Villa Indah Ubud - Villa Ayung
Villa Indah Ubud - Villa Ayung


Private room

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed


Private room

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

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About this listing

Nestled high on the valley rim is the Villa Indah Ubud, overlooking one of the most spectacular view in all of Bali. We have a range of villas to suit singles, couples and families looking for a peaceful getaway or longer-term retreat.


The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Room type: Private room

Amenities

Prices
Weekly Discount: 15%

Description

Guest access

Food & Drinks
Villa Indah boasts a delicious menu of Indonesian favourites from Nasi Goreng, Gado-Gado & satays through to Pepes Ikan or Pepes Ayam – steamed fish or chicken with aromatic Balinese spices, wrapped in banana leaf served with Balinese steamed rice.

A full menu is available in your Guest Book in your room. All food can be served in your room or out on the pool deck.

Massages
Our staff can organise a traditional Balinese massage or treatment in your room or pool-side – wherever you feel most comfortable.

Our wonderful staff can book these for you – however please note that Botanica is that good that it can book out way in advance. If you’re looking for a full or half say spa experience we recommend booking a few weeks before your arrival. We promise it’s worth the planning!

Yoga
We can organise a yoga teacher to come to Villa Indah daily during your stay & can provide yoga mats & props ready for your class. There is possibly no better place to practise yoga than looking out over the Ayung River in the early morning.

Adventures
Bali has so many wonderful places to explore & Villa Indah is ideally placed to get to all of them. Whether you’re up for some action or want to get out & stroll through the rice fields, or simply view some of Bali’s breathtaking scenery – please speak to our lovely staff who will put a program together for you.

Cultural Experiences
Bali is a rich tapestry of religion & custom – simply by stepping outside your door you will notice Balinese culture which is woven into every detail of everyday life.

If you wish to learn more about Balinese culture again our very knowledgeable staff will be able to book you tickets to see traditional Balinese dance, or learn it for yourself! You can also learn to make Balinese offerings or cook Balinese Food.

The neighbourhood

Kedewatan & the Ayung River ValleyOne of the most spectacular views in all Bali— you’ll look out over a deep, lush river valley formed by the fast-flowing Ayung River. The Ayung is Bali’s most sacred river – running from the northern mountain ranges into the sea near Sanur.

Ubud
Ubud is located up in the mountains of Bali and is considered the island’s arts and cultural heartland.
Founded in the 8th century by a Javanese Hindu priest Rsi Marhandya, Ubud or Ubad (literally meaning medicine) is considered a place of ‘holy inspiration’. It has been an epicentre of creativity attracting famous artists such as Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet, Colin Macphee, Noel Coward and Antonio Blanco. Also renowned for healing, Ubud attracts people from across world who seek out Balinese traditional medicine, massages & yoga.
 
Bali
Bali is an island that is part of the Indonesian archipelago, which is made up of 17,000+ islands. Balinese Hinduism is the predominant religion with rich cultural ceremonies & offerings making up a big part of everyday life in Bali.
The most common languages spoken in Bali are Bahasa Indonesia & Basa Bali — if you would like to learn some of the key phrases in both languages before your arrival please see below. English is widely spoken in Bali, so learning the languages is not a necessity, but certainly makes a difference to your stay.

Getting around

We're are 5-10 minute drive from Ubud centre depending on traffic or 30-40 minute walk into town.


House Rules
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 2PM

Cancellations

Flexible

Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.


Safety features
Smoke detector
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit

Availability
1 night minimum stay

26 Reviews


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Janice User Profile
April 2017
My boyfriend and I stayed two nights at Villa Indah. We rented Villa Ayung, as per Summa's recommendation, as we wanted something spacious and private at the same time. The villa did not disappoint on those two aspects. The villa itself was great! We had lots of space to move around in the villa and outside on the porch. The view from the porch was absolutely amazing. The bed was quite comfortable and the pillows were extra soft. We didn't use the daybed much as there were quite a bit of dead bugs and small brown bits which I'm not sure what they were. On our first night, we also found those small brown bits on our bed. It was a small issue since it didn't stain the bed and we just swept them off the bed. The staff on site were friendly, helpful and attentive. We checked in pretty late for our first night and are very grateful that the staff woke up to show us to our room. When there was a problem with the wifi connection, someone came down immediately to help rectify the problem. We appreciate the staff's attention to service. The villa is about a 10-minute bike ride to central Ubud, a good enough duration that we could enjoy the scenery when we headed out. All in all, we had a really good time there and would definitely consider staying there the next time we are in Ubud!

Eimed User Profile
April 2017
Great place to stay close to Ubud. Sumptuous view on the jungle from our giant private terrace. Very good welcome and very nice staff, easy going and breakfast served at our terrace at the time we prefer. The swimming pool is big and so peaceful ! Do not hesitate to book there if you want to fully enjoy Ubud beautiful nature !

Christina User Profile
February 2017
My favorite hideaway in the Ubud area! Stunning view, relaxed and calm atmosphere, friendly village, outdoorsy feeling and close to nature (for me very nice for a change to all the artificial resorts and villas as this is more authentic) We extended a night and I would stay there anytime again. Thanks for everything!

Anjab User Profile
February 2017
Fantastic view. Quite a distance to the ubud central. Not too far if you take a taxi. It will be a good idea to grab a scooter. Breakfast was simple and good enough. Tried the lunch once. It was good too. Staff doesn't speak really good English. But very supportive and helpful people.

Brad User Profile
January 2017
Beautiful view

Elisabetta User Profile
January 2017
Fantastic panoramic view of the jungle (and if lucky you will hear gamelan music from temple), nice and friendly staff, very big and spacious room and terrace (true that lighting is quite dark so unless you have a portable lamp, no reading at night possible), very good value because other 5 star hotels in area have same view but will be charging double, sometimes 10x the price plus it has apoll too! For food, there are a few warungs (small local restaurants) within walking distance but the best is the pork/chicken barbecue which you can either walk to yourself or ask staff to buy for you. Otherwise, go to Ubud where there are tons of choices (cafe wayan for example is very nice). One will need to ask for 'taxis' to go anywhere but there are no normal cabs with meters. Rates will have to be bartered and make sure you do so before getting in. Ubud is about 10min. away and costs Rp60,000 (about 5$). Overall great place to stay at!

Mercedes User Profile
January 2017
Pros- jungle view, complimentary drinks such as beer, soda and water. Free breakfast, welcoming front desk with a fresh juice. Cons- Dim lights inside, found ants and weird insects on the bed, and some black mud on the floor, wifi doesn't even work! the door infront has gap inbetween even when you lock it so we had to cover it up with a cloth, the hanging cover of the bed is dirty, scary & weird feeling ambiance for us.
Summa User Profile
Response from Summa:
Hi Mercedes, thank you for staying with us. I'm sorry to hear about the bugs, but they are part & parcel of living in the jungle, even the most air-tight homes have them visit. I'm not sure what the mud would have been, but will ask our staff. I was aware we had issues with the wifi for a couple of days, it was sadly out of our control as it was the telephone company line that was down, not just ours. Our staff said they did offer you complimentary drinks to make up for this inconvenience, but there wasn't much we could do about this issue at the time. Thanks, Summa
January 2017

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