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Outpost Ubud

Bali, Indonesia 🇮🇩  ·  and 3 other locations  ·          ✉️

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Very disappointing experience, i don’t recommend. Around 50$ per night for a basic room. It looks good on picture but the reality is totally different: - its smells moldy - Its dark - Its super noisy (you can hear everything, no isolation) - Old AC which make ton of noise, woke me up few times. - The bathroom is outdated, hot shower will take 2-3min to come out. No pressure also - The door of the room could not closed properly, giving space for mosquitos to enter. And finally: The bed is hard and pillows are low very low quality. I’ve stayed in other properties in Ubud you can get 10x better bedding for the same rate. I booked this place because i’m a digital nomad my number one probem is dealing with loneliness. That’s how naturally I decided to give a try to a “Coliving” experience. I choose this place for my first experience. I was able to meet some cool people at their free coworking space (within the property), but there is nothing really facilitate the coliving experience. There are few events happening in the official co-working space (250k for one day pass, 90k if you stay here) but inside the property not much Honestly i was expecting to find a community manager that he/she is 100% dedicated to the hosts, getting people together and make them live unforgettable experiences.. but the reality is far from this. Its just a normal hotel with open air co-working. On positive note, the restaurant is very good and the staff is super friendly.
There is very little community here, as someone who has tried other colivings. It's just a WhatsApp group for the coworking, and a few events. Very little facilitation happening. You can't even find out who staying in the coliving, because the WhatsApp group is huge and contains everyone who uses the coworking. You get the same level of community by just joining the coworking and staying at a separate hotel, so what is the point of paying extra for a coliving? Not a lot of thought went into the communal space itself, it's not condusive to chance encounters and organic socializing. They book it on regular hotel sites like Agoda so you get people who seem to be unaware they are even staying at a coliving. Lots of families. The room air quality is terrible, I've had a cough all month every night. My friend staying in the penestanan location also complained about the dampness in her room. Location is good. Staff is excellent.
Stayed a week at Outpost Ubud. From the beginning to the end, the staff was welcoming and accommodating to special requests. Shoutout to Ragu and team for answering all my queries and being the best! I had a gorgeous room tucked away in the back with a garden view. The common area has tables to work at and a kitchen where I cooked a bunch. Super peaceful location and enough restaurants on the opposite side of the road for various food options. They also go airport pickup (thanks Agus) and drop for a price! They also have scooters for rent and I rented one for the duration of my stay. Did not have any hidden fees during checkout. Highly recommend this place for anyway looking for a getaway.
I booked a bangalow, which is 7 min walking distance from outpost rooms. The mosquito net was dirty full of stains but the staff kindly removed it, washed it and brought it back before the evening. The bangalow barely has lights so in the evening you would need your phone flashlight The bathroom was full of ants and the bathtub was dirty too. Expect to hear any noise in the evening, if you’re a light sleeper avoid by all means.
My fave place to stay in Ubud. Perfect for me as a digital nomad where I can live and work. The staff is nothing less than incredible always going above and beyond for their guests. I’ve really loved staying at a place that feels like a home. Simple and beautiful, lovely pool and great restaurant on the property. I love the area and it’s a short walk to my yoga studio and center of town. Lots of restaurants to choose from on the street too! And a big thanks to Ragu their head coordinator, he’s like a wizard and quite the problem solver! 💚

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