Bali Zen Inn
Jl Sulayakti Bali
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
Welcome to The Zen Inn, Padang Bai, Bali.
We are a small boutique hotel situated near the ferry port and beaches of a traditional balinese fishing village. A perfect base for diving, snorkling or relaxing on on the local white sand beach nearby.
Each of our comfortable, air conditioned, rooms is furnished in a funky, eclectic style. All with double beds, new western bathrooms with hot water power showers and a private courtyard garden with an additional outside shower. Perfect for stargazing as you shower!
Our friendly, comfortable well stocked bar and restaurant serves western and asian food using the finest local ingredients. Our fish of course comes fresh from the local fish market.
Free WiFi is available in all rooms and the restaurant.
We look forward to seeing you here.
Our friendly, comfortable, well stocked bar and restaurant serves western and asian food using the finest local ingredients.
Our fish, of course, comes fresh from the local fishermen.
We have regular BBQ nights which are reasonably priced and very popular.
There are usually a number of daily specials to entice you!
We have 3 Aircon double rooms.
All our refurbished rooms have new western bathrooms with hot water power showers plus private courtyard gardens with an additional shower.
Padang Bai is located on the East coast of Bali approximately 1.5 hours from the airport.
Ubud to the west and Amed to the north are both around 1 hour away.
Zen Inn is located behind the ferry port in Padang Bai and only 1 minutes walk from our village beaches, shops and warungs.
White sand beach is 10 minutes walk as is our great snorkelling beach, Blue Lagoon.
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