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Ubud Sari Health Resort

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Finding an ideal quaint spa in Ubud does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ubud Sari Health Resort, a nice option for travellers like you.

Nearby landmarks such as Ubud Kajeng Rice Fields Walk (0.1 mi) and Subak Juwuk Manis (Ubud Rice Field) (0.2 mi) make Ubud Sari Health Resort a great place to stay when visiting Ubud.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Ubud Sari Health Hotel offers guests free wifi.

The spa features 24 hour front desk and a concierge. Plus, Ubud Sari Health Resort offers a pool and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

Ubud has plenty of Chinese restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Warung Pondok Madu, Paddy Point, and Hongalia, which are serving up some great dishes.

Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular historic sites, such as Yeh Pulu Temple and Lempad House.

Ubud Sari Health Resort looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Ubud.

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Kajeng St. no. 35, Ubud 80571 Indonesia
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Emilie P wrote a review Dec 2023
1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a great stay at the hotel and the staff were very friendly. With that being said, there were a lot of flaws. The first night we spend in our room, we woke up to a very loud sound of a tokay gekko right above our bed. The staff were helpful, but they were not able to remove it. We got another room which was a lot better isolated than the first one, but we still had lizards in our room every night. If you don’t like the wildlife on Bali, choose another hotel.
We had chosen breakfast with our reservation, but the second day we ate there, we both got stomach ache. This was the last time we ate breakfast at the hotel. On our final day right before we checked out, a rat was running in the gutter beside the lobby.
But again the staff were very helpful and kind, and the outdoor facilities were very beautiful.
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Jeffrey M wrote a review Mar 2024
Perth, Australia10 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Recently stayed at this charming elevated river side resort featuring landscaped terraced gardens with an incredible green view
I completed their 7 day detox program a mixture of massages, spa treatments, exercise and daily colonic. Achieved a great result and weight loss.
The resort is over two decades in age but in someways this has just lent an aged patina.
Staff are friendly, efficient and faultless. Nothing was a problem
My room was number 36 boasting a sublime elevated green garden view.
The ranked 2 star resort far exceeds this modest rating
If you would like to chill out far from traffic noises in what is a great example of Bali architecture and landscaping then this will suit
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled solo
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majuliejulie wrote a review Mar 2023
Byron Bay, Australia144 contributions20 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
second time here and glad we came back, a locally accomodation. Whilst we were not there for a retreat we enjoyed the beautiful gardens and location. Breakfast is wonderful food at the cafe is great. Very quiet location whilst still easy walking distance to Ubud and then out to the rice paddies. highly recommend. clean, quiet, and friendly.
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Date of stay: March 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Grzegorz A wrote a review 1 May
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
This place was so great, we decided to stay here again instead of going to Cangu. Rooms are good, food is delicious, staff is helpful and everybody was extremely nice to our baby daughter. Check out the amazing pool at the upper levels. Very close to the center yet has a very chilled out and peaceful vibe. I recommend this hotel to everyone coming to Bali.
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Date of stay: May 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Patricia S wrote a review Feb 2024
10 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I went on a detox and fast and have been going for many years. This is a quiet, peaceful place surrounded by lush greenery and lovely gardens. The staff are lovely and helpful and this is a great place for organic food, colonics, spa treatments and just to chill out.
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Date of stay: February 2024
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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remarkable_travels wrote a review May 2020
Tokyo, Japan279 contributions276 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I love Ubud Sari staff, location,
I am supposed
To be there now.
My only issue is the yoga -
It’s impossible to book a class that’s private (they say you can but you can’t) and the instructor is really
Not good at all. Yoga is important and there should be both morning and afternoon/evening classes
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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Rashi G wrote a review Jul 2013
New Delhi, India2 contributions54 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I spent 6 days at Ubud Sari resort in Bali, in June this year. Ubud Sari resort is a health and wellness spa, and provides 4 different wellness programs. I took the mind and body relaxation program. I have to say, this program was very beneficial for me and was a giant first step towards a balanced, healthier lifestyle change.

