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Exquisite sanctuary overlooking the Ayung River Gorge near the artists’ village of Ubud. Full review →
If you want a sense of how life is lived in a typical Balinese village, Amandari purports to provide it.
Views of the rice terraces of the Ayung River Gorge are part of the magic at this "beautiful property" designed as a Balinese village, whose name translates to "peaceful spirits." Full review →
Traffic in Ubud, Bali’s cultural capital, is notoriously chaotic, but the minute you turn on to Amandari’s long, shaded driveway, the buzz of motorbikes is replaced by birdsong Full review →
Built within Kedewatan village, the Amandari manages to balance sensitivity and opulence with its unique integration of resort and community. Full review →
This thirty-suite property is located in central Bali where rice terraces and the roaring Ayung River converge, along with the artistic elements of the town of Ubud. Full review →
In Kedewatan village, the storied Amandari does everything with charm and grace – sort of like a classical Balinese dancer. Full review →
Bali hotel Amandari acts as an authentic village by connecting locals walking across the grounds with visting guests. Plenty of luxury is on offer though. Full review →
This property is located 3 kilometers east of town, 24 kilometers north of Denpasar and 40 kilometers northeast of the airport Full review →Phones, dedicated modem lines, free Wi-Fi, iPod docks, minibars, safes, robes and slippers are in place, but TVs are absent (they can be delivered upon request).
Set within the lush green grounds, overlooking the Ayung River, are a selection of simple yet sophisticated villas. Full review →
In true Aman form, this luxurious hideaway displays an unwavering commitment to seclusion and romance from its perch high above the Ayung River gorge on the outskirts of Ubud. Full review →
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