Puri Ganesha Villas, Buleleng
Puri Ganesha Villas, Buleleng
Puri Ganesha Villas, Buleleng
Puri Ganesha Villas, Buleleng
Puri Ganesha Villas, Buleleng
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Puri Ganesha Villas

Menjangan, Buleleng

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TravelingLightInAsia
14 Sep 2020
I have been lucky enough to have been visiting Puri Ganesha for over a decade. The spacious two story villas - of which there are four - , the timeless, inimitable, shabby chic, the outstanding food and personal service always brings back so many fabulous memories. The founder as always, fabulous, chatty and busy. The staff attend to every whim - even if not standard or understood - and the whole beach-front estate blissfully captured in its own essence. I'm surprised by some of the reviews here... of course village people walk along the beach during the day (few and far between they be) maybe the guest does not know Indonesian beaches are not private but belong to the nation. Hence every resort / estate will have (as they very well should) local people walking along the beach. I have always found the staff charming the food fabulous and I definitely am in love with the decor - antiques, handmade inlays and cloths all beautifully organic and holistic - no cookie cutter here thank you very much! I just have to mention the pool - each villa has its own - the temperature is always divine and the quality of the water so cleansing... Can't wait to continue making memories here, items of beauty and things of privilege!
shannonup
13 Feb 2020
Puri Ganesha is a hidden gem on the northwest coast of Bali. I spent four days in paradise, being served the most incredibly fresh food, made from local ingredients. The decor of the villas and common areas are impeccable, using Balinese art, fabrics, and antiques exploding with colors and stories. The pools are the perfect temperature for cooling off in the Bali sun, and a walk on the beach at sunset is an experience you'll never forget. The owner, Diana is delightful, and she teaches cooking classes in an open air pavilion where her spices and fresh ingredients are carefully laid out in gorgeous baskets and banana leaves. I learned so much about Balinese cooking and the numerous sambals used to flavor every dish. Diana's specialty is vegetarian and vegan, but we also cooked fish and chicken dishes that I've already started making at home. If you need direction for other things to do in Bali, Diana is an expert and can make your entire Balinese experience one you will never forget.
balireviewstoday
20 Nov 2019
It's a lovely secluded spot, right on the beach with so much space. (You get quite a lot of people walking through the grounds on the way to the village/ the diving beach but they tend to stay at the edge of the property.) But the whole place is run-down. The 'common areas' are not so bad but the villa we stayed in was falling apart. The paving by the pool was in need of repair as were the loungers. In the villa itself, the showers didn't work, there were fixtures coming off the wall, the sides of the staircase were starting to break and some of the steps were a bit dodgy. And really for the price they charge.... it's unacceptable. When we mentioned some of the problems in the villa we were assured that someone would come and fix them straight away... it never happened. There was a very weird atmosphere between the owner and the staff... and also between the owner and her husband which was a bit uncomfortable at times. It's such a shame as the place could be stunning. But really they are charging way too much for a place that's seen better days.
Ken99
04 Sep 2019
I started corresponding with the owner Diana in June 2019 and booked a villa for a stay starting at the end of November for 4 nights. Received a confirmation first week of July. On Aug 28 received an email from Diana stating that there was a "big problem" as a group had reached out to her a long time ago with a "tentative" booking but she never heard back from them. After countless attempts by Diana requesting a confirmation and with no reply, she confirmed our booking. And all of a sudden on Aug. 28 this group reached out to her to book all 4 villas. We only wanted one. Diana was now cancelling our reservation. She asked if we could change our flights (not able to) and that she would work at finding a solution stating she hoped to hear from me soon. On the same day my wife reached out to Diana explaining how this was a special trip for her and her daughter and that this was not right. Did not hear back from Diana. On Aug 30 I followed up with another email to Diana that she had gone silent. Needed to hear from her. Last time we heard from Diana was her cancelling our reservation over another group. I guess a confirmation isn't what it used to be. (Could not post this without listing a visit date)
Adriana W
19 Agt 2019
