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one bedroom accomodation

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one bedroom accomodation

My husband and I and daughter 14yr are planning on visiting Bali for the first time in October. Could anyone suggest accomodation 3 or 4 star in the Legian or Tuban areas with rooms that have a seperate room (for us) with a partition or seperate living area from the third bed. A sofa would be ok.

Most options involve us booking two rooms and i don't want her to be on her own. Some family rooms have everyone sharing the same room in a couple of double beds- not much fun for us.

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1. Re: one bedroom accomodation

Email me I have a suggestion that may help.

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2. Re: one bedroom accomodation

The Melasti Beach Resort suites have a separated lounge area with pull down bed. The original suites are excellent and very spacious.

Alternatively you may like to look at the Kumala Pantai suites or a 2 bedroom apt at Puri Damai or the Jayakarta.

They are all in excellent locations and worth checking out.

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3. Re: one bedroom accomodation

There is also the Kuta Townhouses which could suit your needs. I havent stayed there but good comments have been made by other TA's. The price is good as well. For the price you could probably get a 2 bedroom apartment. Good luck!

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