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Amandari is perfectly nestled in the heart of Bali's cultural sanctuary, in the lush, jade green sacred valleys of the island's hinterland. It is here, next to Ubud, that one can experience the intriguing layers of Bali's unique spiritual essence. DS02/08.LocationLocated five minutes from the soul and art community of Ubud, in central Bali.Distance5 kms to city centre38 kms to the nearest airport (ngurah rai)RoomsVillage Suites feature either a large combined bedroom and living room or a ground floor living room with a separate queen-sized bedroom on a mezzanine level. The suites are situated on opposite sides of the lobby and public areas. Twenty one suites on the rice terrace side and nine suites on the river gorge side offering a total of nine Village Suites (located next to the village). All suites are individually walled off to offer privacy and are designed with an air of understated elegance. The suites are either single-story suites with a king bed and high ceilings or a double-story suite with a queen bed upstairs and two large lounging beds downstairs. All suites have large sliding glass doors which when fully opened offer a unique open-air atmosphere to the suite. The bathrooms, which are constructed out of teak wood and Javanese marble, feature an outdoor oversize sunken bathtub, double wash-basin vanities, shower and ample closet space.RestaurantCrafted largely of teak wood, the Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, specializing in Indonesian and Western dishes. The casual, two-story restaurant overlooks the swimming pool and the green valley beyond.ExteriorAmandari has been styled as a Balinese village, with river-stone walkways, shrines, gardens and high paras-stone walls. Balinese-style gateways front each suite.LobbyOpen-air lobby was designed after a wantilan, or village meeting place, with coconut-wood posts and a floor of cool Javanese marble alternating with local volcanic stone. Teak and coconut wood are used throughout the resorts 30 free-standing suites and Amandari villa.


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