Location: Just a short distance from Ubud, Bali’s cultural hub, overlooking a verdant valley, Uma by COMO is steeped in rural tranquility, surrounded by rice paddies and lush greenery.
Service: The expert staff at Uma speak excellent English, are on hand day and night to take care of guests’ every need, while being happy to arrange excursions, trips and activities.
History: With awards and accolades from Tripadvisor, Expedia and AsiaSpa, this hotel has a proven record of top-quality service.
A stay at COMO Uma Ubud Bali in the beautiful, green Balinese countryside guarantees peace and relaxation. From its location amidst rice fields, to its services and amenities, guests are sure to unwind in this tranquil oasis. Just a short drive from Ubud, famous for its artists and culture, the hotel offers a free shuttle bus service and the knowledgeable staff can arrange tours and treks for guests to explore the local area. After a day of hiking, rafting or watching cultural shows, guests can return to their beautiful accommodation at Uma. The 46 suites and rooms are perfectly in keeping with the gorgeous natural surroundings whilst being tastefully decorated and equipped with all the mod cons. Dining too is a delight at Uma, from the rustic Italian cuisine at Uma Cucina to the seasonal local menu at Kemiri. What’s more, the poolside bar serves up tasty cocktails.
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.
Uma by COMO boasts 46 rooms, suites and villas dotted around the resort, set in tropical gardens and linked by pathways. All are expertly-built from local, natural materials to create tranquil, bright spaces conducive to relaxation.
The hotel’s headline accommodation has it all: 1023 square feet of space, a sundeck and infinity pool, light-filled bedroom and separate living space. There is a private spa room for guests to enjoy a range of treatments, and the bathroom has a jacuzzi and a separate shower that doubles as a steam room.
Arranged over 590 square feet, these sumptuous suites feature a private conservatory overlooking a plunge pool. The bedroom is airy and spacious with white voile drapes while the study and bathroom are well-equipped and sleek.
These rooms boast 484 square feet of spacious luxury, with elegant french doors leading to a private terrace overlooking lush gardens. The king-size four-poster bed has fine white linens and the bathroom features a sunken bath and outdoor shower.
Relax and unwind surrounded by stunning Balinese scenery in the COMO Shambhala retreat at Uma by COMO. From the treatment rooms to the sauna, steam and spa complex to the yoga pavilion, there’s something for everyone.
The spa complex at Uma by COMO includes the large swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms for ultimate relaxation and well-being.
Guests can choose from a range of holistic treatments with a particular focus on Asian techniques including reflexology, massage and facials.
The open-air yoga pavilion overlooks the pool and here, guests can participate in private or group yoga classes with expert instructors.
At Uma By COMO, the culinary focus is on fresh, seasonal food across its two restaurants which serve modern, light cuisine, prepared with care and attention. Meanwhile, Uma Bar serves up creative tipples for cocktail lovers.
Breakfast is served at Kemiri, the resort’s pondside restaurant, with a waterfall backdrop and thatched roof. In the evenings, it can be booked for private candlelit dinners. The menu is comprised of classic Indonesian dishes made with local seasonal produce.
With its cool, shady seating area dotted with rattan chairs and books, Uma Bar opens out onto the resort’s pool so guests can relax in or out of the sun with a healthy juice or expertly-crafted cocktail.
Set in the resort’s tropical gardens, Uma Cucina serves up delicious authentic Italian cuisine prepared with local produce. It’s a pleasant, informal space with communal tables indoors and outside on the terrace. The focus is on homey, honest dishes that are perfect for sharing
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