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Photo of Ring Sameton InnRing Sameton Inn

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Jalan Raya Sampalan, Toyapakeh T: (0361) 785 3464, (0821) 4676 3612 F: (0361) 785 3465   info@ringsameton-nusapenida.com
http://www.ringsameton-nusapenida.com/

Ring Sameton Inn

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Our rating:
4 stars, based on 1 expert review

The friendly staff at Ring Sameton told us they opened in December 2011, but the grounds and rooms remain so pristine it feels like they opened last week.



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Twelve air-con concrete rooms are built in a motel-style U shape around a small garden. Amenities include flat-screen TV, hot water, a functional desk and chair plus soft double or twin beds. There's WiFi for guests but in the restaurant a sign says you must spend 100,000 rupiah (else it's 3,000 rupiah per hour) -- we didn't check it out. It seems a bit odd that the rooms have been built so snugly together as the grounds are very spacious, but it was probably the more economical option. The restaurant, set in a fledgling colourful garden, is welcoming and clean too. There's no pool -- and low water supplies mean there probably shouldn't ever be -- but the ocean's just across the road; it's just next door to Yayasan Burung too, with Bali starlings nesting just across the road -- in the

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Last updated on 4th October, 2012.


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Ring Sameton Inn

Jalan Raya Sampalan, Toyapakeh
T: (0361) 785 3464, (0821) 4676 3612 F: (0361) 785 3465  
info@ringsameton-nusapenida.com
http://www.ringsameton-nusapenida.com/
Room rates: 150,000 to 400,000 Rp



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