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Parq Ubud

in Bali, Indonesia 🇮🇩 book at        ✉️

since 2020, offering:

🚪‍ private roomsfrom 450/fortnight €560/month 🛖100  studios  coliving complex, ⚜️ high-spec, 🏡 village, 🏨 aparthotel, 🧲 hub, 🏝 island, ⌨️ bedroom desk, 🛁 ensuites, 🎪 occasional events, ⌨️ multiple workspaces, 🍃 terrace, 🏋️ gym, 💆 spa, 📆 booking, 🏘 dispersedrooms & apartments within complex 👫 couplesinclusive 🍽 mealsmultiple in-house restaurants; rooms have no shared kitchen 🧮 coownershipapartments from $166k with 15% yield 🏊 pooland sauna 💬 Wrong details?

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Little Moscow in Bali, beautiful spacious place with different restaurants, bars. Place is so grotesque that I forget that I’m in Bali while there. Go there for: fancy dinner date followed by 5 star spa treatment 👌
The atmosphere was like an all inclusive hotel, not like a restaurant in Bali. Everywhere were full of with children and people who’d are accommodating there, toilets were not clean and the food was not good. So it is very far from Bali vibe. I felt like I am not in Bali:/ It has plenty of comfortable sofas, good to work.
Was here for sauna, what surprised me was its splendid architecture, never been in such a creative but comfortable place.
One of the largest mix use complex in Ubud👍 Astounding mixed design with couple of themes : modern vintage - art deco - tropical - contemporary 👍👍 Overload of art monuments & home ornaments Good communities of foreigners mostly from european countries Great place for families, couple or friends hangout place👍👍
A place hard to believe until you see it. Parq is a little city embedded in the rice fields of Ubud. I tried the sauna and a pizza in one of the restaurants, both were excellent. Even if you don't need anything this place is extremely worthwhile to visit, it's tastefully designed and there's art everywhere.
New ambition built in the north upper side of Ubud. Co-working spaces in a cosy restaurant setting, nice sweets, good coffee and super long swimmingpool and leisure area with healthy eateries soon opening up. Not much to do with balinese culture.
Reasonably priced with various selections. Great view over 80 m pool. Children can be naughty though throwing rocks in the pool under parents supervision.
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