Swastika Bungalows, a small
hotel tucked away under the palms just a few hundred meters from
Sanur's golden-sand beach and coral-reef lagoon, is owned and managed
by a local Balinese family. Transfer from Ngurah Rai International
Airport take only 20-30 minutes and an airport meetings service
can be arranged.
Here you will find the atmosphere of a typical
Balinese family compound. The friendly service, ever-present smile
and attentiveness of staff, is sure to make you feel at home. Watch
the daily routine of placing offerings, or join the colourful processions
and festivals that involve family and village. Traditional dance
and music practices are a regular evening occurrence at the local
banjar meeting hll, and temple festivals include frequent performances
of theatre and dance.
This is the magic of Bali. At this unique holiday
destination ancient and modern ways of life co-exist in harmony.
The Swastika Bungalows innovatively combines traditional and modern
Balinese architecture. Set in colourful tropical gardens around
two swimming pools, 64 spacious rooms are spread about the gardens
in cottages and two-storeys buildings. Each room has its own verandah
and bathroom, with bath, shower, hot and cold water. Family rooms
interconnect, and there is a choice of air conditioning or fan-cooled
rooms. For those who need to keep in touch with home, some rooms
have international direct dial telephone. The friendly staff provide
24 hours room service. There's a free safety deposit facility. Call
in at the front office to change your currency or post letters or
use the internet facilities. Rental cars or minibuses can be arranged
for tours about the island. For long stay guest a TV and a fridge
with a stocked minibar can be provided upon request.
The roof-top restaurant caters for breakfast, sandwiches
and snacks, and there are two nearby family restaurants which offer
a wide choice of cuisine, and several shopping centers close by.
At the entrance to the Bungalows is the Swastika II Garden Restaurant,
ideal for relaxing evening dining with a choice of Indonesian, Chinese
and European food.
Swastika I Restaurant, just down the road, is also set for open-air
dining. Fresh rock lobster, king prawns and salad are the house
specialty. Try traditional Balinese cuisine or choose from the wide
selection of Indonesia, Chinese and European dishes.