5D4N at Dana Guesthouse Bali

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During our 5D4N Bali adventure, Dana Guesthouse Bali was our home. We got their deal at Hostelworld for a deluxe room with a double bed + private transportation + breakfast + airport transfer. The interior of the complex is a nice, shady place with a lot of plants. There are also koi fish in the pond and turtles in the aquarium behind it. The facilities include free, working wifi, air conditioned rooms, a book exchange section, and more.

Our room was more spacious than we had anticipated. The bed is king-sized. There is a closet where you can hang clothes. There are tables and chairs right outside each room. All rooms have a small en-suite toilet and shower, but there’s no sink. The sink is in the common shower area.

Of all the hostels I’ve stayed at, Dana Guesthouse Bali has the best breakfast: pancakes, slices of watermelon, eggs cooked the way you want, two big pieces of toasted bread, butter, jam, and ketchup as well as a choice of tea or coffee. The tea/coffee is complimentary and is available day and night.

To top everything off, we were lucky enough to have a smart, generous, and pleasant English-speaking guide/driver during our stay there. Putu Gede Martika, who is also the owner/manager of Dana Guesthouse Bali, was very helpful. We had great conversations with him during our drives. He answered our questions about Bali culture and Hinduism good-naturedly. We owe him much thanks. 

Hotel Information

Location: Dana Guesthouse Bali, Jalan Pengubugan, Gang Kayu Cendana 8, Banjar Silayukti, Kuta, Kerobokan, IDN
Airbnb page: New Danas Canggu Guest House

I couldn’t view their current rates on their website and on Hostelworld, so I looked at their Facebook page. Apparently, they renovated Dana Guesthouse Bali in December 2015. It is now called New Danas Canggu Guest House and is under new management. They’re renting each bungalow per night for ₱2,129.00 on airbnb.


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