How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Kamandalu Ubud
Travel Blogs from Ubud
- wake up at 6:30, cab to airport
- get Texas chicken and Milo, both suck
- land and get ripped off in cab to Kuta
- go to that one home-base restaurant with misty fans
- rent motorbikes
- go to Ubud in chaotic ride involving multiple tickets, a crash, and yelling
- arrive as girls are prepping to leave
- get situated …
... culminated with some wonderful traditional dancing, the Balinese dancers looked so colourful and elegant on the stage (don’t know about the lads though). The combination of colour, gamelan music and whirling bodies was a wonderful experience. Nusa Penida had been a fantastic experience – untainted by tourism it was rough, real and just what we were looking for. Bali has such a reputation for being a tourist Mecca so we felt lucky to have found this little ...
... but not quite as cheap as we thought it would be for SE Asia. We assume this is because it has become so touristed, and Australians make this their cheap vacation destination.
Ubud was a welcome change from Seminyak and definitely our favourite destination in Indonesia. Even though the centre of town was very busy and noisy with traffic congested streets, you only had to walk one or two streets over to find some peace and quiet. Balinese people are ...
... window onto the busy main street, several hits of the door had resulted in it opening. The driver had decided he would just drop us in the centre rather than at the hotel like he was supposed to and, without there being much we could do about it, wondered round with our bags until we decided to jump in a taxi. After quickly grabbing a shower and some pizza, Jodie's birthday night out began.
Kuta is a the type of heavily touristy place we had so far managed to avoid but ...
... sun for the afternoon. Our room was big, with indoor and outdoor showers and freestanding bath, doubly vanity units and four poster king size bed( and this was their cheapest room at £150 per night)! The staff made up the room twice per day drawing the curtains and turning down the bed in the evenings. After a dinner of gin cocktails, Thai Beef salad and Indonesian mains we were in bed by ...