MACA Villas and Spa Seminyak
MAYA UBUD RESORT & SPA sits in splendid seclusion, bordered by the dramatic Petanu River valley and the villages of Bedulu and Pejeng to the east, and the verdant rice fields of Peliatan on the west. The ten-hectare tract of land is itself, a tranquil haven of tropical gardens and architect-designed thatched buildings, private pool villas and luxury guestrooms. There are 108 accommodations in total.
Nestled along the river bank is The Spa at Maya, with private double and single treatment pavilions looking out to the lush vertical rainforest of the valley embankment and swirling waters below. The spa offers exotic sensory journeys and revitalizing treatments that refresh body and soul. Pevonia Tropical Rejuvenation
skincare and wraps are featured, plus there is a dedicated riverside deck for reflexology. A menu of bath sensations can also be enjoyed in the privacy of a guests own room or villa.
Dining alternatives at Maya Ubud include Maya Sari for all-day dining beginning with a bountiful breakfast buffet and ala carte menus at lunch and dinner, together with river valley views. Asiatique offers regional cuisine of Indonesia, Thailand, China, India and Japan, and an authentic teppanyaki counter. The River Café, with a menu that includes healthy spa cuisine and snacks, is also the spot for delicious pasta and pizzas. Bar Bedulu is a breezy bar off the main lobby, offering cool concoctions, exotic thirst quenchers and ice-cold brews, plus complimentary afternoon tea. The open-air Purnama Theatre presents professional cultural dance performances and dinner, according to season.
Bordering the artist village of Ubud, it is a leisurely 20-minute stroll from Maya Ubud to the colourful and bustling central market, shops and delightful new discoveries for the taste-buds. A complimentary shuttle bus service between the resort and the township is available on the hour from 9am-5pm every day.