In Ubud, a newest hotel on a retard is Artotel Haniman-Ubud, which officially non-stop over this past weekend. The art-inspired boutique property, finished adult by Bitte Design Studio, sits only mins divided from Pura Taman Sari, Monkey Forest, and many of a town’s renouned traveller attractions.
If we consider a name sounds familiar, that’s since a Artotel Group has 4 other locations sparse around Indonesia. Its 22 guest bedrooms here, widespread over dual floors, come in Studio 20 (20 sqm), Studio 30 (30 sqm), and Studio 40 (40 sqm) options — all consistent complicated minimalism with internal birthright motifs to emanate a quaint retreat, featuring sleek marble and timber pattern details.
Expect all a common in-room amenities like coffee machines and Wi-Fi, as good as nominal washing services and daily shuttles to and from Ubud center. But a prominence of a stay here is, naturally, a Artotel tradition of showcasing Indonesian contemporary artists, so if you’re an art junkie, keep an eye out for a arrangement of strange murals by Kemal Ezedine.
The hotel might be a friendly one, but should we feel like staying in all day, good then, good news: The skill is also home to a rooftop garden courtyard, a spa, and a grill and bar called Full Circle by EXPAT. Roasters, which serves food all day along with locally roasted coffees in a morning and cocktails in a evening.
Jl. Jatayu, Desa Padang Tegal, Ubud. Rates from 680,151 IDR/night.