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Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali
5.0 of 5 Hotel   |   Jl. Melasti | Banjar Kelod, Ungasan, Bali 80364, Indonesia   |  
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“Can I move in??”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 29, 2010 via mobile

After a disappointing experience at Banyan Tree Hangzhou earlier this year, I was hesitant whether I wanted to take a chance with the BT Ungasan   Thankfully, the BTU restored my devotion to BT hotels

Pros:
~Spacious beautiful comfy villa with outdoor pool, jacuzzi, two toilets, huge bathtub, huge showers (indoor and outdoor) nicely decorated throughout, wine fridge, expresso machines etc.  The entire resort is well designed and with the perfect weather this weekend, a beauty to behold.  
~Nice traditional welcoming ceremony 
~Nice friendly staff that remembers guests' names
~quiet and relaxing (despite still being a work in progress)
~Cliff side Jumana restaurant is beautifully designed, this place would be packed if in any other place but in Bali competition abounds, in the same neighborhood, I still think Alila Uluwatu's sunset cabana is pretty incredible.
~ food at Bambu (for breakfast) was good, Tamarine was not bad, Jumana was very good.  I was hoping for some Indonesian food but Jumana's western food (using mostly local ingredients) was delicious. I loved how they fed me extra dishes in between dishes just to " keep me busy"      
~ favorite experience: waking up 7 am to sounds of gongs and bells, walked down to the beach to witness a sunrise temple ceremony, not a single other tourist on the beach, lasted for a couple hours, then watched the ceremony end with the villagers dragging the ceremonial equipments into the ocean.  
   
Room for improvement:
~they should adopt the in room check in.   annoying at 1 am to have to fill out address, tel number, email address etc coz they have that info from my booking, plus since I have been to many other banyan trees before, they have my info on the system 
~Barely to no cell phone reception (like Alila Uluwatu) (I had trouble even sending SMS out) and slow to no wifi.  There is internet in the library but also extremely slow 
~Bali immigration is notoriously slow so many hotels/villas offer expedited visa service (ie in & out past immi in 30 sec max vs a typical 30 min wait) Banyan tree did not offer this so I ended up booking this & airport transfer through a company called Bali Concierge.
~ my seaview room (102) had a strange view of a metal flag pole? that obstructed the otherwise 99% perfect seaview
~ hotel still work in progress, while I didn't hear any construction noise, on my way down to Jumana restautant walked by yet to be finished villas, while Jumana is also stunningly designed, one side of the restaurant faces a bald hill (another construction site of another construction sight)
~ I paid for my last meal with cash (post check out) coz the restaurant staff didn't know how to use the cdt card system.  First they told me my AE card was rejected.  Then they told me my visa card required a pin vs a signature.     

  • Stayed August 2010
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 24, 2010

We stayed at the Sea View villa. It had a 30% sea view. I wanted the ocean view but I was notified that the West side of the resort had on going construction. This is why we picked the sea view.

The villa was very grand, but I wished I could have stayed at the ocean cliff villa or an ocean view room, but it was still very enjoyable. It looked like all the pictures they had on the website and the staff were very polite and helpful. However, there were occasional unidentified rodent dropping on our bed and around the room. They also have an ant problem. We also had monkeys steal the fruit from our room, so keep your doors locked if nobody is in the room. You never know, they might take your ipad!

If you are at the main pool you will hear constant drilling and digging at the construction site until around 5pm. Our villa was at the East side so there wasn't any noise from the construction site. All ocean view and ocean cliff view villas are on the West end so you will hear construction noises if you book villas on the west end.

The bbq was not that good. I would recommend eating at the Ju-Mu-Na restaurant during your stay. The food is quite good and the view is super nice. You can't go wrong at the that restaurant. It is fine dining and no beach wear at the restaurant. It only opens for dinner.

At the Bamboo restaurant. There were ants crawling around in the coco puffs so that was kinda gross. The breakfast is really so-so. Do not expect a great breakfast there.

We went to the store to buy cup noodles and snacks because the room service food wasn't too good. DO NOT TRY THE CLUB SANDWICH!! It is horrible!!!!! we ordered that at night. The pasta Carbonara was not bad..you can try that.

