By Bali’s arts and culture capital of Ubud, high above the Ayung River gorge, Amandari (`peaceful spirits’) is a tranquil retreat for cultural excursions and exploration of Bali’s lush countryside. Styled as a walled Balinese village with river-stone walkways, shrines and Balinese-style gateway entries, 30 spacious suites feature a large, sunken marble bath in an outdoor garden setting, marble flooring, three wall-sized sliding glass doors that open onto gardens, and in 11 suites, private pools. The Asmara and Ayung Suites are duplex suites with large private swimming pools and rice-terrace and valley views. The Amandari Suite offers one or two detached bedrooms with a separate living room pavilion while the Amandari Villa includes five separate pavilions and a two-tiered swimming pool. Each evening gamelan players perform from a music pavilion set just behind the 32-m. pool, overlooking the Ayung gorge and surrounding rice-terraces. Balinese beauty and massage services are
available at the fully equipped health and fitness centre, in two open-air massage gazebos set beside a lotus pond. Reflecting the influential artistic and spiritual traditions of Bali’s verdant central highlands, Amandari is an ideal base for hiking, biking, touring and discovery of Ubud’s extensive arts scene.
Br. Kedewatan, Ubud Bali 80513, Indonesia T: (+62) 361 975 333 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.amanresorts.com
THE RESORT IS PERCHED HIGH ABOVE THE WINDING AYUNG RIVER GORGE AND FOLLOWS THE DESIGN OF A TRADITIONAL BALINESE VILLAGE”