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Reviewed 17 October 2012

My girlfriend and I spent a total of 7 nights here just over 2 weeks ago and we absolutely loved everything about it. We stayed in one of the superior rooms, 2B to be exact. The room is simple but beautiful with a blend of Mediterranean and Asian design. The best part of the room is definitely the view, which you can enjoy from the outdoor bed on the front porch surrounded by beautiful flowers. The fantastic ocean view can also be enjoyed from the infinity pool just a few steps below. Although the pool area is shared by all guests, we found ourselves to be alone most of the time.

The food at the resort is quite good, the nasi goreng was one of the best I had in Bali, so were the fried spring rolls. Breakfast options are a little limited but I didn't mind having the mixed fruit crepes every day as they were delicious!

Although many of them did not speak English (nor French or Spanish), the hotel staff was really great. They were always smiling and very keen to make sure we were enjoying our stay in Amed or Bali as a whole, and not just at the resort. I recommend learning a few words in Balinese (even better than Bahasa Indonesian) as everyone in the region truly appreciated our efforts and we felt we were instantly rewarded. We frequently tipped the staff and we could see that they weren't used to it, even small amounts seemed to make them blush. This was true for Amed in general. The people in Amed are not the richest, it is very dry here most of the year and from what I understand, it is becoming harder and harder to make a living from fishing. However, the people in this region were the nicest I've come across in all my travels and we felt we could trust everyone instantly. We proved it when we left our bags, clothes, money and cameras on the various beaches while we snorkeled for hours every day.

Things to do in Amed are pretty much limited to snorkeling and diving, the diving was nice but the snorkeling was perhaps the best I've done (I've been to Thailand, Vietnam, Mexico and numerous other destinations in the Caribbean and in Central America). Jemeluk beach was fantastic, with nice healthy hard coral just meters from the beach (right side). It's a short 10-15 min walk to the beach from the hotel, with great views of Gunung Agung along the way. While there, you can set up base at Warung Jemeluk, they have very good snorkel gear for rent, good food, and long chairs where you can get massages. The entire family takes turns running this little place and were all very kind and attentive and can offer you anything from rides back to your hotel to fresh aloe vera for your sunburns :o) The Japanese shipwreck is also a great spot to snorkel, it has a lot of soft coral and larger pelagic fish so it's a different scenery to Jemeluk.

We did a bike tour which we absolutely adored. It was with East Bali Bike Tours (same owner as Beer n Grill). We were driven up the flanks of Gunung Agung and the rode our bikes down small paths through forest, rice fields and villages stopping a few times to chat with people and visit small farms or shops. We were the only two doing it that day and it was perfect, we could tell from the villagers smiles and reactions that not many tourists came through before us. The tour ended on a white sandy beach, an awesome day from start to finish.

Best eats in the area are:
Warung Enak, simple setting with cheap authentic Balinese and Indonesian dishes, prawn curry and rendang beef were amazing.
Beer n Grill, cozy little place for diner, serves authentic Balinese, the sate lilit ikan (ground fish on skewers) was delicious and so were the fried bananas with sugar syrup and grated coconut. The staff and owners are fantastic.

Amed is a special place where you'll meet genuine people. Go now before it turns into Ubud or Sanur!

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Ceak
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Reviewed 10 October 2012

We stayed here for 4 nights with our two boys in the family room. We loved Amed and Bedulu after the craziness of Seminyak. The room is great and not having a tv didn't matter as we were all exhausted after our days of snorkeling. The pool is fantastic and set on the hill so you get the most amazing view. Make sure to get up early and watch the boats coming in. All the staff were great but special thanks to Sam for being so friendly and helpful. Breakfast is ok but if you're still hungry pop down to the Corner Warung (at the left handside of bedulu as you're looking at the beach). Kade and his wife cook up some great meals and Kade was our taxi service around Amed. Will definitely come back to Amed and to Bedulu.

Room Tip: The rooms at the top are worth the walk up the hill.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank MsDJ66
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Reviewed 19 September 2012

In July we stayed here for 5 nights in one of the standard rooms.
The bungalow was quite new, and spotlessly clean.
Staff was very helpful, but not speaking English fluently; but no problem at all; you are in Indonesia :-)
Like in every other review we also must admit the pool is fabulous!
One thing for improvement: breakfast. (not bad, but a little more choice and a little more to eat would be nice)
Would absolutely go there again

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Aarjan
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Reviewed 18 September 2012

Had the pleasure of staying at Bedulu Resort for one night last month - beautiful views, amazing infinity pool, remote location in an excellent town (Amed), gracious staff. Rooms are simple but clean, nice daybed outside. Wifi was broken the night I stayed there. If possible would request one of the rooms higher up on the hill as my view of the ocean was obstructed by the kitchen/reception area. For the price, excellent value - would definitely stay here again! Also, hotel arranged for my transport to next location with driver/guide 'Didi' who is very highly recommended - he was awesome!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled solo
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Reviewed 27 August 2012

We booked 3 nights here in a deluxe bungalow but once we arrived we immediately decided to stay another 2 nights. The better rooms are halfway up a hillside so there's a 2 minute walk up uneven stairs to get there but the difference between the rooms at the bottom and those at the top is huge. The deluxe rooms are honeymoon material, with simple but stylish beachy white decor, AC, a fridge and minibar (bintangs/water), a private balcony and garden, and a view to die for with a shared infinity pool overlooking the ocean. For 500,000 Idr, the deluxe rooms are fantastic value; we could even see the ocean while lying in bed! For the last night we had to move to the family room which cost 700,000 Idr but had 2 extra beds and a wonderful open air bathroom so it was still excellent value.

The staff had different levels of English but were all very friendly and welcoming. The two people in charge spoke great English and took care of everything we asked for - we hired a scooter for 50,000 Idr a day, they organised onward transport on request (200,000 Idr to Padang Bai) and the massage by the pool was really good (70,000 Idr for an hour). When we left the whole family was there and waved us off like we were houseguests - it felt like a homestay but just with the added bonus of luxurious rooms and stunning views. This was by far our favourite place we stayed during our 6 week trip, hands down.

However, if I was being picky, my first gripe would be the breakfast. You get one drink (fruit juice or coffee) and one thing to eat (fruit platter or eggs or a pancake), instead of the option of all of the above. We were often starving by 11am. If you order the bali coffee as an extra it works out at only 9,000 Idr more you have to pay but, still, it should be included. We didn't eat here at all actually so I can't comment on the restaurant. And there's no wifi despite being told on arrival that wifi is everywhere - everywhere apart from here I guess. You get used to the stairs, although a torch could be useful for climbing the stairs at night.

Amed is beautiful but things are very spread out so you need wheels to scoot between restaurants and beaches, when you can pull yourself away from the pool. The sunset view from the headland just 2 minutes walk up the road is lovely but the better snorkelling spots and places to eat are a few kms either side of Bedulu. The best snorkelling spots are just opposite the Blue Star something (Bungalows or Cafe, can't remember), opposite Hotel Vienna and the Japanese wreck opposite Eka Purnaya bungalows; the best time seemd to generally be in the morning, as a current could pick up in the afternoon - you can hire fins for 20,000 Idr at all these places. And it needn't be all about (pebbly and stony) beaches either - Pura Lempuyang and Tirtta Gangga are 40 minutes ride away so there is plenty to do if you have your own transport.

This place would really suit independent couples, families or groups of friends looking for a bit of blissful downtime. If you've got really young kids the stairs might be an issue and if you're on a tight budget, you could probably find better places to stay than the bungalows at the bottom of the hill. You'll probably need to book ahead as well.

All in all, we loved it!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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