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From its lyrical landscapes to its spiritual temples, Ubud is famous as a wellness hub with good reason, and Amori Villa is no exception. At just seven suites and villas, the place has been designed with relaxation in mind - and that’s before you head to the pampering spa.
Intensifying that gloriously tranquil feel, the boutique hotel is nestled within lush tropical gardens with views out over the glittering Petanu River. The décor within is just as lovely, decked out with traditional Balinese dark wood furnishings, artwork and ornaments. To top it all off, service is fantastic here - the staff will go out of their way to ensure that you have a pleasant stay.
A great breakfast is served in the mornings and is included in most room rates (see rate detail below).
Light snacks, lunches and dinners are also served at the hotel, with a mix of Balinese and international dishes to choose from. Finish your meal with a tipple at the well-stocked bar.
There are seven suites and villas at Amori Villa, all of which have been individually designed with careful attention to detail. Décor follows the traditional Balinese style, with dark woods, intricate ornaments and - if you’re lucky - stunning views of the tropical gardens outside. For an added dash of luxe, some villas even have their own Jacuzzi to sink into.
We definitely recommend scheduling in some time for just soaking up the views; with an infinity pool that seems to blend into the sky above, not to mention breathtaking gardens and scenery beyond, the hotel is certainly a treat for the eyes.
Yoga-fiends and spa-seekers are in luck - Amori Villa is dedicated to r&r, to the point that it is sought after across the world for yoga and wellness retreats. Book into a yoga class or unwind with a rejuvenating massage.
It’s well-worth heading out to explore while you’re here, with the centre of Ubud just a short drive away (transfers offered by hotel, extra charge may apply). In town, you can explore the Penataran Sasih Temple, browse the shops and stalls, or sample traditional Balinese cuisine.