To get to this hotel, you need to walk a few hundred meters because the hotel not located on the main road. The room was nice and they provided good bathroom amenities. The breakfast was simple with choice of main dish, served with some fruit and a choice of beverage.
Staying 4 nights here in Holy Retreat room. I love the room, the private pool, and the surrounding. For about $20, you can’t go wrong! They serve simple breakfast and I like their fried rice. My only complain is a noise coming from construction work from 8am-5pm. However, if you go out during the day (as most of guests do), it will not be a problem. I hope the construction will finish soon. The hotel will be nicer when the construction is finisihed as they will have new facilities for guests.
Have no idea why anyone would want to stay here..big construction of spa n restaurant 2 mtr away..Noise from Reception at midnighr kept me awake..had to leave after 1 night as too noisy..Owner said it was ok if you went out all day..l came to relax..only 1 pool to use with no seating area..2nd pool reserved for high paying guests .many nicer hotels around
We spent 2 nights in this tiny piece of heaven. First, the good location : 5 min away from the center of Ubud (by scooter). The reception is easy to find, the hotel though is separated from the reception (3-5min on foot through a small road). We took the Holly Retreat Room with a beautiful terrace looking over the semi private pool (shared just with another room) with a beautiful jungle view. The room and the bathroom were clean, the bed is soooo comfortable. The breakfast was ok (nothing too special) but you can ask them to deliver it in your room. All in all it was a great place, the staff is friendly, warm and super helpful (they found us a scooter in less than one hour and send us a message to be careful on the slippery road on our way home). The place is calm (no automobile noises only sounds of nature like insectes and birds) and secluded. I definitely recommend this place :)…
The Pari Sudha is inviting guests to spend a refreshing weekend in famous Ubud area. Not only as a couple getaway, in fact my family (kids) also enjoy their staycation here. Here, you will wake up with fresh air surrounded with nature, while you can doing yoga in your own terrace, then enjoy private breakfast overlooking the jungle.
I stayed at The Pari Sudha for 3 weeks because of a yoga retreat I attended not far from the hotel. It was the perfect hotel and I'm happy I chose it for my three week stay. Staff are extremely friendly and helpful, rooms are spacious and clean with beautiful view of the jungle. Breakfast was basic but good. The best part though was the staff - funny, friendly and very helpful, they attended every need. Thank you!
This beautiful little hotel was an absolute delight to stay in. The rooms were clean and had the most wonderful attention to detail - body cream which acts as a mosquito repellant and natural shower gel and shampoo to protect the local eco system. There are bikes available for the guests to use free or charge. The main town of Ubud is about a 15 minute drive away, but the staff are always available to get you a taxi. The rice fields are about a 30 minute cycle away which I would highly recommend. The pool isn’t the biggest, but is an invitation to relax and cool down in the heat. 2 massive thumbs up from us!
We recently booked 2 nights, online via Booking.com, based on the photos. On arrival, we saw that the place is nothing like the photos?! So different from the photos in fact that it would have ruined our trip to Ubud to stay there. We left without staying and had to find somewhere more suitable. Even the local taxi driver who dropped us there was pretty embarrassed. This ruined the start to our Ubud trip. We raised it via Booking.com who we booked with; they contacted the hotel who refused to return our funds and made us pay for two nights over $300 without us even staying? Very poor by the hotel, guess it does show their general standards and ethics though. They probably gave our rooms to someone else and received double payments from guests. The pool area and general surrounds were very small and untidy, definitely not a nice place where you can relax and unwind. The rooms were small and very average at best! The location is poor too, far away from everything including the town centre and (nice) rice fields. A very long narrow windy walk with heavy baggage from the nearest road and drop-off point. We were not expecting a 5 star place, but were expecting a 4 star. What this place is though is more like a 2 star, perhaps 3 star at best! But the pricing is more like a 4 star. I’m not normally one to leave any bad reviews, in fact this is my first. However the difference between the photos and what is really there, and the refusal to return our money we felt we had to review, to save other people from the same very bad all round experience! :(…
We traveled from the U.K. to Ubud in August 2019 and stayed at The Pari Sudha for 4 nights before moving on to the Gili Islands. The hotel is fantastic, the staff are very helpful and the breakfast good. The hotel itself has around 8 rooms and offers a really authentic, private experience. The location of the hotel is great, a short walk from the main road with all rooms having a brilliant view over a dense jungle area - very spectacular. The pool area is as impressive as it looks in the photographs with fantastic jungle viewers. You can easily travel into the centre of Ubud by taxi (around 5 minutes) or a 25 minute walk. We stayed in a garden view room which was spacious, with an authentic wooden finish. The thatched roof of the room really was special. The water in the shower was always hot and the room kept clean and tidy by staff. A range of options were offered at breakfast, traditional Bali, or ‘Western’ which could both be ordered to takeaway. We would recommend taking a bike (offers by the hotel free of charge) and cycling up the road (10 minutes) the hotel is on until you reach the Kokokan bird watching platform. The view is spectacular and the people in the village very friendly and helpful. The staff in the hotel helped to make our stay very comfortable - they couldn’t do enough for us. We would recommend The Pari Sudha to anyone looking to stay close to the centre of Ubud and still have a real Bali experience. The hotel certainly did not disappoint. …
We were searching for accommodation within close proximity to Ubud but still on the outskirts so you are more involved with the local villages and not tourists. It felt nice and secluded, surrounded by the sounds of wildlife and only a short 40min direct walk to Ubud Central.