The Chedi Club

Location: Bali | Indonesia

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

Hidden amongst a carpet of luscious green rice fields that stretch far beyond what the eye can see, The Chedi Club combines stunning panoramic views of Bali’s natural surroundings with a little insight into the heart of Balinese life. Wake up to sunrise over Bali’s holiest mountain at this art collector’s hideaway, only a short distance away from Ubud.
Perfect forHoneymooners and romantics looking for privacy and intimacy in tranquil surroundings.
In the knowAccompanied solely by your loved one and the sounds of nature, ask your butler to organise a private candlelit dinner in the rice paddies.

Recommended for...

  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Romantic
  • Service & Hospitality

Hotel Overview

Where

Five hectares of sprawling paddy fields located a mere 3km from the centre of Ubud, Bali’s thriving cultural capital.

Rooms at The Chedi Club

Walkways littered with bubbling fountains and exotic flora and fauna lead you to one of The Chedi Club’s 20 rustic-looking, art-filled villas, each with their own private butler. Though the Two Bedroom Estate offers the utmost in luxury, you’re pampered in your own private massage suite at a Spa Villa. Also, adorned with hand-carved wooden furnishings and a deep outdoor bathtub lit by sunken lights, the Pool Villa comes with its own private pool.

Food and Facilities

Service and attention to detail lend themselves to The Chedi Club’s delicious traditional Balinese and Asian cuisine – the rice is harvested from the surrounding farms, and the chef only uses the freshest ingredients. Take advantage of the Club’s benefits, including afternoon tea and pre-dinner cocktails, served wherever you are.

Activities at The Chedi Club

Only the finest organic ingredients are used at The Spa, where locally inspired treatments are performed in private suites that open on to panoramic views of lotus ponds and lush vegetation. Alternatively, watch traditional Kecak dancing in the open-air amphitheatre or visit the multi-tiered temples and rural farms in the local area on a village tour.

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