Alila Ubud

Location: Bali | Indonesia

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Remember what it was like to sit in a tree-house, looking down on a rich green canopy, and surrounded by the scent of vegetation? This is exactly what it’s like to stay at Alila Ubud: an exhilarating and beautiful resort just minutes from Bali’s cultural heart.
Perfect forEnergetic nature lovers and couples.
In the knowIf you can’t be bothered to trek, but still want to take in the amazing scenery, then head up to Kerta village where you can meander down the mountain stream on an inflatable dinghy and pass rare birds and monkeys on the way.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon
  • Romantic

Hotel Overview

Where

Alila Ubud soars above the fertile Ayung River valley in Bali’s central foothills, just minutes from Ubud.

Rooms at Alila Ubud

There are 56 rooms and villas at Alila Ubud, designed to resemble a Balinese village, and all with magical views of the Ayung River and distant volcanoes. The ground-floor Deluxe Rooms are particularly serene, with secret gardens and open air bathrooms, but for the ‘tree-house’ experience, stay in one of the superb Valley Villas. Wake up to the mists drifting over the forest valley, before stepping out onto your wrap-around balcony. Pool Villas have private pools, and heavenly baths in the middle of lotus ponds.

Food and Facilities

The award winning emerald green pool provides yet another rush at Alila Ubud, jutting out over the plunging Ayung River Valley, and sharing the same views as the Cabana bar above. As for the restaurant, it’s a soaring coconut-pillared affair serving fresh Balinese cuisine (great for health-conscious guests) along with delicious international dishes. Meanwhile at the spa you can indulge in a range of open-air treatments, taking an invigorating waterfall shower, and benefiting from Bali's therapeutic ingredients.

Activities at Alila Ubud

Just 5km from your leafy haven is Bali’s artistic hub, Ubud, where you can admire the local crafts, visit the mesmerizingly opulent temples, and get lost in a whirl of festivals and fire-dances. After you’ve picked some unique artworks – or perhaps some woven Ikat fabric – get away from the crowds in the surrounding hills and valleys. Unforgettable treks can be arranged, taking in volcanoes, rice paddies, traditional villages, and the mysterious ‘Goa Gajah’ Elephant Cave.

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