Uma Ubud Hotel in Bali, Indonesia

December 30, 2011 by

Uma Ubud is a warm hotel offering outstanding elegance on Bali in Indonesia. Not only does Uma Ubud mirror COMO’s belief of calm ease in culture-rich locations; this inland retreat is also devoted to health, activity, and exploration.

Guests that come to Uma Ubud and will be seduced by the abounding, conventional life presented amongst the region’s forests and mist-wrapped rice paddies. For smart access to this native tradition and layered culture, they supply guides and itineraries.

Guests are invited to experience a resort that speaks of both Bali and modern comfort with smooth, organized interiors.

Uma Ubud feels like a country home in the hills with slim paths leading between rooms and suites and their tiny, walled tropical gardens. Aboriginal materials include thatched woods and alang-alang roofs, contemporary accents introduced in sleek black and white bathrooms. Engraved panels open up to bring in views and the scent of forest. Light flows through interiors, from the bedroom through to garden terraces, private courtyards and infinity-edge pools.

Uma Ubud offers an assortment of rooms, including: Terrace Rooms, Garden Rooms, Uma Suite, Uma Pool Suites, and COMO Suite.

Their 14 dazzling and spacious Terrace Rooms feature a comfy four-poster bed draped in white voile. Large French doors open onto the private terrace overlooking Uma Ubud’s gardens. The bathroom has a sunken bath, outdoor shower and a striking elaborate mirror.

An open-air courtyard with a cozy seating area and fish pond connects the Garden Room’s airy bedroom and bathroom. Each of these 10 rooms features a four-poster and modern, open-air black and white bathroom with tub and separate shower.

Their Uma Suite has a sitting, dining room and bedroom with four-poster bed. Light flows through the interiors generating a luminous feel while the bathroom features a sunken bath and separate shower. Doors onto a private terrace grant extensive Tjampuhan Valley views.

All three Uma Pool Suites offer roomy, light-filled suites similar to the Uma Suit, with a big sitting and dining room as well as a relaxing bedroom featuring a four-poster bed. The best part is the private plunge pool with views of the Balinese jungle and Tjampuhan Valley.

Their banner COMO Suite offers a separate bedroom, sitting area and bathroom as well as a treatment area, a roomy sundeck and an infinity pool overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley and snaking River Oos.

At Uma Ubud, their method to gastronomy is contemporary, light and respectful of local touches. Menus revitalize conventional Indonesian offerings as well as offer modern elucidations of neighboring cuisines such as Chinese wok-fried dishes. The menu relies on fresh produce harvested locally. This includes outstanding seafood, honey and farm-fresh vegetables. In addition to Asian dishes they offer classic global comfort salads and a cool pool bar for kicking back with a cocktail.

COMO Shambhala Retreat is Uma Ubud’s holistic heart, a place for wellness with Asian-inspired treatments. They also make broad use of natural ingredients, with therapies referencing Bali’s traditional medicine and ancient beauty rituals.

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