Ubud is a must see art of Bali and this hotel, although a little out of the centre, is perfect. Rice paddies and beautiful friendly staff make this a wonderful second home. We didn't even notice there was no TV in the room till we left! So much to see and do, it is not needed.
Jen from Sydney. Australia
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
The pool down near the spa was amazing and well worth the experience. We also had time to embark on the nature walk which was informative and a great way to spend some time.
Overall this experience is one of the best I have had in all of my international travels.
A big thank you to the great staff who looked after us.
Vincent from Sydney
Set on a hillside and surrounded by ten hectares of tropical gardens, this resort is nearby to Ubud Village and the Ayung …More
I spent a week at The Chedi Club, Ubud. As this was my first trip to Asia and traveling alone, I really needed transportation to/from the airport. I heard horror stories of taxi experiences and that the airport was a bit hectic. My brief experience there was accurate and along came my driver who knew a lot about the area while we made the hour long trip to the resort. I felt a great sense of security with the security guard and gate at the entrance. The resort is very quiet and provides a sense that nothing else is around and yet there is a busy town right outside. The accommodations were spotless each day I was there and many items are included in the stay such as minibar, snacks, fresh organic fruit, robe, slippers, you name it. My room was the perfect size and as I lucked out with perfect weather. The bathroom was amazing, it's actually outdoors. Beautiful tub and toiletries and strong hair dryer which is rare in hotels. There is an infinity pool and because there are only 21 villas total, there was never a crowd at the pool. Fresh water is brought out with sunscreen. It really was these added touches that made the experience even better. I participated in a cooking class, almost all spa treatments, a traditional Balinese dance and dinner and even rice trekking. I loved the fact that many of the activities I wanted to do was right on property and reasonably priced. Staff is awesome and I couldn't have asked for a better place. One of the best vacations ever experienced.
Courtney from Exton, PA, USA
Nestled in an exclusive estate surrounded by lush greenery and verdant rice fields, only 20 elegantly appointed villas and …More
Without a doubt the best small hotel we have ever stayed out. Beautiful room with private balcony overlooking the Ayung River Gorge. Very helpful and attentive service and care all round from this charming family-run establishment. The pool is a work of art and sits in lovely tropical gardens. We loved our stay at Sayan Terrace and will remember it fondly for a long time. Thank you very much!
I am a female senior travelling alone in Ubud area for 3 days and spent two nights at the Alaya Ubud. On the outside, the hotel looks fine but not too impressive. It's located on a major business street with many shops and restaurants. During check-in, the receptionist suggested I had my 'complimentary" afternoon coffee/snacks at the adjacent restaurant before checking into my room upstairs. I must admit that this cup of latte tasted much better because I was totally mesmerised by the beauty of the surrounding tropical trees, flora, and the sound of water in the fountains. But nothing could compare to my excitement as I entered my room. There is a balcony complete with lounging seats and dinette set ovelooking a sea of green! It's the rice paddy field described in some of the reviews. And what a breathtaking sight! The hotel room is decorated with Balinese style furnishings and modern amenities including a big round tub under the skylight. Very comfortable indeed. Convenience? The hotel is situated right next to a large supermarket where you can get fresh-baked goods and deli meats on top of regular stuff and souvenirs. Restaurants are all around the hotel. The hotel is also within walking distance to the Monkey Forest and the Ubud Palace. And the service? The staff are all courteous and accommodating, always wearing a big smile. I never used the spa, no comments on that. Complimentary breakfast? Awesome! And with a number of choices.
Situated in the jungle and accessible only by foot or bike, this is a beautiful more regional property about a 20 min walk from central Ubud. This suited us just fine and was a perfect balance to busy Seminyak.
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