This program approaches wellness through four principles –
1. Walks, yoga and meditation: every morning, we were taken for a one hour walk through the rice fields from 6AM to 7AM. From 7:30AM, until 9AM, there was a yoga and meditation class. So each day began with atleast two hours of physical activity. I went for the rice field walk only once, found it a little monotonous and instead explored Ubud by changing my route every day.

Ubud is the most authentic and greenest part of Bali, with ancient temples and houses made in the old style everywhere. Stone pillars topped with idols of Hindu Gods line every street corner, I was reminded of how integral religion is to the Balinese life. Even as early as 6AM, fresh prayer offering baskets, woven from banana leaves, with some flowers and incense sticks were to be found at the feet of every diety, the gentle aroma of the incense fills the air, converting entire ubud into a fragrant verdant little pocket of heaven.

I did not find the yoga sessions useful. Maybe because I am Indian and I already have an exposure to the basics of yoga. My expectation from the session was to build on what I knew and to get a structured list of yogasanas I could practice daily and incorporate into the new health and wellness lifestyle I was trying to ease myself into. I found the yoga instructions lacking even the most basic rules, for example, we were taken through the entire practice absent any instruction on the inhale-exhale rules that should accompany every asana. Yoga practice without the right breathing is not very beneficial, if not downright harmful. I had taken a 5-day art of living class right before I had come away to Bali and I found the meditation techniques taught there more useful than the meditation taught here.

So I skipped all the yoga and meditation sessions, preferring to practice on my own. I don’t know if the instructor was unable to impart the right knowledge because he is unable to communicate very well in english or because he lacks the deep knowledge base of the principles of yoga and meditation. I suspect it is the latter. He seemed to have very superficial knowledge base of the science of yoga and his only strength is a flexible body, hours of yoga practice and a menu of yogasnas. I doubt he even knows what organ each yogasana works for.

I would recommend that you download some good videos of yoga from youtube, and practice on your own while you are there. There is free wifi at the resort, if you wish to stream videos for your practice, or you can use this link to download videos as mpegs onto your hard disk and so you can access them everywhere, without interruptions of buffering caused by slow connections. For beginners, I would recommend Shilpa Shetty’s video, these asanas are simple and effective, the benefit of each asana is explained and you can slowly build your practice with this and move onto more difficult asanas like Ashtanga Yoga. I would recommend the entire series of Ashtanga Yoga by David Swensen. I like to mix it up and follow a combination of both Shilpa Shetty and David Swensen’s asanas.

2. Strict diet regimentation: Diet control is 80% of detox, and this was the best part of the program for me. We had to cut out all processed and artificial foods, fats and stimulants like caffeine. We are allowed only a fiber rich liquid diet of juices, smoothies, and soup three times a day. The juices range from the sweet orange based to the ‘green’ tasting vegetable (mostly spinach) based juices. The smoothies are delicious and more filling, with wellness names like ‘build your body’ or ‘balance your body’. Smoothies combined organic fruits like bananas, strawberries, or my favorite, natural cocoa sweetened with honey, with wellness ingredients like spirulina and flax seeds. The tomato soup was one of the best I have ever had! It was thick with the fiber of tomatoes, and a hint of roasted garlic. I did not even have to add salt to it. All the fruits and vegetables used are organic and pesticide free.

They have some delicious herbal teas like ginger-honey or lemongrass-ginger-mint-lemon. They woke us up at 5:30AM everyday with the herbal tea. The combination of all these spices is refreshing and I resolved to make this for myself when get back home. I would although, add some honey to it, to add some sweetness. Whenever I would feel peckish I would ask for herbal tea or coconut water and this kept me from cheating on my diet. Cheating on the diet is easy, as we were free to wander outside. It takes real commitment and dedication to your own health to not stray and try out the Balinese delicacies that are available less than 500 meters from Ubud Sari.

The café serves only raw food. The food was delicious, of high quality and the servings were adequate. I got to try raw food based pizza and even pasta on my last day. This was a revelation to me, as I had never imagined even unhealthy foods like pizza could be made healthier by using raw ingredients.

