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Jl. Raya Kedewatan, Banjar Baung Desa Sayan, Ubud 80571 Indonesia
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#270 of 981 B&Bs / Inns in Ubud
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Perched on the edge of an escarpment, overlooking the rice terraces of the Ayung river valley are the Gayatri Villas. Three highly individual villas combines the services of five star resort with the space and luxury of a private house. Each villa has 3 spacious bedrooms with deep terraces and private garden with swimming pool, modern kitchen and open living area.
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Chinese, Indonesian
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Brettdepue wrote a review Jul 2017
Rancho Santa Margarita, California5 contributions5 helpful votes
My wife and I were in Ubud for 3 nights on our Honeymoon and we stayed at Gayatri Villas. For the price, there is nothing better. They have one of the best views in Ubud, along with great customer service, quality rooms, and they serve you breakfast on your own balcony! For such a small property, they have 3 pools, including an infinite pool that looks over the forest. We will definitely be back!
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Date of stay: June 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Best Views
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Nandini G wrote a review Jun 2017
India74 contributions21 helpful votes
It is just out of some travel magazine I would say. Very peaceful, amidst nature and all green and quiet, except chirping of birds. Well saying that doesn't mean it it lacks comfort and luxury. The rooms are big, very spacious and trust me when I say the bathrooms are huge! Food is basic (we mostly had breakfasts only), but it was OK. The hosts were too helpful and with all smiles. They go an extra mile to help you. We arranged for our vehicle from the villa, and it was very good. If in Ubud, please check this place. Highly recommended. It is slightly away from the city center but that shouldnt be a hurdle, with a taxi its hardly 20-25 minutes.
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Date of stay: December 2016
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Rooms at 1st floor offer great views. All rooms are similar set ups. Try for rooms near pool....
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Anupam T wrote a review Apr 2017
Assam, India9 contributions3 helpful votes
Excellent experience when we stayed there for two nights, the location, hospitality and surroundings exceeded our expectations. View of the countryside from our room at first floor was awesome but poolside rooms are also preferred for the same.
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Date of stay: December 2016
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: poolside rooms
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leighholland wrote a review Dec 2016
Bendigo, Australia3 contributions4 helpful votes
Very clean rooms with friendly staff. There were a few issues, but the new owner was very helpful and saw that the issues were addressed personally. The owner made sure that we had everything we needed during our stay. It is a beautiful & peaceful location with magnificent views, only minutes away from Ubud.
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Date of stay: December 2016
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CphToBali wrote a review Nov 2016
Copenhagen, Denmark9 contributions4 helpful votes
The view is fantastic. It's great to relax in the pool, or view from the bathroom. It feels like someones guest house that you're using, in a good way. However, it's also someones guest house with some annoying flaws. The peeling paint and other things feel okay. The air condition that can't keep up and leaves you hot the entire night is not. The many small ants are acceptable - the fewer but huge ants are not as nice. Yes, it's close to nature, so not sure if it's possible to keep them out, but they were a bit too big and present. The breakfast is okay, but not more than that. We had trouble locking our hut and asked for help. Helpfully the staff had it locked after some attempts - but did nothing to repair it. Luckily there seems to be no real risk of theft so we left it unlocked. Overall staff was very friendly. Pool seems a bit on the murky side, the view from it is great, but we felt slightly dirty coming out of it. Considering the price it was definitely worth the visit, but the place and huts needs to be freshened up.
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Quiet, views
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Risa T wrote a review Oct 2016
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We booked this place without much information and it turned out to be the best experiences we could ever have in the art village Ubud. The place is in the hysterical part of the town, 15min by bicycle to the center. If you are looking for an authentic and also a luxury private resort experience with spiritual Balinese charm, this is the place for you. The beautiful pool is shared only by two groups of people so you have a very private feeling. The view from pool and balcony was just breath taking. Rice field and rich forest right underneath you. We liked to stay in the pool for sunset and self made drinks. Balinese music playing somewhere in the near by temple and forest gets foggy by that time, which made the amazing atmosphere. We saw the villa hotels in centre too but we were finally really happy to stay in our area. The location was just perfect. I wouldn't chose to stay in centre in order to enjoy charm of Ubud fully. Our Room was huge, clean and luxurious! Big bathroom with bathtub with the view on the forest. We could also use Kitchen, which allowed us to cook dinner sometimes ourselves. Breakfast will be carried to your own balcony at the time you want. It was such pleasure to wake up with the view and good warm breakfast. Stuffs were very friendly and helpful, communicative. I would like to send a special thanks to a manager lady Agung who spoke very good English and always made sure that we are provided everything we needed. She was also honestly friendly person and that made our stay even better. We already wrote down the name of the room we were staying, because we will definitely come back!
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Date of stay: October 2016
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rolletin wrote a review Aug 2016
Espoo, Finland3 contributions
Really beautiful little villa by the infinity-pool next to a green forest. Awesum view! Really private feeling and good service. The breakfast was made to our terrace by the time we asked (if you have some schedule book a bit earlier time then you should, ours was always 15-30 mins late). A bit outside of the center, which was nice for us- wanted some peace. All kinds of small animals were in the room, like lizards and ants. For us, again no problem! Really helpful staff! They did everything possible to make us feel like home. If you go to ubud and want a little bit of private luxury- go here!!!
