Last March I had the opportunity to stay at Blue Karma Ubud, an eco-lodge of private wooden villas scattered in a beautiful garden with palm trees. It is located in the northern area of Ubud, in the middle of the rice paddies, just about 13 minutes away by car from the city center of Ubud.
I stayed 4 nights and it was a very comfortable stay that the time flew by. The atmosphere was familiar and friendly and the service was excellent.
The resort only has 8 private villas and a couple of rooms, to ensure a personalized treatment.
I stayed in the Kayu room; it’s small, with no frills, but with the necessities to enjoy my stay.
The decor is rustic and traditional with a very peaceful surroundings.
The entrance to the resort is simple and pretty, with a small shop where you can buy local clothings and accessories.
The Resort has a restaurant right next to the reception and in front of the pool, offering delicious food. The menu is varied and with healthy options.
I loved the pumpkin-coconut soup and all the salads.
The breakfast is complimentary and is very good. I chose à la cart but there was also a small buffet with fruit, granola, bread, jams, yogurt and some sweets in case you want to eat more.
The pool is very nice, is big enough (25 meters) to swim and also comes with an area with shallow water where I laid to soak up the sun.
The views are spectacular.
This was my favorite area. It is a high and spacious building, with natural air and surrounded by greenery.
Yoga classes are not complimentary and must be booked in advance, but the shala is open 24 hours, so I decided to do my personal sessions.
Blue Karma Ubud is a cute resort ideal for nature lovers looking for a quiet place.
For more information, visit their website: http://bluekarmaresort.com/our-hotels/ubud/
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