Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari
Amandari

Amandari

Jalan Raya Kedewatan, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia

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“Intimate luxury in Ubud”

Indonesia is home to more Aman resorts than anywhere else in the world, and the one located in the island’s spiritual heartland provides the ultimate excuse to disconnect from the world and plug into the local community. Villagers walk through the lush resort grounds to reach a sacred pool in the river valley below, while local children perform daily traditional Balinese dance routines at the swimming pool area. Inside the thatched-roof suites, travelers stay at one with nature thanks to the resort’s fabled rice paddy panoramas, private courtyards and swimming pools.

Best time to visit : April to September

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What we Love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Plenty of open spaces let you commune with the surroundings
  • Amandari really does feel like a traditional village inside the larger local community
  • We love the river gorge and terraced rice field views from the Amandari Suite
  • The resort's somewhat modest design provides the perfect backdrop for one of life's best luxuries – peace.

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

32 Suites

Balinese-style stone gateways front Amandari’s thatched-roof Suites, which open on three sides via sliding glass doors to lush garden courtyards. Paras stone walls ensure complete privacy, and interiors feature coconut and teak wood accents. 

Room Facilities

  • Living area
  • Queen or king-size bed
  • Outdoor sunken marble bathtub
  • Bathroom w/ twin vanities
  • Dressing areas
  • Shower
  • Garden courtyard

Need to Know

Check-in 14.00 / Check-out 12.00

Village Suite
Village Suite
  • 2
  • 110 / 158 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Garden

The free­-standing Village Suites are accessed via winding pebble pathways, much like a traditional Balinese village. Beautifully envisaged, each is surrounded by tropical foliage. Single-storey or duplex suites are available.

Valley Suite
Valley Suite
  • 2
  • 110 / 158 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Ayung River Gorge or Rice Paddies

Offering views of the Ayung River Gorge or verdant rice paddies, the free-standing Valley Suites open onto a private garden. Single-storey or duplex suites are available.

Pool Suite
Pool Suite
Pool Suite
  • 2
  • 110 / 158 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Garden

Each of Amandari’s Pool Suites features a 30 to 40 sq. m. plunge pool and lush garden views. Single-storey or duplex suites are available.

Asmara Suite
Asmara Suite
  • 2
  • 158 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Rice Paddies

Overlooking Ubud’s verdant rice paddies, the free-standing Asmara Suite offers a private pool and interiors with teak and marble decorative accents.

Ayung Suite
Ayung Suite
  • 2
  • 158 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Ayung River Valley

Offering a duplex configuration, the free-standing Ayung Suite offers a private pool and a unique open-air atmosphere, with teak and marble decorative accents and expansive views of the Ayung River Valley.

Amandari Suite
Amandari Suite
  • 2
  • 290 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Garden

With an outdoor dining pavilion and a private infinity swimming pool, the Amandari Suite is ideal for families. The separate living room can be transformed into a second bedroom. Another bedroom can be arranged by connecting the Amandari Suite to an adjacent Valley Suite.

Amandari Two-Bedroom Suite
Amandari Two-Bedroom Suite
Amandari Two-Bedroom Suite
  • 4
  • 400 sq. m.
  • 2 Kings
  • Garden

With an outdoor dining pavilion and a private infinity swimming pool, the Amandari Suite is ideal for families. The separate living room can be transformed into a second bedroom. Another bedroom can be arranged by connecting the Amandari Suite to an adjacent Valley Suite.

Amandari Three-Bedroom Villa
Amandari Three-Bedroom Villa
  • 6
  • 530 sq. m.
  • 3 Kings
  • Ayung River Gorge and Rice Paddies

Composed of five pavilions, a lush garden and a two-tiered swimming pool, the Amandari Villa features three detached terrace-style bedrooms around a glass-walled living room and kitchen. Serviced by two staff, it is situated a minute’s drive from Amandari.

The Restaurant
The Restaurant
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.
The Bar
The Bar
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.
Bespoke Dining
Bespoke Dining
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.
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
Relax at the 28-meter swimming pool overlooking the valley.
Amandari Spa
Amandari Spa
A winding pathwayleads 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.
Yoga and Meditation
Yoga and Meditation
With its unique spiritual energy, Amandari is the ideal setting in which to experience the benefits of yoga and meditation. The well-respected Balinese teachers come from villages around Ubud and offer both Hatha and Ashtanga yoga styles for all levels of ability. 
Fitness
Fitness
Feel alive in Amandari’s pristine surroundings by moving and appreciating your body to the max. Work out in our gym under the guidance of the experienced personal trainers, or play tennis on the court, floodlit at night. Hitting partners can be arranged and all equipment is provided.

Amandari

Designed after a traditional Balinese village, with sweeping views of the Ayung Valley’s jungled slopes, Amandari has integrated so sensitively into its hillside setting that it feels as though it has always been there. Free-standing guest suites with alang-alang roofs and interiors of coconut, teak and bamboo offer tranquil terraces and outdoor bathtubs. Presided over by a sacred stone tiger, the grounds are not just for guests: children attend dance classes here, and villagers regularly visit the property’s riverside shrine. Beyond the paras-stone walls, iconic rice terraces, artisan villages and Bali’s cultural heart, Ubud, lie waiting.

Jalan Raya Kedewatan, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia

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Mark Wright
Mark Wright
General Manager

During his eleven years of employment in the luxury hospitality and travel industry, he has enhanced his skills of multi-cultural company management, high-end customer service and financial forecasting and budgeting. Mark joins Amandari from Amankora, Thimpu, Kingdom of Bhutan. Prior to this Mark held various positions: General Manager with Gangtey Lodge, Kingdom of Bhutan, Director with Ampersand Travel London and more. Mark graduated from Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne Switzerland 2015 to 2016, Executive MBA in Hospitality Administration, Capstone project with the World Economic Forum – Sustainable Events and University of Bristol United Kingdom 2004 to 2008.

Village Artisans
Village Artisans
Ubud is Bali’s artistic heart, full of galleries and home to many artists, while the villages nearby have been known for centuries for the work of their artisans. Visit the tucked away village ateliers of silversmiths, wood carvers and Balinese painters, or take a lesson with an artist living nearby.
Island of the Gods
Island of the Gods
Sacred springs, shrines and statues dot the wilderness of the Ayung River Valley, and regular festivals give the decorated villages a carnival-like atmosphere. Amandari can arrange private excursions to ancient temples, personalised blessings and walks that reveal the spiritual aspect of Balinese culture.
On Winding Trails
On Winding Trails
Discover Bali’s countryside with our expert local guides. Trek along a ridge high above the river, with banyan trees framing views across the gorge, or mountain bike through forests and rice paddies. All on its own with spectacular views, our remote hillside bale is ideal for private picnics.
 
Living History
Living History
The Balinese calendar is peppered with important festivals, which means that the island’s temples are always full of life. Some of the temples close to Amandari date back as early as the eighth century: Pura Agung Gunung Raung boasts one of Bali’s longest pavilions, and Gunung Kawi is renowned for its woodcarvings.
An Avian Paradise
An Avian Paradise
The Taman Burung Bali Bird Park is home to more than 250 tropical species, including the rare Pesquet’s Parrot and Balinese Starling. Committed to the preservation of Indonesia’s birdlife, the park is divided into regions that recreate the natural habitats of the birds.