by lynnie203 on Dec 07, 2014Hotel
Unfortunately we only spent 3 nights at this magnificent property- we will definitely extend that next time we visit! Experiencing the facilities of a one bedroom villa with private plunge
pool was superb and I am going to highly recommend it to friends and clients.
Staff, management & service was impeccable - couldn't be faulted.. Thanks a lot, we'll be back!!
by tezelliott on Dec 06, 2014Hotel
Just spent 5 days at this beautiful resort, stayed in a 2-bedroom duplex pool villa( villa 302),had its own plunge pool but as this villa was right next to the
main pool we spent most of our time swimming there, it is a stunning infinity pool overlooking the lush valley and river,we had this pool almost to ourselves the whole time.
The villa itself was huge,with all the amenities you would expect plus a nice touch of nuts and biscuits replenished daily.
The breakfast was something to look forward to every morning, with the amazing view adding to the experience, also they do an all day breakfast, which is something I've never encountered at a resort before.
Free afternoon tea plus snacks are offered in the afternoon.
The spa was also a very pleasant experience.
ALL the staff were incredibly friendly and helpful and are an asset to the hotel.
The gardens are simply gorgeous, a more natural look in keeping with the jungle surrounds, much nicer than some of those sterile hotels that are so common now, saw lots of wildlife including squirrels, frogs, birds, monkeys.
Only one little thing that I could suggest- a drying rack outside for swimming costumes and towels so that you don't have to drape them over the furniture to dry.
Would definitely return to this resort and recommend it to others.
by Ariana S on Dec 01, 2014Hotel
Their sales person told me that The Royal Pita Maha is heaven on Ubud, I really curious because of it, then last Saturday I managed to stay at Pita Maha
Resort, their sister hotel because of The Royal Pita Maha already fullybooked.
When we are arrive, I stunt by their uniform that sooo elegant, love it..too bad I did not take any pictures, already amaze by their view, however you can see in their web, the picture is the same with the original view...
I stayed at Villa Garden Pool, and it was already a heaven for me and my husband, wondering, how great it is The Royal Pita Maha then..must stay next time....
Villa is so spacious, love the pool that have serenity view to the valley...at evening is so peaceful...the staff so friendly..love it...
The breakfast room view so great...love the breakfast as well...
Must visit hotel in Ubud..very recommended...
by Harvy007a on Nov 26, 2014Hotel
Ok guys put to one side four points by Sheraton, jw Marriott and forget about taj palaces and lets welcome pita maha Bali. Absolute top notch, from pool room, amazing views and jacuzzi baths. A breakfast to die for and guss what is available from 7am all the way till 5pm. This place is amazing. Sorry to rub it in just needed to share this with u guys. Top notch. Pics to follow. Seriously amazing and the food toast and preparation is out of this world. The chef is is a true credit to the hotel and disereves all the credit he can get. After staying in manny wounder full places such as palaces in India etc I can say this hotel beats them all. Top notch and I recommend this hotel to honeymooners especially.
by quietguy2507 on Nov 23, 2014Hotel
From the moment we were met at Denpasar airport by a friendly and knowledgeable driver, dressed in the traditional Balinese style, the Pita Maha was a dream come true.
The Pita Maha has only 23 villas so there was never a sense that we jostling for space or attention with the other guests.
We stayed in a garden pool villa which gave us total seclusion with fabulous views over a river valley to rice paddies beyond. The large villa was tastefully and luxuriously appointed with nice touches like complimentary nuts and cookies replaced twice daily and unlimited bottled water. The shower and bath are outside under a thatched roof. There is a generously sized pool to soak away the stresses of the day's shopping or sightseeing activities. The gardens are mature and immaculately maintained. We had visits from squirrels, frogs and lizards while we relaxed either on the loungers under umbrellas or on the verandah at the table or on the day bed. One small complaint about the room - two single beds pushed together is never going to be as good as a king no matter how good the overlay. The bed is surrounded by effective mozzie netting and the hotel provides a plug in mosquito repellent and mozzies coils to burn. If you are an exceptionally tasty morsel for a mozzie you might think about bringing you own insect spray.
The hotel is built on the side of a valley and so your morning exercise is a climb up to the open air restaurant for a tasty and substantial complimentary breakfast served by the wonderfully friendly and attentive waiters. There is heaps of choice and you will not go hungry. All the staff that we encountered were exceptionally friendly, professional and keen to make our stay as good as possible.
Other facilities include an infinity pool with its own bar and a spa where professional and discreet staff will massage you into a state of bliss.
The hotel is a 20 minute walk into the heart of Ubud or, alternatively, the hotel provides a complimentary shuttle every hour until 9pm. Venture off the main roads for only 50m or so and you will be back in rural Bali where you can walk for km's through beautiful rice paddies.
The Pita Maha is truly a little bit of paradise.
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