Panorama Hotel

Address: Jl Raya Pengosekan, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Jl Raya Pengosekan, Ubud, is near SANg Spa, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, Bike-Baik Tours, and Museum Puri Lukisan.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsPanorama Hotel Ubud

        Reviewed by zoeandkatie

        Balinese and only as a last resort

        Reviewed Jan 13, 2011
        by (2 reviews) Dumfries , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        After looking for a place to stay and this being the only place left we had to book it, but it was clean and reasonable, but not hotel standard. I am use to staying in cheap hostels so if a posh hotel is what you are looking for then this is not the place, however, we were well looked after with free breakfast and a clean bed to sleep in with nice gardens and a view of rice paddies over the back.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Panorama Hotel Ubud

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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        A travel blog entry by laurenbourke on Sep 30, 2015

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        ... quite a way, down to Sanur and we stopped at an empty roadside warung. Out the back, we sat on raised eating platforms and shared a Balinese meal with Edi (while feral cats watched on, awaiting our scraps). I had duck again, and it was really delicious. Also had watercress with a spicy Sambal paste mixed through it. We enjoyed spending time with Edi, his English is quite good and he's about our age. Heading home to Ubud, Edi asked if we wanted to try the coffee, Luwak, that ...

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        A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Nov 22, 2014

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        ... jeroan for the odalan of your temple.

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        A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jun 02, 2014

        ... unfortunately the prices are just too expensive for us and were determined to find cheaper versions in Ubud market. We didn't really like today's driver either because like yesterday, he was trying to scam us by pretending that the entry tickets were more expensive to cover his parking costs! It seems everyone's in it for the money in Indonesia and money always comes first no matter how and what it takes. Big shame really because it makes us feel like we can't trust anyone ...