My four best hotels in Ubud, Bali
If you visit my website more often, you may by now know I spent quite a bit of time in various hotels in Ubud over the past years. In all honesty, Ubud is quite crowded and touristic, yet I enjoyed it a lot. You can take massages for just a couple of bucks, do the amazing Campuhan Ridge Walk, chill at the pool and enjoy the most amazing Balinese foods. Ubud also is the starting point for a quite a few nice adventures, such as going to The Bali Swing and climbing the Batur volcano. I spent a little more time in Ubud than most travellers and so I got to try four different hotels. All of them were very nice and definitely recommended. Here goes:
Hotel Pertiwi Bisma II – hotel with infinity pool in Ubud
For my first few nights I was looking for a hotel with infinity pool in Ubud and I found Hotel Pertiwi Bisma II. This hotel is located along Jl. Bisma, a long yet quiet street just outside of downtown Ubud. The hotel has two pools, one of them is an amazing infinity pool overlooking the jungle. I slept in one of their garden villas and really enjoyed the quiet and peaceful setting of this place. I paid € 37 per night for a single room. Hotel Pertiwis Bisma II is located in between the rice paddies and about a fifteen minute walk from the city centre. The famous Monkey Forest is just a five minute walk away. Unfortunately the weather was not really amazing when I was staying here, (lots of rain) as the photo shows but the views of the jungle were truly stunning. The food in their restaurant is amazing and just across the street you can easily grab a coffee at Kopi & Chat.
Check availability and prices for Hotel Pertiwi Bisma here.
Ubud Terrace Hotel – centrally located hotel in Ubud
If you want to stay a little closer to the action, I can recommend Ubud Terrace Hotel. This one is located at the Monkey Forest Road in the busier part of Ubud. Luckily once you enter the property, you hardly notice the street noise anymore. The rooms are located around the swimming pool and have all amenities you may need. The swimming pool is awesome and they have the best massages in town just outside the hotel. Rooms can be booked from € 29 per night.
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Anini Raka Hotel & Spa – quiet hotel in Ubud
My favorite quiet hotel in Ubud is Anini Raka Resort & Spa. This hotel is located about a thirty minute walk from downtown Ubud and its location is truly stunning: it’s right in between the ricefields. From here you can easily walk onto the Campuhan Ridge Walk, an amazing short hike above the famous Ubud rice fields. The massages at this hotel were of outstanding quality and it’s the perfect place for relaxing. There are two swimming pools but none of them were crowded, so it’s a great getaway from the busy town of Ubud. And … the coverphoto of this blog was taken right off my balcony so just see for yourself how amazing the views are!
Check availability and prices for Anini Raka Resort & Spa here.
Inata Bisma Hotel & Spa – a great four stay hotel on Bisma Street
I stayed in Inata Bisma Hotel & Spa during my most recent visit to Bali and truly enjoyed this quiet hotel on JL. Bisma. This is another Ubud hotel with infinity pool and is located just a five minute walk from Money Forest Road. This small hotel has two pools (of which one an infinity pool overlooking the rice fields), a spa and as well as a nice restaurant. Each building has 10 rooms, five on the first floor and five on the second floor. My room was overlooking the rice fields and a great spot for sunset in the evening, especially because of the giant windows. This was definitely my favorite hotel in Ubud so far!
Check availability and prices for Hotel Inata Bisma here.
There are my four favorite hotels in Ubud. Of course Ubud has plenty of hotels to offer for any budget and I thought these places were great value for money. Which hotels in Ubud would you recommend?
Planning your Bali trip:
– Check out the best airfares to Denpasar airport on Skyscanner.
– Find the best Ubud hotel deals here
– Order your copy of Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok or Lonely Planet Indonesia to start planning your next adventure straight away.
Want to read more about Ubud and Bali? You may also enjoy these posts:
– The Bali Swing, a playground for adults in Bali
– Walking the Campuhan Ridge Walk in Ubud, Bali
– 11 Things I learned about myself in Indonesia
– The best spa treatments in Ubud
– 12 Jaw Dropping Luxury Resorts in Bali
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