AmandariA Sense of Calm, a Sense of Peace
Jl. Raya Kedewatan, Kedewatan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

US$ 1,206,740 ~ US$ 7,915,970

1 to 9 guests / 8 inventories
Check-in 14:00 / Check-out 12:00
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Swimming pool
  • Tub (ex. Jacuzzi, Hinoki)
A Secret Day In Ubud, a Village Dotted with Beautiful Artists
Ubud, also known as a small village in Bali, is a haven for talented artists. It is approximately an hour from the airport and serves as Bali's cultural center. Amandari is located in Ubud, Bali's area with the most pool villas. Amandari, which is located along the Ayonggang River and features only the finest resorts, is a Sanskrit word that translates as "peace of mind." Let us spend a romantic holiday at Amandari, which is located on the outskirts of Ubud's green forest.

At the resort, you can begin your day by staying in your room and listening to the sound of birds and the flowing water of Tukad Ayeong in the morning. It consists of a room with a terraced rice paddy field view on the right and a room with a view of the Ayonggang River on the left. Resorts in Ubud are frequently inconvenient to navigate due to its numerous hills, but Amandari is flat, making it easy to walk and giving the impression that you are staying in a temple. The interior features opulent teak materials. Bali's understated beauty and traditional roof shape create a one-of-a-kind scene while allowing guests to unwind inside the room.

Amandari's restaurant sources its ingredients from a nearby organic farm, and daily fresh-caught seafood is brought in from the coast. In addition, private dining is comfortably available 24 hours a day in the suite. Additionally, you can eat every day at sunset while listening to Gamelan music. At Amandari, we invite you to experience traditional Indonesian massage and treatment, as well as Ashtanga yoga classes. An Amandari driver will take you to the Blahkiuh Market in the morning, approximately 20 minutes from Aman. There, take in the island's unique scenery, culture, and fresh morning air before returning to the resort, which will provide a new perspective on Balinese daily life.

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