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Date of stay: August 2016
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me020392 wrote a review Oct 2015
Bali, Indonesia20 contributions5 helpful votes
It is so calm here as it is pretty far from the Ubud main road. It has beautiful view as it is just before rice field. Friendly staffs and good food. Hey take your swimsuit as it is a perfect place to swim while you consume the beauty of the sun set. Enjoy your life!
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Choose upstair near the pool, just in front of the paddic
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mifinkeel wrote a review Oct 2011
Melbourne, Australia308 contributions125 helpful votes
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We stayed 5 nights in Pratiwi villa/s with our two children. Although the smallest of the three Gayatri villas, Pratiwi can easily accommodate 6 people, with three bedrooms and bathrooms, a living area, kitchen and a private pool. Around the villas and pool was a lush tropical garden. The rooms and pool were decorated with frangipani flowers every day. There was a beautiful view of rice paddies, a small temple and mountains from the upstairs balcony. The Balinese style pitched roof lets some noise in, so you are immersed in the Balinese experience of croaking frogs around the pool at night, and the dawn rooster alarm. A couple of nights we heard an atmospheric gamelan orchestra from a nearby temple. An a la carte breakfast was prepared and served daily at our requested time. There was a choice of toast, pancakes, fresh fruit juice or fruit platter, eggs and coffee. We did not receive the afternoon tea mentioned on the website, although we were out most days. The kitchen was well-equipped if you wish to cook, and there were also menus from a few local restaurants to order in. The villa can provide dinner with advance notice. There is a water cooler to refill water bottles, which was a nice touch. The villas were clean, and serviced and turned down daily. Although there were full mosquito nets around the beds and coils lit nightly, we didn’t have any problems with mosquitos. There was cable TV in the living area and free wifi. Sayan is an outlying village of Ubud, about 5km or 15 minutes drive from central Ubud. The villa provides a 2-hourly shuttle service on request, from 9am -5pm. A “taxi” costs about 50,0000 rp ($6); you need to negotiate a price. The villa is hard to find if arriving from outside Ubud, so it would be best for you or your driver to ring for directions first. Overall, our stay was very relaxing and a true Balinese experience. The villas were not perfect, but close to it; the water went off for an hour one night, and the upstairs bath was showing signs of age. Pros: - Private tropical oasis, with Balinese charm - Plenty of space - Friendly smiling and helpful staff, and local people Cons: - The 5.30am rooster alarm - Distance from Ubud, although this is also a pro, as you are away from the bustle.
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Date of stay: September 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Project25 wrote a review Aug 2011
Mumbai, India293 contributions317 helpful votes
Our family of 4 stayed in Paratiwi in August 2011. Overall we had a fantastic stay here and would recommend to any family. Gayatri is quiet, peaceful and well located. We got a good price of $300 per night and felt this was fair, I feel the list price of $450 would be a little high unless a little more luxury could be injected such as newer towels, free sundowners in the evening etc The Villa is very well appointed and the large, spacious bedrooms with super king canopy beds take your breath away. There are fantastic double baths for lazy evenings and there is more than enough space for a family of 4-6 to relax comfortably. Some fittings are dating a little and we felt there was a wiring issue in the main house. Both myself and my father in law received quite bad electric shocks from a bedside lamp which was not replaced as requested, but returned with a new fuse. There was also a condiderable leak from the AC in the upper bedroom ceiling during our stay - the place could do with a quick R&M once over. The staff were fantastic and extremely helpful. Gigih the Ops Manager is knowledgable about the area and speaks very good English. other staff are less confident but will always get you in front of someone who can help. The breakfasts were a little disappointing with a choice of fruit, a pancake, toast or a cooked breakfast. We would have preferred a more continental style of cereals, yoghurts and breads but what was served was tasty and filling, if not a little samey. The pool area is small but very pleasant, if not a little chilly in the mornings! The villa is well located off the main road in Sayan and although difficult to find the first few times, most taxi drivers will know the area and it is safe to wander around the village. The position above the Ayung gorge affords fantastic views of the fields on the opposite banks if you have the top bedroom. Unfortunately, this is the onlt room with a view and the pool feels a little hemmed in, behind trhe back wall of another villa.
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Date of stay: August 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Stay upstairs
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PRICE RANGE
$216 - $220 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
IndonesiaBaliGianyar RegencyUbud
NUMBER OF ROOMS
9
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Frequently Asked Questions about Gayatri Villa
Which popular attractions are close to Gayatri Villa?
Nearby attractions include Toekad Rafting (0.6 km), Bali Tours (Ngurah Alun) (0.6 km), and Bali Nirwana Tours (Gede Sumar) (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Gayatri Villa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Gayatri Villa?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning.
What food & drink options are available at Gayatri Villa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Gayatri Villa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Gayatri Villa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Balinese Home Cooking, Nasi Ayam Kedewatan Ibu Mangku, and Warung Kayana.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Gayatri Villa?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Gayatri Villa have airport transportation?
Yes, Gayatri Villa offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Gayatri Villa?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including Chinese and Indonesian.
Are there any historical sites close to Gayatri Villa?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Peliatan Royal Palace (3.8 km), Yeh Pulu Temple (6.1 km), and Pura Penataran Sasih (6.5 km).