Info : Kajane Mua
KajaNe Mua is a serene getaway in the bustling centre of Ubud. Situated between the Monkey Forest and Ubud Market this hotel is a great location for sightseeing, whilst remaining a secluded and quiet place for guests to relax.
KajaNe offers a choice of one to four bedroom villas and mansions, with each hosting its own private pool, veranda and garden terrace. Semi-outdoor bathrooms and rice paddies also feature in some of the villas. Rooms are decorated with locally crafted furnishings and materials in a mixture of Balinese and Javanese styles. The villas are surrounded by lush tropical gardens creating an exotic ambience throughout the hotel.
The hotel facilities include a traditional Indonesian spa, public swimming pool, gym, library and restaurant. Guests have the option of having candle-lit dinners on their own personal verandas, as well as in-villa spa treatments upon request. It is also easy for guests to get out of the hotel and explore the local restaurants and shops, due to KajaNe’s central location.
KajaNe offers vast range of activities including treks around Ubud, sunrise treks up Mount Batur, private yoga classes and cookery classes, which may be organised by the hotel’s friendly and helpful staff. KajaNe also provides free sightseeing bikes to its guests to make full use off while exploring the surrounding town.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
Six great and amazingly different hotels - we would happily recommend any of them. We had three excellent guides as well. And we lost track of the number of "Wow" moments. In addition to the obvious, including Paramban, Borobodur and Bromo, we would add our tour of the markets + rickshaw ride in Malang, and having coffee with Mr Rai at the Agung Rai Gallery in Bali. Our guide in Bali, Otok (?) was excellent at explaining local culture, and we left an offering at his family shrine.