Location: One of Ubud’s finest views of the strikingly green Ayung River Gorge and terraced rice fields
Tradition: A magical property laid out in the style of a Balinese village
Service: Attentive service from a very friendly, well-trained staff
Amandari welcomes you to stay in central Bali at its 30-suite luxury property designed to resemble a traditional Balinese-style village with coconut wood posts, Javanese marble and volcanic stone. The suites come with a private garden, courtyard and outdoor sunken marble bath. The open-air restaurant serves Indonesian and Western cuisine with views of the lush gorge. Amenities at Amandari include a swimming pool, fitness center with state-of-the-art machines, private outdoor yoga classes, tennis courts and a library. Wi-fi is available in all rooms and public areas.The spa is surrounded by a lotus pond and has a beauty room, sauna, steam room and two bales (gazebos) for outdoor treatments. Amandari is approximately a 45-minute drive from the Denpasar Airport (DPS) in Bali.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Amandari offers a range of Suites and Villas, including some with private pools, that are ideal for couples and small families. Luxury accommodations are divided into Village, Valley and Pool Suite categories. Some enjoy views of the Ayung River Gorge and surrounding paddy fields.
Amandari Villa overlooks the verdant Ayung River Gorge and surrounding terraced rice fields. The exclusive compound is located just a minute’s drive from the main resort, a vehicle is always on standby to take guests to use the resort’s facilities. The deluxe Balinese-style villa, covering an area of 16146 square feet, comes with its own team of two staff, three detached bedrooms, a separate living area with ceiling-to-floor glass windows and a fully equipped kitchen, all housed in five spacious pavilions. Outside guests may dine alfresco under the covered bale pavilion supported by coconut-wood posts with marble flooring, a round table and rattan chairs. The private landscaped garden boasts a two-tiered swimming pool with green tiles in keeping with the surrounding verdant paddies.
The Asmara Suite has a large private pool, garden courtyard, bedroom and living areas and sliding glass doors that open out on three sides to the tropical surroundings. The two-leveled duplex has a queen-size four-poster bed on a mezzanine level and a bathroom with twin basins, a dressing area, a separate shower and toilet and an outdoor sunken marble bath. The suite offers views of the rice terraces and valley below.
The Ayung Suite has a large private pool, garden courtyard, bedroom and living area and sliding glass doors, which open out on three sides to the tropical surroundings. The two-leveled duplex has a queen-size four-poster bed on a mezzanine level and bathroom with twin basins, a dressing area, a separate shower and toilet and an outdoor sunken marble bath. The suite offers views of the rice terraces and valley below.
The Amandari Suite offers one or two detached bedrooms along with a separate living room pavilion. The suite has a lush garden, a courtyard living area and sliding glass doors that open out on three sides to the tropical surroundings. The duplex has a queen-size four-poster bed on a mezzanine level and a bathrooms with twin basins, a dressing area, a shower and toilet and an outdoor sunken marble bath. The suite’s private swimming pool offers views of the rice terraces and valley below.
Amandari's facilities are well-maintained and provide a range of independent activities to help you make the most of your stay. Relax at the spa, work out at the gym, or play a game of tennis at the private courts. If you wish, grab a book from the library to enjoy next to the swimming pool where you can sip cocktails while overlooking verdant rice terraces below.
Amandari’s gym is fitted with cardiovascular equipment and looks out towards a lotus pond. Outdoor private yoga classes are available on request. The resort also has its own tennis courts with tennis equipment available for use.
The resort has its own library with a collection of magazines, newspapers, literature and music at guest’s disposal. Outdoor seating is available in the garden so guests may enjoy their reading with coffee, tea, or a cocktail.
The Amandari Spa provides a varied range of treatments from facials and massages to manicures and body wraps. Guests may enjoy traditional Indonesian relaxation treatments in open-air massage bales overlooking a lily pond.
The resort has a large swimming pool looking down on terraced rice paddies below. In the evenings, local children perform traditional Balinese dances to music by gamelan players at the music pavilion behind the pool.
Set underneath a wide, thatched roof built in the traditional Balinese style, the open-air bar at Amandari serves a range of spirits, beers, wines, and cocktails. Many of the furnishings at the bar are tasteful and elegant, evocative of a quiet, expansive dining room - rather than an upscale drinkery. The terraced area provides views of the Ayung Valley's lush, verdant forests, and the nearby swimming pool - where performances of traditional Balinese dance are held every evening.
Built from teak, a sturdy wood native to the region, the resort’s alfresco restaurant overlooks the lush reaches of the Ayung Valley and Amandari's serene swimming pool. It serves Western and Indonesia dishes in an open-air setting, and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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