Situated in the popular resort of Ubud, Bali, Blue Karma Ubud is one of the finest eco lodges and boutique hotels you’ll find in Indonesia. Set among the famous rice paddies and sweeping greenery of Bali, its relaxing and calming atmosphere makes it the ultimate blissful getaway for couples.
Surrounded by luscious tropical gardens and colourful fruit trees, the hotel is made up of beautiful traditional Javanese huts. Each hut is personally decorated with the artistic touch of owner Alexa Genoyer. Combining modernity with traditional and local materials such as lava stone, she has succeeded in creating an extremely relaxing and ambient environment.
This Chic Retreat welcomes families, with babysitting services available.
With its blissful surroundings, Blue Karma Ubud is the perfect setting for rejuvenating and restoring mind, body and soul. Enjoy a dip in the 25m outdoor pool, take a Yoga class in the Karma Yoga pagoda, or soak up the peaceful atmosphere in one of the garden’s many resting areas.
For a bit of pampering, head to the Blue Spa, where you can relieve your stresses with the many treatments and therapies on offer. We recommend the traditional Balinese massage, which can be carried out in the comfort of your own room.
Just a 15 minute drive away is the impressive Ubud Royal Palace, which is home to dramatic dance performances in the evenings. You can also explore Ubud’s traditional art market, which stocks a wide range of handcrafted items from bronze Buddhas to woven bags and scarves.
Guests at Blue Karma Ubud can enjoy a selection of both western and Indonesian cuisine at the on-site Blue Restaurant. Tuck into a range of dishes, from coconut seafood curry, to succulent burgers with all the toppings. Plenty of vegetarian options are also available, and the restaurant caters for those who wish to enjoy a meal in their room.
For those who wish to venture beyond the hotel, just 10 minutes away a wider variety of European dishes can be enjoyed at the Wapa Restaurant, or authentic Indonesian food can be enjoyed freshly prepared at one of the restaurants in central Ubud.