Boasting Ubud’s first infinity pool that still holds its own, Amandari is celebrating three decades with a year of festivities


Situated close to bustling Ubud, yet framed by greenery, including valley jungle and rice terraces, Amandari is defined by its architecture, with the layout of the 30 spacious free-standing suites inspired by a traditional village. Meandering pathways and stone walls add to the village ambience as does the private entrances and surrounding walls that give the illusion of small houses.

The resort’s grounds are considered both sacred and essential to nearby families, with children attending dance classes here, and the occasional religious procession passing through the verdant grounds to the 127 stone steps, that lead down to the Ayung River, the longest in Bali.

Suites are open plan, with staggeringly high ceilings, and sliding doors that open to different aspects and facilities depending on room type, from a small tropical garden to a lush infinity pool and large outdoor entertaining areas.

Jl. Raya Kedewatan
Bali 80571
+62 361 975333