One poster (stonemsp) believes that under the law, all vacation rentals must accept service animals or assistance animals. "Service animals" is the terminology used in the ADA and has been limited to service dogs only by the Department of Justice."Assistance animals" is the terminology used by HUD in regard to the Fair Housing Act and is defined much more broadly.) I think that the answer is "it depends" - some vacation rental properties may have to accept service animals/assistance animals, others may not.After a long long flight out of Europe we arrived at Den Pasar, Bali late in the evening.The driver from the villa was waiting for us in the arrival hall with our names written on it and a airco VAN took us to the Villa. In the villa the staf was waiting with a welcome drink and after a very short "check in and welcome festivities" we went to our lovely villa and had a shower.We were treated like Royalties and felt very spoiled every single day again. Seminyak is a lovely tourist place but I can imagine that it can be a little to much.
(I know, I know, we hear that a lot in the Community, but it is a good idea to keep in mind!The staff was waiting for us for the welcome diner, we had a delicious Indonesian meal with a beer or two and went to bed for a wel deserved sleep.We spent two weeks at Villa Kelapa with the 3 of us.So lovely to walk into the garden and have a cup of coffee or tea in the morning, or a Bintang after spending the day at the beach.You instantly feel the relaxed atmosphere with the beautiful plants and the birds surrounding you. My friends said to me that choosing villa kelapa is the most sensible decision. The staff were eager to assist with absolutely everything and service was impeccable.