Yeh Panes Resort

Jl. Raya Batukaru, Desa Penatahan, Penebel

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Yeh Panes provides travelers with a relaxing setting to stay in that is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Ubud. This small resort is located near popular attractions like the Bali Butterfly Park, Belulang Hot Spring, Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest and Luhur Batukaru Temple. Rooms at the resort accommodate up to two people. The property allows one extra bed per room, for a maximum of three guests per room. Amenities offered by the hotel include an onsite playground, a kiddie pool, an outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi. The onsite restaurant provides guests with authentic Indonesian dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Our Editor Loves

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Playground onsite

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Park
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kids' Pool
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool


Relaxing Getaway

by Indry0201

They only have two rooms, fairly spacious and clean.
The area is very quiet at night, perfect for those who wants to take a break from the island's hype.
No minimart around so be sure to have all your supplies (toiletries, water and snacks) before entering the area.
They charge Rp 200,000/additional person.
They have several private hot springs, so that's nice. And the river next to the resort is clean too.
I enjoyed my stay overall.

Unique, well-located, Hot-springs Resort

by _laurie_bauman

Great room, good food, and a location ideal for wandering the countryside...
One morning I walked to the Butterfly Park in about an hour. Another day I headed off into the surrounding rice paddy (not recommended without compass and understanding of map reading and basic Bahasa) and saw an amazing number of bird species.
I'm a biologist so even the bats and amphibians were great for me!

Historically, this location is interesting as there is a hot spring within a walled shrine/temple within the resort grounds, and there's some World war II history as well.

One drawback is that the grounds are open to the (paying) the place fills up with very loud teens as soon as the school day ends...they leave at nightfall, but for a few hours it's really chaotic.