Villa Alamanda, Surrounded by lush tropical rainforest in Ubud Bali
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Only valid for new bookings received from 21 December 2017
Applicable to all stays completed before 25 December 2018
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Early bird enjoys up to 15% discount when booking 150 days in advance*
Last minute bookings enjoy 10% discount when checking in before 16 Mar 2018
* Does not apply for New Year period
Perched high on a river gorge near Bali’s cultural centre, Ubud, Villa Alamanda’s graceful architecture harmonises with its dramatic tropical environment. Inside, elegant teak furniture is complemented by clean lines, natural colours and local artwork.
A sizeable, open-air lounge and dining terrace overhangs the jungle, creating interaction with the stunning scenery.
This classic Bali villa sleeps up to eight people in four stylish ensuite bedrooms.
Steps from the villa’s living area lead down into the garden where the swimming pool and bale provide the perfect spots for relaxation. The garden is large enough for children to play and for entertaining.
- Air conditioned bedrooms
- Private pool
- Satellite TV
- DVD player
- Free Wi-Fi access
- In-room safe
- iPod dock
- Breakfast daily
- Welcome drink on arrival
- Fruit basket on arrival
- Villa manager
- Security guards
- Car and driver 8 hours/day
- Baby cot
Villa Alamanda Location
Surrounded by lush tropical rainforest, Villa Alamanda is located five kilometres from Ubud near the sleepy wood-carvers village of Tengkulak. This traditional village offers a fascinating insight into daily Balinese life including the colourful and hypnotic Hindu ceremonies.
While the villa enjoys a remote and quiet setting it is only a short drive to many of Bali’s tourist hot spots including the famous Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave), the UNESCO rice fields of Tegallalang, the Tirta Girtu water temple at Tampak Siring, and the Bali Marine and Safari Park.
The main attraction, though, has to be Ubud, Bali’s cultural heart, famed for its art, wood carving, jewellery, textiles, antiques, restaurants, markets and cultural performances – including the Kecak dance. Three hundred metres above sea level in the foothills of the central mountain range, Ubud offers a cooler, wetter climate making it perfect for rice farming.