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My wife and I recently stayed at Amandari for four nights after a cruise. I had stayed there in 1992 and remembered it being a special place. Since our cruise ended in Bali I wanted to revisit Amandari with my wife. The Ubud area is...More
Paradise !!! This “Peaceful Spirit” luxury resort indeed a perfect place for hideaway from the hectic life. Stunning room, beautiful view and the most important is the excellent services !! You should put this resort in your bucket list as one place to go in...More
Stayed over the Ubud food festival weekend for 3 nights to relax and relax we did. Hotel has a great relaxing vibe that makes the day go slow. Staff are super, rooms are big beautiful, resort is timeless and encompasses the best of Bali.Love it!
We recently stayed 4 nights at the Amandari hotel in the Asmara suite. We had a great experience. Nothing negative to say about this hotel. It is slightly more expensive than others, but compensate by offering free tours and transport to Ubud and nearby restaurants.
One of the older Amans we’ve had the pleasure of staying in. It has aged well but you can see signs of wear and tear here and there. Overall they’ve done a good job of modernising and maintaining the facilities while respecting the design and...More
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We dined rather than lunched. The menu is not extensive but choice, the best of local produce with a twist like smoked duck. It was sophisticated balineses food, using their own fresh produce from a vegetable garden... More
We dined rather than lunched. The menu is not extensive but choice, the best of local produce with a twist like smoked duck. It was sophisticated balineses food, using their own fresh produce from a vegetable garden on site. The dining room has understated elegance with a view over the main pool and frangipannis and coconut palms beyond. If you book ahead they will set up a private table on the bale which would have a more spectacular view into the valley.
I can also recommend the Sawah Terrace at the Mandapa by Ritz Carlton. Perhaps a more diverse menu, very sophisticated with choice of Asian and western dishes (can recommend the squid ink noodles with prawns and the slow cooked duck) and ravishing views over the hotel grounds, the Ayung River and the jungle beyond. Tell them you want a terrace edge table when you book to get the best views.
Regards and happy dining in Ubud.