3. Therapeutic massage: Ubud Sari offers a comprehensive menu of massages and beauty programs that help detox and relax you every day. Apart from a colonic daily, there were a minimum of 1 and maximum of 2 massages/beauty program pre scheduled for me. The masseuses are well trained and very very good. Most of them have been working at Ubud Sari for more than a decade! There were trained masseuses for the therapeutic massages like the Shiatsu, Bio Electric and Reflexology. All the massages were of top quality and very relaxing. I could see that each masseuse was skilled and well practiced in the massage she was trained in. Each massage can be followed up with a sauna, steam and a Jacuzzi soak. Here is my recommendation from my experiences:

Beauty treatments
There are a total of 5 kinds of oils that are used for the massages. We could choose any one we liked from the menu. Each oil had different properties, e.g. warming, refreshing, energizing or relaxing.
• Mandi Lulur: is generally the first massage of the program. A luxurious massage, followed by scrub followed by a flower bath in warm water. Sip a herbal tea while soaking in the flower bath. A blissful beginning, made me feel totally indulged, but a little guilty about all the flowers being ‘wasted’ on me!
• Aromatherapy: generally the last massage of the program. This is a gentle and luxurious massage, different aroma oils are used on different parts of the body. I left the massage room enveloped by a heady mix of all the different natural aromas – ginger, lemon grass, rose, tube rose, jasmine, sandalwood and lotus. Now I know what queens smelt like!
• Mani Kemiri and Facial: massage and scrub, followed by flower bath. But this time, accompanied by a facial. The products used for the facial were 100% organic and natural. A papaya cleanser, and an avocado, cucumber and papaya face mask felt very gentle yet effective on the skin.
• Hair Crème Bath: this was probably the only treatment that uses packaged products. As a loyal user and former employee of L’Oreal, I was pleasantly surprised that they used Elvive shampoo and the L’Oreal hair spa conditioner. However, as one who had been treated to natural and organic products al this time, I felt a little cheated because I was expecting a rich avocado based hair mask and an organic home made shampoo. Nevertheless, it did leave my hair clean and well conditioned.
• Manicure/Pedicure: I saw many women getting a manicure and pedicure, but I did not have time to get one.

Therapeutic massages
These are specialized massages, administered by specialists
• Detox body wrap: a detox massage followed by a soak in the Jacuzzi with bath salts, then a sea weed wrap in a warm blanket for 15minutes. The sea weed combined with the heat of the blanket is supposed to sweat out the toxins from your body. I am sure it may have had some detox benefits, but the sea weed made me smell like a fish and a soapy shower was a must after this!
• Reflexology: a foot bath in a tub of warm water filled with flower petals to soften the feet, is followed by a reflexology massage. This is done only on the feet, where the pressure points for each organ are pressed very very hard. I must admit this is a painful massage. If it hurts like hell it means that particular organ is not in the pink of health. I did reflexology only once. I could not bear to go through that pain again!
• Shiatsu: this was the best therapeutic massage for me. Arri, the therapist, has been practicing Shiatsu massage for the last 16 years, and the experience showed. Very little oil is used, but a lot of pressure is applied all over the body and especially at the right pressure points along the spine. This hurts like hell, but relax through the pain and this really made me feel reenergized and very light. I resolved to find a good shiatsu masseuse in Delhi when I get back
• Abdominal massage: this is like reflexology, but on the abdomen. All the organs in the abdomen are massaged
• Deep tissue massage: they also offer the deep tissue massage, but the specialist was on leave during the week I was there.

4. Colon Cleansing: this was the highlight of the program for me and I think combined with the diet, this really helps step up the detox. From years of eating more processed carbohydrates and protein, and less of fiber, our body just does not excrete as much waste matter as it should. So our colon gets choked with years of waste matter. Remember the saying “gosh he is so anal retentive!”? Sometimes, high degrees of stress also cause us to retain gas or fecal matter. Colon hydratherapy hydrates the entire colon and large intestine, and pushes out the stuck fecal matter.

They recommend upto 6 colon cleansing sessions, one daily. The first session lasts for 30 min and builds upto 35-40 minutes per session. The session is given by a registered nurse, is clean and safe. A fresh tube is used for each person, so the risk of infection is minimized. There is minimum discomfort in insertion of the tube. I must admit, I was most afraid of that part, but that turned out to be easy. The nurses are professional and very gentle. Don’t fool yourself into thinking you don’t need colon hydrotherapy because you are not constipated or are vegetarian. Our lifestyle ensure that every body needs it. But you may not have to go for all 6 sessions, the number of sessions really depends on how much cleansing your colon needs and how soon your waste matter comes out. I was clean in 3 sessions, my dad only had to do 2. I saw some people there, who were asked to go for all 6.

