We was not sure what to expect, the information given from the internet contradict with what our tourist guide (Wayan) has inform us. The internet rated Tepi Sawah Villas & SPA (TSVS) with a 4 start hotel, but according to Wayan it’s only a 3 star hotel.
We arrived Ubud and check in at TSVS around .
The moment we arrived, we were not sure if the hotel exists. The area was surrounded with Tepi Sawah Restaurant and
Tepi Sawah Villas entrance
TSVS lobby is not the same as any other hotel lobby that I’ve been too, it’s totally different and well taken care. We were greeted by TSVS friendly staff and helped us to check in accordingly.
Tepi Sawah Villas hotel lobby
TSVS is located next to rice fields owned by the local people staying nearby. The walk way to the room was lovely. The garden in TSVS was well managed and taken care.
We stayed in Padang Tegal room. The room is huge, with a king size bed. Equipped with air-condition system. From our room balcony we can see the stunning view of TSVS swimming pool.
Tepi Sawah Villas – Padang Tegal Room
Tepi Sawah Villas – swimming pool view
Mosquitoes! No so much. The TSVS staff will come to our room every evening to setup the electrical mosquito’s protection in the room and light up the mosquitoes coil at the balcony of our room.
We had a wonderful time staying in TSVS. It deserves the 4 star rating. Prior to that I think the staffs attentiveness, helpfulness and kindness deserve a 5 star rating. They were superb!
Depending on the room types, the Batuan Villa starts from USD 61/night during off peak seasons. Additional 20%++ will be charge during peak seasons for all room types.
The Padang Tegal Villa cost me USD 78/night during off peak seasons.
Fact on TSVS
- Was build 3 years ago in 2005
- Currently equipped with 12 rooms only
- Room rates inclusive breakfast
- Provide FREE shuttle services to Ubud and places nearby
- Air-conditions rooms
- Equipped with TV but NO HBO or Star Movie channel
- Swimming pool
- SPA services
- 10% discount on Tepi Sawah outlets at Nyoman Sumerta Fine Art Gallery, Tepi Sawah restaurant, Mesari Boutique and Suraya Wood & Furniture.