Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – Kuta

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa Bali is a magnificent beach front resort located on the long white sand beach, Kuta. The surrounding lush greenery creates a relaxing ambience of a tropical island. The resort provide 80 selectable comfortable guest rooms all set amongst a beautiful tropical garden in contemporary Balinese architecture, but shown in international standard room facilities.

Enjoy the famous Kuta beach atmosphere from your very own room, then take a walk along the beach, sunbathe under the warm sun, or watch the stunning sunset scenery with ease. Also a perfect place for the surfers who want to challenge the Indian Ocean wave.

After a day full of fun under the sun, indulge yourself in the soft and relaxing aromatic treatment of our spa service. Get an absolute tranquility of body and soul in the fragrance of Balinese herbs and flowers.
Have a fine dinner by stopping in Rosso Vivo Italian Dine and Lounge which offers an elegant and luxurious dinner with awesome service. Dine in the silhouette of Kuta Beach sunset with you family or special persons whilst listening to music by an in-house DJ.

Rooms come equipped with TV, in-room safe, coffee and tea making facilities, mini bar and hair dryer. Facilities include a swimming pool, massage parlour and the Restaurant and Bar which serves Indonesian, pastries and cakes.

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6 thoughts on “Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – Kuta”

  1. We are glad to stay at this hotel. My husband booking via website. We go with ons baby (10 months). Ons room was wonderful. Clean, friendly staff and good eat (buffet breakfast). Next time we are sure coming again. Restaurant is expensive but great food. Verheem – The Netherlands

    From : Unknown
    Detail : Stayed September 2012

  2. We had moved over from Nusa Dua to have several days on the West Coast and sample the nightlife as Kuta was supposed to be buzzing.

    Our stay was ‘alright’

    Although we didn’t need one, there is NO Lift to the first and second floors but we were told they would move us to a ground floor room if one became available and we couldn’t take the stairs.

    All the staff at this hotel were very friendly, polite and welcoming, the grounds nicely kept with several pools of carp swimming around waiting to be fed with breakfast rolls. The buffet breakfast was very good and overseen by the Rosso Vivo Chef, Roberto Bogni, his bread and pastries excellent. The meal we had the in the evening was good too and there was a small band playing.

    The rooms were fairly clean but the place is somewhat ‘tired;’ surfaces worn and sink chipped. The rooms could do with refurbishment, rip out those old baths and install a good shower. The room had a safe but the Bali bells and drums background muzac became irritating after a while and too loud. The room towels were worn and small but the laundry service was quick, cheap and good

    The Seaview Boutique is located on the main beach road and about 25 metres behind the Restaurant Rosso. You would think that with a name like Seaview you would have a view of the sea from your room or balcony, It may have done many years ago but not now. Our room on the first floor looked out towards a large 30 metre x 20 metre Samsung sign supported by scaffolding next to a smaller MacDonalds sign. Even on the 2nd top floor there was no seaview. The bath had a step in shower and the water temperature fluctuated at various times and the sink leaked but this was quickly repaired. However, the room was adequate

    The swimming pool was smaller than the advertised images, narrow, cramped and noisy with loud music being pumped out all day. There was massage treatment available by the pool, which we never used due to the noise. The pool facilities, you were lucky to get a lounger but fresh towels were available.

    To get to the beach you have to cross a road very busy at all times with taxi’s, cars lorries, horse drawn buggies and hundreds of motor bikes, it is a short walk from the Hard Rock Hotel and Cafe. It is busy and the pavements throng with people, shops and touts trying to sell you something and there are plenty convenience shops around.

    We found it best to turn right out of the hotel, walk down the road about 300 metres past the large Mails and go through the wall onto the beach where it is a bit quieter. Old Albert, hires his wooden loungers for about 100000 rupier a day. Hawkers drop by but are not a nuisance and some of the older women give great cheap body massage, one working on your feet whilst the other works your upper body. The hawkers fresh fruit is cheap and good.

    The beach is good for surfing, surf schools abound and boards for hire and due to the waves NO pesky Jet skis!. Ria at the nearby MBA Tour company arranged a scuba dive trip on the Liberty wreck, a 3 hour road journey but it was well worth it.

    Overall Kuta is overrated, the Seaview was alright but only for a few days stay if you wanted to be somewhere near the beach and busy at night in close proximity to restaurants and bars, etc.

    From : London, United Kingdom
    Detail : Stayed September 2012, traveled as a couple
    Room Tip : Check out the location of this hotel on a recent Google Earth before you book. The gound floor rooms are darkish with poeple walking by and theres NO lift

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