Hope this helps:) Let me know if you have anymore questions

Stayed August 2010, traveled as a couple
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 18, 2010

I wanted my wife to have a holiday getaway to somewhere peaceful, scenic and relaxing. We picked Bali as a destination and Bayan Tree for lodging.
Point to note...Banyan Tree is known for service and it actually started even before the trip.
The reservation dept required me to fill in a pre-arrival questionnire and in it I stated that this is a honeymoon trip for my wife and it would be nice if they can do something special for us...I actually just jot it down on the form, crossed my fingers and forgot about it.

Upon our arrival the pre arranged Benz (ML 250) was waiting to pick us up, we were greeted by a Guest Relations Officer named Dono (hope I got his name right)...once Dono started talking, we were very impressed with his level of fluency in the English language!! This is an extremely huge plus point if you have been to other parts of Indonesia...
There were cold drinks and towels prepared for us in the car and along the way to the resort, Dono did a fantastic job in engaging us with small talks.

Upon arrival at the resort, we were treated to a welcoming ritual afterwhich we were showed to a sofa, seated and a welcome drink of cold ginger tea was offered together with a green bean snack which tasted fantastic...after the checking in process is completed we hopped into a buggy with Dono and our luggages and headed straight to our villa...

When we arrived, Dono brought us on a 'guided tour' of our villa, showing us how the switches work, where we can find emergency equipments like torch lights etc. before leaving us to our privacy...

We wasted no time enjoying our very own infinity pool and hot tub.
Ordered meals in our villa which the staff took the trouble to set up the table with table cloths, utencils etc.

On the first night after returning from our dinner, we realised that they have gone about with their "Turn down" service, bringing out the sleeping robes, sandals, dimmed the lights, drawn the curtains and even adjusted the air conditioning to an ideal temperature...

The biggest surprise to us is when we entered the bathroom, there were candles and tea lights litted romantically for us, the bath tub was filled and layed with pretty flower petals and we were even given a nice bottle of Rose wine...it then struck me that this is the "Special gesture" the hotel did for our honeymoon which I have requested and forgot about...

Throughout our stay we were very impressed with the level of service rendered, most often than not our needs were met even before we requested for it...I shall not disclose too much on what was doen for us choosing to let you guys experience it for yourselves!!

The only downside for Bayan Tree Ungasan is it's location which is quietly tucked at the southern most point of Bali facing the vast Indian Ocean, windy and beautiful during the day with stars filled skies at night....and with such a location do expect some inconvenience when you travel to and fro Ungasan to other parts of Bali for shopping or sightseeing...then again with such nice atmosphere and great services, we have to practically 'tear' ourselves away from the comfort of our villa to venture outside!!

  • Stayed August 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 4, 2010

We spent six days in Bali after nearly a week in the Maldives at the Banyan Tree on Vabbinfaru. The Banyan Tree Ungasan didn't disappoint.

Our casita (definitely a misnomer; it was HUGE!) was fantastic. The living room, master bath and bedroom were each enormous and beautifully furnished. That, along with having our own, private, disappearing edge pool overlooking the ocean didn't serve as much motivation to ever leave our room.

Better than our room, however, was the staff at the Banyan Tree. We were repeatedly called by name by many members of the staff, none of whom could have been any more friendly or gracious. Everyone appeared to be genuinely interested in providing exceptional service...and succeeded.

We thoroughly enjoyed the food during our stay. The breakfast buffet was plentiful, delicious and had a wide variety from which to choose. The dinners we had at the same restaurant each evening were fantastic and some of the best we've experienced while travelling. We also treated ourselves to one evening at the resorts signature restaurant, Ju-ma-na, and it didn't disappoint. While we're not heavy drinkers, the drinks we did have while there were one minor disappointment; weak and generally not tasty. That was more than offset by the fantastic fruit, nightly treats and teas to which we were treated each day.

We enjoyed our spa treatments and found the service we received there matched the service we received at the hotel in general. As well, the resort has a nicely equipped (and little used) gym which we appreciated.

One other minor disadvantage is the resort's location. Not only is it remote, it's not easy to find. It's isolation generally discouraged our heading into Nusa Dua or elsewhere too frequently, so if you want a real sense of Bali, bear that in mind.

We couldn't have been more satisfied with our stay at the Banyan Tree!

