This is a non-residential training, therefore accommodations are not included in the course fee. Below is a list of possibilities that you may consider. You may want to book well in advance to secure your spot.
Yoga Barn Retreat Centre or Ubud Aura
These are the two accommodations adjacent to the training facilities at the Yoga Barn in the mid-high price range. Great for those who want to be right on site. If you would like to stay here, please book your room asap as availability is limited. Please note there is a strict no-refund policy.
Yoga Barn offers meditation, dance classes and a great organic / raw food cafe.
Right next door to Yoga Barn (literally seconds away) with very nice rooms and a gorgeous pool. www.ubudaura.com
Being a tourist town, Ubud has plenty of options to suit your budget and taste. Book well in advance, as the training takes place in high season, and rooms go fast. Some of these accommodations are not walking distance. Here are some of our suggestions:
Short walk from Yoga Barn with nice rooms more moderately priced than than those above.
A 20 minute or so walk from Yoga Barn on Ubud’s main street with lots of shops and restaurants
Another central “touristy” location on Monkey Forest Road
About 3-4 blocks from Yoga Barn, nice rooms and atmosphere
Walking distance from Yoga Barn
Swasti Eco Cottages
Spacious rooms make this a popular (and eco friendly) choice.
Nyuh Kuning, Ubud
High quality bungalow accommodation near the Monkey forest.
Wanara Wana St, Ubud
Puri Dalem Cottages
14 newly renovated lovely cottages in the center of Ubud.
Hanoman St, No73, Padang Tegal, Ubud
Garden View Cottages
South of Ubud and set in a luscious tropical garden.
Nyuh Kuning St, Ubud
Puri Garden Hotel
Located in the heart of Ubud and within easy walking distance of the main shopping area.
Pengosekan Main Road, Ubud
Rojas is a sweet and simple homestay. Well located in the center of Ubud, it provides getting to know a new environment a convenience.
Kajeng St, Ubud
The rooms are relatively spacious with charming lookout through the window. Each room is equipped with a fridge and a large terrace, making it fit as a longer term accommodation.
Kajeng St, Ubud
Sandat Bali is one of Ubud’s most celebrated guest houses. Run and managed by a sweet family who lives in the same compound without compromising privay, it’s a real enchantment of living as Balinese truly. The rooms available are mostly friendly to the clautrophobics and extremely clean. Facilities include proper wifi and communal kitchens.
Sugriwa St No. 21, Ubud
Perched next to rice paddy fields yet centrally located on Hanoman.
Rumah Jepun guest house is very centrally located in the Monkey Forest Road
Housing and room share search
Ubud is has a very large and transient expat community. There are always people looking to rent out their villas or rooms for short periods. Check out Facebook ‘Bali Housing and Accommodation’ of Facebook for listing for short term rentals/room shares/villas.
Booking accommodations upon arrival
Given that Ubud is a popular tourist destination, there is no shortage of possibilities to suit budget and taste, and also your traveling style.
Although some people may prefer the security of having accommodations sorted months before you arrive, it is possible find accommodations once you arrive. If this is your style what some students have done in the past is to book a room for a few days upon arrival. Then they partner with another trainee or two and 'look around' for a villa/house to rent for the month with other students (Facebook, announcement walls, word of mouth). This can be a significantly cheaper option and in general you get a lot more space for your money. (For example a comfortable 2 bedroom villa for one month is about $1000... give or take.
Rates change seasonally, and are negotiable.
It is best to arrange your accommodations by contacting the accommodation provider directly. Don’t be afraid to barter, it is expected.
Please make sure the accommodation you are considering to stay at has a mosquito net for the bed.