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Uma by COMO Ubud - Ubud Hotels
AU$494

Uma by COMO Ubud

Jalan Raya Sanggingan,Banjar Lungsiakan, Ubud - Map
 
 
"Beautiful and relaxing....."
Excellent 5star experience from beginning to end..
Traveller from Victoria
Overlooking the green, rolling Tjampuhan Valley and located amid rich forestland, this inland resort is on the fringe of Ubud …More
Alaya Ubud - Ubud Hotels
AU$207

Alaya Ubud

Jl. Hanoman, Ubud - Map
 
 
"good location - relaxing stay"
good location located off a street with a lot of amenity.
A Traveller
Royal Pita Maha - Ubud Hotels
AU$874

Royal Pita Maha

Desa Kedewatan, Ubud - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (84 reviews)
Overlooking the Ayung River at Batukurung, this resort is set among rice paddies and tropical forests less than two km (one …More
Ayung Resort Ubud - Payangan Hotels
AU$323

Ayung Resort Ubud

Desa Melinggih Kelod, Banjar Begawan, Payangan - Map
 
 
"Beautiful resort, great value "
This resort is fantastic. I would recommend it to anyone wanting a quiet getaway. The service was impeccable, restaurant food absolutely delicious, and room clean and lovely. And best free breakfasts and afternoon teas ever! I would love to stay again!
Traveller from Canberra, Australia
Kamandalu Ubud - Ubud Hotels
AU$430

Kamandalu Ubud

Jalan Andong, Banjar Nagi, Ubud - Map
 
 
"Beautiful grounds, away from the hustle of Ubud. "
The resort grounds are the stand out. The standard rooms are simple and spacious with big bath and outside shower - there could have been more clothes storage, and the standard rooms at $550 per night do not have DVDs players. The staff are lovely natured, but lack western training in the dining room and kitchen. The breakfast was disappointing, as although breakfast is available until 10am, the hot food was sitting cold at 9.30am when we arrived - the staff also expect you to keep used cutlery for the entire sitting, and they are slow to clear dirty plates from the table. Lunch by the pool wasn't that great either. I would recommend going out to eat - there are some superb traditional restaurants in town. The hotel shuttles can be over crowded with hotel guests, so be prepared to get a taxi - which will cost about $5 each way. The yoga room has an amazing view and the infinity pool with sun bed deck is the most tranquil place to escape for relaxing.
Traveller from Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Hanging Gardens of Bali - Ubud Hotels
AU$958

Hanging Gardens of Bali

Desa Buahan, Ubud - Map
 
 
"Pure Relaxation "
This place is absolutely amazing and well worth the money. So peaceful and relaxing with your own amazing private pool at your villa overlooking breathtaking views. The staff are incredibly friendly with service that is second to none. Will definitely stay there again.
Traveller from Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
KajaNe Mua - Ubud Hotels
AU$222

KajaNe Mua

Monkey Forest St., Ubud - Map
 
 
"Amazing hotel right in the centre of Ubud"
Wow! We felt like celebrities staying in the amazing 1 bedroom villa with private pool. You feel like you are in another world with Nature all around you but you are in the heart of UBud. So quiet when you walk into the resort.
Traveller from Geraldton
Elephant Safari Park Lodge - Taro Hotels

Elephant Safari Park Lodge

Jalan Elephant Park Taro, Taro - Map
 
 
"Great intimate experience"
I had a ball visiting with the resident pachyderms. I loved watching bath time each morning which should be renamed funk a tourist and feeding the elephants was a wonderful experience.
Traveller from Adelaide, Australia
Pita Maha - Ubud Hotels
AU$335

Pita Maha

Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Ubud - Map
 
 
"An unforgettable hotel . . . "
Stay here with my wife for a belated honeymoon and was just so happy with the quality and environment this hotel provided. Great attention to detail - beautiful room. Definitely get one with your own plunge pool. My only gripes (which were really minor) were it would have been nice to have better room service capability and some better coverage from a food/beverage/service in the main pool area. The positives far outweigh the negatives though and I would highly recommend anyone I know to stay here . . .
Traveller from Brisbane, QLD
Wapa Di Ume Resort - Ubud Hotels
AU$344

Wapa Di Ume Resort

JI. Suweta Banjar Bentuyung, Ubud - Map
 
 
"Escape"
Fabulous experience, set in the middle of paddy fields and remnants of lush jungle. Quiet and peaceful with exceptional staff
Traveller from south australian
The location of the Waka Di ume in Bali is very close to the centre of the Ubud village. The resort is situated by the side …More

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    Surrounded by pale blue waters, the island province of Bali, Indonesia, offers the perfect balance of peaceful escape and non-stop action. Whether you want a lazy lagoon holiday or a surfer’s paradise, pack your best togs and sunnies and get yourself to Bali ASAP. You don’t want to miss the next dazzling sunset over Pura Tanah Lot Temple.

    As a resort island, accommodation in Bali is plentiful, especially around the southern towns of North and South Kuta and along the northern coastline. At Wotif, we suggest a scientific way to select Bali hotels: Look at pretty beach photos, choose your favourite, and stay nearby. You’re welcome.

    Things to Do in Bali

    In Bali, travellers have the perfect opportunity to chill out—on the beach, by the pool at their Bali accommodation or surrounded by natural beauty at the Sekumpul Waterfalls in Singaraja. The trick is settling on the right beach—this is what we call an embarrassment of riches. You won’t forget the name of Padang Padang Beach, since you have to say it twice. Great for swimming and gorgeous views, Padang Padang was one of the filming locations for a Julia Roberts flick about food, personal reflection and affection—sorry, the actors won’t be there. Meet other primates at the Sacred Monkey Sanctuary in Ubud, slightly inland from the southern coast. If you’d rather make finned friends, grab snorkelling gear and dive into the pristine waters at Crystal Bay. To participate in a cultural event and immerse yourself in the customs and cuisine of Indonesia, book accommodation near the Bali Convention Centre, where you can take in a traditional dance show, sample island eats and stay close to all the action in waterfront South Kuta.

    Getting To & Around Bali

    Select flights to Bali that touch down at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar on Bali’s southern coast. You won’t have to look far to stare into the depths of the Indian Ocean or to get to one of the smashing hotels in Bali for check-in. To get around the island, take advantage of public buses, which stop in the popular neighbourhoods. If you aren’t good at sharing, that’s OK—you’re on holiday! Taxis are abundant, so hail some metered wheels. Otherwise, book one of Wotif’s car hires to cruise Bali with the windows down, but remember that there will be traffic.

    Best Time to Visit Bali

    The island’s rainy season covers October through March, but these intermittent warm showers won’t keep you indoors with hot tea. If you prefer total sunshine from dawn to dusk, consider visiting during the drier off-season between April and September. As you plan, keep colourful local festivals in mind, from the lunar New Year celebrations in March to the Bali Arts Festival in June, as well as several other opportunities to celebrate in Bali.

    Let’s be real, it’s always a good time to book a Bali holiday, especially with Wotif. Our travel sleuths have scouted out great deals on airfares and accommodation, so you can mix and match the getaway of your dreams.

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