Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa Rating: 4

Guest Rating: 4.5 out of 5 from 15 reviews
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Set in the cultural village of Ubud, Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa is just 45 minutes from Bali's International Airport, located on the shores of the beautiful Tjampuhan River and is surrounded by lush tropical gardens.

Built in 1928 for guests of the Prince of Ubud, Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa features 67 deluxe accommodation rooms the offer a phone and a private balcony overlooking the beautifully manicured gardens.

The onsite facilities of Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa are fit for a king and include 2 swimming pools, bars and restaurants, a gift shop and boutique, a movie lounge, library, babysitting services, an exciting program of cultural activities and a luxurious day spa. The private pavilions of the day spa also enjoy a sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.

Close to some of Ubud's best attractions including Monkey Forest, a traditional farmers market, Puri Lukisan Museum of Balinese Art and the Kings Palace, Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa is the ideal accommodation option for an authentic experience of Balinese culture on your next holiday to Bali.


Accommodation

Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa consists of a small collection of traditional styled bungalows.

All Rooms Feature:

  • Balcony
  • Air Conditioning
  • Telephone
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Hair Dryer
  • In-room safe
  • Separate sitting area
  • WiFi internet

Superior Agung Room: Balinese styled room with private terrace. Bedding is 1 Double Bed OR 2 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 3 Adults & Children.

Deluxe Raja Room: Balinese styled room featuring a private terrace with tranquil views. Bedding is 1 Double Bed OR 2 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 3 Adults & Children.

Walter Spies Room: 2 storey timber bungalow, former homestead of a legendary German painter, carefully preserved to its former glory with the gentle charm of a bygone era. Bedding is 2 Double Beds. Maximum room capacity is 4 Adults & Children.


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