Gaya Villas At Gaya Fusion

Address: Jalan Raya Sayan, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located on Jalan Raya Sayan, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Batik Factory.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGaya Villas At Gaya Fusion Ubud

    Reviewed by fredaking14


    Reviewed Jul 26, 2011
    by (1 review) Boston , United States Flag of United States

    20 minutes from the chaos of Ubud Center, Gaya VIllas offers beautiful accommodations, THE most wonderful staff a hotel could ask for, amazing food from their open air restaurant, a lobby that serves as a gallery for inspiring artists, and....a gelato shop, made daily on premise. I LOVED my time at Gaya! Batuk Bungalow and Villa Jepun were my homes away from home. Ask for them! And be serenaded by the frogs. Be prepared to RELAX and be pampered.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Gaya Villas At Gaya Fusion Ubud

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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