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Hotels in Ubud
Alila Ubud Hotel
Bali Spirit Hotel
Champlung Sari Hotel
Lorin Villa Resort
Maya Ubud Hotel
Natura Resort & Spa Hotel
Pertiwi Bangalow
Pita Maha Hotel
Waka Barong Hotel
Waka Di Uma Hotel
Wana Villas Beach & Resort

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Ubud

Ubud Hotels & Resorts - Bali Travel Guide

Ubud Hotels

Cat.

Room Type

Alila Ubud Hotel
(Formerly The Chedi)

Deluxe

Deluxe

Deluxe

Deluxe

Deluxe

Deluxe

Deluxe

Bali Spirit Hotel

Superior

Emerald

Champlung Sari Hotel

Superior

Standard

Standard

Standard

Standard

Standard

Lorin Villa Resort

First

Superior Garden

Superior Garden

Superior Garden

Superior Garden

Superior Garden

Maya Ubud Hotel

Deluxe

Run of House

Superior G. Villa

Natura Resort & Spa Hotel

Deluxe

Traditional V

Traditional V

Traditional V

Traditional V

Traditional V

Pertiwi Bangalow

Superior

Superior

Superior

Superior

Superior

Superior

Superior

Pita Maha Hotel

Deluxe

Garden Villa

Pool Garden V

Waka Barong Hotel

First

Standard Bangalow

Standard Bangalow

Standard Bangalow

Standard Bangalow

Standard Bangalow

Waka Di Uma Hotel

First

Lanais/Bangalow

Lanais/Bangalow

Lanais/Bangalow

Lanais/Bangalow

Lanais/Bangalow

Wana Villas Beach & Resort
(Formerly Dewata Beach)

Tourist

Standard

Standard

Standard

Standard

Standard

Suite Room

Suite Room

Suite Room

Suite Room

Suite Room




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