Hanging Gardens of Bali

Location: Bali | Indonesia

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

With immaculate terraced gardens, traditional spa treatments and idyllic pool villas built on stilts, the 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 Hidden Palace is a luxurious five-suite private residence nestled in the jungle. Covering an impressive 2,000 square metres, this decadent retreat has a pool, a private kitchen and a secluded yoga spot, and is reached via a private funicular from the lobby. It can be booked exclusively for families and groups - perfect for a deluxe getaway.

Recommended for...

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

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The Hanging Gardens of Bali sits on the edge of a stunning gorge just north of Ubud, set in beautiful gardens of orchids, coffee and cacao trees, enveloped by looming volcanoes, jungle-covered mountains and lush rice terraces.

Rooms at the Hanging Gardens of Bali

Nestled into the hillside, the luxurious and tranquil villas make perfect retreats for both couples and families. Built in traditional Balinese style, some on wooden pillars, they come with signature handcrafted furniture, gorgeous bedrooms, handmade terrazzo bath tubs and outdoor decks with dining areas and heated plunge pools, with sweeping views of the valley and the ancient Dalem Segara temple nearby. 

You can hear the sounds of the river below in the Riverside suites, while the Royal Spa Suite, also set by the river, even has a spa lounge - bliss!

Food & Drink

The Three Elements restaurant takes you on a culinary journey of Bali in a spectacular setting. Cookery classes are available for foodies looking to get to grips with the local cuisine, or simply soak up the breathtaking views across the valley with a cocktail in hand, while relaxing to the sounds of the jungle.

Facilities

The award-winning spa has several treatment rooms, with additional treatment spaces around the hotel. Massages use ancient techniques and natural, local ingredients. Unwind with yoga or meditation on a serene natural setting on the banks of the Ayung River, at the foot of the valley. Continue your spiritual journey with a traditional Balinese blessing. 

You also shouldn't miss the chance to take a dip in the eye-catching twin-tiered cascading pool, which is suspended about the rainforest and gives you a feeling of floating above the treetops as you swim. 

Activities at the Hanging Gardens of Bali

Explore botanical gardens, rice fields, volcanoes, traditional villages, craft markets and plantations, where you can taste one of the world’s most expensive blends 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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Hotel location

The Hanging Gardens of Bali is approximately an hour’s drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. 

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