  • Stayed July 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 25, 2010

Where do i start....
Well i could not of been more over whelmed with our cliff top room. It was simply breathtaking! Myself and my New husband have stayed in many 5 star resorts but nothing comes close to our Villa at the Banyan Tree! We spent two weeks just chilling out around our pool admiring the beautiful views.
Nothing beats sitting in a huge bath tub looking out to the sea and watching TV at the same time!
The Villa's are immaculate, three flat screen TV's, amazing bathroom including an outside shower and one extremly comfortable bed! Our room was cleaned every single day and turned down most evenings.
The Bamboo restaurant is nice, offering varried cuisine. Breakfast buffet was lovely, something i greatly miss! Ja-ma-na was also nice, quite pricey but offers a great dinning experience. Tamarind restuarant which is only open for lunch was the biggest let down, not only on the excessive prices but the variation of food. We had a bowl of pasta each which came to nearly £60! By far the best dinning option we found was the in-villa dinning service. The food was gorgeous but the best part was the service, staff would come in, lay a table cloth down, set your meal out. It was perfect! Although we are not niave when it comes to eating in 5 star resorts, we are always prepard for the inflated prices and be prepared becase these are hughely inflated!
We took a few taxi rides out of the resort to local supermarkets and stocked up on drinks and snacks, which proved helpful apon check out! In comparison a sprite in the Banyann tree cost 45,000 rp where as the supermarkets charge 7,000 rp! We had in villa dinning most nights which saved us alot of money as we had our own drinks.
Other reviews have mentioned about the hottub being switched off at 6pm BUT we used ours some nights at 9pm and later and it was still boiling hot! It was amazing sitting there gazing up at the stars with the rolling waves in the background.
We also received a complimentary 'special evening suprise' as we were on our honeymoon which was amazing. Apon returning back to our villa from Ja-ma-na. there was a candle lit walk way and a rose petal bath with more candles and a bottle of wine. It was a lovely touch and something we really appreciated!
We also loved our night time sweet and tea which was served during the turn down service. We were always eager to see what we had that night!
Although the location of the Banyan tree is set back, it was perfect for us, quiet and private just how we like it!
There was one other thing that i just feel like i have to mention and that was the spa prices. Again i know how inflated prices are in 5 star resorts but my god this was absolutely outrageous! We had initially booked two treatements but apon discovering one of our treatments, the head massage only lasted 30 minutes although being described as a 60 minute treatment costing £80 was unacceptable. We swifly cancelled our treatments! When you compare that to english prices thats 3 times the amount But when you compare it to Balinease prices its 100 times the amount! Roughly a head massage outside the resort would set you back about £5.
One of the best parts of our stay was seeing the monkeys swing by in the trees below and evening popping into our villa now and then. We also saw 20ish dolphins swimming by which was an amazing experience.
The staff we're also brilliant, very welcoming and extremly helpful. By far the best service from the staff we have ever encountered! The buggy service was also great, perfect if your having a lazy day!
The beach once completed will be an asset and although its shut at the moment we still managed to get down there, assisted by one of the Banyan tree staff. He was lovely, bringing us towels and water and making sure we got up and down the steps safely.
Overall we loved our stay at the Banyan tree and will definatley be going back to another banyan tree resort . Thank you to all the staff for making our honeymoon just that extra bit special.
xxxx

  • Stayed July 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 19, 2010

We have stayed in several luxury resorts in Bali and this one takes the cake for dramatic views, attentive staff and incredible villas. The one drawback perhaps is that it is not 100% complete yet - and our villa was next to an excavation site that occasionally lent polluted exhaust to our pool- make sure you ask for a villa away from the construction. This however should not be an issue when the hotel is complete. Housekeeping occasionally only showed up late in the afternoon, but this might have been attributed to our misuse of the "call for room make-up button". The villas are huge and well appointed and the staff was friendly and obviously very experienced in handling any requests. The Kids Club was the highlight of our 4 year old's trip and she enjoyed making kites and playing with new friends, while her parents lazed by the pool. The resort was surprisingly accomodating to children- but watch out for lack of banister by the villa pool. Highly recommended, even over the Four Seasons Jimbaran, which we also stayed in previously. It would be even better when the beach front is ready.

  • Stayed July 2010, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 13, 2010

Let me start with a disclaimer: Banyan Trees Ungasan is not the ideal accommodation for everyone. If you are looking to stay somewhere in Bali where you're in the thick of action and nightlife, with easy access to a nice beach, then Banyan Trees is not for you. However, it suited our purpose to a tee. We wanted a relaxing holiday with a pool villa that directly overlooks the ocean, and Banyan Trees gave us that. We had looked at other resorts/ villas in Seminyak and Jimbaran. Most did not have villas that overlook the ocean (though other parts of their property do e.g. the restaurants or the main pool).

