Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa Hotel in Kuta, Bali

by Santorini Dave • Updated: February 25, 2019

Review of Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa in Bali.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – Surprisingly spacious and admirably tranquil, even in the midst of chaotic Kuta.

Unlike its neighbors, this is a genuine boutique resort, well-established and not part of some impersonal international chain. The resort is only a minute’s stroll from the world-class Beachwalk Shopping Center and just across the (busy) road from the famed Kuta Beach with its legendary sunsets. And all types of accommodation are far from the incessant traffic. Those in the three-level block are comfortable, featuring chic wooden design, but not as alluring as the cottages which offer seclusion and privacy behind vine-smothered stone walls. The pool is enormous for the limited number of guests, the extensive tropical gardens are covered with abundant Balinese statues and shady palms, and there’s even a tiny rice-field.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – The Location

  • Address: Along the southern part of Jalan Pantai Kuta, the beachside road heading north one-way. In Kuta, the major tourist region in Bali.
  • Area: Faces the road, just across from the world-renowned Kuta Beach. Endless places to eat, drink, and shop in all directions.
  • How to Get There: The only way to/from the airport is by metered taxi or chartered car with a driver. This takes about 25 minutes, depending on traffic.
  • Handy to: All the facilities at Kuta. Beachwalk Shopping Center.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – The Basics

  • Guests: Most guests are couples, who appreciate the vibe so different to a mega-resort.
  • Beach: Just across the road, Kuta Beach is wide and shady, with plenty of drink stalls on the sand. Waves can be rough, however, often more suitable for surfers, so take care and swim between the flags.
  • Views: Cottages are secluded, so they all overlook the gardens and/or internal path. Most rooms are not in blocks high enough to offer sea views, except the Royal Ocean Suites.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: None.

  • Wi-Fi: Available free throughout the resort.
  • How to Book: Booking.com will have the best rates.
  • Phone: (0)361 3349 090
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: kutaseaviewhotel.com

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – Amenities

  • Pool: Shaped like a surfboard, the pool is huge considering the limited number of guests.
  • Spa: The Royal Rama Spa is especially classy and offers a wide variety of soothing treatments.
  • Fitness Center: None.
  • For Families: Cots.
  • Activities: Several free activities, including how to make satays, Balinese offerings, and cocktails.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – Food and Drink

  • Restaurants & Bars: Rosso Vivo Italian Dine and Lounge – Around since 2006. Elegant cuisine, bright red (“rosso vivo” in Italian) décor, and live music. Open early from 7.30 am for breakfast. • Poolside Bar – From 7 am to midnight, with a DJ spinning the latest dance tracks.
  • Breakfast: All rates include breakfast.
  • Room Service: Available from 9 am to 10 pm.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – Rooms

  • Room Types: Deluxe Rooms • Lanai Deluxe Garden Rooms • Lanai Deluxe Facing to Sea • Family Rooms; Premier Deluxe Cottages • One Bedroom Suites • Family Suite Rooms • Royal Ocean Suites
  • Smoking Rooms: No smoking in the rooms but permitted on the balconies/verandas and elsewhere.
  • Best Room: Best possible sea views are from the Royal Ocean Suites which are also twice as spacious as the Deluxe Rooms.
  • For Families: Family Rooms can accommodate 4 but feel cramped. Better are the Family Suite Rooms which feature the same décor and are more spacious.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – Local Transport

  • Walking: Walkable to everything that Kuta has to offer.
  • Public Transport: In lieu of any public transport, the Kura-Kura Bus company links Kuta with Ubud and the rest of southern Bali but schedules are convoluted and routes confusing.
  • Cars, Motorbikes, & Taxis: To go anywhere within southern Bali, hire metered taxis which are abundant, cheap, and comfortable. For longer distances, organize a chartered car with driver (for a negotiable fare) at the hotel. Driving a car is not recommended anywhere in Bali, and renting one in Tuban/Kuta is madness. Motorbikes are easy to rent and useful for getting around the backstreets of Tuban/Kuta/Legian but not so elsewhere in southern Bali.
  • Shuttle Bus: To reach another town outside of southern Bali, e.g. Ubud, buy a ticket at a travel agency for a shuttle bus. The main operator, Perama, provides services all over Bali from its office on Jalan Legian street in Kuta, 850m away (quicker on foot than taxi). 11-minute walk.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – What’s Nearby?

