Hotel Hopping In Bali
"Sofitel Luxury Resort - Nusa Dua", 2015
"Pullman Hotel - Legian", 2015
"Ibis Styles Hotel - Kuta Circle", 2015
It was last year when The Alvianto's family had a long trip vacation (see the article here). Now we had another chance, and this time it's another Bali Trip. Yes we've picked Bali for so many reasons. Well, despite of this is a paradise island, Bali offers me a perfect holiday destination for kids and mostly the places that we're going to visit are family friendly.
I've arranged the hotels from budget to luxury, so I can share a different point of view about experiencing Bali through different accommodations. Since this is going to be our first travelling moment without our baby sitter, I have to make sure that we have the facilities for kids and also possible for us to try a baby sitting facility at the hotel. Even though I'm not sure the kids wants to stay at the hotel, but why not having a romantic date with the husband just for 1-2 hours candle light dinner.
So here's my choices of the hotels. I've already booked those 3, and hoping that it will be as good as the pictures that I got from the official website. First is Ibis Styles. The hotel has a very reasonable price and located in Kuta Circle, which is near to almost every places we wanted to visit. When I saw the decor, I was instantly in love with this styles, it seems quite Scandinavian look. The hotel also have a swimming pool, although it is a standard one, but I think the kids don't mind.
Next is Pullman, located in Legian. Last year the hotel is still under construction, I immediately think this is a perfect one becuase of the interior, sophisticated and bold. I assume that we're going to be experiencing Bali in modern way, and also because of the location is near to Beachwalk Mall, this is great for me who might think I need a mall for instant guide of choosing a Halal Resto.
Last, Sofitel Resort in Nusa Dua. I deserve a retreat in the paradise island, so this resort had made me fall in love. I've booked Luxury Room Plunge Pool hoping that finally I can have a private swimming time with the kids. As a person who wears hijab and swimming in Burkini, you know how hard it is to convince people especially non local, that Burkini is not that weird, and stop looking at me with a horrifying look (-__-').
So that's the hotel highlight, hopefully everything went well. And I can stay calm during this no nanny holiday. This time I also have packed the suitcase without worrying too much. Last year it took me 2 weeks to complete my packing session, and now only need a day. Yeay. So see you around after the trip.