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Three Brothers Bungalows

Balinese charm in a delightful garden

Jalan Legian Tengah, Legian T: (0361) 751 566 (0361) 757 224

Three Brothers Bungalows

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Disconnect from busy life and busy Legian streets to experience a little of old-school Bali at Three Brothers Bungalows. The sprawling established tropical gardens conceal a mixed bag of rooms, some in standalone bungalows, others in traditional red brick, double-storey buildings embellished with Balinese carving. Even though there are more than 60 rooms, it feels small and personal.

Spacious interiors are as varied as room options: some a little dark and gloomy, others open and light filled, but all offer Balinese ambience and stacks of charm.

A classic, old-school Balinese retreat.

A classic, old-school Balinese retreat. Photo: Sally Arnold

Choose from fan-cooled or air-con rooms, all with hot-water bathrooms, some with tubs, some enclosed and others outdoor-style. Rooms are looking a little tired, so don’t expect slick mod-cons, but it’s somewhat part of Three Brothers’ charm (stay at a chain hotel if that’s your requirement).

We didn’t view all styles of rooms, but we particularly liked the double-storey fan rooms with the thatch-roofed second floor open to the garden and a mosquito net canopied four-poster bed floating mid-room (a little like camping in the tropical jungle). The lower level also houses a mozzie-netted bed, but let us down a little with a rusty fridge and threadbare furniture. The outdoor bathroom with tub and mini garden is appealing though.

Austere and rustic romance.

Austere and rustic romance. Photo: Sally Arnold

The large wonky-kidney-shaped swimming pool feels like a jungle lagoon, shimmering blue and shaded by palms. Broken paving tiles around the edge are a bit of a shame, but once you’ve stretched out on one of the sun lounges, you’ll hardly notice. Included breakfast is served in the hotel’s friendly restaurant street-side on Jalan Padma Utara.

We have a soft spot for Three Brothers Bungalows, but some rooms could do with a little love. The somewhat rustic style is not for everybody, but if you’d like a relaxing place to soak up some Bali vibes, it’s a good option. Confusingly the main entrance for checking in is in a small back lane, not at the signposted entrance on busier Jalan Padma Utara. For upgraded rooms with a little Bali charm (although lacking the stunning garden) consider Baleka Resort or Puri Damai.

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Walk-in rates at Three Brothers Bungalows

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
400,000 rupiah
400,000 rupiah
Deluxe double room
500,000 rupiah
500,000 rupiah
Air-con. Up to 660,000 rupiah.
Superior double room
530,500 rupiah
530,500 rupiah
1,530,000 rupiah
1,530,000 rupiah
Room: Standard double room, low season: 400,000 rupiah, high season 400,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 500,000 rupiah, high season 500,000 rupiah. Notes: Air-con. Up to 660,000 rupiah.
Room: Superior double room, low season: 530,500 rupiah, high season 530,500 rupiah. Notes: Fan.
Room: Suite, low season: 1,530,000 rupiah, high season 1,530,000 rupiah. Notes:

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Where is Three Brothers Bungalows

Three Brothers Bungalows
Jalan Legian Tengah, Legian
T: (0361) 751 566 (0361) 757 224
Coordinates (for GPS): 115º10'5.32" E, 8º42'16.3" S
Room rates: 150,000 to 400,000 Rp

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