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  • Green Field Hotel and Restaurant

    Green Field Hotel and Restaurant

    Pengosekan, Ubud

    Green Field Hotel and Restaurant is surrounded by peaceful rice fields in South Ubud, a 10-minute walk from the Monkey Forest. Such a relaxing hotel. Looking out on to rice fields was a wonderful sight. Staff so friendly. Lovely swimming pools. Wonderful food in restaurant.

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    Avg. price/night: £35
    9.1 Superb 1,205 reviews
  • Bumi Muwa Ubud Katiklantang

    Bumi Muwa Ubud Katiklantang

    Penestanan, Ubud

    Located in Ubud, Bumi Muwa Ubud Katiklantang features an outdoor swimming pool, garden and terrace. Great new hotel, clean and cozy room, awesome and friendly staff, good located (near Ubud but not in the traffic area), scooter directly from the hotel, breakfast was varied and absolut delicious. You can also have lunch and dinner there. We tried it once for Dinner and the service staff was amazing, the food was ok for their own requirement and the price. All in all we can highly recommend the Bumi Muwa Ubud Katiklantang! Especially Nanda was amazing: she helped with every question, was friendly, open minded and it was great to have some conversations with her regarding the culture of Bali.

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    Avg. price/night: £38
    9.2 Superb 145 reviews
  • Element by Westin Bali Ubud

    Element by Westin Bali Ubud

    Andong, Ubud

    Located near to Ubud City Centre, Element by Westin Bali Ubud offers an accommodation with a range of healthy food and wellness activities. The staff are wonderful. The food is beautifully presented and tastes as good as it looks. The pool is lovely and the pool bar convenient with attentive staff. Free yoga every morning a nice touch.

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    Avg. price/night: £60
    9.1 Superb 118 reviews
  • Swahita Ubud

    Swahita Ubud


    Swahita Ubud features an outdoor swimming pool, garden and terrace in Ubud. Popular points of interest nearby include Ubud Market, Ubud Palace and Ary's Warung. Everything! We really enjoyed our stay and felt very welcome.

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    Avg. price/night: £43
    9.1 Superb 173 reviews
  • B Saya Villas

    B Saya Villas

    Taman, Ubud

    Boasting an infinity pool with views of the surrounding greenery, B Saya Villas is set in Ubud in the Bali Region. Guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. We had an incredible stay for 4 nights at B Saya villas. Staff was very welcoming, rooms were clean, spacious and the bed was very comfortable, quality of the included breakfast was above expectations. We enjoyed the fact that the hotel is located in a quiet and relaxing area 15min walk away from the noisy center of ubud. Good to know that the hotel provides many free shuttles to the center during the day and early evening. Overall the hotel is well decorated, the pool is as expected and the view of the rice terraces just in front of the hotel and its restaurant is priceless.

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    Avg. price/night: £25
    9.0 Superb 290 reviews
  • Jani's Place Cottage

    Jani's Place Cottage

    Pengosekan, Ubud

    Located in Ubud, 500 metres from Ubud Monkey Forest, Jani's Place Cottage features an outdoor pool and sun terrace. I loved this place! Very friendly staff, comfortable beds, great location, nice pool and good breakfast. I defiy recommend it!

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    Avg. price/night: £42
    9.4 Superb 456 reviews

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Bali's Peaceful Retreat

If you are seeking a hideaway from Bali’s chaotic Kuta, Ubud provides a welcome respite with its secluded paths, calming temples and specialised spa resorts. Surrounded by rice paddies, coconut trees and lush forests of green, Ubud is seen as the cultural centre of Bali.

The road leading up to Ubud features little villages specialising in handicrafts like Celuk (silver jewellery), Batuan (paintings) and Mas (wood carvings). Ubud, itself, produces all sorts of handicrafts in its peaceful foothills. There are also numerous art galleries, workshops and courses on offer for the budding artist.

The Monkey Forest is a popular tourist drawcard with its ravenous monkey population lunging at anything resembling food. The 9th-century Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, showcases the island’s historic past and there is the regular Ubud Market for modern-day souvenir hunters.

Ubud is a place for relaxation and many yoga and meditation centres have developed over the years on Indonesia’s most popular island. offers a range of guest houses, villas, bungalows and world-class resorts with spa facilities or pool.