The third Aman resort in Bali is high on an escarpment above the Ayung River and close to the cultural centre of Ubud. It sits among lush forests, making it ideal for those looking to immerse themselves in the tranquillity of nature and simply forget all their cares and reconnect with themselves. Designed to resemble a traditional Balinese village, each of the villas features thatched roofs and other authentic Balinese touches such as natural fabrics. There are of course added luxuries to ensure that your stay is also a pampered one, with the villas offering outdoor sunken tubs for bathing under the stars and other modern amenities, while the resort's facilities include a spa, tennis courts, yoga sessions and more to keep you occupied. Reconnect with yourself at this little slice of paradise.
- Spa and yoga
- Tennis court and gym
- Swimming pool
- Excursions to Ubud
How to get there
Amandari is about an hour away from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Best time to go
May to October are generally considered the best times of year to travel with average temperatures around 30°C. Rainy season is between December and March.
An authentic Balinese experience within easy reach of the markets and Bali's spiritual home of Ubud - this is the place to come to disconnect with the world and reconnect with yourself as you bask in the tranquillity of your natural surroundings.
- Boutique & gallery
- Swimming pool
- Floodlit tennis courts
Amandari - Serving breakfast lunch and dinner the restaurant at Amandari overlooks the swimming pool and Ayung Valley. The menu features both Indonesian and Western cuisine.
The Bar - Just adjacent to the swimming pool, The Bar has an outdoor terrace with delightful views over the Ayung Valley.
Suites - Balinese in style, with the entrance through a stone gateway, the suites are free standing with thatched roofs. Traditional materials such as coconut wood and teak are used throughout the suites. Suites come in three categories - Village, Valley or Pool Suites - the Pool Suites feature private plunge pools. All suites have a garden courtyard, living area, large bathroom and bedroom. Suites come as either a single-storey or two-level duplex.
Asmara & Ayung Suites - Duplex suites with large swimming pools and views of the rice terraces and valley below.
Amandari Suite- This suite offers one or two detached bedrooms along with a separate pavilion for the living room. An outdoor dining bale set in the spacious tropical garden and a private swimming pool.
Amandari Villa - Set in rice terraces less than one minutes drive from the resort, the Amandari Villa has wonderful views of the Ayung River Gorge. Two staff service the five pavilion Balinese style compound - including three detached terrace style bedrooms, a separate living room, a fully equipped kitchen, a dining bale and a two tiered swimming pool.
- Walking and bicycle trails
- Guided excursions into Bali
- Cooking classes
- Elephant trekking
- White water rafting
Children are very welcome stay at Amandari. The resort offers all families 4 hours of complimentary babysitting per day. Special child friendly activities can also be organised on request.
7 nights at the AmandariFrom $3,112.66
The Amandari is set high on an escarpment above the Ayung River and close to the cultural centre of Ubud. It sits among lush forests, making it ideal for those looking to immerse themselves in the tranquillity of nature and simply forget all their cares and reconnect with themselves. Enjoy 7 nights at the stunningly luxurious Amandari from £2,339 pp sharing in villas designed in Balinese style.
- Accommodation in a Village Suite
- Daily breakfast
- Free return private airport transfers
Note: Offer is applicable on selected dates only.
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