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Upon arriving at Amandari, me and my partner could not believe how amazing the place was.The breathtaking views and the beautiful surroundings were magical but when they took us to our villa we knew straight away that our holiday was going to be a dream!...More
Heaven on earth is the only way to describe the true essence I feel in this Aman resort. Tucked away behind the bustling Ubud streets is a narrow village alleyway, the resort boarders a true Ubud Village. An incredible history of the property. You truly...More
My wife and I recently spent three nights at Amandari to celebrate our 40th anniversary. It was our first trip to Bali and a surprise one for my wife. I had given the hotel fairly detailed instructions and everything just turned out to be perfect....More
My partner and I spent 3 days at Christmas at Amandari and could not have had a more wonderful and relaxing time.
Amandari is amazing and as it is the second Aman hotel in the Aman group of hotels. It has had over 20 years...More
The Aman group has always set some of the highest standards in world class resorts, the Amandari wears that badge in beautiful tropical splendor.
Upon entering the villa, you smell a wonderfully woody scent that comes from the thatching that they use in the roof....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.