Featuring just two villas on the property, the Bali Jiwa Villa is a wonderful choice for families seeking out privacy and tranquility in a rural location. While the location is rural, the hotel provides a daily shuttle service into Ubud, giving guests easy access to the many attractions located there. Both villas can accommodate up to three guests when the sofa bed is utilized. Amenities offered to families include babysitting, an in-room DVD player, complimentary Wi-Fi access, free breakfast and a private swimming pool. The property does not have an onsite restaurant, but is located just a short drive away from dining opportunities.
Our Editor Loves
- Private swimming pools
- Comfortably sized villas
- Tranquil location
- Theme Park
- Water Sports
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
Ok, the place seems to be paradise first few hours. But then it just won't feel safe. The family of the owner was living nearby and someone was always opening the gate and entering territory that's supposed to be your private space. So when you just want to chill or swim in the pool, a gardener may come in and start doing his job right in front of you without asking anything, well most don't even speak english. Everybody's trying to be nice and helpful though. There are insects and singing geckos there, some of them are living right behind pictures on the walls and prefer singing at nights ) There's a big summer kitchen outside, you may ask the owner for breakfast or dinner.
This was a perfect place to relax and observe the beauty of Bali. But only a short drive into Ubud.
There are only two villas and these are very private but sharing a spectacular view across the rice fields to the jungle and to the dramatic peaks beyond. A view, even more mesmerising when floating in your private infinity pool. The villa was spacious and very comfortable, with both an indoor and outdoor shower.
The staff were always friendly, polite, very competent and responsive.
Dinners were fresh and tasty with a blend of western and Indonesian style cooking. Once we advised that we liked our food a bit spicy they adjusted the flavours or made certain that we had good sambal to accompany the meal.
Whilst secluded, there are pretty walks once you leave the front door - either through the lush fields or into the village of Kelusa with its long streets of striking traditional house compounds. And everyone will give you a smile and friendly greeting.