Finding an ideal budget friendly motel in Sanur does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Prasanthi Sanur, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Sanur's most popular landmarks, such as Blanjong Inscription (0.5 mi) and Pura Dalem Pengembak (1.2 mi), Prasanthi Sanur is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Prasanthi Sanur provide a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a seating area, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Prasanthi Sanur.
While visiting Sanur, you may want to try some schnitzel at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Beach House Sanur, Gardenia Cafe, or Warung Downtown.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Ghostbird + Swoon and Krisna Painting II, which are some popular Sanur art galleries – all conveniently located a short distance from the motel.
Prasanthi Sanur looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Sanur.
2nd stay at prasanthi, it was like coming home with the warm welcome off ketut. Loved it here again. Basic accomodation but so comfy. Spotlessly clean bed and towels. Room cleaned and linen and towels changed every 4 days. Close to all restaurants and bars but tucked away from all street noise. Loved our stay again. Thank you ketut.
Despite the many drawbacks I stayed here for a considerable period of time (more than a week). Though it is mostly quiet after 00:00, during the day and evening there usually is noise as the place is adjacent to a restaurant where they play music (low sound bass). It is not far from the noisy Sanur highstreet. The dorm room with four beds is outside the Prasanthi compound with higher priced rooms; this room is in the alley facing a wall with some plants in front, which you can hardly call a 'garden view' as is suggested on the booking website. You can not use the kitchen or sit in the garden. Security is weak as Prasanthi is in an alley that can be freely accessed by the public. There are webcams, but for thieves easy to circumvent. Not for guests. Inside the dorm room there is a webcam overseeing the beds, not the lockers! Manager and assistant manager are absent most of the time. Most communication is by email, phone or app. Many rules like you are not allowed to sit on an unused bed, or to put a bag on your bed. No bicycle at additional charge as promised on the website, just a reference to the beach where you can rent one yourself. What really put me off is that I was summoned to leave, while they had not closed the booking. Even with a confirmed booking no extension! Staff was not so friendly after all.…
Background: Newbie to Bali...absolutely NO clue if my accom I book (thru Airbnb by the way) is gonna be a 'lemon' or not...relied heavily on photos and trip advisor reviews to make my overall decision. Firstly: Why Sanur? Easy question...when I mentioned where I was going (to everyone that's been to Bali) they nodded encouragingly---good enough for me Ok...moving right along...I was pleasantly greeted by Ketut and we instantly connected as she spoke and articulated with me in near perfect english (trust me, it felt like a lifeline after my rather challenging airport experience...geez that's another story all on its own) Now...I'm no princess and it's probably not for everyone, so being shown the Double room...to me, I loved that it was part of a very old home which had tonnes of character (it had a warm feel to the whole place, and no I'm not talking about the mugginess either) Noting: If you work FIFO exploration WA & a Coast-ee kiwi, you're 'get' where I'm coming from... Yes...it was basic and the ensuite was a little on the small-ish side and it has good aircon, overall it suited my purpose and I enjoyed my stay Ketut is my hostess (still on holiday...) and she is the loveliest, most helpful...did I mention, the kindest person you would be fortunate enough to meet in Sanur?! We sat down outside my room and I went thru all my newbie questions...you know what, she made awesome recommendations, I booked them thru her and I had a stonkingly good time (my new age word for this year) Recommendations: Ketut (male driver) took me to Orchid Spa Kuta, Matahari Cafe (Jimbaran), Uluwatu temple Mola Mola Express driver took me to Sanur Beach for Nusa Penida West trip Bread basket (across the road) for breakfast Retro restaurant (turn right) for cocktails...get your 'happy-on' and dinner Coco express (turn right) for cheap Bintang lemon beer to top off the evening Things that may be helpful: Room is serviced every 4 days Shared water filter and fridge with roomy next door...kitchen is out of bounds (family room only) Be considerate and turn off aircon and lights when you walk out the door Umm, I think I've covered off on this place...enjoy your stay...I did…
We stayed at Prasanthi Sanur for 3 nights, it was the start of our holiday. The two rooms were basic but very nice. We arrived after midnight and our hostess, Ketut, welcomed us and helped us settle in. The main road was only a few meters away but it was a peaceful little spot. The beach was close bt maybe not the best for swimming, lots of seaweed and not very deep water. We had breakfast at the restaurant next door and it was very good and cheap.
Such a nice, clean and tidy place, that is also complemented by the kindly receptivity of Ketut. In addition, she provides orientation about places to visit and where and how much pay on average for laundry.