Situated in Ubud, 1.2 km from Monkey Forest Ubud, Purana Suite Ubud features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a bar. This should be a five-star hotel, rather than four-star. We absolutely loved everything.
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, bar, garden and free WiFi, Kebun Indah is located in Ubud, less than 1 km from Monkey Forest Ubud and 2 km from Ubud Palace. Overall was a great experience. The room was very large and beautiful.
Nestled in the heart of Ubud while surrounded by lush rice fields and located just a 5-minutes easy stroll from Ubud Monkey Forest, Plataran Ubud Hotel & Resort offers calm atmosphere with 2... I like the little things they do like a snack for the evening and notes to remind you about your...
Sabana Ubud features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and garden in Ubud. This 4-star hotel offers a concierge service and valet parking. It is new hotel but with very experienced and helpful staff.
Surrounded by greenery, Hotel Puriartha Ubud is set 1.7 km from Ubud Monkey Forest. The hotel features an on-site bar and a year-round outdoor pool. On-site parking and WiFi are free to use. I was very impressed by the hotel’s ambience, staff and cleanliness.
Situated conveniently in the Pengosekan district of Ubud, Lili House Ubud is set 600 metres from Monkey Forest Ubud, 1.9 km from Ubud Market and 2 km from Ubud Palace. Breakfast in bed....hard to beat! Rooms were more like suites, beautiful, new, friendly staff, super...
Located in Ubud, 800 metres from Ubud Monkey Forest, Sapodilla Ubud features a large outdoor pool surrounded by lush greenery. Everything was beyound our best expectations. The room was big, very clean and comfortable.
Green Field Hotel and Restaurant is surrounded by peaceful rice fields in South Ubud, a 10-minute walk from the Monkey Forest. Lovely,peaceful and so relaxing place. I booked first 2 nights and stayed total 4 nights.
More than just an outstanding collection of incredible Balinese art, Arma is truly an oasis, a 'living museum' as they say, where you can meander through the gardens enjoying the elaborate carvings and maybe see some artists at work or sit in the shade by the only rice fields in downtown Ubud and enjoy some tasty snacks allowing yourself to be inspired by the beauty of it all. The word 'museum' does not do it justice. Just go, you will love it.