Traditional Ari Putri Hotel in Bali

My Cozy Stay at Ari Putri Hotel in Bali

As a solo traveler, I’m always more concern about safety than other things before selecting any destination and hotel. Here I’m sharing my cozy stay experiences at Ari Putri Hotel in Bali. For every aspect, it was a right choice to select this traditional and classy Balinese hotel during my six days solo trip to Bali. Ari Putri Hotel is the recommended one for any tourist and traveler those looking for a peaceful stay with all standard facilities to enjoy their holidays in Bali.

Ari Putri Hotel in Sanur, BaliAri Putri Hotel

About Ari Putri Hotel

Ari Putri Hotel located in Sanur, the southeast part of Bali. Sanur is one of the famous and best places to visit in Bali. Here you’ll find many hotels, restaurants, boutiques, Spas. And safe to move around solo comparatively to Kuta.

The exterior design of the entire hotel is the unique one for the Balinese stone carvings. From the front desk to the garden, rooms, and restaurants you’ll love the traditional but modern look and design. And everything nicely maintained by dedicated staffs. I came to know many of them are working for a long time, and now they treated as family members of the entire Ari Putri Hotel.

Ari Putri Hotel is on Cemara Road, and the beautiful Sanur Beach is just a walking distance, 1.6 km away from the hotel. It requires 30 to 40 mins (if traffic more) to reach the hotel from Ngurah Rai International Airport. However, you can quickly move around the capital Denpasar, Nusa Dua and Kuta which are not much far away from the hotel.

Though Ari Putri Hotel located in the touristic area, no noise around, a bit away from the main road. In the evening you can enjoy a bit of shopping, walk after dinner at the hotel compound or nearby around.

Rooms and Other Amenities

Ari Putri Hotel offers different hotel room options like Standard, Superior, Deluxe, Suite for their guests. However, hotel room rate varies per high and low seasons. Also, you can directly book your room from the hotel website.

There are two restaurants, a coffee shop, two indoor swimming pools, sunken bar, massage & spa, and fitness service is also available. For every room breakfast is complimentary. Also, free Wi-Fi is there to access from the room to everywhere inside the hotel area.

Indoor Swimming Pool of Ari Putri Hotel Indoor Swimming Pool of Ari Putri Hotel

Ari Putri Hotel Spa in BaliAri Putri Spa

Ari Putri Hotel Restaurant in BaliThe restaurant of Ari Putri Hotel

Cool Outdoor Settings of Ari Putri Hotel GardenAri Putri Hotel Garden

You can also take transport and tour guide facilities from Ari Putri Hotel. They also offer many tour packages for Bali and other islands. Airport pick up service is provided by them as well.

My Ari Putri Hotel Moments

My six nights cozy stay at Ari Putri Hotel in Bali will always be a memorable one for every support and love from the helpful hotel staffs. And special thanks to Mr. Ketut Jarna who guided me nicely during my entire Bali trip.

I preferred Standard Room no. 101 to stay six nights here. The room was well furnished, neat and clean with an attached balcony. The private bath and washroom well equipped with bathtub, shower, towel, and other beauty products.

Standard Room Balcony at Ari Putri HotelStandard Room no. 101

Despite the problem with the air cooler, I was more than satisfied with my room during my stay. The room air conditioner was not working correctly though they tried to fix. Hopefully, that cooler has been changed by now.

I took their transport service, and it was too comfortable to move around every day from the hotel to the Center, East and North side of Bali. Furthermore, last day enjoyed a bike tour from the hotel to Sanur and Sindhu Beach.

You might like to book Bali tours, attractions, and activities online or check out some of the options below.

What I Loved Most

Overall, I loved their unique exterior design sense everywhere. Everyday morning, I enjoyed walking through the beautiful walkway of the hotel garden surrounding many flowers. Here I saw first my favorite Balinese Kamboja flower tree which is locally known as Frangipani. It was also lovely sitting on the poolside in the early morning. Honestly, it was too peaceful, and I’ll always be missing that quietness moment on that particular spot of Ari Putri Hotel.

