I stayed here twice during my 3 week trip - en-route to Bedugul from Pandang Pandang and again at the end of my trip as it's close to the airport. The staff were really helpful/welcoming and even remembered my name when I turned up the second time (I hadn't booked).
The hostel is above an Italian Restaurant called "Pizzeria Romana" (it's easier to find if you look for the restaurant rather than the name of the hostel). It's possible to have breakfast in the restaurant and the food looked yummy, but I didn't eat there - although I did have a very tasty (and CHILLED) coconut water before leaving for the airport in the evening. There was free drinking water from the dispenser in the restaurant and I was allowed to keep a bottle in the fridge.
The dorm rooms are large, clean, have air-conditioning and each bed has a lockable cupboard, shelves and a plug socket. The dorm on the 1st floor has 2 toilets and 2 showers, each as a separate cubical and they are outside of the dorm room. However, on the second floor they are in the room and there are 2 cubicles each with a shower and toilet. At times the water was warm, but it was never icy cold and after a day at the beach/out walking the water temperature was very refreshing. A minor downside to the bathrooms was a lack of sink (used the shower to wash hands and brush teeth) and also there was no hook to hang a towel/clothes, but it is possible to manage without.
The hostel is in walking distance (15mins at a leisurely pace) from the southern end of Jimbaran beach and there are plenty of Warung en-route. If you turn right out of the hostel and cross the road, after about 100m there is a cheap little supermarket. If you're not renting a bike, it's really easy to order Go-Jek and I managed to get the local "Trans Sarbagita" bus to Denpasar. It took me a while to find the stop as no one seemed to know what I was taking about, but eventually I found a stop. The stop I used was on 'By Pass Ngurah Rai Street' - just past the junction with 'Jl. Ulun Siwion' - search "Halte Jimbaran 1" in Google Maps. The buses run approximately every hour on the hour and cost 3500Rp.
The hostel is on a main road, so if you're a light sleeper you might need a pair or earplugs, but overall I was really happy with both of my stays here.