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Reviewed 4 October 2012

This is in a great location for easy walking access to all the main attractions in Ubud. Therefore, because it is central don't expect peace and quiet. Bali is Bali and you will hear motor bike scooters and roosters just about wherever you go! Yes, the rooms are a bit on the dark side and yes there are mosquitoes but we were never in the rooms long enough to worry about it and a good net around the bed works wonders. The cooking class was great with wonderful staff giving a real insight to Bali food and culture. I liked the fact they supplied water coolers to the rooms so you didn't have to keep buying plastic bottles but could refill your own.

Date of stay: September 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank hula-girl2011
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Reviewed 29 September 2012

After a quick check in with a pleasant welcome drink we were taken about 25 metres across the road to our room in Honeymoon 2. Honeymoon 2 is where the cooking school is located and had its own little reception desk, but the main business is carried out at Honeymoon1. The property is very traditional in style. Jalan Bisma runs off Jalan Raya Ubud. It's in a good location walking distance to the market, with shops, spas and restaurants nearby. Its a relatively quiet road with little traffic after 10pm. There are rice paddies further down the street.

We had a Surya room on the ground floor. The door is a carved traditional style that was a bit wonky and had to be locked with a big padlock through some rings one of which was held in by 1 nail, pretty but not the most practical or secure. The windows to the room are wooden shutters with fixed slats - no glass and no curtains, so its very dark when they are closed and when they are open you are very exposed. With these windows there was little sound insulation- again not good for privacy. It had a large bed draped in a mosquito net - very necessary because with the shuttered windows there are lots of gaps and there were a lot of mosquitos. Only 1 pillow and 1 sheet on the bed. No spare pillow or blanket in the room. There was no hotel compendium so i have no idea how you'd get one. The room had a mini bar and a water dispenser, but no TV, room safe or telephone (safety deposit at Honeymoon 1 reception). The bathroom is spacious, clean and quite modern. There is free Wifi, but we ended up having to use 4 different passwords for different areas within the properties. The bathroom was very spacious and quite modern and the verandah is spacious with a table and chairs.

After we arrived we went back to Honeymoon 1 to the restaurant area. No one came to attend to us so we sat down hoping for a meal. I could hear the girls taking behind the counter but still no service so eventually i had to ask .I gather the meals are prepared in the main Casa Luna restaurant in Jl Raya Ubud and bought around - they said it would take about half an hour. There were other people drinking coffee etc so I think they can provide drinks.

Breakfast is pre-ordered from a prescribed list left in your room and served at Honeymoon 1. You select your choices and the time you want to have it in 15 min intervals eg 0800- 0815 (so they can bring it from the main restaurant) and leave it at reception the day before. We weren't quite sure what we were meant to do, but we had the same issue with the girls hiding behind the counter and not serving us when we sat down, so we eventually followed some people upstairs where we got much better service.The breakfast selections were quite nice with a bit of variety.

The pool at Honeymoon 2 is quite small and enclosed in a walled area with only 4 loungers, but fine to cool off after a days walking in the Bali heat. We checked out Honeymoon 1 pool- its a bit bigger. There are lots of steps into and out of everything with few flat surfaces so not great accessibility if this is an issue. It was quite hard lugging suitcases up and down steps over the road and up and down more steps to check out.

Other than the girls who worked in the downstairs section of the restaurant who always seemed to be hiding down behind the counter chatting, the staff were very pleasant and helpful. There didn't appear to be any security at Honeymoon 2 - not sure about Honeymoon 1.

I had a nice massage and pedicure at Lily Spa just across the road from Honeymoon 1- good prices and a nice setup.

Overall while I liked the ambience of the traditional style I'm not sure if I'd stay here again. It wasn't bad... just not great. Maybe it would be better staying at Honeymoon 1?

Date of stay: September 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank 8EDaze
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Reviewed 27 September 2012

The rooms are spacious and have a large private balcony area and the bathrooms are enormous. Location is good if you don't like to be in the thick of things as it's a street down, running parallel to Monkey Forest Road. Still it's surrounded in restaurants and massage places. You would think it would be quieter than Monkey Forrest Road but don't be fooled. Three prize cock-fighters live right outside this hotel and from 2am onwards every 2 mins they cock-a-doodle-do. I went there volunteering to revamp an Orangutan enclosure cause I love animals but let me tell you I would have happily strangled the Roosters every morning.

Room tip: Doesn't matter where you stay you can still hear the Roosters - that also goes for the surrounding hotels. If you absolutely have to stay in that street, request a room at the very back of the property.
Date of stay: September 2012
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1  Thank 2di4
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Reviewed 25 September 2012

Our second visit to Honeymoon Guesthouse, this time leaving the husbands at home.
From the moment you arrive a sense of calm comes over you. The lovely warm welcome, the lush gardens and our rooms 14 and 15 with their private verandah was just perfect for us.
During our 7 night stay we were fortunate to have quite a few groups of like minded women staying, if ever there was a place for adults only, this is it. Offering yoga and cooking courses, sets this place up well for the much travelling womens market. Two noisy kids dominated the pool for a day or two breaking the mood but fortunately didn't stay long.
I can't imagine going to Ubud and not staying at Honeymoon, location,atmosphere, beautiful friendly staff, many who have been there for years and great value, all adds up to a perfect Ubud sanctuary.

Date of stay: September 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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3  Thank gillian1andlaurie2
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Reviewed 18 September 2012

Already upon booking the problems started, we wanted to book a 5 night stay. when we received the mail from the staff there was no problem, we woud have to change rooms, that was no problem for us, so we confirm. 3 days later I receive response that only 4 night stay is possible, and the rooms earlier given were occupied so we would have to stay in 2 other rooms. No problem, everybody can make a mistake. Once we arrived we were happy we didn't had to stay 5 nights, both rooms we stayed in were dirty, we even found bills from previous guests, water taps were full of lime, a lot of dust. Beds were very hard and small, we had 4 nights with a little of sleep cause of kids making noise till late in the evening and early in the morning, if it weren't the nextdoor kids there were dogs barking all night long or motorcycles. True that rooms are big and have spacious terrace.
staff wasn't friendly or helpfull.
Pool was also dirty.
Breakfast was ok, not much but served dishes were well prepared, espacially the banana pancakes.
No value money, we found guesthouses who have more aminities (tv,soap,...) and are cheaper.

Date of stay: August 2012
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2  Thank Tamara R
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