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Welcome to the Nakula Familiar Inn.

The best budget accommodation in Denpasar!

 

8 huge, modern rooms available.

  • All with fans AND the option of air-conditioning.
  • All with private bathrooms and western toilet.
  • All with a small balcony.
  • All with comfortable mattresses.
  • Now with FREE Wi-Fi

 

Welcoming, family-style atmosphere.

  • Cool, calm courtyard in the Balinese style.
  • Beautiful family temple and shrines.
  • Friendly Balinese manager and staff. Ibu Adi speaks excellent english and is always happy to answer your questions.

 

All meals available in our dining area, with a wide selection on offer.

  • Cold water, beer and soft drinks available.
  • Laundry service.

 

Close to the centre of Denpasar. All the major tourist attractions are within walking distance.

  • Pasar Badung. The largest market in Bali.
  • Bali Museum.
  • Pura Agung Jagatnata.
  • Puputan Square.
  • Denpasar Tourist Office.
  • Supermarkets and shopping malls.
  • 2.3km from the Ubung Bus Terminal. Convenient if traveling by bus to or from Java.

 
 
 
Guide Books In English


"The eight rooms at this sprightly urban family compound, which has been a traveller favourite since before Seminyak existed, are clean (some with air-con and cold-water showers only) and have small balconies. The traffic noise isn't too bad and there is a nice courtyard and cafe in the middle. Tegal–Kereneng bemo go along Jl Nakula.

Our independent authors have visited Nakula Familiar Inn and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Denpasar."
Lonely Planet - Bali & Lombok (2013)






"The eight rooms at this sprightly urban family compound are clean (some with air-con and cold-water-only showers only) and have small balconies. The traffic noise isn't too bad and there is a nice little courtyard in the middle."
Lonely Planet - Bali & Lombok (2011)






"Huge, modern rooms, each with a balcony and the choice of fan or a/c, and a welcoming family-style losmen atmosphere are a winning combination for this inviting budget option. It's conveniently located in a traditional northern neighbourhood less than 10min walk from the museum and about 15min from Tegal bemo terminal."
The Rough Guide to Bali & Lombok (2011)






"The eight rooms at this sprightly family-run place are clean (cold-water-only showers, some with air-con) and have small balconies. The traffic noise isn't too bad and there is a nice little courtyard in the middle."
Lonely Planet - Indonesia (2010)






"The Nakula Familiar Inn is a family Losmen."
Frommer's - Bali & Lombok (2010)







"The eight rooms at this sprightly family-run place are clean (cold-water-only showers, some with air-con) and have small balconies. The traffic noise isn't too bad and there is a nice little courtyard in the middle. Tegal-Kereneng bemo go along Jl Nakula."
Lonely Planet - Bali & Lombok (2009)






"Huge, modern rooms, each with a balcony and choice of fan or a/c, and a welcoming family-style losmen atmosphere are a winning combination for this inviting budget option. It's conveniently located in a traditional northern neighbourhood less than 10min walk from the museum and about 15 from Tegal bemo terminal. From Kereneng, take an Ubung-bound bemo to the Jl Abimanyu/JI Veteran junction."
The Rough Guide to Bali & Lombok (2008)




"The eight rooms are decent (cold-water showers only) and clean, and all have a small balcony area. The traffic noise isn't too bad and there is a nice little enclave in the middle. Tegal-Kereneng bemos go along Jl Nakula."
Lonely Planet - Bali & Lombok (2007)






"The eight rooms are decent (cold-water showers only) and clean, and all have a small balcony area. The traffic noise isn't too bad and there is a nice little enclave in the middle. Tegal-Kereneng bemos go along Jl Nakula."
Lonely Planet - Indonesia (2007)






"Welcoming little place whose purpose-built guest rooms, adjacent to the family home, are very spruce and modern, and all have their own balcony, fan and bathroom. Not as cheap as Adi Yasa across the road, but much more comfortable."
The Rough Guide to Bali & Lombok (2006)






"Across the road and 100m west from the Adi Yasa, the eight rooms are decent (cold-water showers only) and clean, and all have a small balcony area. The traffic noise isn't too bad and there is a nice little enclave in the middle. Tegal-Kerenent bemos go along Jl Nakula."
Lonely Planet - Bali & Lombok (2005)





"8 Rooms. Each room has balcony and shower. (not including breakfast, but can buy toast, American breakfast, etc)"
Periplus - Guide To Bali (2005)







The Nakula Familiar Inn is listed in this edition of Let's Go - Southeast Asia (2004).








"Nakula Familiar Inn is the best budget option in town. The large, clean rooms have a private bathroom and decent ceiling fan, and there's a cool shaded and relatively quiet garden. The manager is delightful."
Lonely Planet - Indonesia (2003)






"Spruce modern place, where every room has a balcony and bathroom. Not as popular as Adi Yasa across the road but more comfortable."
The Rough Guide to Indonesia (2003)






"Very spruce, modern and clean, and run by a friendly family. All rooms have their own balcony, fan and bathroom."
The Rough Guide to Bali & Lombok (2002)



 

 

 

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"Petit-déj non compris. Une pension familiale située dans un quartier populaire à l'animation sympathique. Petites chambres simples, avec terrasse. Celles qui sont à l'étage sont plus aérées. La végétation, les cages à oiseaux suspendues et l'autel à offrandes conférent un certain charme à la maison."

Michelin - Indonesie - Java Bali Lombok (2009)

 

 

 

 

"A 5 min à pied du centre, situé non loin du croisement entre la Jl Kartini et la Jl Nakula . . . La meilleure adresse dans sa catégorie, Nakula Familiar Inn possède seulement 8 chambres, mais elles sont vastes, lumineuses et agréablement améneagées (belles menuiseries, jollies lampes, carrelage blanc...). Disposant d'un ventilateur (certaines ont même l'AC en supplément) et d'une salle de bains excellent. Le propriétaire des lieux, le chaleureux Sunu a toujours le sourire et ne manquera pas de vous aider à découvrir Denpasar ou à vous orienter. Les lieux sont assez bruyants mais comme partout en ville! On peut y laisser des sac, avant de repartir si l'on est arrivé trop chargé!"

Petit Futé - Bali (2007)

 

 

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