by curiousgeorge2015 on Mar 04, 2015Hotel
We're a mother-daughter pair from South Carolina, United States. It's the first hotel we've stayed in in Bali but it's amazing! Beautiful views of rainforest surrounding the river and terraced rice fields across the river. The staff is super friendly and will answer all sorts of questions about Balinese culture. We're staying in a garden villa which is very cute and spacious. The place just gives a sense of peace. We definitely recommend it!
by 486kathyo on Feb 14, 2015Hotel
I have stayed at the Pita Maha resort and spa five times in previous visits to Bali. I am always blown away by this peaceful and exquisite resort. As soon as I enter the property I feel a wonderful sense of serenity. The staff in all areas of the resort are so friendly and courteous. While staying at Pita Maha I invited some friends from Denpasar to join me for lunch. The menue is a really interesting mix of International and Balinese. The drinks menue has some delicious fresh fruit juices served in a very stylish manner. The villas are much larger that you find in most parts of Bali and are really amazing. Breakfast is served overlooking the local river with greenery everywhere. The Indonesian breakfast is my favourite and is served in a traditional manner. Another highlight was to enjoy lunch at one of the sister properties, the Royal Pita Maha. The view from the dining area is breathtaking and the food sensational. The coffee is also excellent. I will definately return to the Pita Maha during my next visit to Bali.
by ronystoynov on Feb 02, 2015Hotel
A really nice place..perfect service.everything was on top...beautiful nature..would be back here for sure one day..you feel like you are at home..a really quiet place for vacantion with family..the seimming pool and the view from it was amazing...so thanks for everything and see you soon...
by Brenton K on Jan 28, 2015Hotel
After spending a week in the busy Nusa Dua area with the family arriving at the Pita Maha was like stepping back in time to a peaceful and welcoming Balinese village! The welcome was genuine, having spent time with Balinese families in their homes arriving at the Pita Maha did have that same feel of respect and warmth. Once you step into the reception area all you can see is a valley covered in jungle with the beautiful volcano Agung in the distance. You could be miles from anywhere. There are steps up and down to and from the villas but only in short bursts, and walking through moss covered walls and shady trees was part of the stepping back in time. The villa was a 2 level traditional style building, with a large bed down stairs and 2 single beds upstairs, both levels looking out over our own pool and the valley. The villa was very comfortable, made out of teak, marble and stone, with a large bathroom. The kids loved the upstairs room, complete with their own bathroom and outdoor under cover balcony. Despite feeling like miles from anywhere once you step out of the hotel restaurants, money changers and shopping is all very convenient. There is a very important gallery/museum, the Neka museum, within a short walk of the hotel. We very much enjoyed the BBQ in the villa patio, complete with Gambulang players and a very attentive group of chefs and waiters serving the beautifully prepared food. We will certainly be returning for more of the true Balinese experience!
by Fifi1964 on Feb 27, 2015Hotel
We are in a deluxe pool villa over looking the valley with rice fields across the way. Very scenic views. Not far from Ubud markets & the monkey Forrest. Very nice romantic restaurant. Free Transport available.
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