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Kiki Homestay

No-frills, good vibes

Jalan Labuhan Sait, Uluwatu T: (0878) 8540 6605

Kiki Homestay

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Kiki Homestay is a simple no-frills, family-run homestay that has been given a bit of helping hand by a Brazilian couple to offer a bit more appeal to backpackers looking for fun and good vibes.

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On offer is a 4-bed mixed dorm and twin or double rooms with both ceiling fan or air-con options all with basic cold-water ensuite bathrooms. What really makes this little spot however is the funky communal areas with onsite mini-restaurant/bar, garden chill–out area with hammocks and umbrella-shaded bamboo tables and chairs and a lounge spot with beanbags, cushions and musical instruments—perfect for a bit of evening Kumbaya.

Simple longhouse–style rooms.

Simple longhouse–style rooms. Photo: Sally Arnold

Rooms are bog-standard tiled homestay-style, housed in brick longhouse blocks, bright and very clean, the dorms with two bamboo bunks, a bamboo shelf and small lockers for valuables. The bunks were a tad wobbly when given a shake, but not too bad.

As they have reasonably good mattresses, the safety rail on the upper bunk doesn’t reach above the mattress, so restless sleepers would be better off below. We only noticed one power outlet for the whole room—make friends and pack a double adaptor.

Bamboo–framed bunk beds.

Bamboo–framed bunk beds. Photo: Sally Arnold

Doubles and twins are simple but comfortable, smartened up with pretty colourful quilts and bamboo furniture. Bare-bones ensuite bathrooms are scrubbed clean and provide Western thrones and cold showers with the small washbasin (not in all rooms) and mirror in the main sleeping area. Private or shared terraces are kitted out with seating and bamboo drying racks.

Breakfast is not included, but can be purchased for 30,000 rupiah—think delicious healthy smoothie bowls and fluffy pancakes—Gustavo, the Brazilian manager, is the chef at nearby Sannyas Yoga Academy and it shows. Staff are friendly, but English is limited.

For when it is all a bit too much.

For when it is all a bit too much. Photo: Sally Arnold

We like the social vibe at Kiki Homestay, excellent for single travellers, and it is well located with funky cafes, yoga studios and the beach all a short walk away. If you’d prefer a quieter location, check out Tregge Surf Camp, a very clean and friendly simple family-run homestay with a lovely garden, or Satria Bungalow with a swimming pool and which offers good low-season deals.

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Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Dorm fan cooled
130,000 rupiah
130,000 rupiah
Dbl fan private bathroom
180,000 rupiah
180,000 rupiah
Dbl air-con private bathroom
260,000 rupiah
260,000 rupiah
Room: Dorm fan cooled, low season: 130,000 rupiah, high season 130,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Dbl fan private bathroom, low season: 180,000 rupiah, high season 180,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: 260,000 rupiah, high season 260,000 rupiah. Notes:

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Where is Kiki Homestay

Kiki Homestay
Jalan Labuhan Sait, Uluwatu
T: (0878) 8540 6605
Coordinates (for GPS): 115º5'42.62" E, 8º49'2.3" S
Room rates: Under 150,000 Rp

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