Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Exceptional Balinese hospitality
Only when you book with Chic
Room upgrade (subject to availability)
Early check-in / late check-out (subject to availability)
The Pari Sudha in Ubud Bali is a budget-chic retreat that welcomes all types of discerning traveller from families to couples and individuals. The Balinese are known for their exceptional and authentic hospitality and The Pari Sudha is a shining example of this.
Whether you're a sophisticated traveller, on a budget or just staying a night or two you'll be made to feel very much at home at this budget boutique hotel whose philosophy is shown through three basic values of Tri Kaya Parisudha - Manacika: believe good things, Wacika: speak good things, Kayika: do good things.
The restaurant at The Pari Sudha (Sandaran) is open every day for breakfast and during the evening it becomes a relaxed sitting area. Tea, coffee, juices or herbal drinks and Balinese authentic cakes are all offered to you during your stay. Alcoholic drinks are available at an extra charge.
Each of the 8 rooms at The Pari Sudha is designed with influences from the surrounding region including The Beji Temple which is located underneath this budget boutique hotel in Bali. Ideal for honeymooners who are looking for a happy, luxury B&B to stay in with great service. Complimentary WiFi is provided throughout Pari Sudha. Flat-screen TVs with Mi Box are in every room; if you have Netflix or Google Movies, watch your favourites simply by logging.
The Ubud Traditional Art Market and Ubud Royal Palace is just a 15-minute taxi ride away and the Ubud Monkey Forest only a little further. Books and card games are available to guests as are bicycles, fitness bands and yoga mats.
The Pari Sudha has partnered with a local spa so if you want a little pampering you can enjoy this in the privacy of your room or by the pool. Healing sessions with a Balinese priest also can be arranged in their house or in your room. As you're right next to the Beji Temple you can go there to do meditation (please note that all visitors must cover themselves with a Balinese sarong and women who are menstruating are not allowed to enter the temple).
The pool has a shallow end so is safe for kids. It's not heated but due to the tropical year-round climate of Bali, it's not necessary as it's always warm.