Getting the colon hydrotherapy really gives tangibility to the entire detox program. It strengthened my resolve to change my lifestyle in two ways. One the one hand, when I saw with my own two eyes, all the debris that came out of my body, I had no choice but to accept unequivocally that I had been leading a less than ideal lifestyle. I could deny it no longer. Secondly, when I saw years of accumulated waste matter getting washed away in the tube, I felt light and cleansed; and I wanted to keep it that way. So it made me promise to myself to be good to my body. I will now always always always think twice before binging on processed carbs and proteins.

The body takes between 2 to 3 days to adjust to the lack of solid food, so you will suffer headaches and a general feeling of weakness. How bad your withdrawal symptoms are is really a sign of how rich your diet has been before the program. Some people may suffer extreme symptoms and even throw up. This is a symptom of acid reflex. Your body is programmed to secrete a larger amount of digestive juices for the solid foods you intake, and as you may know, disgestive juices are acidic in nature. These excess digestive juices may cause vomiting and acidity in the stomach. You could ask for alkaline shots (these are not on the menu) to counter the acidity for the first 2-3 days, after which your body adjusts to the liquid diet and reduces the secretions accordingly. A headache is a definite sign that your body is going through detox. During my second colon hydroscopy, as the waste matter was flowing out of my body, I developed a slight headache, this is a headache I happily welcomed!

I realized on hindsight, that the fifth and equally important ingredient of this entire wellness program is nature! The Ubud Sari property is surrounded by lush greenery and there is a stream running right through. Our room was on the riverside and waking up each morning to the soothing sound of the river was calming. The verdant surroundings, sounds of birds, ponds with fish interspersed all through the property leave you feeling at one with nature and energized.

We stayed in the riverside rooms, because the zen cottages were unavailable. But definitely try make a booking 3-4 months in advance so that you can get the cottage. The cottage is roomier, with a sit out by the pond or river and has an open bathroom, surrounded by trees.

What worked for me
• Try and sleep or rest as much as you can. This will heal your body and help it adjust to the detox. You will not really have much of a choice anyway, because dinner is at 6PM and in the absence of television, there is nothing else to do but to turn in early.
• The staff is meticulous, compassionate and very friendly. They succeeded in creating a family feeling and I have to say, I felt withdrawal symptoms once I left. I missed the warm smiles and the faces that had become so familiar in just a few days.
• The organic liquid diet (don’t cheat!), the massages and the colonics
• Despite being surrounded by trees and a river, the resort was very well maintained, clean and free from nuisances of rodents or God forbid, reptiles!
• Last, but certainly not the least. Yannick is the shining glory of Ubud Sari. He was friendly, and so caring when we were there. He again and again went out of his way to make sure we were comfortable and eating right. My mother suffered a bad bout of headache and vomiting on her first day itself and he took very good care of her, thinking through her meals very carefully and even giving her his personal herbal oil for her headache. He was the one who recommended the off menu alkaline shots to us. He was up way before 5:30AM and he was present to serve us dinner at 6PM.he was consistently putting in more than 12 hour work days and yet keeping his charm and good humor intact!

What did not work for me
• I avoided the swimming pool. It is nestled in picturesque surroundings, but is small, and did not seem to be very well maintained, the water looks translucent because the bottom of the pool looks like it needs a hard scrubbing
• There is no medical knowledge base which is guiding the program. I would have liked to have a customized diet and massage menu for my needs. We insisted that we get a consultation with the doctor.
• Yoga and meditation class, like I said, was very basic and unstructured
• The place is a little bit run down. The common showers in the massage area are not dirty, but the tiles are very old, so get slimy very quickly. They just need a good hard scrub down with industrial strength detergent and bleach. Ditto for the commodes in the rooms.

