Inspired by a traditional village, Amandari is framed by jungle and rice terraces in Bali’s cultural heartland. Alang-alang-thatched houses – some with pools, all with private tropical gardens – cosset guests under bamboo ceilings, their suites elegantly decorated with teak and coconut-wood.
From the paras stone walls and private entrances to each suite, to the alang-alang thatched roofs and the curved infinity pool, which was Ubud's first, guests are welcomed into an oasis of seclusion and comfort.
Amandari is surrounded by carefully tended rice terraces and the wilderness of the Ayung Valley, but is also just a 10-minute drive from the art centre of Ubud. This quaint town offers a myriad of boutiques, galleries, artists’ studios and the colourful Pasar Seni (art market).
Amandari can be reached via a one and a half hour drive north of Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International airport.
Stone gateways front Amandari’s thatched-roof Suites, which open on three sides via sliding glass doors to lush garden courtyards and feature coconut and teak wood accents. For those seeking a little more space, the Amandari Villa is surrounded by cascading rice terraces and beautiful views of the Ayung River Valley below, offering consummate privacy for guests seeking an authentic Balinese experience. Accommodation in Amandari are categorised in Suite and Villa options.
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Amandari’s free-standing Village Suites are accessed via winding pebble pathways, much like a traditional Balinese village.
Beautifully envisaged over 220 square metres, each is surrounded by tropical foliage, with a private garden courtyard and outdoor living area to enjoy.
Each suite also has its own sunken marble bathtub, king-sized bed and bathroom with twin vanities ensuring ample space to retreat, whether exploring the cultural heartland of Ubud or simple seeking solace.
With breathtaking views of the Ayung River Gorge or verdant rice paddies, free-standing Valley Suites are designed over 220 square metre and open onto a private garden, outdoor bathtub and living area.
Surrounded by paras stone walls, the space remains private yet invites nature in, designed in marble, teak and coconut wood to reflect the verdant surroundings. Inside, a king-sized bed, bathroom with twin vanities and dressing area creates a comfortable space, ideal for couples to enjoy.
Each of Amandari’s 263 square metre Pool Suites feature an inviting plunge pool and verdant garden views.
Making the most of this serene setting, the suites also offer an outdoor sunken marble bathtub, garden and outdoor living area affording guests an opportunity to reconnect with nature.
Paras stone walls ensure complete privacy, and interiors feature coconut and teak wood accents, where a king-sized bed, bathroom with twin vanities and separate dressing area provide a modern yet understated retreat.
Exposed to cooling mountain breezes, the open-air main restaurant and adjacent bar enjoy spectacular views of the pool and the Ayung River. Offering fine tropical dining from breakfast through to dinner, The Restaurant serves up a sophisticated menu of Indonesian and Western dishes. An upper level provides an ideal space for more intimate dinners, while private dining is available in-suite, 24-hours a day.
Overlooking the swimming pool with all-embracing views of the Ayung River Valley, the open-air Restaurant serves Indonesian and Western cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The main dining room seats 48, while a private dining room upstairs caters for 12. Every evening at dusk, gamelan players perform their intriguing melodies accompanied by a chorus of birds.
Glowing with the soft emerald light of sunshine through leaves, the Bar rests adjacent to the pool. The ideal location for a refreshing drink or light meal throughout the day, it is also the perfect spot for a cocktail to toast the setting sun. Open until 11pm every night, it is a convivial venue for after dinner drinks.
Watch the sun set as the waters of the Ayung River rush by below, then dine in consummate privacy with a menu designed just for you. Perched right on the lip of the Ayung River Gorge, the open-sided Bale can cater for up to four people. The Lotus Pond is another venue for private dining, offering seclusion and privacy for 8 diners.
Spa & Wellness
A winding pathway leads through the gardens to the edge of a lotus pond, where the Spa rests in tranquil dappled light. Taking a holistic approach to wellness, therapies incorporate healing local ingredients to harmonise body and mind.
With its unique spiritual energy, Amandari is the ideal setting in which to experience the benefits of yoga and meditation. Our well-respected Balinese teachers come from villages around Ubud and offer both Hatha and Ashtanga yoga styles for all levels of ability. The spa also comprises two open-air bales, a beauty room, sauna and a marble steam room. Other wellbeing facilities at Amandari includes a tennis court and a fully-equipped gym.
Bali is blessed with natural beauty, a balmy climate and rich traditions upheld by its deeply spiritual people. Volcanoes skirted by terraced rice paddies drop to a breathtaking coastline, and villages and temples dot the landscape.
Amandari can arrange guided tailormade excursions anywhere in Bali; popular day trips include Gunung Kawi, a group of 11th-century temple monuments dedicated to King Anak Wungsu; Lake Batur; Mount Agung; and Ceking, famous for its precipitous rice terraces. Amandari guides have a thorough knowledge of the island and will show guests both popular and off-the-beaten-track sights.
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