"very unique lodging, very helpful-friendly staff"
We stayed five nights at the Pajar House with our 15 month-old son. Overall, we had a very enjoyable experience and felt that this style of lodging matched the experience we were looking for during our time in Ubud. While a few small factors caused us not to give 5 stars, we were generally pleased with the service, food, and transportation offered.
ROOMS - in the main campus of the Pajar House, each room is in a small villa. When you enter the property, you will notice that the lodging is in what looks like a former temple. This gives the place a lot of charm, with the villas located inside the temple. Incense and small offerings are scattered throughout the property. There is a small, common pool available to all guests.
The rooms/villas themselves are comfortable, but not the best. We stayed in room 1, where we had the use of an extra room attached to the bedroom. The bed is somewhat hard and squeaky in room 1, as other reviewers have commented. If you don't have an extra room in your villa, space might be an issue as the bedrooms are not overly spacious. Also, the rooms themselves could use a slight facelift. There was dirt in some of the corners, but overall, they were mostly clean. One of the doors had slight damage done to it (medium-sized hole) and the couches were old with a slight smell.
We were slightly frustrated with the bathroom. While it was lovely to have a partially outdoor bathroom, in order to get hot water for a bath or shower you had to wait a minimum o
Traveller from Lausanne, Switzerland