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Bali – Where Luxury only Costs a Few Euro

10 September 2012 - Bali, Asia, East Asia, Indonesia 6 comments

A friend of mine accused me jokingly that I trash the noble ideals of backpacking by writing about paradise like places, but also very expensive ones…He was having my post about the Anantara Hotel in the Maldives in mind. Don’t be afraid, I didn’t betray the cause…And I still continue to appreciate the hotels, hostels and guesthouses where you feel fine whether they are 5 stars or none. And I’ll still write about luxurious locations and not only.  But, today, let’s go to Bali, more specifically to Sehati Ubud Guesthouse.

Today I will present an absolutely gorgeous place – guesthouse Sehati in Ubud, Bali. I slept here 4 nights in august 2009 and I felt excellent. I still remember, even now the flower scented sheet and the bamboo bed. The room was large, it had air conditioning, it had a TV probably, but I didn’t turn it on. Instead it was very peaceful and it had a superb garden – flowers, coconuts, papaya trees, green grass that urged you to only walk around barefoot…

It also had a spa in case you wanted a massage or some cosmetic treatment and the breakfast was served in an open aired pavilion. Above was the blue skies, palm trees, what to say more, paradise…

How much does this hotel costs? Well, now it is 350,000 Indonesian rupees …that is 29 euros or 37 USD ! However, when I stayed there, back in 2009, price was only 250,000 rupiah (21 euro / 26 USD).

I don’t want to write more. Just look at the pictures. And check their site in case you need a nice accommodation in Ubud.: http://www.sehati-guesthouse.com/index.html

Pictures of Sehati Ubud:

Traditional entrance of an Ubud hotelWelcome to Sehati!

Gueshouse in Ubud, Bali

  Hotel Sehati Ubud

Exotic garden in BaliThe garden

Sehati Ubud - terrace in open airEvery room has a porch

Sehati Ubud Guesthouse - flowers in the garden

Traditional lamps in Bali

Wonderful flowers in Bali

Statue of Hindu Gods in Ubud

Flowers in Bali

Garden of the guesthouse

Banana flowers

Exotic garden in Ubud

Gardens in Bali

Hindu God in Bali

Places to sleep in Ubud

Panoramic view of the guesthouse

Main guesthouse building in Ubud

Rooms at Sehati Ubud Guesthouse

Rice fields Ubud

The view from our balcony – rice plantations and other guesthouses.

Rice fields in Bali


Bowl with flowers in Bali

Heliconia flowers in Bali

Heliconia flowers

 Banana flowers in Ubud

This is how the bananan flowers look like

Walking the streets of Ubud

In the neighborhood…

Guesthouse room in Ubud

Guesthouse room in Bali

How a room looks like in a Bali guesthouse

The rooms…

Affordable room in Ubud, Bali

Our room with a canopy bed

Lots of green

The garden from a top view

Lots of greenery

 Papaya fruits in Ubud


Ready to leave UbudReady to leave towards Sanur

Flowers of UbudGood bye, Sehati!


Până acum există "6 comentarii" la acest articol:

  1. Mariette H says:

    Wow.. Noted. I will get there in a few weeks :) Thks for recommendation !

  2. Chala says:

    ave César…;-)
    Nice Post…but the flowers are not banana,they are heliconia…..

  3. […] present another super hotel, also from Bali – Hotel Hyatt Sanur. Unfortunately it doesn’t cost 29 euros , but it is simply superb, so I didn’t resist the temptation of presenting it here. I stayed […]

  4. valent says:

    Welcome to my country everyone…if you have time please visit Manado we also has beautiful island.
    please visit http://indonesiatip.com/manado-tidak-kalah-indah-dengan-bali/

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