The jail’s greying walls touch paradise. Step outside and it’s sun-kissed beaches, five star restaurants & luxury hotels. Step inside – and it’s hell on earth. This book, written by an Australian journalist with unprecedented access to inside, paints a graphic picture of life in the jail and is not for the faint-hearted. It flirts with dark comedy, but is thick with tragic and shocking stories of tourists and international drug traffickers checked in to Hotel K. It’s a place that’s been home to Gordon Ramsay’s drug addict brother, Ronnie Ramsay, Bali King Cok Pemecutan, Australian beauty school student Schapelle Corby, the Bali Nine, English ecstasy dealer Steve Turner, as well as unlucky tourists and surfers from across the globe. Simultaneously mesmerising and stomach-turning, Hotel Kerobokan paints a confronting picture. Everything you’ve heard is true. And there’s much, much more than you ever imagined there could be.