I am a teacher and organised a surfing trp for a group of students. On the recommendation of the surf school we stayed at the Legian Village hotel.
We found the entire staff at the hotel extremely welcoming. Upon arrival we were greeted with refreshing drinks, and a traditional Balinese band. Mira, who I had been in contact with leading up to our stay was there to greet us in person.
The rooms were ideal. They are all en suite. The hotel is very clean and has a number of communal areas where we could meet our students.
The hotel restaurant was excellent, with a good range of food. Definitely the best nasi goring in town. Our students were happy to eat here a few nights. We also ate here every day for lunch.
Only slight issue that we had, was that we were in an annex of the hotel (still equally as nice - and with its own pool), it was about a one minute walk from the main hotel which wasn't a problem for us at all. Only issue was that there are a... more