I'm so glad found this place and took the risk of heading to an area of Bali we know so little about. Puri Ganesha is a beautiful set of villas in a suitably beautiful location. The experience was amazing from the get go. With a car to pick us up from Canggu, it was a long and slow drive but it gave us plenty of time to get a feel for the real Bali and the gorgeous landscapes of the island. It was also a pleasure to spend the time with our driver Gede, who had excellent English and was friendly and knowledgeable. There was also a Baliense picnic packed for us which we enjoyed with Gede sitting in an old fishing bale overlooking the calm Java Sea. Being able to stop and take photos at the interesting spots was also great. Arriving at the villa mid afternoon we were quickly shown straight to our gorgeous villa. We stayed in the Senyum, which is a huge 2 bedroom+ villa set a wonderful green garden, private pool and a private 'bale' that overlooks Pemuteran Beach. The main bedroom up a spiral staircase is large, the bed big and comfy and has great views across the garden to the beach. A great place to watch the most amazing sunrises. The connecting bathroom is pretty and adequate, but the downstairs bathroom is particularly lovely and big, partly outdoor with outdoor shower and a bath the size of a paddling pool. Diana, the owner, introduced herself and was always on hand in the office to see to anything we needed, trips to temples, info about snorkelling in the area, advice and suggestions for local walks and also, more importantly the meals served in villa or at the restaurant. We originally picked Puri Ganesha after doing some research into the best accomodation in Bali that cater to vegan dietary requirements, and we really did hit the jackpot. Diana was the first raw/vegan pioneer in Southeast Asia from 2005 and cooked and promoted vegan and raw food in some of the best hotels in the region. All we had to do was mention our diet to her and our preference in sampling veganised versions of local dishes and we were sorted for the duration of her stay. Diana came up with delicious and varied Balinese meals for the 5 days we stayed. But if you are not vegan there are also many, many options available. We had two friendly and helpful staff, Wayan and Komang, in villa who were always happy to assist with anything we needed and served our breakfast, lunch and dinners at our al fresco dining table. The location of the villas on the outskirts on Pemuteran town is a very different Bali to the south east most people know. Even in peak season there are few tourists and has a secluded, laid back village vibe. It seems a lot dryer than in the south east and on the coast there is a lovely cooling breeze. The locals are friendly and always greet you with a 'halo' and a smile. the walk to the local temple of Pura Batu Kursi took us through the local streets and farms and was an absolute delight to see life for the locals away from the tourist traps. Pemuteran Beach although quiet has plenty of beach side cafes and restaurants, dive outlets and picturesque selfie spots. You can walk 4 to 5km up and down the beach with Puri Ganesha being down the quieter end. I really can not recommend Puri Ganesha Homes By The Beach and Pemuteran enough you are looking for the 'other' Bali with luxury and great food shown in.
Lokasi
PANTAi PEMUTERAN GEROKGAK NORT BALI SINGARAJA
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
18:00
Waktu check-out:
11:00
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FAQ
Di mana alamat Puri Ganesha Villas?
Puri Ganesha Villas beralamat di PANTAi PEMUTERAN GEROKGAK NORT BALI SINGARAJA
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Puri Ganesha Villas?
Waktu untuk check-in di Puri Ganesha Villas adalah mulai dari pukul 18:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 11:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Puri Ganesha Villas?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
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Review

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4.5
Dari 49 review
Kebersihan
5.0
Kamar
5.0
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
5.0
Nilai
4.5
Pasangan
21
Keluarga
11
Wisata sendiri
1
Berlibur dengan teman
6
Bisnis
0
TravelingLightInAsia
14 Sep 2020 -
I have been lucky enough to have been visiting Puri Ganesha for over a decade. The spacious two story villas - of which there are four - , the timeless, inimitable, shabby chic, the outstanding food and personal service always brings back so many fabulous memories. The founder as always, fabulous, chatty and busy. The staff attend to every whim - even if not standard or understood - and the whole beach-front estate blissfully captured in its own essence. I'm surprised by some of the reviews here... of course village people walk along the beach during the day (few and far between they be) maybe the guest does not know Indonesian beaches are not private but belong to the nation. Hence every resort / estate will have (as they very well should) local people walking along the beach. I have always found the staff charming the food fabulous and I definitely am in love with the decor - antiques, handmade inlays and cloths all beautifully organic and holistic - no cookie cutter here thank you very much! I just have to mention the pool - each villa has its own - the temperature is always divine and the quality of the water so cleansing... Can't wait to continue making memories here, items of beauty and things of privilege!
shannonup
13 Feb 2020 -
Puri Ganesha is a hidden gem on the northwest coast of Bali. I spent four days in paradise, being served the most incredibly fresh food, made from local ingredients. The decor of the villas and common areas are impeccable, using Balinese art, fabrics, and antiques exploding with colors and stories. The pools are the perfect temperature for cooling off in the Bali sun, and a walk on the beach at sunset is an experience you'll never forget. The owner, Diana is delightful, and she teaches cooking classes in an open air pavilion where her spices and fresh ingredients are carefully laid out in gorgeous baskets and banana leaves. I learned so much about Balinese cooking and the numerous sambals used to flavor every dish. Diana's specialty is vegetarian and vegan, but we also cooked fish and chicken dishes that I've already started making at home. If you need direction for other things to do in Bali, Diana is an expert and can make your entire Balinese experience one you will never forget.
