Resort Bali is located only a few minutes from the art community
of Ubud, in Central Bali. The resort is set on the very edge of
the Ayung River gorge, with the village of Kedewatan adjacent.
Amandari Ubud has been designed as a Balinese village, with river-stone
walkways and high paras-stone walls. The pathway that runs through
Amandari and down the valley to the river below is said to be sacred
land. Paths lead from Amandari to surrounding villages. From Amandari,
most of Baliís cultural and scenic offerings are within easy reach.
Balinese-style stone gateways front Amandariís 30 walled, thatched-roof
suites. Each terrace suite features a large combined bedroom and
living room, with all facilities, including a bar and music system.
In a duplex suite, the living room and bar are located on the ground
level, with the bedroom and its queen-size bed on the second level.
Eleven terrace and duplex suites come with private swimming pools.
Twin vanities and dressing areas, separate shower and toilet rooms
and Javanese marble flooring lend elegance to the Amandari bathroom.
Each bathroom also enjoys an outdoor, sunken marble bathtub framed
by stone planters filled with ferns and baby bamboo.
The Asmara Suite and the Ayung Suite are duplex accommodations,
with private swimming pools and picturesque views of the adjacent
rice terraces and valley. Available with one or two detached bedrooms,
the Amandari Suite includes a separate living room pavilion, a swimming
pool, an outdoor dining bale of teak and bamboo and views of the
Ayung River gorge.
has recently added a private, three-bedroom villa to its accommodations.
Located alongside the Ayung River gorge, adjacent to the resort,
the 1,500-square-meter site overlooks fields of rice and the distant
peaks of Batukau, Sanglyang and Lesong. The Balinese-style villa
compound includes five pavilions: three detached, terrace-style
bedrooms; a separate living room walled entirely in windows and
sliding-glass doors; and a fully fitted kitchen complete with staff
quarters. The villa is crafted largely of coconut wood and teak.
Interior design and furnishings are in classic Amandari style. An
outdoor dining bale is set alongside a reflection pond. A garden
and a landscaped deck embrace the two-tiered swimming pool.
The Amandari Villa is no more than a minuteís drive from the resort
proper. A vehicle is always on call, should villa guests wish to
take advantage of any of Amandariís facilities. The villa comes
with two Amandari staff; a chef is on call.