In sum, I would highly recommend this program to anyone looking for some time out, simple detox and some indulgence. The nature rich surroundings, relaxed 6 days, liquid diet, luxurious massages and colon cleansing are a failsafe combination for some much needed self love and retreat from the stressful lives we lead.
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Date of stay: June 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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sneser01 wrote a review Jul 2014
Wollongong, Australia5 contributions24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I just finished a the 7 day "Healing Week in Bali" and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Many of the previous previews spoke of Ubud Sari being tired or in need of a renovation, yes it is a little worn but very clean and the condition of the resort did not detract from our experience in the slightest. We stayed in the zen village in room 6 which was small but with a big balcony and a comfortable sitting area in the front in a private courtyard. Yes you can hear the waterfall but it is a constant background noise that did not prevent us sleeping or relaxing. One excellent point is the free daily laundry service, they pick up your laundry in the morning and deliver that evening. We wished we had known this in advance as we could have taken far less clothes. The bed is king size and comfortable and has a mossie net. The bathroom was big enough with a bath/shower combo. It could use a few extra shelves. We had wifi in our room but connection was patchy at times, not a worry for us as we rarely used it.
We did a 7 day juice fast and cleansing (our first time) and found the range of juices and smoothies great…..you can customise or create your own and they take a lot of care guiding you through which combination will enable you to get through the hunger periods. We thoroughly enjoyed all the massages and treatments but a couple of things to look out for. The steam room is not great so we did not use. The heat blankets they use for wraps can get a bit hot so ask for some extra towels to insulate your legs and back. As first timers for the series of colonics we had some anxiety but I must say that Yani was really easy going and made the experience easier. I must say we both felt a million bucks after the colonics and the flat belly was a definite bonus. Don't skip the morning walks as you get to see Ubud as it is waking up as opposed to streaming with people. The walks go to different places for a bit of variety. The yoga was challenging for us as first timers but the instructor, Made (made of rubber….unbelievably flexible) was really good. The yoga mats could do with a clean, suggest BYO if you own one. We also did the volcano walk (Mt Batur) which was quite a hike (2 hrs up and very steep in places) but very worthwhile. Watching the sun rise from the top of a mountain certainly is inspiring and worth early wake up. Make sure you pack a jumper as it gets cold up there and suitable hiking boots or good joggers as the track up is rugged. Can also recommend the raw food cooking class especially on the last day when breaking your fast.

All the staff were friendly and attentive but have to say a big thanks to our team leader Yanik, his attention to detail really made the week enjoyable. All in all a wonderful holiday and we would certainly recommend the resort. By the time we left the resort we felt invigorated, healthier and much more confident on how to improve to a healthier lifestyle. We will be back.
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Date of stay: July 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Hugoross wrote a review Jul 2012
Singapore19 contributions37 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We did a detox program here for 6 days full program with daily massage, morning walk and yoga.

In order to apprecitate this review below are some key points about me:-
- been in Ubud more than 15 times
- not particular a yoga person
- not a super health conscious person or vegertarian

Here it is - we have been searching for the best detox program comparing between Samui and Ubud. I have done a detox already (short one for 4 days in Samui) 4 years ago. We decided to try Ubud Sari just to enjoy the city as we both love Ubud and also our friend who live in Japan has recommended us so we went for it.

When we arrived it was quite - we requested for a room near the waterfall. Our friend recommended it as it's more pleasant and the room is a bit bigger. We got a room on the ground which was not at all nice - big but bathroom tiles floor pretty much like living in a cheap flat.

We got our wake up call by a lovely lady at 0600am with a cup of hot herbal tea for a rice field walk. Since we have been in Ubud many times - we did not find a rice field walk any special plus walking with a mob of 10 people marching through rice field at 0600am in the morning is not exactly our style. So we skipped the rice filed walk for our entire trip. Rice field walk was only 40 mins.

Yoga started at 0730am - first day I found it very difficult to hear/understand the yoga teacher as he speaks very softly. However we got used to the postures after our second day - the yoga class is pretty decent. Again I am not a yoga person and rarely do yoga so this comment is coming from a beginner.

After yoga - breakfast served mainly juice for the first 2 days, you allow to have stock, soup and smoothly after your 3rd day. I did not feel hungry at all since you can order as many juice, soup, stock as you want.

