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Hotel in set in lovely lush grounds with little gazebos dotted around and streams full of fish. Very friendly staff. Fabulous breakfasts, with plenty of choice. Beautiful pools. Very clean and spacious rooms. Unfortunately a lot of the beach has organic matter and lots of...More
Segara Village is a family run resort. Staff are very friendly and happy to oblige with any request. Gardens are beautiful. Some units have been redecorated very tastefully. special aspects are the afternoon tea. Friendly hostesses at breakfast and afternoon tea, flowers in rooms, attended...More
A pleasant hotel set amongst tropical gardens on the beach front. Shame about Bali’s rubbish problem though this is not the hotels fault. Staff clean beach at high tide. Still would not go in the sea due to debris floating past. Food quality 3 star.
Segara Club 2 stay-- we first had a bungalow, which, despite it's name, seemed too small for two people. No place for our luggage and no bedtables-- just a shelf behind the bed. This hotel has lovely extensive grounds with many statues, gazebos for sitting...More
Great lication for a frist time holiday.
Excellent gardens and the staff are lovely.
They have this amazing cake shop, and their afternoon teas are worth it.
We had a upstairs bungalow and it was just ideal.
Cleaned each day, chocolates on the bed each...More
Response from fletcharia | Reviewed this property |
Sore for the long delay, there are many balconies and suchlike that have no sun in the afternoon plus it’s very quiet in most parts of the grounds as for views then there wouldn’t be many at all that would give a view... More
Sore for the long delay, there are many balconies and suchlike that have no sun in the afternoon plus it’s very quiet in most parts of the grounds as for views then there wouldn’t be many at all that would give a view. Depending on your budget I would probably go fir the more expensive rooms if you can afford it, so good luck in Oct/Nov.