Hotel Uyah Amed
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- 98%Green Travelers
- 79%Adventure Travelers
- 74%Budget Travelers
- 59%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (2)
- Hotel Uyah AmedMember ofAdventure TravelersOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1First to ReviewJan 02, 2014
The best part of Hotel Uyah Amed is it's partnership with Amed Dive Center and their joint commitment to the conservation and restoration of local coral reefs. Together, they have joint artificial reef program right off the coast from the hotel, helping to restore corals that were destroyed by fishermen and bleaching events over past decades. The hotel itself is mediocre, with acceptable rooms and a decent pool. I don't like the broad stretch of grass that dominates the hotel's interior - it gives the place a bleak feel. But the restaurant is charming and lively, the staff are nice and you can't beat the access to great diving. I'd give the diving, service and environmental ethics an A, but a C for the actual accommodations.Recommended for:
- Hotel Uyah AmedMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLGBTGreen Travelers+ 1Jan 02, 2014
If you're going to do Amed on the cheap, this is where to do it. Lovely pool, spacious ocean-view rooms, and a very fun and relaxing tropical-style bar and restaurant. The rates here are ridiculously low for what you get, and you're also in the center of everything Amed, as well as on the front row of Bali's best SCUBA diving. Don't get me wrong, it's a bit of a no frills hotel - but a super value for the money, and much nicer (cleaner, better amenities) than budget alternatives.Recommended for: