Standard rooms are good value
The Adi Assri has two very distinct sections to it.
The old section (to the east) and the new section (to the west). Staff refer to them as the "Bali doors" and the "Glass doors" and unless you've got some deep-seated desire to stay in a room with the atmosphere of your local hair dressing salon, we'd gently steer you towards the "Bali doors" side of the property. In all cases the rooms are very clean but they sort of fall over in the interior design department — because there is none — perhaps the "welcome" sign affixed to every door should have tipped us off in that regard. If that doesn't bother you (and, truth be said, the rooms are quite spacious) then this joint isn't too bad. The gardens are very well tended and if you like to bake by the pool, then you'll be well satisfied here as there is precious little shade poolside. When we were walked through, the crowd (and it was a crowd) of guests was decidedly younger than at the other properties further up the beach so if you're young at heart and don't need no decor, then this could suit you well. Staff were a cheery mob. Oddly, standard rooms are closer to the beach than the deluxe rooms (which are overpriced).
Last updated on 17th September, 2013.