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This summer, in July, we had the pleasure to stay at the wonderful Puri Santrian Resort in Sanur, Bali. A huge post about our Bali trip will follow shortly, but in the meantime I will let the pictures speak. Grab yourself a tea or coffee, lean back, and enjoy your virtual stay at Puri Santrian in Sanur.
We stayed at the Santrian Club, which is adults only and comes with a pool for everyone. Our room was big, spacious, and offered everything we needed. The bed was super comfortable and perfect after a long journey.
Every day, fresh fruits are delivered to your room. And I couldn't wait to try them all out. Do I need to mention that the breakfast at Puri Santrian was a highlight? There were too many good things to try out and also some Balinese specialties like rice cakes (You need to try them!)
There's a station where you can ask for omelete, sunny side up, scrambled eggs, pancakes and even waffles (Which the kids of the hotel loved. And me too).
As a Sanur Club resident, there are a few reasons to be happy. I mean, there are already a few like staying at the resort, having a beautiful room surrounded by lush greens, and a pool. Not to forget you also get vouchers for afternoon coffee or tea (comes along with some delicious treats!) If you're a little snacker like me, you will enjoy this offer a lot. And you won't miss it for sure. It's great to take a break from the pool or the beach and sit there, enjoying the food and view over the beach at the same time. The Puri Santrian has a private 200 m long sandy beach. Sanur beach is a beautiful white sand beach. There are no high waves like in other parts of the island, therefore it's perfect for families and for people who feel safer without big waves. One of the highlights is a floating pavilion in the water.
The resort is huge and therefore even if you walk from one building to the other, you get to see nice statues, flowers, and ponds with fishes. I instantly started to walk slower to soak all of the Balinese beauty in. Their employees are so friendly and lovely, everyone is greeting you.
The resort is huge and it would be a pity not to discover it all. Unfortunately, we only stayed for two days. I think 2-4 days is the perfect time frame to stay here. If you like to take it easy, why not stay longer? What about one pool a day? Or switch from the pool to the beach and vice versa.
A big thank you goes out to Puri Santrian Resort. Thanks for having us and for making our stay so beautiful and memorable.
*We were invited to stay at Puri Santrian Resort. My opinion and my experiences are, as always, my own.