Hanging Gardens of Bali

Location: Bali | Indonesia

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

With immaculately presented terraced gardens, traditional spa treatments and idyllic pool villas built on stilts, the tranquil Hanging Gardens of Bali fuses traditional Balinese style with utmost luxury. Rainforests, volcanoes and temples provide the spectacular backdrop to this secluded escape in the heart of Bali’s majestic landscape.
Perfect forFamilies and couples looking for a touch of luxury in the heart of the beautiful Indonesian rainforest.
In the knowThe traditional Balinese blessing of Melukat, which guests have here, is believed to cleanse the soul, purify the body and prevent bad luck.

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • History & Heritage
  • Setting & Views
  • Spa & Wellness

Hotel Overview

Where

On the edge of a stunning gorge, enveloped by the looming volcanoes and jungle-covered mountains of Bali’s cultural capital, Ubud.

Rooms at the Hanging Gardens of Bali

Nestled into the hillside, the 38 luxurious and tranquil villas have spectacular panoramic views of the ancient temple opposite the valley. The thatched roofed villas and suites are built in the traditional Balinese style, some on wooden pillars, and make perfect retreats for both couples and families.

Food and facilities

Guests are treated to fantastic cuisine with Asian, French and Mediterranean influences. Enjoy breathtaking views across the valley with a cocktail in hand while relaxing to the sound of the jungle.

Activities at the Hanging Gardens of Bali

Cookery classes in a private garden are available for foodies looking to get to grips with the local cuisine, while those with an artistic flair can take classes with a traditional Balinese painter. A variety of wellness classes, from yoga to chakra meditation, take place on the banks of the Ayung River, while children can learn how to make their own traditional Balinese kites. Tours can be arranged that take in botanical gardens, rice fields, volcanoes, traditional villages, craft markets and even plantations, where you can taste the world’s most expensive blend of coffee. Adventurous guests can explore the region by bike or raft, while golfers can take a trip to one of Bali’s premier courses.

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