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Ubud Green Resort Villas - Ubud Hotels

Ubud Green Resort Villas

Jln. Sriwedari No. 8, Ubud - Map
4.5 out of 5 (52 reviews)
SenS Hotel and Spa Conference Ubud Town Centre - Ubud Hotels

SenS Hotel and Spa Conference Ubud Town Centre

Jl. Sukma Banjar Tebesaya, Ubud - Map
close to main street of Ubud and very friendly staff
A Traveller
The Lokha Ubud - Ubud Hotels

The Lokha Ubud

Had such an amazing time! Would have loved to stay longer
A Traveller
Viceroy Bali - Ubud Hotels

Viceroy Bali

Jalan Lanyahan, Banjar Nagi, Ubud - Map
4.8 out of 5 (90 reviews)
In the tranquillity of Bali Island, exclusive villas await guests in a sumptous environment redefining the word luxury, the …More
Kamandalu Ubud - Ubud Hotels

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
Dwaraka The Royal Villas - Ubud Hotels

Dwaraka The Royal Villas

Sriwedari St. No 11 B, Ubud - Map
Alaya Ubud - Ubud Hotels

Alaya Ubud

Jl. Hanoman, Ubud - Map
Relaxing stay next to the Yoga Barn experience and great nearby restaurants
A Traveller
Hotel Tjampuhan Spa - Ubud Hotels

Hotel Tjampuhan Spa

Jalan Raya Tjampuhan, P.O. Box 198, Ubud - Map
"Finally found the soul of Bali"
This place is just amazing, most picturesque escape I've ever had. I'm always searching for the wow factor of this oasis, however rarely find anything close to this gem! Recommend without any hesitation.
Traveller from Melbourne
Located on the bank of the Tjampuhan River, this hotel is set on a terraced hillside overlooking a lily pond one km (one-half …More
Maya Ubud Resort and Spa - Ubud Hotels

Maya Ubud Resort and Spa

Jalan Gunung Sari, Peliatan, Ubud - Map
"Maya Ubud"
Exquisite site, staff, food phenomenal. rooms , villas tired , not up to spec or cleanliness for rates charged. The site and experience incredible would go back in heart beat and would stay in rooms rather than Villas.
Traveller from R New Zealand
Set on a hillside and surrounded by ten hectares of tropical gardens, this resort is nearby to Ubud Village and the Ayung …More
KajaNe Mua - Ubud Hotels

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

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    Pocket Guide: Ubud

    Wot about a break in Bali? Stay in one of our Ubud hotels and you'll be right in the middle of Bali's cultural hub. Visit traditional temples, wander beside lush rice paddies and pop into local workshops to watch Balinese handicrafts being made. There’s also a Hollywood connection here; many of the scenes from the blockbuster movie "Eat, Pray, Love" starring Julia Roberts were filmed here.


    Ever since a Javanese priest visited Ubud in the eighth century, it has been a centre for Balinese culture and Buddhist practices. People originally flocked to Ubud for medicine and healing; the term "ubud" means "medicine" in the ancient Balinese dialect. These days it's still considered a destination for healing and wellbeing with heaps of temples, yoga centres and spas to visit.

    Things to do

    After all the massages, spa treatments and yoga sessions you can handle, you can pay a visit to the Sacred Monkey Forest. Yes, there are real live monkeys here. Yes, they are cute and yes, they are wild, so hold onto your belongings otherwise these rascally critters will snatch them. Take lots of photos and enjoy the surroundings but do keep your distance from the grey-haired Macaques.

    For a classic Ubud experience, walk through the carved demon's mouth of the Elephant Cave and marvel at the pretty pools surrounded by courtyards that await you inside.

    Shopping and dining

    There are lots of shops along Monkey Forest Road, where you can pick up traditional arts and crafts including wooden carvings and beautiful silver jewellery.

    When you're not busy downing cocktails and Bintang beer, you can indulge in traditional Balinese street food like nasi goreng and spit-roasted pork. If you get a taste for the local flavours and you want to replicate them when you go back home, why not take a cooking class while you're here? But if you need to give your tum a rest from the curries and you're craving some western food, hit up Naughty Nuri, an American barbeque restaurant with a big reputation.

    Getting here and around

    To get to Ubud, snag one of these cheap flights to Bali and then take a taxi or mini van from the airport. Once you're in Ubud, you can hire a scooter or bicycle to get around if you don't want to have to hire out a driver.

    Don’t wait – just do it! Book your Ubud accommodation with us now and get ready for a mind-blowing cultural experience in Bali.


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