Ratings based on 36 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Lou from US
Sweet DealPosted Jul 1, 2014
Location: white water rafting was the bomb!
What an amazing holiday! Will do it again and again!
for Everyoneby Ian from Darwin AU
Nice quite hotel on the hill sidePosted Mar 4, 2014
Nice hotel with great food, Indonesian atmosphere. Each room is a mini villa with a nice view of the surrounding nature. Not too many rooms, so the pool and restaurant is never very busy. Staff will go over and above to suit your wishes, whether it is breakfast, a tour booking, or a driver into town. The included tour is very informative about the Bali culture and the ways of the local villagers.
for Everyoneby Alicia from Osaka, Japan
Lovely Eco hotel, a bit remote, but very nicePosted Sep 13, 2013
Cons: The thatched roofs were exceedingly noisy during rain, and we could sometimes hear the kitchen staff talking despite having all doors and windows shut
Location: The free village tour is nice, but Ubud is about 1/2 hour away (although they offer 3 free shuttles daily), so it's a bit remote.
We stayed here for 4 nights and ate virtually all our meals here, which were wonderful. Their complimentary breakfast is huge and delicious as well. The staff was kind and helpful and the grounds were lovely. We would recommend this hotel to anyone wanting a quiet respite. We enjoyed the spa and hard to find hot tub, but we wished there would have been a small gym with even just a few cardio machines or something. Otherwise, it was wonderful, and we highly recommend going on the free village tour while you are there, it's fun and informative.
for Business Travelersby surfergirl from NZ
Fantastic servicePosted Aug 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
Would highly recommend the Alam Sari...we thoroughly enjoyed our stay albeit a short one. The staff are absolutely lovely and very accomodating. The gardens were absolutely delightful, well kept and the pool is beautiful....Bit of road noise but that is common in Bali. Each room is quite private and had everything we needed, very clean with large bathrooms,great views and extremely clean. Slight set of stairs from road to reach the hotel.
for Everyoneby Lisa from Montreal, QC, Canada
Immerse yourself in the jungle and culturePosted Aug 6, 2013
Pros: Wonderful views, amazing pool, great staff.
Cons: Food and were drinks were a bit pricey.
Location: Location is wonderful! Far from all the tourists!
Great staff, cool pool, amazing views! Expect to spend time at the resort, because there's nothing near by. You're completely immersed in the Balinese culture and jungle. The food and drinks are a bit pricey, but it was expected. Do try the Satay Ayam (chicken). We visited the rice fields near by and had a wonderful experience with the locals. They offer visits of the Keliki village and rice fields. It was the best stay for our first night in Bali - we finally got to relax here. Ubud is the next stop!
Recommendedby Tim from New Zealand
Amazing, Friendly and TranquilPosted Jul 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
After spending several nights in Seminyak this was the perfect escape for a change of pace, set amongst a beautiful jungle backdrop surrounded by coconut trees and tropical fruit trees, we enjoyed the complimentary village tour through the rice fields and arts village and also made use of the free shuttle to and from Ubud (20 mins drive away).Very helpful and friendly staff and a great menu at very affordable prices (it cost us about $100-150 USD for several lunches and 3 course meals for two!). Had some great chats to Agung, the restaurant manager who was a very friendly man, the pool was perfect and made for an even nicer setting!
for Couplesby Kt from Canada
Great place to stay, remote locationPosted Jul 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed here during our honeymoon, the staff were great, the restaurant was delicious, nice pool. It is very remote, although the hotel provides three shuttles per day. If you want a quiet place to stay, this would be a great spot. One consideration - if you book a village stay room, it literally means that you stay in a nearby village that serves as a home stay, you aren't on the actual hotel property... We made this error when booking, but were able to change rooms when we checked in.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice standard roomPosted Jun 6, 2013
The hotel is in Tegllallong and a little far from Ubud center. The host and hostess of the village stage were very nice and the food was delicious. However the room had only one bed instead of two twin beds. The yard was a little bit noisy early in the morning since the villagers and their fowl got up very early. However the standard hotel room was great, with a beautiful swimming pool and lovely views outside, as shown in the official pics. Food was good. We enjoyed the spa a lot.
for Everyoneby Kaye from Australind WA, Australia
Gods GardenPosted Jun 4, 2013
Pros: The staff
Cons: can;t think of a thing
Location: Breath taking
we found it great clean and the staff couldn't do enough for you the food was great the only thing a few changes to the breakfast menue
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Johannesburg, South Africa
Great Balinese hideoutPosted May 14, 2013
Pros: Balinese atmosphere
Cons: Noise from the road
Location: 15 minutes from Ubud, far enough away to actually see some rice fields.
Great Balinese hideout, wonderful atmosphere. Very friendly staff make the stay comfortable. Only drawback is the noise of the street, but this dies down in the evening.