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    Default What bali hotel with baby

    Has anyone been to bali with a baby under 1? Which hotel did u stay at and how was it for kids? Don't want to accidentally pick somewhere where there are lots of drunk people and rowdy late at night..

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    Default What bali hotel with baby

    I would suggest anywhere but kuta with little kids. Seminyak or ubud is very nice and not so full on as kuta is.

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    Thanks i was thinking seminyak so we can still day shop in kuta.. But looked up a few and reviews have like can hear clubs or people in the room next door etc
    Not looking to spend over 100ish a night and no private villas.
    Just can't find one without the bad reviews in there about noise or drunks

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    Try Sanur. We stay there a couple of times a year with our kids.

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    Ubud is lovely. Try the Tegal Sari. Free courtesy bus from the hotel to main centre. Super super friendly staff. Lots of resturants directly around hotel if you dont wish to walk.
    Book a ground floor room for ease with bub. Def recommend their picm up service from Kuta airport. Its only $15 more than a taxi but they will pick you up from inside the gate.

    I really liked Legian as well. Away from Kuta main area, full of gorgeous resturants. Yes there was pubs but they were not as loud as Kuta. We stayed at Bali mandira and saw lots of families with young children. The staff were often chasing them around playing with them! Just check if they have finished pool renos as i think it could be very disruptive.

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    Been to Bali many times and got married there

    Seminyak is lovely but it is expensive! Between Kuta and Seminyak is Legian which is alot more reasonably priced, still quiet and close to everything. everything is so much cheaper if you don't stay directly on the beach, which to be honest isn't that nice apart from the sunsets. You will find most hotels in Bali have bad reviews about drunks and clubs - especially in the dormitory style hotel rooms but I have never had a problem with this.

    Sanur is lovely, much like seminyak but less boutiques etc.
    Ubud is beautiful but the kids may get bored.
    Have you looked in Nusa Dua? More resort style, less hawkers and stuff like that, very family friendly, not the club scene at all

    Feel free to PM me if you want any info or have questions


 

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