Pros:
1. Service was great
- Prior to the trip, I already had a good impression of the service by the staff as my email queries and requests were always very promptly replied to, within a day usually.
- The hotel staff was waiting at the airport for over an hour for us (due to VERY SLOW immigration officers at customs) and was still all smiley and friendly when we finally arrived.
- We took the complimentary Mercedes car to and from the airport and Banyan Trees. There were cold towels and chilled bottled water for us in the car. Great after a flight and a long wait at the Customs.
- On arrival at Banyan Trees, we went through a little welcome ritual and had flowers tucked behind our ears and rice grains placed on our foreheads.
- While waiting for the check-in procedures to be completed, we were given a refreshing ginger tea and snack to munch on.
- We were then brought around on a buggy and shown the different facilities available on the resort, e.g. Tamarind restaurant, spa, fitness centre, guest activity centre, pool, Bambu restaurant etc. (contrary to what the previous reviewer said, about not being shown around the resort)
- When we reached our villa, we were brought around the villa to be shown what the different facilities are, where the switches are, which minibar drinks are complimentary and which are not.
- Throughout our stay, everyone was always very warm, friendly, smiley and helpful, and the buggy drivers always addressed us by name. The guest reception staff were also very initiative, for e.g. when we requested for a buggy to the main lobby, they would ask us if we needed a cab to go somewhere before we told them to help us call for a cab.
- Turn-down service was also provided, but on the night it wasn't, there was a card left in our mailbox outside our villa explaining why it wasn't - as our 'Do not disturb' sign was lit up.
- On the night before our checkout, a letter was placed in our mailbox suggesting to us the time for the buggy to pick us up from the villa, and the time to leave the resort in the Mercedes for the airport the next day. It gave us time to think about our checkout plans and allowed us to call the guest reception to make some amendments.
- When a staff came to deliver the food we ordered for our in-villa dining, and we requested for him to help us take a photo, we were impressed by how he kept suggesting to help us take further photos as he felt that the previous photos he took were not good enough.
- During the checkout procedures at the lobby, we were again given drinks and snacks to munch on while waiting for the procedure to be completed.

2. A beautiful and big villa with a great ocean view
- We stayed in a cliff-edge ocean villa, and the view was stunning as it directly overlooked the Indian Ocean. Waking up every morning to the sounds of the waves crashing against the beach was a wonderful experience.
- The villa is huge, with separate living room/ kitchenette area, guest toilet, massive bathroom area, and the bedroom. The outdoors area comprises of a jacuzzi, an infinity pool, a bale, outdoors shower and a small garden. The bathroom has a large bathtub (from which one can see the pool and ocean), an indoors shower with a separate shower head and rain shower, another toilet, 2 separate sinks and 2 separate vanity mirrors, as well as a makeup/shaving mirror. There are also 2 cupboards, one of which contains a safe. Bathrobes and yukatas were also provided.
- I liked how there was a 'his and her' theme. For the ladies, the slippers, the yukata, the toiletries pouch were in a light yellow color, while for the gentlemen, they were in a dark brown color (and the yukata was also a larger size). I thought it was a nice touch.
- The living room, the bedroom and the bathroom also had their own separate plasma TV, CD player with Bose sound systems. There is an iPod dock in the living room.
- Our infinity pool was large and nice, but didn't exactly live up to its name as an infinity pool as there were tall trees growing beyond the pool, hence when looking at the pool towards the ocean, the edge of the pool did not seem to 'join' the edge of the ocean as it was disrupted by trees. I have reflected this to the hotel management, and they said they'll look into it.

3. Main pool
- We did not use the main pool, but the views from the main pool are stunning, and it's a truly infinity pool.
- There are nice comfy couches along the pool for use, and staff are always at hand to give clean towels.

Cons:
1. Location
- Banyan Tree's location was both its strength and weakness. While its cliffside location allowed its ocean villas to have a stunning view from the bedroom, it was also relatively isolated from the rest of Bali.
- As the resort is fairly new, our cab driver from Seminyak wasn't sure how to drive us back to the resort. We got lost a few times trying to get back, and it was a slightly harrowing experience as the roads leading to Banyan Trees were dark (no street lamps) at night with tall roadside bushes. The cab driver had to stop twice to ask for directions. The resort did not have a map of its location (we were only given a namecard with its address which wasn't very useful) which I believe would have been very helpful. This has also been brought up to the hotel's management, and they are looking into this.

