"Alila Ubud hotel is a tranquil and secluded hillside retreat that sits high up on the edge of the rich green Ayung River valley."

Blending contemporary design and traditional Balinese architecture, the secluded courtyards, spacious terraces and private gardens of the charming Ubud boutique hotel create an intimate feeling like none other.

The sleepy resort rests in Bali’s central foothills, in the traditional Balinese hill village of Payangan. Although you'll feel like you're in your own little world, the resort is just a 15-minute journey away from Ubud, the island’s cultural heart. By night, sip cocktails at the laid-back Cabana Lounge whilst watching candles float romantically on the pool.
   

Accommodation

The resort's 56 rooms are housed in 14 two-storey blocks designed to resemble a Balinese village. All rooms and villas have panoramic views of the magical Ayung River and surrounding volcanoes. Alila Ubud’s 12 villas offer a choice of luscious hideaways. Enjoy the privacy and tranquility of a Pool Villa nestled within a private stone-walled garden with private pool. Utterly restful and relaxing. Or retreat to a loftier perch – Valley Villas overlooking the lush green Ayung River valley or spacious Terrace Tree Villas hidden above the breezy jungle canopy – where privacy comes with the most amazing views.

 

Facilities

The pool is beyond belief and truly defines the phrase infinity pool as it seemingly hangs over the valley that plunges below it. The views of the verdant surroundings creates the ultimate feeling of tranquility. This is true bliss.

  • Spa Alila
  • Infinity pool
  • Art gallery
  • Leisure concierge
  • Library
  • TV lounge
  • 24hr room service
  • Shuttle bus
  • Laundry/dry clean
  • Sculpture garden

Restaurants

Alila Ubud's Culinary Team artfully prepares Balinese cuisine and healthy natural fare as well as some of the finest international dishes available anywhere. Soaring views are a feature of the welcoming bar and a dining experience overlooking the dramatic emerald-green pool that floats above the plunging valley.

 

Hotel Gallery

Weather

Given Bali's proximity to the equator, the island's weather is reliably hot and sunny. There are two distinct seasons: the dry season lasts between May and September and the wet season runs from October to April. Even in the wet season it is likely to be sunny for a good part of the day, and the rainfall is never too high. The best time to visit Bali is between May and September, when temperatures are hot and the days are at their longest.

Weather information for
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Location

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