We asked to change room after our breakfast - we got a room up on a small hill overlook the waterfall. The room is much smaller but very cozy wooden floor with outdoor bathroom/ cute balcony. If I recall correctly room 4,5 and 6 are the best ones. There is nothing in a room no wifi, no tv nothing just sound of the waterfall. Some people may disagree but wifi in the room would be nice. In any case we survived spending some time in lobby to read news, download movies with ipad and emails.

Highlight of this place are really:-

1) quality of spa here. As I said we have been in Ubud many times and tried many different spa here including Venezia, Monaco, eve, zen etc... They are horrible - I actually gave up a while ago thought that there is no good spa ubud. To be very clear - this is not a fancy spa but the quality of the massage is amazing. We live in Singapore and generally have massageery week but the massage here is divine. Not all masseurs are good though - I had 2 bad ones but the rest are great. If you decide to do detox I would not recommend daily spa program - I found it too much for your muscles. I did not enjoy facial and the bio electric massage too much.

2) Colonic - I did colonic in samuel before and had to say that unix sari is way way better. The two ladies who helped me with colonic are great. They are experts, massage your stomach, keep you relax through the whole process. They really made the colonic experience easy to go through and their massage during the colonic is very effective. They are also the two most lovely people's have ever met. I have a lot of respect for them - they have been working in ubud sari for 16 years doing colonic so you are all in good expert hands.

3) Staff - super fiendly attentive staff starting from leaders who have been assigned to you when you start the program. The leaders will keep track of what you need to do, eat follow your schedule. They are not nurse but served with full caring heart - we really appreciated them. Staff are great starting from reception, kitchen, room cleaning so I would say people in Ubud Sari are very special and love what they doing. Make a huge different for us.

There aren't that many lowlights but important to prepare yourselves. The only thing is really the cleanliness of the outside area - being a humid country it is very difficult to keep everything clean. However there are some basic things: reuse of towel at the swimming pool. I found this is super none higienic. They should have enough towel for everyone for the sun bed and not reuse the towels. Outside Pillows at the foot massage bed and yoga mat are also pretty dirty so I would recommend to bring your own.

We did hear many people complaint that the place is run down and need some touch up work. However we did not mind - the place is old and run down I agree but it does not bother us. We found it quite okay since the room is clean/bathroom towels are also very clean. There were not any bed bugs so rooms are quite decent just outside area need work on a hygienic side of things.

It is important to note though that this place provide more of a fasting and colonic facility. Unlike in Samui where they have more advanced Herbal program to help you detox. This place does not provide detox tea, and all the pills and methods as in Samui. However they just hired a Heath consultant - she was great. She provided individualized program, additional supplement, psyllium to help you with detox. They also don't have coffee colonic here - I am pretty happy with the colonic I had but it would be nice to have coffee colonic as well.

