October 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Royal Pita Maha in Bali, Indonesia
If Royal Pita Maha feels unusually regal, there is good reason. This divine retreat is owned and managed by the royal family of Ubud, in Southeast Bali. With their lush landscaping, the Royal House, Royal Villas and Pool Villas are gracefully integrated into the setting of sweeping rice terraces, river gorges and tropical woodlands. Fodor's declares the accommodations "tastefully luxurious," and you will agree as you relish your own pool with views of the Ayung River and an overwhelming oneness with nature in this place of reflection, healing and serenity.
Since the entire purpose of your stay is relaxation, enjoy a treatment at Royal Kirana Spa & Wellness, terrace dining and the marvelous freeform pool overlooking the valley. Discover local artisans at the open-air stage or in-house gallery, and learn more about the playful yet sacred spirit of Ubud with a bareback ride at the Elephant Safari Park or a visit with the mischievous characters at the Monkey Forest. Make sure to take advantage of privileged access to the Royal Palace, the site of an enchanting evening dance performance.
Location of The Royal Pita Maha
Nearest Airport: DPS
Amenities for The Royal Pita Maha
- General Information
- 92 Guest Rooms
- 2 Restaurants
- Pool Bar
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Laundry Service
- Live Entertainment
- Wellness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Private Pools
- Private Decks
- Cooking Classes
- Cultural Classes
- River Rafting
- Art Classes
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Royal Pita Maha
This is one of the luxurious resort of Ubud town. View is great .resort itself is very big and full of nature. We stayed in Deluxe private pool villa where infinity pool is facing towards valley .. u definitely feel special .. They do room service twice. But after coming from Seminyakbeachresort beach resort my expectations went high . Service is little but slow but again it takes 70 to 100 steps to come to your villa so obviously its not going g to be that fast. Some of the room boys hardly understand English. But again Ubud is village u can't except same staff u get in Seminyak. Resort has shuttle to the Ubud village . I would recommend get 15 min early to spot when u r coming back as it gets full and you have to wait another half hour for it to come back .More shuttle frequency would be great . Breakfast buffet was good with limited options as compare to 5 star standards. U can spend two or three hours at organic restaurant or just sit at gazebo at Ayung river . If you keep in mind money you are spending here is for the great view and Royal Ness it won't disappoint you.
Everything was just perfect, we spent 10 days in Bali 4 days in Ubud at Royal Pita Maha, and i would definitely go back again and again and again. we went this July and it was magical, so private so romantic. The place all over is amazing , Villas are wonderful with your own private endless pool where you cant see anything but green. food was good, especially breakfast. but we found out that food in Ubud's restaurants is better and cheaper. staff are so kind. the only thing that bothered me was geckos inside the villa other than that it all went great. i totally recommend this hotel.
Karazeh - Jordan
Upon entering The Royal Pita Maha my wife and I were overwhelmed by the luxurious resort and it's location. Then when we were shown our villa we were absolutely speechless. Generous sized rooms with such an incredible uninterrupted view of the river and surrounding rainforest. It was perfect. Every morning we took advantage of the free yoga by the river. What a beautiful setting and such a relaxing way to start the day. Then a buffet breakfast, again taking in the view from the restaurant. Very attentive staff, a great selection of foods. Following breakfast we would swim in the lagoon pool. We rarely saw any body else in this pool and it really is unique in that it follows the river and you can just float and take in the river views and surrounding cliffs. This was our fourth trip to Ubud having previously stayed at several nearby hotels including the adjacent Kupu Kupu Barong but from now on we will always be staying at The Royal Pita Maha.
