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Bali Palms Resort
Bali Palms Resort is on the sea front, just a few steps to the sandy beach, which slopes gently down to the sea.
The Resort is located at the start of the small established town of Candi Dasa, in East Bali, is just one and a half hours from the airport on the new by-pass.
Bali Palms Resort looks out to a magnificent bay of clear blue sea, golden sand and small islands.
The beach is protected by a coral reef and a short swim from the shore takes you to coral beds which rich with marine life and a paradise for snorkeling. You may see many varieties of beautiful tropical fish.
The main town of Candi Dasa is just a 5 min. walk away and offers a wide variety of restaurants, bars, shops, beauty salons, and other amenities of a small coastal town.
The Resort boasts one of the largest pools in the area with lush palms all along the beachfront and well established tropical gardens.
Direction: The resort is only 1.5 hours by road on the new by-pass which goes from the airport at Kuta to Sanur then on to Candi Dasa. Bali Palms Resort is on the main road just 100m before the entrace sign into Candi Dasa.
Alert notes : There is ongoing construction/refurbishment at a few units near the reception but this is isolated from the rest of the resort and facilities therein and the Management has assured us that there will be no disturbance to the guests. The work is expected to be completed by the first week of December 2011 and any inconvenience caused on this account is regretted.