Rambutan Boutique Hotel

Jalan Mawar, Kalibukbuk, Bali, 9999, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Mawar, Kalibukbuk.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRambutan Boutique Hotel Kalibukbuk

    Reviewed by deepcovepeter

    Good hotel

    Reviewed Jan 2, 2014
    by (15 reviews) North Vancouver , Canada Flag of Canada

    Located in the middle of Rambutri Village, the hotel is a save haven for travelers at a reasonable price. Comes with pool and immediate access to massages and decent but inexpensive restaurants.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by stiletto666

    Relaxed atmosphere

    Reviewed Feb 20, 2011
    by (3 reviews) Perth, Western Australia. , Australia Flag of Australia

    This is probably our favourite hotel in Bali now as this family run hotel is somewhere to go and just relax, forget about the world for a while. A very clean hotel with polite staff that don't intrude on your relaxation.

    If anything the only time you need to leave the hotel is try some of the restaurants in the area and this is the only fault with the hotel we had was the limited menu. The owner made himself known to us and was interested in our stay, where we had been and what our plans were. Old fashioned interest and courtesy goes a long way.

    Looking forward to going there again in the future.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rambutan Boutique Hotel Kalibukbuk

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Kalibukbuk

    Aug 3-4 Mt. Agung

    A travel blog entry by john.wroblewski on Aug 03, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... get hurt, your parents will push back at you, and in this way, guide you. The lesson was not lost on me. We continued, and I realized this wasn't a game of rite force, nor of gumption, but of realizing your relationship to the mountain, and using it to guide you in your path appropriately. The next 600 meters of elevation my mind dug into this, tunneling into the implications of what he said. In truth, he was speaking about more than the mountain. ...

    The mother temple of Bali ��

    A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jun 02, 2014

    Today we had planned another really busy, all day trip around the eastern side of Bali. After a quick breakfast our driver picked us up at 9am, thankfully a different driver than yesterday, which we were rather pleased about if I'm honest. Our itinerary was as follows: 1) Pura Besakih- The mother temple of Bali is the most important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali, perched nearly 1000 meters up the side of Gunung Agung (Mount Agung) 2) Mountain top view of ...

    Penestnan Village

    A travel blog entry by ronandkayasia on Jan 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... on when we arrived and we had beautiful chanting throughout the evening on our first night in lovely Bali. Woke up to a beautiful tropical rain this morning overlooking the ricefields. We have a traditional Bali style villa with beautiful woodcarvings and stonework open to air to let the natural breezes of the tropics come in. Off to explore the treasures of ...

    Day 4: Kuta to Ubud, Bali

    A travel blog entry by bmcswag on Oct 06, 2013

    25 photos

    ... once again. Arriving at the main street however wasn't as reassuring as we had hoped as there were only men along the street. We picked up our pace and speed walked all the way to the main tourist street. We continued on and headed straight to the beach. We avoided going near all people and became hyper-aware of our surroundings and where our belongings were in reference to the people around us. It was a definite shock to the system but I think it's a good ...

    'Doctor Christopher' and 'Mrs Jenny'...

    A travel blog entry by jenjens456 on Jul 18, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... art gallery space we had grown accustomed to the salesman shadow; one enters a room by one door to view the pieces and finds oneself alone to enjoy the art only to see the salesman who greeted you somehow appear at the door you leave by. Sadly, aside from the silversmiths, all were left disappointed by our non-committal to purchase.


    We stopped also at a temple along the way where we adorned ourselves with sarongs out of respect and viewed ...