This hotel was located a bit off-center from Central Ubud. That is OK if you prefer to walk to the center, or be dropped off by the free shuttle service of the hotel in predictable intervals, or prefer the silence rather than the noise of Ubud's growing night life. But be reminded that there are little to no taxis coming this way, and it will be a pretty big problem for those who require airport transfers.
That said, the price of airport transfer of this hotel is EXTREMELY outrageous. You need to pay double for tours and airport transfers.
The room is large (I stayed at the Deluxe Pavilion). It is guarded by a huge lock on the door (and when I say lock, I mean lock and key), which I feel is very primitive in securing the door. The bed and sheets are well-prepared, however, on close inspection, one could really smell that the sheets were already dated. The curtains were dusty as well. And the floor is decorated with cobwebs, and fading red tiles. The room smells funny old, thus, it is such a relief to realize that I only stay in the hotel in the evening.
One might be irritated by the almost dysfunctional air-conditioner that has a hard time cooling itself, or the lack of a cable TV (then again, I am only here in the evenings, but for those who stay indoors most of the time, this may be a turn off).
WIFI is available in the lobby and in the restaurant. It is also in the rooms, however, it sometimes fluctuates, depending perhaps on its mood.
The breakfast is not fabulous, but for those who just want something in their bellies, it should be sufficient. It is a fixed breakfast, with a choice of continental, american or indonesian breakfasts. Hopefully, they add more varieties.
Overall, the hotel is as "normal" as it is (a bit overpriced though, if one would read their published rates), and nothing to be excited about. Its proximity from the town center may be tolerated, but the rooms and facilities could have been something more.
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