Restaurants & Bars

  • About 350m south (4-minute walk), the Hard Rock Hotel offers numerous choices, including the Hard Rock Café for hefty burgers, rock memorabilia, and live music until the wee hours. Several familiar fast-food outlets are also within a few minutes’ walk north of the Kuta Seaview.
  • Nowhere along the beachside road offers sea views, and most are very noisy. All places listed below are along the far quieter Poppies Lane I which heads inland about 90m south. 1-minute walk.
  • Sandbar Kuta – Renowned position (on the corner of the main road and Poppies Lane I) for people-watching and cocktails. Also popular for all-day breakfast, outside bar, and tempting food specials. 1-minute walk.
  • Pronto Pizza – Casual street-side setting and authentic food, including pasta and focaccia. 50m past the Sandbar. 2-minute walk.
  • Kuta Puri Restaurant – Classic Kuta-style eatery for the usual Indonesian and Western standards. Children’s meals and Indian food. Opposite the Pronto. 2-minute walk.
  • The Victory Bar & Restaurant – Adorable courtyard setting very rare in Kuta. Even more uncommon are the drag queen shows. About 500m from the hotel. 6-minute walk.
  • Club Havana Bali Restaurant & Bar – Kebabs, tortas, and grilled seafood. Well-liked hangout with chessboard, live music, and children’s meals. Just past The Victory. 6-minute walk.


  • The beachside road and Poppies Lane I are absolutely jam-packed with minimarts and shops of various quality. A congregated and more varied selection of places to eat, drink, and shop in comfort is at the world-class Beachwalk Shopping Center, less than 100m north up the beachside road. 1-minute walk.

Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa – The Hotel

The hotel is located in the tourist area of Kuta.

The hotel is along the beachside road in Kuta, the main tourist area in Bali.

The hotel is located right opposite Kuta Beach.

Just across the road from the hotel entrance is the famous Kuta Beach.

The pool has several lounge chairs around it.

There are plenty of bright lounge chairs alongside the hotel pool.

The hotel has a very inviting vibe.

The hotel is more inviting than most mega-resorts around the general area.

A classy spa is located by the lobby.

Near the lobby is the classy spa.

The Rosso Vivo restaurant is known for its classy Italian food.

The Rosso Vivo (bright red) restaurant at the front of the hotel offers a range of classy Italian food.

The hotel restaurant offers great street views.

The hotel restaurant is perfect for watching all that’s happening along the beachside road.

The on-site bar services the restaurant and pool guests.

A bar services guests at the hotel restaurant and pool.

The delightful cottages sport a modern yet traditional design.

Cottages are delightful and feature a modern yet traditional design.

Cottages are lined close to each other along a narrow path.

Some cottages are lined along a narrow path, quite close together.

Some cottage are raised and offer privacy.

The better cottages are raised, offering a little more seclusion and privacy.

Suites are located in modern blocks.

Suites are in more modern blocks which are still attractive, blending in nicely with the traditional-style cottages.

Cottages are comfortable and feature 4-poster beds.

All cottages are very comfortable and feature a 4-poster bed.

The suites feature a modern Balinese decor.

The décor in the suites is modern, but still Balinese in style.

The suites have a nice lounge area.

Suites feature a likeable lounge area.

Poppies Lane I nearby has several shops and eateries.

Poppies Lane I, which starts about 70m south of the hotel, is bursting with places to eat, drink, and shop.

Sandbar is very popular for its food specials.

On the corner of the beachside road and Poppies Lane I, the Sandbar is popular for its food specials.

Pronto Pizza café is located close to the Sandbar.

Just 50m along Poppies Lane I from the Sandbar is the inviting Pronto Pizza café.

The Kuta Puri Restaurant offers a great choice of food, including for children.

Opposite Pronto, the Kuta Puri Restaurant offers a wide range of food, including meals for children.

The Victory Bar & Restaurant is famous for its drag queen shows.

About 500m from the hotel entrance, the shady Victory Bar & Restaurant is famous for its drag queen shows.

Club Havana guarantees a fun night out.

A fun night out is guaranteed at the Club Havana, just past the Victory.

A Hard Rock Café outlet is down the beachside road.

Only 350m south down the beachside road is an outlet of the renowned Hard Rock Café.

The Beachwalk Shopping Center has a lot of shops and eateries.

And less than 100m north of the hotel, the excellent Beachwalk Shopping Center is loaded with places to eat and shop.

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