Alila Ubud

The Ubud - Alila Ubud is nestled on the edge of the rich green Ayung River valley in Bali's central foothills, the Alila Ubud Hotel combines exceptional location, unmatchable charm and a welcoming atmosphere. Offering panoramic views of the magical Ayung River and surrounding volcanoes, the 56 comfortable guestrooms are beautifully appointed and come with an array of modern amenities. Towering coconut pillars and a traditional thatched roof lend a bright and open feel to the brasserie-open style restaurant offering Balinese cuisine as well as fine international dishes, while soaring views can be taken in from the bar. Take a refreshing dip in the magnificent swimming pool and visit the luxurious Alila Spa that offers anatomical physiology, massage and meditation to rejuvenate your mind and body.

  • Deluxe BedroomDeluxe Bedroom

The resort’s fifty-four rooms and suite villas stand above a ravine on stilts like tree houses and are set into the banks of the river valley. The world-renowned architectural firm Kerry Hill Architects makes use of traditional Balinese design, but it is transformed into modern geometry. Smooth plaster walls and concrete meet thatched roofs; terrazzo tiles meet gravel or crushed rock; wood meets glass. The 56 rooms are housed in 14 two-storey blocks designed to resemble a Balinese village. All rooms have panoramic views of the magical Ayung River and surrounding volcanoes. The rooms on the ground floor feature individual garden terraces and a back courtyard with an open-air bathroom and shower. The upper floor rooms (Superior) feature a private balcony and unobstructed views.

  • Superior BedroomSuperior Bedroom

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  • Plantation RestaurantPlantation Restaurant
Plantation Restaurant

Guests can immerse themselves in Alila Ubud's culinary journey, Plantation restaurant. Guests can start their journey with a fine selection of Alila Ubud's signature seasonal cocktails and Bellini's, infused vokda's, Araks and syrups made in-house from the best produce the season has to offer. Executive Chef Eelke Plasmeijer and his culinary team passionately prepare an authentic Balinese cuisine and modern French menu inspired by local seasonal ingredients to grant an unparalleled experience of dining in Ubud. A well-selected wine list is available to accompany guests' meals. Among restaurants in Ubud the open Balinese-style dining venue with central bar, towering coconut pillars and traditional alang-alang roof creates an exotic feel for diners as they experience stunning views of our natural surroundings.

  • Cabana LoungeCabana Lounge
Cabana Lounge

Whether stepping out of the sun at noon, lounging on a sun bed during the day, or pouring over a sunset cocktail near the day’s end, Alil Ubud's Cabana team is ready to serve. The poolside menu includes a wide variety of casual dishes that provide for guests' every culinary craving during a lazy day at the pool.

  • Swimming PoolSwimming Pool

The dramatic emerald-green swimming pool is perched on a terrace and appears to float above the plunging Ayung River valley below. The pool is surrounded by stone-tiled sun decks that feature comfortable sun-beds with attractive Balinese umbrellas. Spa Alila comprises one double deluxe Spa Villa, a double Spa Pavilion, a double Spa Suite, a dedicated Massage Suite, two single Spa Suites,a Manicure and Pedicure Salon and Spa Reception. The Spa Pavilion and Suites feature open-air treatment areas and bathrooms with waterfall showers, while the Suite offers air-conditioned comfort. Tours of the surrounding area can be arranged from Alila Ubud's leisure concierge. They include trips to the mountain village of Kintamani, the spectacular rice terraces at Tegalalang, the natural springs at Tampaksiring, Ubud’s galleries, museums and souvenir shops, and the village of Petulu, home to a large flock of white egrets.

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