Nature-friendly and Balinese authentic are the two most perfect words for Amandari, the place of peaceful spirits as its name means. Here, you are expected to build a closer tie with the Mother Nature through thatched-roof suite facilitated with three side opening via sliding glass doors and discover the exotic beauty of Balinese values with unique stoned-made design and structure. Amandari is not only a place to stay, but it also offers a connection to Bali culture and its nature. Amandari is a spiritual haven deeply connected to its community. The resort, set on sacred ground 129 steps above a Hindu shrine and statue dating from the 7th century, looks out over rice terraces amidst the wilderness of the Ayung Valley. Amandari is designed in the style of a traditional Balinese village. Local artisans hand-carved the magnificent stone walls around the entrance pavilion; while andesite walkways, shrines, and high paras-stone walls are all of the local origins. Buttressed by stone gateways, each thatched-roof Suite opens onto a walled garden – a private sanctuary amid the Balinese greenery. At sunset, the hypnotic sounds of Gamelan players drift through swaying coconut palms. Best for: Couples to enjoy their honeymoons or anniversaries




Jl. Raya Kedewatan, Kedewatan, Ubud 80571, Indonesia


  • Don Antonio Blanco Museum: 2 km
  • Museum Puri Lukisan: 2.5 km
  • Campuhan Ridge Walk: 2 km
  • Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS): 30.6 km
  • Lombok International Airport (LOP): 112.1 km