Me and my wife came here early in the morning for a visit to Tirta Gangga. We chose GK restaurant for breakfast and it was one of the best meals we've ever had in Bali. Tofu Sate, vegetable & cheese omelette with toast, fresh juices and fried pineapple dessert. Yummy. Highly recommend for meals if you come this district for a visit to Tirta Gangga (water palace)
My 2nd honey moon.. Nyaman.. fasilitas mewah.. view terbaik untuk melepas penat.. pelayanan ramah dan bersahabat.. dekat dengan tempat wisata dan tempat kuliner.. betah dan ingin kembali ke sini lagi.. thx karma..
I didn't stay here. When they showed me the bungalows it was so disgusting I had to leave. Outside bathrooms with huge bugs, ants everywhere in the room, small desk fan only. And for this price? Not for me... I found a better option.
Let's start with the positive things. Great location in a wonderful small and not so touristy town. The restaurant of Good Karma has a nice (vegetarian) selection for a decent price. The ricefield view from the spacious room was lovely. And after staying here we appreciated the next hotel even more.
Here are the actual facts, based on the 2 twin rooms that we've stayed at (we can't judge about the 2 double rooms they offered, as we have not seen them)
-Ceiling fans don't work
-Cold "shower" (really just a high pressure fosset attached on the wall)
-No sink and no mirror in the bathroom (just a large deep basin that they use to scoop out water for after bathroom visits)
-Lack of toiletpaper
-No flushing water inside the toilet bowl (plenty of it outside due to unattached pipes)
-No bedside lights
-Just one electrical socket (that was also needed for the small non rotating fan)
-And last but not least: BEDBUGS!!!
It seems very cheap, but for the same price you can actually get a room with airconditioning and hot water elsewhere in Tirtagangga.
We stayed three nights at this hotel. Our room had a ceiling fan (no AC), and an outdoor shower. The restaurant has good food, and the owners put us in touch with a local guide who took us trekking through the rice fields as well as up Mt. Limpuyan (hike including visits to seven temples that is a pilgrimage for Balinese Hindus). After spending a week in the middle of Ubud dodging tour buses full of people up for the day from Kuta, Tirta Gangga was a welcome relief. We walked to the water palace nearby each afternoon to cool off, then ate dinner either at the Good Karma restaurant, or the fancier Tirta Ayu restaurant located within the grounds of the water palace.