Classy with a strong flavour of Bali, it's a sanctuary in the heart of Ubud. Most comfortable bed I've slept on for years. Great breakfast included and delightful attentive staff. The pool is excellent
I loved every moment of my stay here. Stellar room and view, yoga facility and pool are stunning, and the staff is the best I've seen in any hotel anywhere. They are so professional but also so kind. And the breakfast is to die for!
Overlooking the green, rolling Tjampuhan Valley and located amid rich forestland, this inland resort is on the fringe of Ubud …More
My friend and I stayed at the safari park and lodge for one night. We had an incredible time. The staff were very friendly and I was very impressed to be greeted by a personalised itinerary when we checked in. This really helped us to make the most of our time there. It was amazing to be chauffeured to dinner by an elephant. I would recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Bali and would definitely go again!
"Set in a beautiful valley overlooking rice fields."
Beautiful villas offering privacy and relaxation. Pool is sublime overlooking rice fields.
We had a "romantic dinner" which involved staff setting up a table overlooking fields on balcony with many flowers, candles and delicious set meal.
With a full moon arising it was an amazing evening. They even prepared our spa bath laden with rose petals and prepared bed in same fashion.
We had daily massages to pamper ourselves. Incredible value for price.
I always like the idea of staying at a villa and was great to learn that we had the one and only pool villa. We loved the pool and the room itself is fantastic! It is a 4.5 stars resort so don't expect 5 star treatment... the food wasn't fantastic but what a great nasi goreng you make at the restaurant! Overall we were pretty happy and met some amazing staff.
Ubud is the arts and cultural centre of the island. This charming mountain settlement is 25 km (1 hour’s drive) north of Denpasar and comprises 14 villages dotted with palaces, temples, museums, galleries, shops, arts and crafts, and excellent restaurants. Other than a few nightspots, village life is quiet and serene. Don’t miss the nightly traditional dance performances and nearby Monkey Forest Park.