Matahari Cottage consists of traditional and modern rooms with free Wi Fi connection in the heart of Ubud. It is surrounded by a tropical forest. We also offer massage services upon request and it is a 10 minute walk from Ubud Palace and the Ubud Art Market.
Matahari Cottage Bed & Breakfast dedicates to your comfort and pleasure. An occasional guest familiar only with chain hotel offerings might find that Matahari Cottage Bed & Breakfast does not match his or her expectations; however, those who would enjoy a more natural ethnic experience in grass
huts carefully prepared to make guests feel pampered in the jungle surroundings, will find a pleasurable and memorable experience at Matahari, and at a reasonable price. Matahari Cottage Bed & Breakfast offers exquisite breakfast free to in-room guests.
Located approximately a 1 hour, 30-minute drive away is Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Equipped with wood furnishings, all rooms at Matahari feature a patio and private bathroom with toilet and shower. Some rooms have a living area with sofa.
Relax with a soothing massage or browse the library’s collection of books. Laundry services are available and day trips can be arranged. Airport pick-transfers are available at an additional cost.
The rate offered is for 1 bedroom with maximum occupancy of 2 person.
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A nice place to chill out. Keep in mind that it's not air conditioned though, which can be an issue during the hotter months (like April to June) in Bali. During my stay, it was nice and cool, due to the room having an amazing view of the lush jungle, but oddly, not that many insects (and very surprisingly, no mozzies).
The Bintang room itself is nice, rustic and spacious, more than enough for a couple, with space for an extra bed even perhaps. The toilet is fine except that the floor tends to get wet due to the design.
Staff are friendly, and very helpful, and best of all, available 24/7.
Great location, beautiful and friendly staff. Would definitely stay here again.
Matahari is such a nice place ! Very well located in Ubud with a beautiful swimming pool and a nice breakfast !
Everybody was very nice to us and was helping for a lot a stuff (finding a taxi driver etc...)
I recommand you to go there !
I was not happy staying at Matahari Cottages. The staff is lovely and very friendly, but things went wrong for me on so many levels, so I decided to find another place. First of all, the rooms are more rundown than what the pictures show - or that was a least the case with the rooms Jupiter and Bintang. When I arrived, they showed me to Jupiter room first. The room smelled heavily of sweat and male perfume, and then I also found hairs on the bed sheets. And the room had bad lighting. I complained and was then shown to Bintang room. This room seemed a bit better, but I found hairs on the bed sheets again! So they changed the bed sheets and everything seemed fine. I then found out that the bathroom had a weak pink lighting and I could almost not see a thing. I asked them if they could improve the lighting and they did. Other things that I was not happy about was that the mosquito net over the bed smelled of other people who have slept in the room. And I also found out, when I was arranging the mosquito net, that the headboard of the bed was sticky of dirt. The daily cleaning was not very good either. I asked them if they could sweep the floors, but was disappointed to find out that the same dirt was still on the floor, when I came back later that afternoon. Breakfast is not worth mentioning either. The breakfast menu that they showed me was sticky and dirty and the food I had was ok. But at this point I had some many doubts to their hygiene, that I chose to have breakfast other places in town. The door to Bintang room can not be closed properly from the outside either. There was also considerable noise during the evening from the pool bar next door and the motorbikes in the reception area. I don't mind that the place is rundown, but I do care that the place is clean. The best thing about this place is that it is close to Bali-Buda restaurant. Maybe I was just unfortunate, but I would not recommend this place to anyone :( There are so many other places in Ubud that are cheaper and more clean.
My stay in Matahari cottages was ok, but frankly speaking less than I expected.
PLUSES: very friendly and helpful staff, the bathroom is really big, bottled water free of charge, normal hot water in shower, breakfast was ok.
MINUSES: The room in pictures looked much better than in reality, tour offered by the host was very long and exhausting. If you decide to make a tour to temples and other attractions, please ask as many questions as possible.
Matahari Cottages are a fantastic location to enjoy Ubud and surrounds. Jungle setting and pool is a huge relief from shopping frenzy of Ubud town. Staff are very friendly and eager to help in any way.
Wonderful Place！Good location,very very nice staff there,beautiful environment with full of plant there.I feel over satisfied staying there!I would like to recommend it to everyone of my friend who is planning a trip to Bali.
We really enjoyed our stay at Matahari Cottages - it is in a beautiful location but very close to amenites even though you wouldn't be able to tell when there - the pool is lovely and the staff were second to none - extremely helpful and very friendly. Hope to come back some day, Fi and Rich (17-19th June 13)
Dewi and the staff at Matahari were very helpful, polite and accommodating. We stayed four nights in the 'Bintang' room which was clean and spacious. The room was right by the reception, but was quiet most of the time. The location is great, and very central and there are some great little warungs nearby (igelanca for example, cheap and delicious!). Overall we really enjoyed our stay.
When we arrived at Mata Hari Cottages in Ubud, we were shown to a room that was completely unacceptable. The smell of mold was overwhelming. We asked to see another room & that one had the same problem. Finally, we had the staff phone up a manager, who then had us transferred to their sister property, Adi Cottages. Everything about Adi Cottages was much nicer than at Mata Hari – i.e., newer construction and no moldy smell. They asked us to pay $10 USD more, per day, for the upgrade to Adi Cottages, which we felt was fair. (Honestly, we were just very relieved that we did not have to stay at Mata Hari!)
The staff at Adi were helpful, the location was great, and the breakfasts (included) were very tasty. The room was simple, but very clean and comfortable.
(Note: our comments are based on stays in 5 different airbnb locations all over Bali.)