Beautiful Stone Carving of Ari Putri HotelBeautiful Stone Carving of Ari Putri Hotel

Cozy Moment at Ari Putri Hotel GardenCozy Moment at Ari Putri Hotel Garden

Ari Putri Hotel Swimming Pool SideAri Putri Hotel Swimming Pool Side

I loved their various selection of menus for breakfast. They serve different dishes from Indonesian to Continental. You can also have lunch and dinner at Ari Putri Hotel Restaurants.

Food Items For Breakfast at Ari Putri HotelFood Items For Breakfast at Ari Putri Hotel Restaurant

Breakfast at Ari Putri Hotel RestaurantBreakfast at Ari Putri Hotel Restaurant

One more thing I loved is the Balinese body massage from Ari Putri Hotel Spa. It was so relaxing and refreshing. I also took their Hair Spa service. However, you have to pay extra for every service you receive during your stay here.

Moreover, every staff at this hotel is too concern about their guests and sincerely deliver their service which is the remarkable part of this beautiful hotel. Therefore, it is a pleasure to gladly share my experiences and recommending the Ari Putri Hotel for your stay as well.

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My Cozy Stay at Ari Putri Hotel in Bali

Ari Putri Hotel Review in Sanur, Bali

Disclaimer: My Ari Putri hotel review based on my six nights stay here. Every opinion is entirely my own.

Have you ever stayed at Ari Putri Hotel in Bali? I would love you to share your experiences in comments below.

Nafisa Habib loves nature and often got fascinated by old beautiful architecture. Here she is with My Own Way To Travel to share her adventures on the road. To her nothing is so interesting than exploring new destinations around. And knowing a new culture and meeting new peoples on the road? Oh, yeah she just loves that too.

30 replies
  1. Katie
    Katie says:

    Looks like a fab hotel to stay at. Thanks for the recommendation. I can see myself right now by that lush pool enjoying the delicious breakfast.

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  2. Aleksandra
    Aleksandra says:

    The carvings on the wall look so traditional. Love it. I am glad you had a great experience. Hope one day i will visit Bali too!

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  3. Tanya
    Tanya says:

    I would love to know more about what it was like to travel solo and what you were surprised by or looking for in terms of safety. I’ll be following your posts.

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  4. Nerissa
    Nerissa says:

    Everyone keeps talking about Bali and being from Australia, I can’t believe I’ve never been. Looks so pretty, I must visit soon.

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  5. Heidi
    Heidi says:

    What a beautiful hotel and those Balinese stone carvings are so unique. It looks like a paradise for hanging out, with plenty of good food and relaxation.

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  6. Ruth
    Ruth says:

    This hotel looks great! The carvings and indoor pool caught my eye. I would love to have breakfast every day while having a look at the blue waters of the pool. Bali is a place I want to visit. I have read so much about it and everybody seems to rave about it. Also, I love all the outfits you wore!

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    • Nafisa Habib
      Nafisa Habib says:

      Hey Ruth, I wish you to visit and explore the traditional charm of Bali. And here all outfits I loved to buy from the local boutiques in Sanur and Ubud. Shopping is the real fun in Bali. Thank you 😀

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  7. Brianna
    Brianna says:

    Definitely a beautiful hotel! I’d have a hard time leaving that pool! I agree with you though, safety in your hotel as a solo traveler is super important!

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  8. Elaine Masters
    Elaine Masters says:

    Looks lovely and fresh. I’m flooded with tropical fantasies. How nice you were able to stay for nearly a week. The breakfast also looks wonderful. Seems like a perfect vacation.

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  9. shivani sharma
    shivani sharma says:

    It sure looks like a great place to stay especially for solo travelers. I like the decor of their restaurant, bright with fresh light, my kind of place 😀 Their garden is so beautiful who wouldn’t want to spend some time there. I’m also planning a solo trip to Bali maybe this year, I’ll look out for Ari Putri hotel!! Thanks for the recommendation.

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