Would I come back again? The answer is definately yes even for just for holidays.
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Date of stay: July 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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RememberAshleigh wrote a review Sept 2015
Brisbane25 contributions41 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I had been wanting to complete a health retreat in Bali for some time now.
I spent over a week searching dozens of retreats on Google and Trip Advisor until I finally decided on Ubud Sari.
At first I was a little hesitant to book Ubud Sari because some of the reviews weren't the best, but I emailed a lady that gave a great review and she answered all my questions I had and insisted that I go and I would love it. I did!
I can't believe any one had anything negative to say about this resort! It was nothing but amazing! I have so many positive things to say, but if you don't have time to read my whole review then my one suggestion is: If you are thinking about staying at Ubud Sari - DO IT YOU WILL LOVE IT!! :)
I booked the Healing Week in Bali program which was a 7 night program that included colonics, juices (fasting), yoga, meditation, sight seeing, Balinese dancing, and dozens of other treatments like facials, foot massages, deep tissue massage and lots more. You can remove, add or swap any treatments in your program and the resort will add or subtract the payment at the end of your stay.
My program was a fasting program, so I lived off fresh juice & coconut water. Before arriving I was so stressed thinking I wouldn't be able to do it and thinking it was going to be really hard but the juices & teas were so delicious! By day 7 I lost 6kgs and I have never ever felt so refreshed, energetic & alive!
From the moment you walk into the resort there is such a calm, tranquil, spiritual feeling within the grounds. It's so beautiful & relaxing.
My room was absolutely stunning. It had a moat around the cottage style room with a deck with chairs out the front and the back, the back deck looked out over one of the pools and a waterfall which you could hear from inside the room. House keeping made my bed for me every day, took my dirty laundry & had it back the same day and brought me new bottles of water & clean fresh towels.
I had never travelled on my own before and so I was so nervous! Ubud Sari's staff were all so friendly and made me feel so comfortable! I was picked up from the airport and when I arrived my leader explained everything to me and showed me around.
By the end of the 7 days every staff member knew my name.
The resort is on a quiet street and at the end of that street is the main strip of Ubud. Only a 5 minute walk to the Ubud markets and a 15 - 20 minute walk to Monkey Forest. I have nothing but great things to say about this resort. If you have any questions please feel free to send me an email. I couldn't wait to write this review & I cannot wait to go back next year!
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Travelled solo
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Answer from Chris C
Eumundi, Australia76 contributions63 helpful votes
Hi I generally stay down lower near reception as my fitness wasn't that great. Room 6 is good it looks at the river. This is not luxury though but then again, most of the rooms aren't. From memory 19, 20 and 21 which friends have stayed in are newer. Would be worth asking as there are a number of rooms that are quite nice up near where you do yoga but it's a hike uphill. Hope this helps. Chris
Yana D asked a question May 2018
Gold Coast, Australia136 contributions103 helpful votes
Some bathrooms look a bit 🤮. What would be the best room to request?
Answer from World Traveller
Berlin, Germany550 contributions254 helpful votes
The Zen bungalows in the front (old) part of the property are write nice. But you need to constantly tell them to keep up with cleaning. This has always been an issue and I have been telling them soon many times. Have been there about 5 times in the past 10 years. After Nomad died things got even worse.
Answer from amr100
Wellington, New Zealand1,015 contribution329 helpful votes
pick when you get there yes probably not as cheap but then gives you more options of places for the spa style treatments and you aren't stuck with one place. lots of great places in ubud. karsa spa does lovely treatments and is a good walk to get there if you want . on the same street as saru is golden hands for best massage ever with dewa at golden hands (in trip advisor) . or a small husband and wife team salon called atria spa (not on trip advisor but is on google). green shop front you can't miss it half way down street. enjoy ubud. saying that I don't think sari is a great place to stay. You can easily go healthy in ubud staying anywhere and eating out in the many healthy places there are (but if you doing a fast then sari makes it easy).
Beechtorque asked a question Oct 2016
Perth, Australia46 contributions11 helpful votes
So is there an answer to where we would leave our valuables if there is no safe in the rooms??
Answer from JenYamanaka
Ubud, Indonesia40 contributions24 helpful votes
There is a room next to the front desk with locked boxes where you can leave your valuables.
Sabin J wrote a tip Jun 2019
15 contributions13 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"great location"
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Kaye P wrote a tip Oct 2018
Perth, Australia66 contributions49 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Climb a lot of stairs or stay elsewhere."
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Nigel P wrote a tip Feb 2018
Perth, Australia26 contributions14 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Zen cottages are quaint and rather cool which adds to the relaxing ambience"
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RoseS664 wrote a tip Feb 2018
Sydney, Australia40 contributions26 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"The bungalows near top of hill were modern"
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PaisleyTie40 wrote a tip Jan 2018
Bangkok, Thailand20 contributions37 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms 24-29 are dorm style, and not very nice. They also have loud geckos."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ubud Sari Health Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Ubud Sari Health Resort?
Nearby attractions include Kajeng Rice Field (0.2 km), Threads of Life (0.2 km), and Museum Puri Lukisan (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ubud Sari Health Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Ubud Sari Health Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Ubud Sari Health Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ubud Sari Health Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Padi Restaurant, Sweet Orange Warung, and Warung Makan Bu Rus.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Ubud Sari Health Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Ubud Sari Health Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Ubud Sari Health Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Ubud Sari Health Resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Ubud.
Are there any historical sites close to Ubud Sari Health Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Peliatan Royal Palace (0.6 km), Yeh Pulu Temple (2.8 km), and Pura Penataran Sasih (3.7 km).
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