2. Beach access & lack of water activities
- There was some form of beach access available to us when we were there in early July. However, we were told to inform hotel staff if we wanted to go to the beach, as it was a rather long route down the cliff and they wanted to show us the directions.
- We did not use the beach access as we went to other beaches like the Tanjung Benoa beach for our water activities, as well as the Jimbaran and Seminyak beaches for dinner.
- There are no water activities available at this beach but it wasn't a concern for us.

3. Inability to confirm pre-trip regarding type of ocean villa we'll be staying in
- 1 of my biggest bugbear prior to the trip was that the resort could not confirm what kind of ocean villa we'll be staying in. We wanted to stay in a cliffedge ocean villa as the ocean view was of the utmost importance to us when we chose our accommodation, however, we were told that this was subject to availability and they could not confirm whether we'll be able to stay in one, despite the request being made about a month earlier. On the day before we left, the hotel staff said that the cliffedge villas were all occupied during our stay, much to my disappointment. However, on arrival, to our surprise, we were given a cliffedge villa.
- I've suggested to the hotel management that they create a separate price category for their cliffedge ocean villas so that guests who book it will be guaranteed to stay in one. I've been told that from July 1st, they have created this separate category though I do not see it reflected on their website as yet.

4. Early closing time for fitness centre
- The fitness centre closes rather early, about 7pm (if I remember correctly).
- We were told by staff that towels, water are provided at the fitness centre.

Others:
1. Restaurants
- Banyan Trees has 3 main restaurants: Tamarind restaurant (which is more for lunch and closes at 5pm), Ju-Ma-Na restaurant (which is more for dinner), and Bambu restaurant (which is open the whole day but we only went there for our daily complimentary buffet breakfast).
- Ju-Ma-Na and Tamarind are expensive, but we expected that for restaurants in Banyan Trees.
- The outdoor sitting area for Ju-Ma-Na at night is dark and stuffy, hence we moved into the brighter-lit, air-conditioned indoor dining area after initially deciding to dine alfesco. The food and wine menu for Ju-Ma-Na were adequately varied, and food was delicious.
- Tamarind is newly opened, as its menu needs improvement in terms of variety, but the dishes we tried (scallops, tiger prawns) were well-prepared.
- We only went to Bambu for its buffet breakfast, which ends at 1130am daily. There is a large variety, from Chinese, Indonesian to Japanese and Western fare. However, the selection of food is the same daily except for small variations in the Western food selection. Various hot and cold beverages were available.
- We only tried the dessert (apple crumble) and wine from the in-villa dining menu, hence I am unable to comment on it much. But hotel staff did come the next day to clear away the dishes, unlike what a previous reviewer mentioned.
- There's a pool bar next to the main pool, but we did not try it.

2. Guest activity centre
- There were DVDs and books that could be borrowed, but the selection of DVDs was very minimal, and could be much improved.
- We used the 2 computers with free internet access available in the activity centre. (Though there is also free Wifi in the room)
- Staff at the guest activity centre told us what they could help us with, e.g. booking of trips, water activities etc but as we already had our own arrangement, we did not require this help. Hence I am unable to assess how knowledgeable the staff are in this respect.

3. Spa
- We did not try their spa as we thought they were very expensive (though we were given discount vouchers) hence I'm unable to comment on it.


All in all, we enjoyed ourselves a lot during the stay at Banyan Trees, and it was with great reluctance when we left. Hope to return there some day!

  • Stayed July 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Jl. Melasti | Banjar Kelod, Ungasan, Bali 80364, Indonesia
Location: Indonesia > Bali > Nusa Dua Peninsula > Ungasan
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#1 Luxury Hotel in Ungasan
#1 Romantic Hotel in Ungasan
#1 On the Beach Hotel in Ungasan
#1 Spa Hotel in Ungasan
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali 5*
Number of rooms: 73
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Set high on the cliffs near to the Uluwatu Temple, Banyan Tree Ungasan brings definitive fine cliff top living to the renowned beach island of Bali. An all-pool villa resort located at the southernmost point of Bali, Banyan Tree Ungasan offers one of the best unparalleled views of the Indian Ocean, complete with a level of comfort and privacy synonymous with the Banyan Tree brand. ... more   less 
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