Enjoy magical locations fronting world-class surf breaks, exotic design, great beats and a friendly community spirited atmosphere. Komune is dedicated to connecting adventurous, fun-loving, environmentally conscious travellers who share a passion for surf and beach culture. Komune provides a variety of stylish accommodation to suit all budgets, from share accommodation through to Luxury Villas
Komune is “a surfing lifestyle”.
Komune provides a variety of stylish accommodation to suit all budgets, from share accommodation through to bungalows, villas and luxury penthouses.
Everyone gets to join in the action at Komune – Just like out in the lineup.
Komune is “a surfing lifestyle”.
The Beach Club & Resort overlook the now world famous Keramas right-hand reef break in Gianyar Bali and is easily connectable with Bali’s famous and not so famous east coast waves.
Komune Beach Club is designed as your all day place to hang, re-charge and charge. Kick back & listen to tunes, scope the net, check the waves and mix good times with good people.
The daily selection of fresh produce off the menu will ensure that all tastes and appetites are catered for at all times of day and those of you with a thirst will be checking out the spectacle by the pool for sunset sessions or chilling to the latest movies around the pool deck on the grass lawn cinema or just kicking back and soaking up the rays on a hammock.
Co-owner and former World No. 2 Pro Surfer Luke Egan comments, “Komune is committed to a number of green
Initiatives to enhance and protect the environment, preserve our local ecosystem and protect the wave and the river systems that flow around it.”
“Komune initiatives include solar powered bungalows, LED lighting, water harvest and purification, cross-flow ventilation,
Sewer management, and river channel and beach management, cleaning and monitoring.”
Komune Bali provides a unique level of accommodation ranging from resort rooms all the way to private luxury Villa accommodation with all levels of travelers
Komune resort rooms are designed as a home base with all the basic luxuries you need to either kick start your Balinese day of adventure or chill and relax after fitting in more than you thought was possible in a day!
Komune resort rooms include all of the basic luxuries you would expect in a tropical Balinese resort on the island of the God’s. Each room features your choice of a double bed or 2 two singles, a private ensuite with shower, high speed in room Wi-Fi internet available, satellite TV, couch and study desk, in-room safe, ceiling fan and of course air-conditioning to take the edge off.
Komune resort room guests have all day access to the Beach Club and all of the facilities it offers with a choice of dining options and Wi-Fi connection.
Komune at Keramas is a 25 minute drive from Sanur.
• Continue past Sanur along the Ngurah Rai Bypass approximately 10 minutes
• Turn right onto the Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus mantra Bypass and continue along the new 4 lane highway for approximately 15 minutes
• When you arrive at the traffic lights for the right turn to Pura Masceti (before the Bali safari & marine Park) do a U-turn. Continue for approximately 1100m until you find the left turn to Pantai Keramas (Keramas beach) car park.
• Komune is located on the left turn halfway to the beach car park at Keramas.
• 45 minutes from Ngurah Rai international Airport in Denpasar
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.
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