"Prayer Offerings"

"Bedugul Market"

Bursting with fresh veg n fruits !!

"The Balinese call it "Sub Zero"."

The bomb area in Kuta.

Forum Posts

goin bali in dec

by qing97

hi all
i'll be going to bali in mid-dec with my siblings.can i know of any accomodation(hotels / resorts) that is value for money?
heard the hotels at nusa dua beach is fabulous!can i know the price range and any good recommendations?our budget is approx usd 80/room

thanks for ur help!=)

cheers
qing

Re: goin bali in dec

by jubillee

well i think you will have a huge choice within your price rane

Re: goin bali in dec

by Abbiegale

Hi Qing,

I went to Bali in Sept this year. It was a great trip. I stayed 2N in Bali Cliff, Uluwatu. From there, it's near to Garuda Wastu kencana (monument), Pura Uluwatu (temple), Dreamland beach (where Michael Learns to Rock shot one of their video clip), and Jimbaran Bay (great sunset dinner...all tables are on the beach! Food is great and cheap). The hotel itself is by the beach, and has great swimming pool overlooking the sea. It was breathtaking!
Nusa Dua is also near Uluwatu. About 15 mins drive. Nothing much in Nusa Dua, most of the hotels are resort style and 5 stars.
I will recommend to stay in Legian, Kuta or Seminyak area. I stayed 2N in Legian Paradiso. It was a 3 star hotel, about USD30 per night. It's in the heart of the city. Along the road are shops, restaurants, other hotels, etc. It's 5 mins walk from legian beach, through small alley ways.
Then for the final 2N, we stayed in the ever famous, Hard Rock hotel. Gee...that's the best part. It's located exactly in front of Kuta beach. U can sit there for sunset then cross the small road back to the hotel. It's about USD80 per night.
U can also opt for Mercure Hotel (right beside Hard Rock) or Alam Kul Kul Villa.
U can check out all these hotels and let me know if u need more info. I'll be glad to help. :)

Re: goin bali in dec

by batgirl1001

For $80 a night, you won't be able to get to stay in Nusa Dua. The place is littered with only 4-5 star hotels and thus are expensive.

Try Kuta, Legian, Sanur where the hotels are cheaper but give you value for money. You can get decent accommodations for the budget you mentioned above and still be close to restaurants, shops etc.

Nusa Dua has the nicest beach in Bali. But if you were me and have been to places like Australia, Thailand, Maldives etc, you would not have such a high opinion of their beaches.

Oh yes, Kuta has a beach too. For swimming and surfing but of course, lots and lots of people around.

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