Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Jalan Monkey Forest and surrounds
Monkey Forest Road, Jalan Dewi Sita and the roads extending north from Jalan Dewi Sita constitute the heart of Ubud. Guesthouses and hotels here range from the very cheap through to luxury villas.
Good central flashpacker optionJalan Dewi Sita
T: (0361) 973 302; F: (0361) 973 302
The lovely gardens of this hotel are the first thing you notice when entering the grounds and lend a feeling of peace and serenity. The water features bubbling away and the external styling of the ... Read the full review of Dewangga Bungalows.
Hot water and free WiFiJalan Goutama
T: (0361) 975 416;
The value to be found at Wena Homestay is absolutely astonishing and anyone on a budget would do well by settling in here. Rooms are big, bright and airy, but very basic and feature bamboo beds and ... Read the full review of Wena Homestay.Under 150,000 Rp 3 votes Backpacker
Boutique feel, central locationMonkey Forest Rd
T: (0361) 972 797;
Located about 100 metres down the end of a narrow, unnamed laneway off Monkey Forest Road (Laughing Buddha Bar is on the corner), this friendly operation is excellent midrange value. The cheaper ... Read the full review of Ubud Lestari Bungalow.
Luxury done wellMonkey Forest Road
T: (0361) 975 395;
Each of the seven modern rooms at Cinta Inn, which were built in 2010, overlooks the fantastic swimming pool which is situated directly behind the Cinta Grill cafe on Monkey Forest Road in the heart ... Read the full review of Cinta Inn.
Good value villasMonkey Forest Road
T: (0361) 972 877; F: (0361) 972 876
Kajane is a luxury hotel that offers private walled villas to its guests in a variety of configurations at incredibly good prices. Each of the villas has its own pool, some with pool furniture, ... Read the full review of Kajane.
Large, clean rooms for flashpackersBeji Lane (off Monkey Forest Rd)
T: (0361) 979 129;
Trying to appeal to the flashpacker set, Gayatri Bungalows two offers large, clean rooms with Balinese styling, free WiFi, a large swimming pool and refrigerators/air-con in the deluxe rooms. The ... Read the full review of Gayatri Bungalows 2.
Cheap, basic and cleanMonkey Forest Road
T: (0361) 975 054;
The clean but basic rooms at Canderi Homestay have signs of rising damp on the walls, but get enough natural light to combat the scourge of mould. The smaller rooms contain one double bed and the ... Read the full review of Canderi Homestay.
Great value option in the heart of UbudJalan Karna #7
T: (0361) 975 535; F: (0361) 970 003
Set in a traditional family compound, this locally owned and operated guesthouse is situated in a near-perfect location on a quiet sidestreet about 150m from the Ubud Market. Each room has a lovely ... Read the full review of Sania's House.
Clean, modern roomsMonkey Forest Road
T: (0361) 973 410;
The clean modern rooms at Nyuh Gading catch a lot of natural light, contain comfortable beds and have hot water showers. Unfortunately, the bathrooms don't catch anywhere near as much light as the ... Read the full review of Nyuh Gading.
Views to Gunung AgungBeji Lane (off Monkey Forest Rd)
T: (0361) 973 404;
A Balinese man and his Western wife run this three-storey guesthouse located in a family compound just a short distance from Monkey Forest Road. The standard rooms all contain traditionally carved ... Read the full review of Narasoma.
Clean and bright rooms, but overpricedJalan Gautama 18
T: (0361) 975 414;
The more expensive rooms at Agung Cottages are perched on top of a ledge overlooking a creek and some cheaper rooms below. The views are great, the rooms are naturally lit and get a good cross-breeze ... Read the full review of Agung Cottages.
Picturesque pool, old roomsMonkey Forest Road
T: (0361) 974 176;
Each of the basic older-styled rooms here is tiled, giving a cool feeling under foot. The bathrooms are quite basic but have hot water, some rooms are air-con and the overall feel of the place is ... Read the full review of Merthayasa Bungalows.
Jalan Hanoman and surrounds
Extending south along Jalan Hanoman and the streets to the east of it, southeast Ubud has a less chaotic feel to it than central Ubud, despite it being just a short walk away.
Brilliant service, verdant ricefieldsJalan Hanoman
T: (0361) 973 318; F: (0361) 970 701
For those in the know, Tegal Sari is regarded as one of the best mid-range accommodation options in Ubud and this is not without justification. Set among stunning paddy at the southern end of Ubud, ... Read the full review of Tegal Sari.
Great value homestay with swimming poolJalan Hanoman 48
T: (0361) 973 345; F: (0361) 970 536
The two categories of rooms in this multi-storey building located within a family compound, namely old-style and new-style, both offer great value for money. All rooms have hot water bathrooms, ... Read the full review of Dewa Bungalows.
Clean, basic, good value roomsJalan Sugriwa
T: (0361) 978 431;
The uninspiring rooms in this family compound feature traditional carved stone facades, bamboo bed and dressing table, and are neat and tidy. The cheaper rooms are the best value, but only have cold ... Read the full review of Tanjung Bungalows.
