Perdana Dadi Hotel

Bypass Ngurah Rai 7, Kuta, 80136, Indonesia
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anyone staying in mercure kuta hotel

by sharidashamsuddin

I'm planning to Bali end March 2007...I will staying Kuta area...anyone staying in Mercure Kuta Hotel? How Bali weather especially March???

RE: anyone staying in mercure kuta hotel

by tan1415

Excellent choice.This is the ONLY hotel right on Kutabeach.Other hotels are seperated by the beachroad.

It's an oldish hotel.Oldish interior. But everything is wellkept up and clean.Also in good workingorder.
Pricewise it´s quite great value IMHO.

It´s location is truly SUPERB. Right next to the shopping center of Kuta.Few minutes walk to matahari shopping center.Close to artmarket.
Right across the street from Hard rock Hotel and Hard rock Cafe.)Nice place to start your nightout. Free live band performances till 10PM.

Downside is the beach.It´s very busy public beach.

RE: anyone staying in mercure kuta hotel

by BesarRahasia

Sorry to make correction to previous posting, but there are mant hotels which have direct beach access in the Kuta area

Bali Garden Hotel, Paradiso, Bali Discovery, to name but a few.

However have to agree with previous posting that the Mercure is a great place to stay, some of the rooms have wonderful sunset views. At the moment we are having big raining, for 3 days now mostly at night, it is cloudy during the day with rain sometimes. Today (March 6th) it is sunny so far in the morning, but later may be rain again. March is still in the rainy season here in Bali, even though it hasn't rained as much as it should have, maybe now we are going to get the rains more often for the next month at least.

It is still fairly hot even if it rain

Have a great time in Bali whenever you come and wherever you stay

RE: RE: anyone staying in mercure kuta hotel

by tan1415

hmm these hotels are in Tuban right? For me Kuta is right in front of Kuta Beach. So starting from HRH/MErcure hotel and ending at the legian hotel.

Basically it's all Kuta...but I use the different names to roughly differentiate between the areas. Even though the kuta beach is right next to Tuban area's very different beach.
Legian is also different because here...the big luxury hotels have direct access to beaches and Seminyak is different again because it's nightlife and restaurants etc.

I love Bali because within easy reach of everything there are all kinds of resorts with there different styles and clientele.

RE: RE: anyone staying in mercure kuta hotel

by BesarRahasia

Bali Garden Hotel is in Kuta, and the question from the posting regarded the Kuta Area not exclusively Kuta. I agree Kuta Beach is different fron Tuban, but it only 2 mins walk to the same area from the corner. To be honest it doesnt matter too much, as most visitors to Bali from outside (especially first timers, get confused when we talk about Kuta and Tuban as different places, because they are really all the same place now, very difficult to make the difference, as far as a visitor is concerned.

By the way the weather today March 6th is sunny again (in the morning) yesterday, the rains came again in big style in the afternoon, and into the evening, with some roads flooded. But still warm.

Have a good holiday in Bali.

Travel Tips for Kuta

Tour operators - they will find you

by myspices

Don't be surprised that while you relaxing and having a bite , someone will pull a chair and sit next to you . He will be very friendly and start asking questions like - "where are you from", "how long you have been in Bali", "how many days you will be staying"...... Sooner than you know, he will be promoting his tour packages which sounded very attractive. Don't buy the deal outright from him. You should just get his contact and say that you will get in touch with him if you are interested. Kuta - you need not worry about how to travel around Bali. Tour operators are everywhere.

shops along the street

by aalayaa

seminyak is the area north of legian.
along the street of jalan raya seminyak (sometimes called as jalan legian kelod) you can find all kind of shop, boutiques, restaurants, etc.
the goods are better quality and design than those on jalan legian and the choices are abudant from silver ring until buddha carving from stone.
of course in some shops you still have to bargian. - clothes
- local craft
- bags
- accessories
- jewelries
- 2nd hand books

Every Day Activities of the Locals

by Hexepatty

Just notice how in the midst of Busy Touristy Kuta, the local folks are going about their simple daily business. As in the photo here, cutting up some lemon grass to sell... In Bali, time is somewhat suspended. People don't rush like you will see in Western Countries. Learn to appreciate the sights you see in small streets and in country villages!

Summary of Kuta

by kelnsha

"My Kuta first impression"

Kuta is quite a disorienting place. It is flat with few landmarks or signs, the streets and alleys are crooked, often walled on one or both sides, so much so it feels like a maze.

Kuta has quite a terrible traffic too and walking is often the quickest way to get around, although motorbikes speeding down narrow streets or lanes can cause peril.

"Kuta beach"

Cynics aside, this long, curved and wide stretch of sand boasts great surf that swimmers and surfers alike can enjoy. There is always a party scene, locals and travellers mix and mingle.

Busy Legion street runs roughly parallel to the beach from Kuta north into Seminyak. At the southern end is Bemo Corner, a small roundabout at the junction with Kuta Beach Road. This one-way street runs west from Bemo Corner then north along the beach to Melasti street. Together, these are the main roads although traffic and numerous one-way traffic restrictions will soon have you tearing at your hair.

"Kuta shops and restaurants"

Most of the bigger shops, restaurants and low-rent nightspots are along Legion street and a few of the main streets that head towards the beach.

There are also dozens and dozens of travel agents, souvenirs shops, banks, moneychangers, motorcycle and car rental outlets, postal agencies and internet cafes - all the needs of a holiday maker are here.


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