Je-Je Resort, Legian

Well, what a strange place! I only came across it by accident as the hotel blends in very well with its surroundings and is therefore very hard to find. The hotel has a strange “how the f*** do you pronounce that” name (Je-Je) and only a few staff. It also claims to be a “resort” - but that’s only in the very loosest sense of the word!

Je-Je Resort, Legian

The rooms (all 21 of them) are on three levels and they overlook a modest-sized swimming pool.

Je-Je Resort, Legian

What’s bizarre is the pricing – the most expensive rooms are on the ground floor, slightly cheaper rooms are on the first floor, and the cheapest rooms are up on the second floor! This obviously says a lot about the guests who stay here: they don’t like to walk! But perhaps that’s understandable - especially as many of them are probably not going to be very keen on negotiating the stairs after a heavy night’s drinking!

The rooms themselves are pretty good for a budget hotel, so no complaints there. What could make or break your stay, though, are the other guests. Get a bunch of noisy yobs and it could well turn into a nightmare. Bar something unpleasant like that, this hotel comes recommended provided you don’t mind having to walk 20 minutes to get to the beach. Have fun!

Je-Je Resort
Jl. Padma Utara 100


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