The location is close to the center of Ubud, about 30 minutes. Other than having complete facilities with international standards, Tapa Uma Sebatu also offers an exotic village view. Additionally, the trip to the hotel location is also equipped with herbs, so it must be fun to stay at Tapa Uma Sebatu.
This three-stared accommodation is a deluxe villa with 12 rooms. Of the total rooms, it offers three types of rooms, namely six units of Deluxe Rice Field View, four units of Deluxe Pool View and two units of Family Villa with private pools. In addition, Tapa Uma Sebatu also has restaurant, bar and public swimming pool facilities. “We express our gratitude for the opening of Tapa Uma Sebatu and thank the entire family of Pramana Experience for their support and prayers that always accompany,” said CEO of Pramana Experience, I Wayan Suarsa, on Thursday (Dec. 10).
Tapa Uma Sebatu, under hotel operator company and managed by Pramana Experience, was introduced last Friday (Nov. 20). Tapa Hotels is a premier hotel brand with a three-star classification. “Currently, there are four Tapa Hotels that we run under the Pramana Experience holding, namely the Tapa Tepi Kali Canggu, Tapa Bale Gede Lembongan, Tapa Jukung Penida and the most recent is Tapa Uma Sebatu. It is the newest property with a very unique concept introduced after opening the event,” he said.
Opening ceremony of the Tapa Uma Sebatu was attended by the whole extended family and the Pramana Experience board of directors marked by ribbon cutting by I Wayan Suarsa and the owner I WayanWirata and family. “We are very optimistic that Tapa Uma Sebatu will achieve success in the hotel industry in Bali, especially Ubud, even in the pandemic situation like this,” said Suarsa.
Tapa Uma Sebatu has the concept of a traditional village located in the middle of rice fields. Every person who enters and stays at Tapa Uma Sebatu will feel his energy restored because of the fresh air of the rice fields and the beauty of the scenery. “Moreover, it is located in the middle of an expanse of exotic rice fields, making this hotel look neat and very attractive to be a holiday spot for both couples and families,” continued Suarsa.
Then, what about the implementation of health protocols? Suarsa stated that this deluxe villa was built in the pre-pandemic era, so that various conditions in living the New Era of Bali life become a concern. At the same time, it also prepares all matters related to the implementation of health protocols, such as setting up washing hand station at strategic location, adjusting food spacing and installing signage to maintain distance. “We also check the body temperature of guests coming to the villa,” added Suarsa.
Hand sanitizers and masks are provided at strategic places. The signage is in the form of an appeal to wash hands and keep guests’ hands clean with a hand sanitizer and maintain a healthy lifestyle. “There are officers who will always remind guests to wash their hands,” he concluded. (BTN/015)