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Tegal Sari Accomodation, Ubud

9 November 2010 One Comment

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Super Deluxe room at Tegal Sari

We first read about this gem of a hotel in an online travel forum. It was intriguing at that time, that out of the hundred of reviews that they had, only a handful (three!) had bad things to say about the hotel. As we were heading to Ubud in mid 2009, we thought that it was the perfect opportunity to sample the experience that everyone seemed to be raving about.

Entrance walkway at Tegal Sari

Entrance walkway

Wooden room

The one-of-a-kind wooden room

We can safely say that they did not disappoint. The hotel grounds were simply stunning, nestled among beautiful rice fields. Rooms were well furnished, staff was attentive and efficient, breakfast was tasty, and they arranged free transport for Ubud area. For the price of Rp.500,000 (superior deluxe room), what more can one ask for?

To be clear, this is not a five star hotel, nor does the room come with five star price tag; so it may not compare well (i.e. apple-to-apple) with your favourite five star hotel. For example, there is no TV in the room. Food, while tasty, is not fine-dining standard. Also don’t expect them to chauffeur you around in a limo.

Entrance to super deluxe room no 21

Entrance to super deluxe room no 21

Inside the toilet

Inside the toilet

Breakfast on the patio

Breakfast on the patio

Rice field view from the patio

Rice field view from the patio

This being one of our top hotel picks in Bali, we find it almost criminal not to recommend such a value deal. One last piece of advice, it can be very difficult to get a room at Tegal Sari, so book early. Like six months early. (Yes, we’re serious).

Travel Info

Website http://www.tegalsari-ubud.com/enhanced/index.php

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