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Titi Batu Ubud Club

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Titi Batu Ubud Club

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Jl. Cempaka Across from Pelangi School, Mas, Ubud 80571 Indonesia
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Baldwin wrote a review Oct. 2020
Los Angeles, California113 contributions90 helpful votes
TLDR: Good ideas compromised by incompetent management create a ridiculous waste of potential and dangerous environment. Note: Our family lived in Ubud for the year leading up to the pandemic until very recently; much of our experience comes from over the past years watching this place go totally downhill very quickly. On Wellness: the main areas of the facility, restaurant and pool lounge are closely surrounded by open air smoking areas which are regularly polluted with toxic cigarette smoke. Apparently they have no problems with giving paying customers lung cancer and marketing the club as a family wellness facility; pure marketing lies. It’s disgusting and tone deaf in the health and wellness center of Bali. Moreover, using "wellness, sustainability, health, etc" in association with this place is simply abject dishonesty. If the noxious cigarette smoke doesn't get you, all the unethical, unsustainable meat on the menu surely will. On Ambiance: don't get us started on the awful garbage fires the neighbors light, (likely out of protest from the incessant noise here) which fill the property with even more toxic chemical smoke; it's quite literally a dumpster fire when it happens. On Management: out of compassion we must admit it's a new business and obviously they're still struggling with quality control but this is what happens when they make a DJ the General Manager, who is obviously more interested in the women here than actually doing his job. On the Issues: bad service is systemic, restaurant quality is totally hit and miss, gym maintenance is a joke, various amenities have been broken for half a year, no lifeguard nor adequate supervision results in near drownings, piles of dirty towels and glasses collect germs in the gym, bathroom floors grow communicable foot fungus, lack of leadership doesn't encourage staff to maintain any standards, dirty food plates left in fitness studio for class students to clean up, all while management does nothing to improve, no qualified gym supervisor has led to assorted issues with rude customers, harassment from Oli, and health concerns to name a few. Currently; this is one of the best places in Ubud to get coronavirus. The combination of terrible management, indoor fitness group classes taught by an anti-science head instructor who refuses to wear a mask and who ignorantly refuses to protect students, and the horribly entitled foreigners who pretend there's no pandemic while polluting the gym, restaurant and everywhere else with their potentially lethal viral load, you're pretty much guaranteed to be infected here despite the symbolic health regulations they point to; which they don't actually enforce when no one is looking. Don't take our word for it; if you're inclined to risk your life, go there and count the people inside not wearing masks. With countless inspirational options for professionally managed health food, quality entertainment and authentic wellness in Ubud, you would be wise to go find them. In good conscience we won't recommend this place until they get their sh@t together. We are taking our business and prolific high-quality recommendations elsewhere.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mar wrote a review May 2020
Melbourne, Australia4 contributions
Lovely place, lovely vibe,. Its just good for the Soul! Try one of Bambu's dance classes and test how far you can go while having an absolute blast!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Aida O wrote a review Apr. 2020
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Titi Batu is A place where you can really spend all day and have everything you need. I have been going there almost everyday for more than a year now. In the morning I highly recommend Bambu’s Dance it out class. We dance to 80-90’s hits, we dress up and we go crazy and nobody gives an F except for having fun. After you can go to chill out in the amazing pool, wow, the best one in Ubud. There is a Sauna and a steam room and the gym is quite well equipped. When it comes to food, is a bit pricey but super healthy, yummy and high quality. But here’s the thing, the best thing about Titi Batu is the atmosphere. You know when you get to Ubud and you wanna meet people and you don’t know where to go? Well, go to Titi Batu. There, while at the gym or in class you will meet “great vibe people” and just take it from there... leave Mama Bali to take care of you. Also, the place is run with Love by people that appreciate the concept of community and that want to give such community a place to meet, share and excersice with the highest quality teachers in Ubud. DO NOT MISS BAMBU’s classes. If you go, you will know what I mean and will be happy you did😜 #Ishtar#
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Kiovanna T wrote a review Mar. 2020
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WARNING: The diving platform does not have any signs for pool depth, and 2 adults in my party hit the cement floor and scraped their face and hand jumping off with our kids, even though we were gentle. This high platform smashes you to the cement bottom. The staff was indifferent. We had to warn other guests that were about to dive and risk possible injury to their neck as I suffered. The vibe is stale, sketchy, uncaring, shallow (like the “diving” pool), and just about the money hustle. There are weird ,non-smiling security men lurking all around, even in the grassy areas where bikini babes and boys were on phones and computers all day, oh, but no “life-guard” on duty. Awful music playing and the steam room was “out of order.” Skip this place unless you want to feel like you are at a low end “country club” in a White privilege country.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Thailand-Traveler-23 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Bangkok, Thailand13 contributions1 helpful vote
Really like that place, doing my workout here every morning. Nice, large pool, super friendly staff (even if they are sometimes a bit slow and not really giving enough attention to customers) and a great gym. Food is healthy and tasty, prepared with love, large choice even for vegetarians but a bit overpriced. Monthly membership is definitely worth it!! Thank you
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Date of experience: March 2020
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