Guesthouse, Double Room with Private Bathroom
Jl Hanoman gg Anila no 20 Ubud, 80571 Ubud, Indonesia
Umah Anila offers rooms with private balconies in the Ubud City-Centre of Ubud. Featuring an ATM, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The air-conditioned rooms provide a city view and come with a desk and free WiFi. The units at the guest house come with a seating area. Every room has a private bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. Guests at Umah Anila can enjoy an Asian breakfast. Speaking English and Indonesian, staff will be happy to provide guests with practical information on the area at the reception. Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Monkey Forest Ubud, Ubud Market and Bebek Bengil.
❝Room and bathroom is incredible clean. Bed and sheets are very comfortable. The breakfast is amazing and is served right outside your room. Owner is very sweet and the location is excellent with walking distance to monkey forest and both restaurants and shops just round the corner.❞
❝Everything is perfect and peaceful here. You see the volcano when having breakfast in front of the room. I extended my stay and will definitely come back!❞
The town of Ubud, in the uplands of Bali, Indonesia, is known as a center for traditional crafts and dance. The surrounding Ubud District’s rainforest and terraced rice paddies, dotted with Hindu temples and shrines, are among Bali’s most famous landscapes. Ancient holy sites include the intricately carved Goa Gajah (“Elephant Cave”) and Gunung Kawi, with its rock-cut shrines. Lively Ubud town is packed with yoga and healing centers, organic restaurants and galleries. Art museums such as the Neka and the Agung Rai display traditional and contemporary works by local and expatriate artists. Traditional Balinese dance performances take place in the Royal Palace courtyard. At the Ubud Monkey Forest nature reserve and temple complex, macaques play amid jungle vines and overgrown Hindu monuments. Just south are craft villages including Mas, known for wood carvings, Celuk, for jewelry, and Batubulan, for stone carvings.