La Walon is within walking distance of Kuta Beach. Think of Ocean Beach in San Francisco: miles and miles of a-framing peaks, but tropical and an easier paddle.
La Walon Bungalows are located a few blocks up from the beach on Poppies Lane less than a ten-minute walk to the waves.
The equivalent of an American motel, La Walon Bungalows are classy, comfortable and inexpensive. They are also cool, comfortable and built around a large swimming pool.
40 Balinese-style rooms and bungalows are built around a tropical courtyard. Each room is cooled by a fan or air conditioning and features a modern tile bathroom with hot and cold running water.
La Walon’s website says it best: “Feel calm and relax while enjoying the soothing atmosphere in La Walon room’s balcony overlooking an exotic tropical garden hosting colorful ambience of fascinating flora.”
La Walon is within walking distance of miles of A-frame of Kuta Beach.
Kuta is the Waikiki of Bali, a surf zone fronted by a vast tourist maze of luxury hotels, bungalows, cafes, restaurants and more surf shops than you ever thought possible. While typically crowded, this stretch of beach can and does still offer mile after mile of tropical A-frame peaks for surfers of all abilities.
Just south of the hotel, Kuta Reef, Airport Rights and Airport Lefts are a good introduction to the type of long, fast, powerful reef waves lurking farther out on the Bukit Peninsula. These waves break on outer reefs that protect the airport from the ocean and most surfers hire boats for a faster ride out to the lineup.
Surf guides can easily be arranged to access any of the breaks north or south of the hotel.
From December through February the west/north-west trades blow offshore on the right-breaking reefs of the eastern coast. March and April are transition months into the dry season when winds are often light and variable. During these months ocean conditions are glassy with some infrequent and scattered rain showers.
May through early October sees the dry season with little rain and consistent east/southeast winds blowing offshore along the west coast and that long series of lefts running down the Bukit Peninsula from Outside Corner Ulus to Kuta Beach.
May to October is also the best season for Grajagan, when the regular southeast trade winds meet up with Indian Ocean groundswells.
October and November are again transitional months when the rain will start to return and the winds will go slack as they rotate back to northwest.
The weather is warm and humid year round; lows may get into the low/mid 70’s, and highs into the upper 80’s. The warmest and most humid months are December and January while the coolest driest months of the year are June and July.
Water temperatures are mid 70’s to low 80’s following the same pattern as the air temperatures.
Balinese surf season starts up some time in March/April and runs all the way through October, with the biggest swells often occurring May through September.
Other activities besides surfing, shopping, eating, sleeping and partying? You name it. Kuta Beach and the surrounding area offer a zillion activities whether you are a tourist or a traveler. Hanging out on the beach and having all your needs catered to by wandering vendors is a lot of fun. And if you want to try kite surfing, this could be the place to do it.
Kuta has all the sound and fury of the modern world: Internet cafes and bars full of TV screens and modern communications. But travel outside of town and you won’t have to go too far to find old Bali – traditional, tribal, simple.
On/off site activities include:
|Single Air Conditioned||$ 50|
|Twin / Double Air Conditioned||$ 56|
|Extra Bed||$ 15|
|Deluxe Single Air Conditioned||$ 65|
|Deluxe Twin/Double Air Conditioned||$ 78|
|Deluxe Extra Bed||$ 16|
|Airport Transfers one way||Price per person|
|1-4 People||$ 16 pp|
Check in time: after 2pm
Check Out time: . Over stay until 6pm would be charge half price.
Children under 10 years old occupying with their parents no Extra bed required without breakfast, no charge.