The rustic part... Bathroom was huge and beautiful, with a big bathtub, but the hot water wasn't enough to fill it up when we tried!
Supply your own soap and shampoo.
No mini-fridge in room.
Like most of Bali... Wi-Fi can be slow at times, but we had a strong signal in our room.
For some reason the toilet kept a funny, somewhat unpleasant smell, no matter how much we flushed.
I have no significant complaints; just don't go expecting a full service hotel: it's a small scale guest house, which is part of the charm.
Stay here for the views... Eating breakfast on there fourth floor veranda (one of the taller buildings I saw anywhere in Ubud): awesome way to start your day, and the omelettes were good. Fresh water on the premises comes out hot or cold: fill up on your morning Bali coffee, or tea.
Stay here for the quiet. Ubud is hectic... Hibiscus is down a narrow walking path amidst rice fields. Jl. Bisma is not a thoroughfare for autos.
Our king size bed was incredibly comfortable. Simmer of the best sleep I've had while traveling in Asia. A/C worked great; plus the option of windows open and under the mosquito net.
Very mellow. Low key. We rented a scooter from Made for a couple days: convenient. Made prepared our breakfasts and took care of any requests.
Traditional Balinese architecture was awesome. High ceilings. Marble tile floors on our veranda with a great view. I recommend a second floor room for the full effect.