The first day we arrived at Abian Biu, it seemed very quaint and cute. We got a great price thru Expedia, and it suited our basic needs. Each morning we received an Indonesian breakfast with fresh juice. A couple days into our 6 night stay, there was loud construction going on literally right outside our window. Considering we saw two other occupants checking in and out during our entire stay, it seemed that we could have been moved to a room in the back where there was not loud construction until 10PM every night. As the days went on, more trees were uprooted for relocation, hotel decor and appliances were packed, and almost all of the hotel rooms were being renovated. Since we deliberately chose a budget hotel, all these things were not completely shocking... until the last day before we were to leave for the airport, there was not an employee to be found, the girl delivering our breakfast said there would be no fresh juice because the blender was coincidentally "broken" (probably packed up), and when we picked up the phone to call the front desk for a cab, it turned out the phone lines had been shut off. Even with low expectations for a budget hotel, it seemed the hotel could have made easy adjustments to make our stay more pleasant in light of the fact that we were apparently their last guests before they shut down for a total renovation.For our next trip to Bali, I will choose a hotel closer to the beach. This place was a 45 minute drive to everywhere we wanted to go.