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Welcome to the Prana Dewi Mountain Resort Tripadvisor page! Our resort is located at the foot of Mt. Batukaru, the second highest Mountain of Bali. Mt. Batukaru is sacred to the Balinese and has a temple, Pura Luhur Batukaru dedicated to it. The last village on the way to the temple is...
As soon as you set foot at this resort, you automatically relax. The setting is so serene. If you are looking for more, there are a number of walks to get the heart pumping. Massages available in room to soothe the aching muscles. The food...More
Located only 1.5 km from Pura Batukaru and about 7 km from Jatiluwih rice field, this resort should be very ideal for us. But apparently our expectation was too high. We cannot pay the bill with credit nor debit card, only cash.
The room needs...More
Response from Prana D, Manager at Prana Dewi Mountain ResortResponded 14 September 2016
thank you for your review. We are sorry that Prana Dewi didn't live up to your expectations. It's a pity, that you didn't accept our offer to change to another bungalow. We think that this would have made your stay more enjoyable.
We spent totally 3 nights here. First impression was a quiet, lovely place to stay after the noisy traffic in Ubud. We liked it very much. It's also little bit colder up here. We had a spacious bungalow in the rear end of the Resort....More
Did a Roadtrip trough the Mountain Area in Bali. Jatiluwih and the Rice-Fields are a must have for every Tourist. Than you should go to the small town Wongaya Gede and stay at Prana Dewi Mountain Ressort. An incredible lovely Place. Every Bungalow is unique,...More
Such a nice hotel with a zen atmosphere!!! The bungalows are build around rice fields, at night you can hear the light sound of water going through the fields :) The pool is beautiful, all made of stone, with statues and tropical trees around.