Pelangi Bali Hotel & Spa – Seminyak, Badung

Pelangi Bali Hotel and Spa is located in the wonderful area of Seminyak. Around this hotel, you will be able to easily reach Seminyak Beach, Legian Beach, and Seminyak Square. Besides that, Kuta Beach and Kuta Galeria Mall should also be easy to acces from this hotel.

Pelangi Bali Hotel and Spa offers comfortable and luxurious rooms with patios facing beautiful gardens. The wide hotel lobby give you an impression of Balinese atmosphere and show a balance of local culture and modern architecture. All superior rooms offer a nice room with marble Floor. The rooms have self controlled air conditioner with mini bar, coffee or tea maker, free high speed internet through Wi-Fi, and high definition television with international channels. Besides that, waters and loaded refrigerator are free to be enjoyed. On request facilities like hair dryer, ironing equipments, and IDD phone are also available.

Pelangi Bali Hotel & Spa also provide you with a complete spa services, swimming pool, and health club. Free high speed internet accesses are also available in the public places. The business and meeting facilities in this hotel are available to be utilized, including halls and high quality audio visual equipments. Café, side pool bar, and lounge bar are also provided for your comfort. The staffs would be glad to assist you in organizing wedding ceremony, business event, and tour arrangement. The other facilities could also be enjoyed, like children pool, fitness centre, and sauna. You could use the free shuttle service which will take you around this hotel or shopping centers. Parking space and valet parking are also available in this hotel. Experience Bali with Pelangi Bali Hotel and Spa, because “the beauty of Bali alone is enough to refresh your spirit”

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7 thoughts on “Pelangi Bali Hotel & Spa – Seminyak, Badung”

  1. Before going to stay atPelangi i read so many mixed reviews. I just wish that hotel management would comment here to help solve some of their feedback
    We stayed and in our party we had four rooms three of our rooms were exactly as requested ground floor and close to the pool. Ine room we had nit specified where location was to be but it was fine on 2nd floor Rooms were spotless as were all public areas of the hotel. Staff absolutely beautiful and would go out of their way to help fullfill allrequests. Pool was spotlessly clean.
    We found breakfast became a little boring but we did stay two weeks so sometimes this happens. Just more variety of fruits, grainy bread etc would of been nice as breaky is quite expensive for bali.
    All room service etc was fine.
    Location was perfect for us as each time we return to Bali we try and get a little further away from the complete hussel n bussel of central Kuta. Plenty of great little places to eat close by. Bean bag bars right out front. Easy to get a bluebird taxi just down the lane way near to Breezes Hotel. Walk easily to Carla spa, Bali spa etc.
    Surf out the front or a massage on the beach.
    I read the rooms were small but to be honest i found them fine. I guess if you want to sit outside you just have a small area but we were hardly in or near our rooms for long.
    Happy to answer any queries about this hotel but i think it was value for money and have no hesitation in recommending it to others. Safe travels all 🙂

    From : Melbourne, Australia
    Detail : Stayed July 2012

  2. Only spent 1 night here but was disappointed on a few levels. Staff were friendly and attentive but many areas of the hotel are looking tired and the cleanliness of our bathroom as well as communal restroom areas was not quite up to scratch.

    Well located on the beach in a nice part of Seminyak, plenty of other options available.

    From : Melbourne, Australia
    Detail : Stayed September 2012, traveled as a couple

  3. I recently stay at the Pelangi with a group of 23 , from 14th Sept til 29th sept 2012.
    i’ll start with the bad points , if you book 9 months inadvance you would think all the rooms should be close together ,, ( although some of our tribe left after 9 days , they were more than willing to change our other guess next to us ) .
    Floors should be mopped everyday , not swept , and finally , there was no safe in the room.
    Now the good points , lovely pool, swim up bar , great staff, best pool and veiw of the ocean i’ve seen here, especially at dusk . Great breakfast .
    So overall i’d give it a 8.5 out of 10 .
    Would stay there again.

    From : Melbourne
    Detail : Stayed September 2012, traveled with friends

  4. This review is a long time coming – I have only just joined up as a member. We stayed at the Pelangi in May 2011.
    We chose the hotel due to its good location and great price (I think we paid AU $900.00 for ten nights). It was the first time I had booked a hotel myself, rather than through a travel agent but it was all ok (I booked through Expedia).
    The rooms were clean and a decent size and in my opinion, good value, especially at $90.00 per night. We didn’t spend a lot of time in the hotel as we were out and about a lot.
    The breakfasts were fine and I loved the pool – being able to swim in the pool whilst looking at the ocean was amazing. When we first arrived I was a bit concerned about how many sunbeds there were but we never had an issue getting them when we were at the pool.
    All up, I found the hotel to be good value at $90.00 per night. For that price in Melbourne you can barely stay at a backpackers.
    Other notes – the small hut restaurant on the beach in front of the hotel served amazing food – especially Nasi Goreng – and even better cocktails – I had quite a headache one morning!!
    Bali Spa on the road leading to the hotel was also great – a bit more expensive than most for massages but a really lovely, upmarket, relaxing experience. Even my husband had a massage there. Ultimo restaurant in Seminyak’s ‘eat street’ was amazing (Italian food).
    Also, if you do any white water rafting/horseriding etc, book with one of the guys in the small stalls out on the road – you can bargain with them much more than the people who sit at desks in the hotels.

    From : Melbourne, Australia
    Detail : Stayed May 2012, traveled as a couple

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