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.
● Inspired by a traditional village, framed by jungle and rice terraces in Bali’s cultural heartland
● A self-contained haven with 30 free-standing suites, each with a private garden courtyard or swimming pool
● Uniquely integrated into nearby Kedewatan Village, home to the majority of the Amandari team
● Iconic emerald-hued infinity pool with views onto the verdant jungle below
● Ideal for wellness retreats and cultural immersions, with an Aman Spa and riverside shrine
● Amandari Villa ideal for private events, with three bedrooms, a two-tier pool and dedicated staff
The free-standing Village Suites are accessed via winding pebble pathways, much like a traditional Balinese village. Beautifully envisaged over 220 square metres (2,368 square foot), each is surrounded by tropical foliage
Offering views of the Ayung River Gorge or verdant rice paddies, the free-standing Valley Suites are designed over 220 square metres (2,368 square feet) and open onto a private 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
Each of Amandari’s 263-square-metre (2,830 square feet) Pool Suites features a 30- to 40-square-metre (322-430 square feet) plunge pool and lush garden views