Are you boring to stay at hotel? Once upon a time, try to stay at the peaceful homes of local residents. In the tourist area of Ubud, Ganesha Inn offers a comfortable place to live in. It is specially prepared for tourists with cozy atmosphere and full of intimacy. Ganesha Inn is located at Jalan Hanuman 43, Padang Tegal village, Ubud. The location is very close to Monkey Forest namely about 15 minutes, about 20 minutes from the Ubud Art Market and about 2 hours from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Spreading across the area of 6,500 square meters, each building offers different architectural style. Three buildings of single-storied and two-storied building are designed with perfect fusion of Balinese and Javanese nuance. They are dominated by the use of wood and bamboo, so that they look natural. The rooms are equipped with fan and desk, wardrobe, and a private patio or balcony. There is also free Wi-Fi access. Certain units are designed in traditional style with wooden fixtures. Both shower and bathtub are available in each private bathroom. Therefore, staying here is like at home.
The countryside panorama can actually be enjoyed here. Besides, the view here is very attractive as spreading amidst the overlay of beautiful verdant paddy fields. Meanwhile, the landscaping garden arrangement put emphasis on tropical plants. When sitting down in the garden, you will be greeted friendly by parrot using a foreign language.Travelers can enjoy biking through the paddy fields, or rent a car and then explore the area of Bali. “Breakfast is served daily in the hotel’s dining room. For the other dishes, room service is available upon request,” said Putu Suartika, the owner.
Tourists from various countries stayed at this village home. However, most tourists are from France. They stay for weeks because they feel like at home. Based on guest comments, it is the most perfect place to live in. With friendly staff, safe and comfortable atmosphere as well as quality sanitation, it offers convenient living at affordable room rate. (BTN/015)
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