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We stayed two nights in this family-run villa-style hotel. It is a complex of separate rooms so no noise, beautiful garden/temple setting with well - kept small swimming pool. Nice if not copious breakfast. All the family are extremely helpful. Ubud itself is full of...More
My friend and I stayed here last week and I highly recommend it. It is full of Balinese charm and very pretty. It was a privilege to stay in a temple compound and I loved the room style and art work. The customer service is...More
Ketut's palace was my very first stop in Bali and well...it couldn't be better. It was everything I needed to feel relaxed and on holidays: a Balinese building, surrounded by nature, with very friendly and helpful staff and, walking distance from the market and nightlife....More
Ketut's place was about 15 minutes from the Main Street and 30 from Monkey Forest but still secluded enough to give you the peace and relaxation you want in Ubud! The staff went over and beyond to make sure my stay was comfortable! Thanks for...More
The most beautiful hotel. Very cultural and family-run establishment with a wonderfully peaceful atmosphere. Excellent customer service, the staff couldn't be more helpful. I would definitely recommend.
US$39 - US$68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#16 Best Value Hotel in Ubud
#45 Spa Hotel in Ubud
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It is downhill from Ketuts place to the traditional art markets and takes about 15 minutes. It is close to Monkey Forest Road, but the actual monkey forest is about 2km away. On a hot day you would want to get a driver... More
It is downhill from Ketuts place to the traditional art markets and takes about 15 minutes. It is close to Monkey Forest Road, but the actual monkey forest is about 2km away. On a hot day you would want to get a driver. Ketut’s place can organise drivers to take you around.
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"The rooms are all beautiful, with your own personal porch area where we ate a lovely breakfast every day."