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You haven't seen Lovina,
If you haven't seen
" Lovina Beach Hotel "
.
Do not experiment with something unknown.
If you want to stay at the right place, just ask the original place with real name
Therefore, we advise the visitors, in our humble opinion to be aware of it and
always insist upon true information regarding the place and the accommodation
you choose. Therefore, we recommend Lovina Beach Hotel.
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LOVINA SINCE 1953
History
The First Hotel
A.A. PANDJI TISNA
A.A. NGURAH SENTANU
Lovina Beach Hotel was founded by the late Anak Agung Pandji Tisna in 1953. His next of kin, Anak
Agung Ngurah Sentanu, became the owner and manager since 1959.
Lovina Beach Hotel was the first hotel in the area. In the beginning, it was a simple lodging composed
of a restaurant and three guest rooms on the beach. The original name of the beach was Pantai
Kampung Baru ("pantai" means beach), and the village's name was Tukadcebol (now Kaliasem). The
weather moderate mostly all  years and location are very convenience where the calm sea hugs the
shore.

"Lovina" rapidly gained its popularity inside and outside the country because Pandji Tisna was a
novelist as well as a columnist with some foreign publications. Immediately Pandji Tisna was taking
in guest.

When tourism flourished in Bali around 1980, the one and only destination spot in the Northern Coast
of Bali was Lovina. The little Lovina and the home stays were filled with visitors. The result was
obvious. Many tourist facilities like hotels, restaurants and others were set up spontaneously around
the villages of Kaliasem and Kalibukbuk, to accommodate the tourists.
Followed by Pandji Tisna's youngsters another lodging or the so called "home stays" were built close
by, Hotel Tasik Madu, Manggala Homestay and Ayodia Accommodation. In turn, Lovina Beach Hotel
was extensively renovated.

At that time, tourist business was new to the local people, they just copied "Lovina". They simply
think to be successful in the tourist business they must use the name "Lovina" otherwise their
business would be out. Lovina was so overwhelming and combined a number of six or more "native
villages", i.e. Kalibukbuk, Anturan, Tukadmungga, Pemaron, and Temukus and of course, its
birthplace Tukadcebol (Kaliasem)  under the name "Lovina Beach Resort". Until now, Lovina is still
copied freely and used by the people without knowing its origin.