Bright and airy
Set towards the eastern end of Amed village's strip of offerings, the affordable rooms at Lily Amed are spacious affairs with bright white concrete walls and plenty of solid wood on the floors.
The rooms are bright and airy, with spotless bathrooms with a stone and pebble theme. The grounds are a mix of lawn and garden and open out to Amed's beachfront with a cute cafe and seating area where you can comfortably relax, well shaded to enjoy what sea breeze may be blowing your way. The views are great out to sea, and, up a few stairs, across to Gunung Agung. Friendly, welcoming staff provide service with a smile. If they're full, Amed Bulih is right next door (to the west) and has a personable owner who rents out well-furnished Balinese cottages, some with ocean views, for 400,000 rupiah (negotiable).
By Stuart McDonald
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.
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