If you are traveling in the Ubud area, do not be confused about finding a comfortable place to stay. Just stay at Anumana Ubud Hotel, one of the unique accommodations located in the heart of Ubud, precisely on Monkey Forest Street, Padang Tegal Village, Ubud, Gianyar.
The location is very strategic, only three minutes’ walk to the tourist attraction of Monkey Forest Ubud, about five minutes’ drive to Ubud Market and Puri Saren Agung and to Goa Gajah and about 30 minutes to Tampaksiring Palace and about 90 minutes’ drive to Ngurah Airport Rai. The hotel is also very close to the Agung Rai Museum of Arts (ARMA) and the art pockets in Ubud.
Anumana Ubud Hotel offers a variety of facilities. Each room has been equipped with an air-conditioner and private balcony or terrace. Similarly, there are amenities available in each room, such as hairdryer and a shower in bahtroom. Additional facilities are safe deposit box and a seating area to just enjoy coffee or work in the room. Each room offers a very serene view of the pool and garden. “Tourists can also do various activities while staying at this hotel,” said General Manager, Gede Edi Artana, on Tuesday (Feb. 2).
Should you feel bored and wish to get around this international tourism village area, Anumana Ubud Hotel provides bicycles for free. The hotel restaurant serves breakfast of Asian and international dishes. Various menus are served to provide comfort for tourists who want to linger at the hotel. “Our restaurant features open space theme which is cozier and more relaxed on the back of chair. The parking provided is also free,” said the energetic man.
When staying at Anumana Ubud Hotel, tourists will definitely feel safe and comfortable because apart from offering a calm atmosphere and beautiful panoramas, this star hotel has also been certified with Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) by the government. “We carry out sanitation and cleaning in accordance with regulatory procedures so that guests feel comfortable whe staying at our hotel,” he said.
Every time a tourist arrives, staff and other guests follow health protocols by always applying discipline (washing hands, checking body temperature, wearing mask and maintaining distance). Each room is equipped with a hand wash basin and hand sanitizer. Having been used by guests, all rooms are then sanitized by using a disinfectant. After being cleaned up with disinfectant, they will be then saleable in the next two days. “During the implementation of this New Normal, both guests and staff are very cooperative in carrying out their duties and implementing health protocols,” he said.
Then, what about tourists visit during this pandemic period? Gede Edi Artana added that tourist visits to the Ubud area are very minimal, so that it has an impact on the tourism sector and hotel occupancy itself. Anumana Ubud Hotel still hopes that local or domestic tourist visits will help improve the tourism economy.
“We apply very attractive promotional rates, and of course it is more economical to make a direct booking. If there is no pandemic problem, our hotel will be very crowded with European, Australian and Korean tourists who dominate the visits to the Ubud area because of their honeymoon,” he concluded. (BTN/015)