Andrew T - Surfers Paradise, Australia
We stayed at the Royal Pita Maha for our honeymoon for 8 nights. Overall the hotel is very clean and the building is very grand with stunning views. The staff were attentive but their is room for improvement with their customer service as a whole it was not five star standard and the food is sub-standard. The menu is given on arrival and is very limited considering the length we stayed. Their is one menu that can be used for either room service or in either other the restaurants which serve food from this menu either Asian or Western selection depending on which restaurant you go to. The hotel should focus on providing a menu for each restaurant and separate menu for lunches/room service and ensuring food isn't cold but the time it gets to the room. The food we ordered to the room was stone cold every time to the point where we were reluctant to order it and had to walk to the restaurants up al the stairs which was disappointing as we booked this hotel to stay in our room and enjoy our pool/privacy. The overall standard of the food, although better in the restaurants as oppose to room service was very disappointing and not five star standard. Myself and my wife both had 'bali belly' on the second day and we are unsure if it was due to the general hygiene or food temperature. Buffet breakfast in the morning was always cold and if your not careful the omelettes are served raw. Again this breakfast including food choice and quality is not five star standards. We ate at another 5 Star restaurant in Bali who have a dedicated restaurant for evenings for their guest and it was way superior to the menu, food quality and services of the Royal Pita Maha. for this reason I would not go back here, which is a shame. What was confusing was at the back of the dining menu in the room their was a set lunch hand dinner menu (with no prices) which we couldn't work out were this was served. When we asked staff they said dewata lounge and when we asked their they said it was only the alacarte menu, Very confusing and poor information given by the staff. We were also asked repeatedly if we had a voucher? for money off the food, again very confusing from the staff. The rooms were cleaned twice a day and sufficient water was provided. Their was a smell of urine in the bathroom and I'm not sure whether this is due to back drafts from the drainage system or lack of cleaning products used to clean the bathroom but this needs investigating by the hotel. Overall the staff were friendly and attentive , however room service was difficult and the lady we kept ordering with from the room was a little rude and quick to take your order before you've finished explaining which type of eggs, bread, fruit juice you want and this came tedious and difficult to order. We would like to thank the RPM for our stay as it was enjoyable but please look into improving the food quality, menus and staff training. This was not 5 star standard and the choice was limited for the duration of our stay. Another thing to note is the hotel allowed guest into the restaurants in the evening in shorts, trainers and vest tops! which brought the whole place down , this should not be allowed in a five start hotel at n evening meal! please have a dress code!
We stayed at The Royal Pita Maha for 3 nights in August 2017 as part of our 1st wedding anniversary celebrations. Our villa was villa number 151 (deluxe pool villa), one of the villas at the top of the resort offering uninterrupted views of the jungle and complete privacy. We did consider the Royal pool villa but upon doing our research, apart from a slight difference in the villa layout, we couldn't justify the price difference. In fact, the member of staff who showed us our room was in agreement that apart from the Royal villa being more expensive, it wasn't really any different to the deluxe pool villa (a useful tip for those looking to stay). We also stayed at the Hanging Gardens of Bali, in comparison, the Royal Pita Maha offers more traditional Balinese decor/surroundings giving you that ultimate Balinese feeling, although parts of the villa did appear dated and it wasn't as sealed off, allowing bugs to get into the room. The view from the bedroom of the private pool and jungle was so picture perfect. The hotel paid attention to small details such as a fresh flower arrangement and memorabilia sarongs. Communication with the hotel staff was often an issue but the majority of the time, the staff did their best. The first time we visited the restaurant on the upper floor, we were amazed by the views of the valley and Ayung river below, although the food was average and my husband was left with an upset stomach after one of the meals. The hotel grounds are huge and despite staying at the RPM for 3 nights we still felt like we did not explore the grounds enough (with spending time visiting and exploring Ubud). However on the last day we did take the escalator down into the valley to visit the Holy Spring Pool and the river. My husband and I also booked some spa treatments. The spa grounds are huge offering good steam/sauna facilities with a swimming pool and jacuzzi out in the open with stunning jungle views. We had a Balinese massage and facial and I must say after opting for a relaxing massage technique, it was so relaxing that I fell asleep! Our therapists were great! Definitely recommend the massage (not so sure about the facial). The downside of our visit was the noise from some work going on in the hotel grounds. I did make reception aware of this and was told that they would be informed to start the work later but my sleep was again disturbed the following morning. Slightly disappointing! On our final night the hotel staff did offer us a free private transfer to the airport. This is complimentary if you stay 2 or 3 nights (can't remember which exactly), but we already had a transfer included by our travel agent. Upon our departure we were given a wooden carving with our names, not sure if this is for honeymooners/special occasions but we thought this was a really sweet gesture, as it was something we could keep forever as a memory of our stay at the RPM. Overall, a pleasant stay, good location and decent sized villas with great pool views but purely because the villa was a little dated, we probably wouldn't stay here again.
neeks1987 - Nottingham, United Kingdom