Room 01 – Ekalaya

Occupancy: 1-2

Room Size: 22 m²

Access: Ground floor

This popular ground floor detached unit has air-conditioning, a minibar (refrigerator), safety deposit box, and a private porch with a sofa set and a great view directly facing the swimming pool and the rice fields beyond. En suite bathroom is brand new – the renovation was completed in February 2018. Free wi-fi is available in all rooms and the breakfast can be served directly to the porch if you wish, or to the eating area by the swimming pool.

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Room 02 – Laksmana

Occupancy: 1-2

Room Size: 22 m²

Access: Ground floor

This room is great value for money at Rp 725,000 per night and is often chosen by travellers who stay in Ubud for longer than just a few days. It has air-conditioning, a safety deposit box, and a private porch decked with a table and two chairs facing the lotus pond. Its close proximity to the reception makes it ideal for people who have a lot of questions and feel more secure in the knowledge that their is always help at hand.

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Room 03 – Aum

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 21 m²

Access: Ground floor

This room has a view of the lotus pond and garden in the inner courtyard. It has air-conditioning, a safety deposit box, and a private terrace with a table and two chairs. Its close proximity to the reception makes it ideal for people who have a lot of questions and feel more secure in the knowledge that their is always help at hand.

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Room 04 – Graeme

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 21 m²

Access: Ground floor

This room was renovated in 2014. The bathroom comes with a hand-painted ceramic tile mosaic, which covers the west wall and most of the floor. Hundreds of small tiles were painstakingly put together to complete the different geometric patterns and they provide a pleasing contrast to the understated cream and dark mahogany interior. The room is on the ground floor, has its own porch and sitting area, and is fitted with a 43 inch flat screen television with Indonesia's most comprehensive channel package, which includes 183 different international and national channels.

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Room 05 – Draupadi

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 21  m²

Access: Ground floor

This room was renovated in 2014. The interiors are inspired by the figure of Draupadi from the Hindu epic, the Mahabharata. She is the princess of Panchala, so the room is rich in flowing purple fabrics with gold brocades, decorative woodcarvings, and a cream marble floor. In Hindu mythology, her husband Yudhistira loses her in  a bet to his arch-enemies, the Kauravas, who then bring her to their palace and attempt to disrobe her. When they pull at her sari, Draupadi turns her eyes to the heavens and prays to the Lord Krishna, asking him to save her from the ordeal. Lord Krishna hears her prayer, and as the Kauravas tug at the sari cloth, and pull it from her body, to their amazement more of it appears. The more they pull, the more cloth appears. The curtains in the room, from the red window curtain with a brilliant red brocade to the peach divider before the bathroom, provide a similar sense of overflowing fabrics. The stonecarving feature outside the window depicts the miracle of Krishna.

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Room 06 – Venky

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 16  m²

Access: First floor

The renovation for this room was completed in 2015. The floor is antique grey marble, and the room has a unique wood and looking glass panelling spanning two walls. The energy of the room provides a more "masculine" counterpart to Room 7 – Nata on the same floor on the other side: the lines are strong and perpendicular, the lampshades are square and minimalist, and the custom designed bedcover and pillowcovers are a combination of matt grey with pinstripes and silver. The washbasin is black marble from a local stone art dealer and the tap a minimalist Italian design. The bathroom combines the wood panelling and grey natural stone from the interiors before leading to a contrasting cream marble shower room complete with a rain shower, glass door, and toiletries.

The name of Room 6 is Venky. He is the character who inspired the design, and it was built in his image. He is a half Madurese and half Irish full-of-life, always on-the-go, New York-dwelling, ultra-connected freelance writer. He is a faux intellectual and likes to dabble in "serious" topics such as feminism and the environment but he actually earns most of his commissions from light travel pieces and has been known to mix drinks when times have been tight. He is in Ubud because he loves the art and the bohemian vibe, but don't expect him to stick around for long; the tagline of the room – "Can I call you back?" – embodies this transience.

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Room 07 – Nata

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 19  m²

Access: First floor

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Room 08 – Elise

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 18  m²

Access: Second floor

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Room 09 – Dirk

Occupancy: 1-2

Room size: 17 m²

Access: Second floor

This beautiful newly renovated room has a cream-coloured marble floor, bluewashed walls to mimic the sky, bird portraits, and cloud motifs running through the fabrics as a tribute to the Dutch ornithologist who was the inspiration behind the room.

The bedframe rests against a trademark Gayatri large mirror and decoration combination, in this case carving in dark wood, and the bathroom has a rustic cave feel with two different kinds of natural stone on the walls and a huge mirror as a relief feature.

The room has air-conditioning, a ceiling fan, a safety deposit box, and a private second floor balcony with a table and two chairs, from which one can enjoy the cool breeze and views of the raveen down to the small river nearby.

This is the owner's favourite room!

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Room 10 – Luv & Kush

Occupancy: 1-4

Size: 43  m²

Access: Ground floor

Room 10 is called Luv & Kush. They are the twin sons of Rama and Sita. The room is a Double Double Room, meaning there are two identical queen-size beds in the room, hence the twin name. The bathroom uses grey marble and green granite to create the kind of natural hues reminiscent of the caves they might have played in when they were growing up in the jungle. The chrome fittings in the bathroom give a masculine edge to the room, which is befitting of the boy twins and their love of wrestling, playing, and archery.

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Room 11 – Riddhi & Siddhi

Occupancy: 1-4

Size: 42  m²

Access: Ground floor

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Room 12 – Double Double Room

Occupancy: 1-4

Size: 43  m²

Access: First floor

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Room 13 – Double Double Room

Occupancy: 1-4

Size: 42  m²

Access: First floor

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Room 14 – Yama & Yami

Occupancy: 1-4

Size: 43  m²

Access: Second floor

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Room 15 – Dastra & Nasatya

Occupancy: 1-4

Bed: 2 queen-size beds with mosquito nets

Size: 42  m²

Access: Second floor

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Room 16 – Kresna

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 26  m²

Access: First floor

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Room 18 – Ayu

Occupancy: 1-2

Room size: 25 m²

Access: Ground floor

View: Small garden from window, rice fields from porch

This room is the quietest of all of our rooms. It also has the most privacy. It is in a building with a shared, fully equipped kitchen and large dining table so it is ideal for people who are looking for long-term rental in Ubud, such as, but not limited to, people doing a yoga course.

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Room 17 – Garuda

Occupancy: 1-2

Size: 65  m² (including balcony), 25 m² (room only)

Access: Third floor

This penthouse room is so new that we don't even have photos of it yet (but we have a guest staying in the room already). It is a sensational room combining the finest elements of Balinese style architecture, namely intricate stone carvings and beautifully finished hand-carved and painted traditional wooden doors and windows, with 270 degree panoramic views of the centre of Ubud (river valley to the west into which the sun sets, the pool and permaculture garden to the south, and the city centre to the east), a large private balcony with a dinner setting for two and private sunbathing facilities. The shower is open air and the rest of the bathroom feels like it because of the glass roof. Perfect for couples, honeymooners, or anyone who wants privacy and the best views in the centre of Ubud.

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