This hotel in Kuta Beach, Bali is a real oasis. And I will tell you why!

Barbara Fava

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Kuta Beach is the pumping heart of Bali.

A famous spot for having some nightlife thanks to the numerous bars, discos, and pub, is also a great spot for shopping from the little local shops up to the big brands located at the BeachWalk Shopping Mall.

Of course, just a few steps away from the beach (really appreciated by tourists), it is plenty of luxurious hotels ready to pamper their guests. But the DSriwing Villa Gallery is something else.

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The entrance of the DSriwing Villa Gallery

A hotel found by chance on Google.

A hidden gem, just a few meters away from the busy life of Kuta Beach, but yet incredibly calm, relaxing, and quiet, by few meters away I mean five minutes walking from the first restaurant of Jl. Pantai Kuta is the main street that connects the beach to the shops, hotels, and restaurants.

I still remember our first night there, worried about having to hear the music coming from the restaurants along the beach line, but no, surprise! Absolutely NO NOISES.

You turn around the corner of this small street where the DSriwing is located and magically, here comes the silence.

Your private bungalow in Bali.

The hotel is formed by private bungalows, each one with its patio and facing the clean and refreshing swimming pool, and each one has its own privacy.

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The staff is more than helpful, the check-in fast and they will help you with your baggage and during your time at the DSriwing will fully respect your rest, asking if you want/need the cleaning service to be sure to not to disturb you.

The bungalows are airy, clean, and incredibly comfortables, king-size bed, AC (working for real), closet flat-screen TV, coffee, tea, water, bathroom with all the amenities, and a nice bathtub that works also as a shower.

Indonesia is extremely humid, all year round and it can be quite a challenge to sleep if you don't have the AC on or if the room is not ventilated enough.

This place had both features.

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Plastic? No thank you.

Little thing about the bathroom, they are so dedicated to the work that they changed daily our shower gel alternating the aromas, no low-cost plastic bottles of shower gel or shampoo here, they fill some lovely ceramic bottles with the product.

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Remember that Bali is fully committed to fighting plastic and protecting its natural paradise.

And oh! the windows are floor to ceiling (pretty high ones) so if you pull the curtains, you will enjoy the view of the garden.

Another positive mark.

The DSriwing offers also a generous breakfast, delivered every morning right up to your door, on a table facing the swimming pool, you will be able to choose every night what to eat for breakfast, choosing between American, European, and Indonesian breakfast.

Here you have a photo of the American one, with coffee, fruit, omelet, bread, and orange juice.

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It has no Instagram yet but you can find info on Google Maps and TripAdvisor.

We already decided that when we will be back hopefully this year, we will stay again at this lovely place.

It stole your heart and gave you back a lot of peace.

I have been blogging a lot about Indonesia and Bali.

I also think that that might be my retiring place one day.

The Indonesian people are extremely friendly and kind and it is a true blessing to be able to visit their Land.

If you will ever have the chance of discovering beautiful Indonesia, be sure that you will be mesmerized by it.

Post Scriptum:

My hotel reviews are based on my traveling experiences before the pandemic took over.

The current conditions for traveling to Indonesia have to be checked online or through your embassies.

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Italian as the espresso and currently based in Belgium, born in 1986 in Milan, I work as a communication specialist, a blogger as well as a professional sports announcer, mainly for motocross and freestyle motocross. I post about beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and travels. I have been living in Los Angeles and Mexico City until 2019, where I worked as a stunt woman, to relocate then back to Europe.

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