balireviewstoday
20 Nov 2019 -
It's a lovely secluded spot, right on the beach with so much space. (You get quite a lot of people walking through the grounds on the way to the village/ the diving beach but they tend to stay at the edge of the property.) But the whole place is run-down. The 'common areas' are not so bad but the villa we stayed in was falling apart. The paving by the pool was in need of repair as were the loungers. In the villa itself, the showers didn't work, there were fixtures coming off the wall, the sides of the staircase were starting to break and some of the steps were a bit dodgy. And really for the price they charge.... it's unacceptable. When we mentioned some of the problems in the villa we were assured that someone would come and fix them straight away... it never happened. There was a very weird atmosphere between the owner and the staff... and also between the owner and her husband which was a bit uncomfortable at times. It's such a shame as the place could be stunning. But really they are charging way too much for a place that's seen better days.
Ken99
04 Sep 2019 -
I started corresponding with the owner Diana in June 2019 and booked a villa for a stay starting at the end of November for 4 nights. Received a confirmation first week of July. On Aug 28 received an email from Diana stating that there was a "big problem" as a group had reached out to her a long time ago with a "tentative" booking but she never heard back from them. After countless attempts by Diana requesting a confirmation and with no reply, she confirmed our booking. And all of a sudden on Aug. 28 this group reached out to her to book all 4 villas. We only wanted one. Diana was now cancelling our reservation. She asked if we could change our flights (not able to) and that she would work at finding a solution stating she hoped to hear from me soon. On the same day my wife reached out to Diana explaining how this was a special trip for her and her daughter and that this was not right. Did not hear back from Diana. On Aug 30 I followed up with another email to Diana that she had gone silent. Needed to hear from her. Last time we heard from Diana was her cancelling our reservation over another group. I guess a confirmation isn't what it used to be. (Could not post this without listing a visit date)
Adriana W
19 Agt 2019 -
I'm so glad found this place and took the risk of heading to an area of Bali we know so little about. Puri Ganesha is a beautiful set of villas in a suitably beautiful location. The experience was amazing from the get go. With a car to pick us up from Canggu, it was a long and slow drive but it gave us plenty of time to get a feel for the real Bali and the gorgeous landscapes of the island. It was also a pleasure to spend the time with our driver Gede, who had excellent English and was friendly and knowledgeable. There was also a Baliense picnic packed for us which we enjoyed with Gede sitting in an old fishing bale overlooking the calm Java Sea. Being able to stop and take photos at the interesting spots was also great. Arriving at the villa mid afternoon we were quickly shown straight to our gorgeous villa. We stayed in the Senyum, which is a huge 2 bedroom+ villa set a wonderful green garden, private pool and a private 'bale' that overlooks Pemuteran Beach. The main bedroom up a spiral staircase is large, the bed big and comfy and has great views across the garden to the beach. A great place to watch the most amazing sunrises. The connecting bathroom is pretty and adequate, but the downstairs bathroom is particularly lovely and big, partly outdoor with outdoor shower and a bath the size of a paddling pool. Diana, the owner, introduced herself and was always on hand in the office to see to anything we needed, trips to temples, info about snorkelling in the area, advice and suggestions for local walks and also, more importantly the meals served in villa or at the restaurant. We originally picked Puri Ganesha after doing some research into the best accomodation in Bali that cater to vegan dietary requirements, and we really did hit the jackpot. Diana was the first raw/vegan pioneer in Southeast Asia from 2005 and cooked and promoted vegan and raw food in some of the best hotels in the region. All we had to do was mention our diet to her and our preference in sampling veganised versions of local dishes and we were sorted for the duration of her stay. Diana came up with delicious and varied Balinese meals for the 5 days we stayed. But if you are not vegan there are also many, many options available. We had two friendly and helpful staff, Wayan and Komang, in villa who were always happy to assist with anything we needed and served our breakfast, lunch and dinners at our al fresco dining table. The location of the villas on the outskirts on Pemuteran town is a very different Bali to the south east most people know. Even in peak season there are few tourists and has a secluded, laid back village vibe. It seems a lot dryer than in the south east and on the coast there is a lovely cooling breeze. The locals are friendly and always greet you with a 'halo' and a smile. the walk to the local temple of Pura Batu Kursi took us through the local streets and farms and was an absolute delight to see life for the locals away from the tourist traps. Pemuteran Beach although quiet has plenty of beach side cafes and restaurants, dive outlets and picturesque selfie spots. You can walk 4 to 5km up and down the beach with Puri Ganesha being down the quieter end. I really can not recommend Puri Ganesha Homes By The Beach and Pemuteran enough you are looking for the 'other' Bali with luxury and great food shown in.
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