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Gees and Jan Tinholt  | 2010-09-08 22:39:35
Dear Kadek and ALL other Staff members of Sri Ratih Cottages, Now that we are back in New Zealand our thoughts often go back to the wonderful time we had at your hotel from 20 July until 2 August 2010 . We will never forget your beautiful smiles, the friendly atmosphere and professional service extended to us. Next time when we come to Bali we will definitely come and stay with you again. Best greetings from Gees and Jan Tinholt, New Zealand.

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Bernd Luebbert  | 2010-05-26 13:49:18
I have been guest at the Sri Ratih Ubud several times during the last few years. I enjoy the friendly reception and the warm hospitality and the charm of a quiet garden hotel. I shall return.

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Ubud Accommodations

Ubud's accommodations have gone dramatically up market recently-hot water, AC, telephones and swimming pools are now readily available. Two of Bali's most exclusive hotels, Amandari and Four Seasons are also found here.

Decide on the area you want, then look around. Small hotels in the intermediate range line JI. Raya Ubud and JI. Monkey Forest and offer lovely bungalows set in gardens with swimming pools for $20-$50/night. Balinese-style home stays provide charming rooms with private bathroom, fan and hot water for USD 5.00 - USD15.00 Artists invite people into their homes to study or just to experience Balinese hospitality. All are easily reached on foot from the town center.

Travel out of Ubud in almost any direction and you'll find little home stays and bungalows tucked in among the rice fields, some with dramatic vistas. If you stay out in the rice paddies, it's handy to take along a mosquito net and flashlight'
Peliatan and Pengosekan, both just south Of Ubud, are cheaper and quieter. Penestanan and Campuhan to the west are lovely villages. You can see farmers working the fields; the place is lusciously green with small bungalows, shops and restaurants sprouting up everywhere.
Sayan and Kedewatan, further to the west, offer luxury rooms with great views up to the volcanoes and down the Ayung River to the coast. Saba, on the coast south of Blahbatuh, Andong on the road north to Tampaksiring and Goa Gajah also boast hotels for the more affluent traveler.
Most rooms have private bathrooms and rates include breakfast. Budget hotels offer toast, coffee/tea and fruit salad for breakfast.
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