Labak River Hotel is located 5 minutes drive from the central part of Ubud amongst the vibrant yet slow-paced and relaxing atmosphere of the Ubud village. The rooms are minimalist and well styled to from the true Balinese style while the architecture is elaborate and intricate.
Labak River Hotel has an excellent large pool in the centre of the gardens where there is also a seating area and the café and restaurant over looking the traditional gardens and the pool area as well as having an awesome view over the tree tops into Ubud.
The rooms at Labak River Hotel Ubud are all air conditioned with an array of facilities aimed towards the guest's comfort and relaxation. These include air mini bar, coffee and tea making facilities, Flat screen TV, hairdryer, writing desk, hot and cold water in the luxury bathrooms with both a bathtub and a shower and IDD telephone. It is possible to book massage from the professional traditional Balinese masseuses as well as room services that include laundry pick up and other services. There is a doctor on call 24 hours a day and other specific articles that are available upon request.
The Labak Hotel River Restaurant offers a selection of excellent western foods as well. The restaurant is situated within an amazing environment looking out over the rice Paddies and the beautifully maintained Balinese traditional garden.
The service at the restaurant is amazing as is the service around all aspects of Labak Hotel River Ubud and it is also possible to arrange private romantic meals that can be located within a secluded part of the gardens and receiving special service and menu extras.
There is plenty to do when you are not relaxing in and around Labak River Hotel Ubud such as visiting the monkey forest, walking and cycle rides around some of the best route in Bali in terms of viewpoints and photographing opportunities and woodland walking. There are also adventure activities available such as white water rafting and trips can be made up to the mountains and the lakes or down to the eastern sea side fishing villages that are rarely visited.