I thoruoughly enjoyed staying in RBBC Sanur, during early april 14. The rooms are fresh, and recently upgraded. The service was beautiful, as was the food from the restaurant. I didnt dine in there, but had several evening meals in-room, and breakfasts. They were all awesome.
The resort is in a nice area, and only a short walk from the main body of Sanur's shops and the beach itself. No probs getting to many good restqaurants, bars, laundry service places and the beach.
The staff at the resort are excellent, friendly, helpful and knowdledgeable.
The only one thing I noticed that was not excellent was the internet facility at the resort. I could pick it up on my mobile phone, but not my laptop. I needed, very importantly, a few times to go on my computer, but couldnt. The reception for wireless internet was very lacking..
Given that that was my only negative though, i would still rate the resort highly. One point though, if you can not walk up stairs, you'd best ask for a bottom floor, as the main body of the rooms are all up several sets of stairs, on two floors. I will be back though. Cheers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in Sanur, Bali’s biggest traditional village and one of the most established tourist areas, this newly refurbished property offers access to everything you could hope for. From fine restaurants and modern entertainment, traditional village drama and dance to the Bali Safari Marine Park or the Bali Zoo Park all within a half hour drive there is something for everybody. It is also a great starting point for those of you looking to get out and about to see the island with tours to areas including Kintamani, Lake Batur, Puri Tirta Empul, Bedugul, Botanical Garden and Tanah lot. Relax by the pool in beautifully landscaped surrounds or take a wander along the paved beach side path running the full length of Sanur where you can check out a multitude of shops & restaurants. The Royal Bali Beach Club at Sanur is only 20 minutes drive from Denpasar Airport & Waterbom Park. Ubud, Bali’s cultural centre featured in the famous book and movie "Eat Pray Love" is only a short drive away. With a range of Studio, One-Bedroom Combination and Two-Bedroom apartments, a number of which have their own private balconies and or full kitchen facilities, this resort offers something for everybody giving you the opportunity to not only enjoy the delights of staying on a tropical island but also to gain a real appreciation of Balinese culture and local life. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Royal Bali Beach Club Sanur Hotel Sanur
- Karma Royal Sanur Bali