Located in heart of Bali
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.4|
|Distance to city center||0.5 Km|
|Nearest airport||Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)|
|Distance to airport||28.0 km|
Whether on business or vacation, Villa Chempaka Hotel is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Bali. This charming boutique hotel features 10 thatched roof cottages featuring marble floors, a small plunge pool, and a veranda, all designed in a traditional Balinese style and equipped with modern day comforts. The hotel is famous for its attentive personal service, and every morning, the friendly staff serve breakfast on the veranda. Located amidst beautiful surroundings, Villa Chempaka Hotel has long been a lure to artists and tourists from all over the world.
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-2 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 3-5 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 6 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Villa Chempaka Hotel
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Nice Little Local Garden Resort ”
Set your expectations correctly and you'll be quite pleased with this property. Very nice staff, cute cottages, compact but nice hotel gardens and grounds. This will most likely be our home away from home when we visit Ubud in the future. At least when spending lots of time on Jln. Bisma. Note: the first two cottages that share a common wall can be noisy. We asked to be moved to an individual cottage and the staff was very accommodating, making the rest of our stay very pleasant
Not that bad”
The location is 10 min far from the main road but there are lots of cheap but good restaurants nearby. If you love to walk when traveling then the location won't be bothering at all. And I love its small garden with a couple of ponds. You can enjoy your breakfast in the terrace even though all you can get is a small amount of fruits and bread, a cup of coffee or tea, and a egg dish for each person. It was clean but sometimes you can find small lizards on the wall, but I didn't mind it. The staff had been kind but I didn't get any response when I asked them to find my stuff after leaving the hotel.
Sophisticated and traditionally decorated, comfortable beds, breakfast services are commendable. Very friendly staff, owner himself visits the property daily. Enjoyed our stay , a definite stay on revisit.
Good Location, Quiet”
My fiancee and I really enjoyed this place. It's a five minute walk from the main highway, but that was OK because there are plenty of restaurants and stores that don't require you to go all the way to the main street. It was also far away from all the traffic, and very quiet. The room was basic, moderately insulated. We did have to kill quite a few mosquitoes, but I travel with one of those electric tennis racket mosquito killers, so it was fine. The breakfast was basic but good. Would recommend if on a budget.
If icould stay here longer. There is no tv, I can hear the nature . Especially the breakfast at the cottage is wonderful!!
Stay at Chempaka”
The cottages were clean and acceptable, but booking was confirmed for a bigger venue and we were given a different cottage! The place was over prized comparatively to others similar ones around that area. The wifi was not at all stable and we had to invest on a simcard with internet excess to resume work...which made the stay expensive at this place.
Excellent and comfortable stay”
The hotel consists of several villas. Although the rooms are older, they are adequate. What is outstanding is the staff service they are friendly and always helpful. There is no restaurant or food service, but there are several excellent restaurants within walking distance. You order breakfast and delivery time the night before but there is very little selection and gets old after a day or two. The hotel next door can be noisy.
Peaceful relaxing stay”
Beautiful hotel & gardens with lovely staff. ”
We enjoyed our stay very much as close to everything we wanted, restaurants, massage spas and shops.
Very Quiet ”
It was a little too quiet for a city folk like myself as you can hear cicadas & toads & birds thruout the day & night. Not for those with a faint heart.
Hotel which characterize Ubud local accomodation”
This boutique self managed hotel with approximately 10 bungalows and less than 10 permanent staff characterize Ubud traditional accomodation against international hotel chain. The room facing the rice field and the surrounding still have Ubud village character, but yet we are 5 minutes walk to various spa and international restaurants. The building and interior is old but functioning well and very strong refection of Balinese traditional architecture and interior. Braekfast is provided in your private terrace facing the rice field.
friendly, quiet, central accommmodation”
This hotel, consisting of stand-alone cottages, is in a quiet location with views of the rice paddies and croaking frogs. Yet, it is only a ten-minute walk to the very centre of Ubud, with a good choice of restaurants close by. The family that runs the hotel is very friendly and helpful. Western breakfast is served on the veranda of your cottage. This hotel had the best wi-fi of any hotel I stayed at in Indonesia during my two-week trip. I would recommend this hotel highly.
A real gem”
It's a small B&B with only 11 rooms, but they are all individual cabins. If you can live without big hotel stuff like a gym (there is a small pool) this is a real bargain with nice people
Great little villa experience; quiet & comfortable”
Luxurious bungalow in lovely garden”
i loved this place - it was my idea of luxury - ten bungalows in a garden with a small pool, a few minutes walk from the main road. i spent several days there with no desire to move on. the room was excellent - spacious with a balcony. a clue that the owner had got his priorities right was that there was no tv in the room. the breakfast, which you had to order in the evening for them to bring it to your bungalow at the requested time the next morning, was nothing special. but the best thing about this was that it meant i could eat my breakfast sitting on the balcony in my pyjamas.
Excllent for holidays”
Located near a rice field. The campus is a garden, with small swimming pool. Staffs are prompt and helpful with smile. Breakfast in the verandah is superb.
Tranquillity in the heart of Ubud”
A real 'can-do' attitude prevails here from the friendly staff who make the most amazing breakfasts, brought each morning to your balcony overlooking the small rice paddy-field next to the hotel. be sure to try the gado-gado or nasi goreng, as it may not be offered but they're happy to make it. A small dip-pool is next to the rooms and a nice way to cool off, and the internet signal is reliable and strong nearer to the reception building. Nice spacious rooms, thatched ceilings, good air-con, perhaps a little on the dark side, but good for keeping the heat of the day out. Overall, a wonderful, economical and friendly choice!
Attractive, restful villas. Great Staff.”
I stayed at Villa Cempaka from November 30 through December 28, 2012. Villa Cempaka is restful and quiet. The staff is professional and friendly. I enjoyed my stay very much. Villa Cempaka is just a short walk (10 minutes or so) from the center of Ubud and a few more minutes from main shopping streets. If you don't feel like walking in the heat, taxis are everywhere, easy to find and cheap. Villa Cempaka is near a number of restaurants and venues for dance performances. Tours of Bali are easy to arrange with taxi drivers on the street. I typically paid about $40 dollars for a car and driver for a day (around six hours of sightseeing - which is plenty). If you are interested, be sure to visit arts/crafts makers in nearby Mas, Singapadu, Batuan and other villages. None are far away and if you like very fine masks, wood carving and beautiful weaving, visits are well worth the time. I notice in their reviews that some people complain about the breakfasts (typically eggs, fruit, toast and jam, and coffee or tea), but on my second or third day, the staff volunteered that I could have any sort of breakfast I wanted, so for most of my visit I had double portions of succulent ripe mango and strong coffee. Ubud is generally a fairly subdued and restful place. Bring a loaded Kindle or plenty of books. It's a good place from which to tour all of Bali and a far cry from the swarms of drunken Australians in Kuta. Villa Cempaka is not the Four Seasons or a high end resort. If that's what you want and you can afford it, you can find many such luxury resorts in Ubud. But if you want a quiet, clean, attractive, friendly place to stay - somewhere convenient to Ubud sights and shopping, then you can't do better than Villa Cempaka.