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The classic Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa, built where two sacred rivers meet, has been legendary since 1928. As the first hotel in the artist colony of Ubud, this royal guest house graciously hosted celebrities and foreign painters such as Walter Spies.
Arriving just after midnight our check in was so slow. Dont understand why as our accommodation was already fully paid for. My poor 10 year was so tired but the reception just took his time.
A short walk to our room and we went straight...More
very quiet big rooms and verandas in the jungle 2mn from Ubud centre... I like to thank MIA at the reception for her efficiency kindness and thoughtful behaviour... She'll do anything for you and well... Also Surya !!! And Nyoman Sukadana he is the one...More
Absolutely recommend this hotel for anyone wanting a beautiful and unique destination wedding in Bali!
My Husband and I couldn't be happier with our wedding day. Our wedding planner (provided by hotel) made everything incredibly easy and stress free. They take care of all details...More
There are literally hundreds of spas in Ubud, but none that are outdoors in a grotto with carvings of goddesses, animals and nature surrounding you in a cave like setting that can only be described as magical. There are three pools, one is freezing, a...More
This hotel was in a beautiful location and the shuttle bus to the town centre was perfect for getting in and out of the city. This hotel is definately 'in the jungle' We could see squirrels just outside our window. The room itself is quite...More
Victoria, this is one of the reasons why we preferred to book at other spas. The personnel's level of training at this resort is sub-par, so I assume this is also valid for spa staff. If you want the best experience book at... More
Victoria, this is one of the reasons why we preferred to book at other spas. The personnel's level of training at this resort is sub-par, so I assume this is also valid for spa staff. If you want the best experience book at Karsa spa, they are ranked #1 in Ubud, and they trully are #1. But you will have to book in advance as they are very busy. A phonecall will do. Regarding Tjhampuhan hotel, the hot and cold springs are very nice though, if you manage to endure the cold waters - it is great for your skin and circulation... the rest of the spa treatments are waaay overpriced compared to competition (Karsa spa services are half priced for example).