Popular guesthouse with WiFiJalan Sugriwa 59
T: (0361) 971 179;
Teba House is extremely popular due to its prominence on the internet and the ease of booking in advance. The owners are quite savvy and have cornered the important market of people wanting to book ... Read the full review of Teba House.
Just to the west of the centre of Ubud is Jalan Bisma, which juts out into the surrounding ricefields. It's home to a growing number of mid-range guesthouses which have a more peaceful feel to them because of their location just outside of the centre of town.
Small but appealingJalan Bisma
T: (0361) 975 443; F: (0361) 289 348
Set a short walk down Jalan Bisma, we almost just kept walking past Samhita Garden, but we glimpsed a sliver of their freeform swimming pool and decided to give it a look. It was the right decision. ... Read the full review of Samhita Garden.
Fabulously stylish roomsJalan Bisma
T: (0361) 973 282;
Honeymoon Guesthouse is owned and operated by Balinese Ketut Suardana and his Australian wife Janet de Neefe. This couple has a knack for knowing exactly what visitors want when they visit Bali and ... Read the full review of Honeymoon Guesthouse.
Quality rooms next to paddyJalan Bisma
T: (0361) 970 382;
The rooms at Puri Bayu exude quality and boast great wooden furnishings, tasteful outdoor bathrooms and warm touches such as liquid hand soaps. Rooms are large and the fans do a good job of agitating ... Read the full review of Puri Bayu Guesthouse.
Great paddy views upstairsJalan Bisma
T: (0361) 977 126;
Just down a little walkway off Jalan Bisma is the delightful Pondok Krishna Guesthouse. The large fan-cooled rooms get plenty of natural light as do the hot water bathrooms which contain separate ... Read the full review of Pondok Krishna Guesthouse.
Jalan Kajeng and surrounds
Just north of Jalan Raya Ubud are a series of roads with guesthouses on them. Jalan Kajeng is the most popular road because of its quaint village feel and the cheap prices on offer.
Fantastic bathrooms upstairsJalan Kajeng, Gang Sunari
T: (0361) 970 566;
Come here for the experience of staying in the tiny compound of a lovely young family who do everything to make your stay perfect. The four rooms are in a two-storey building with those on the ground ... Read the full review of Keprabon.
Rooms overlooking a ravineJalan Kajeng 27
T: (0361) 973 311; F: (0361) 972 159
The rooms at Gusti's overlook a stunning jungle-clad ravine, which has at its bottom the guesthouse's sparkling swimming pool. The rooms in this family-run homestay are basic, but very clean, have ... Read the full review of Gusti's Bungalows.
Beautiful setting under palms treesJalan Kajeng #9
T: (0361) 974 425;
The rooms at Artja Inn are beautifully located on the river flats down the hill behind Jalan Kajeng, underneath swaying palm trees and seemingly a million miles from civilisation. The rooms ... Read the full review of Artja Inn.
Good value cheap roomsJalan Kajeng
T: (081) 338 613 953;
The rooms at Roja Homestay are located within a lovely family compound in a two-storey building set back from the laneway out the front. Rooms are very basic, but clean, and have bamboo walls which ... Read the full review of Roja Homestay.
Penestanan and beyond
Following Jalan Raya Ubud to the west, you enter a number of villages that are home to a smattering of hotels and guesthouses. It is a bit of a walk into town from around here.
Magical viewsJl Raya Sayan
T: (0361) 974 384; F: (0361) 975 384
Bali can be a tremendously beautiful place, but nowhere on the island quite takes the breath away like the views from the Sayan ridge. This is, quite simple, one of the most stunning areas in all of ... Read the full review of Sayan Terrace Resort.
Intimate and elegantJalan Mpu Beradah, Banjar, Payogan, Ubud
T: 0821) 4785 0410;
If looking for a romantic and intimate place to stay just outside of Ubud, Villa Saraswati in Payogan village is a great choice. This elegant countryside villa features only five rooms run by a ... Read the full review of Villa Saraswati.
Old place, feels freshJalan Raya Sanggingan
T: (0361) 975 374; F: (0361) 977 337
The main features at this place tucked behind an internet shop and spa are the free WiFi, fantastic day beds on the verandahs, the enticing swimming pool at the back of the property and the fact that ... Read the full review of Toko Toko.
Bungalows in the ricefieldsWalkway off Jalan Raya Penestanan
T: (0361) 974 582;
Along a walking track just off Jalan Raya Penestanan is Gerebig Bungalows, which is set over expansive grounds surrounded by ricefields. The rooms are older style, but still feel fresh and have hot ... Read the full review of Gerebig Bungalows.
A little overpricedJalan Raya Penestanan
T: (0361) 975 638; F: (0361) 976 550
The grounds at Sri Ratih are pleasant, with blooming frangipanis surrounding a relaxing pool area. The rooms are older style with air-con, hot water bathrooms, old satellite TVs, fridges and beds ... Read the full review of Sri Ratih Cottages.
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