COMO Uma Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
COMO Uma Ubud immerses you in the culture of Bali, from food to spa to exquisite accommodation, all to the highest level of service and luxury. Nestled among paddy fields and hills, the charm of a traditional Indonesian village will enchant you since the moment you step foot in this hotel. With a contemporary feel, from bedrooms to landscaped courtyards to infinity-edged plunge pools, the result is a beautifully curated space where to relax and rejuvenate.
All 46 rooms and suites exude the charm of a traditional Bali culture, yet all the modern amenities and luxury finishes of a modern resort. Narrow paths defined by tall, lushly planted walls lead between rooms and suites, each of which has their own tropical garden. Large windows and indigenous materials both inside and out bring the natural landscape in, from the amply sized bedrooms and black-and-white bathrooms to the landscaped courtyards and infinity-edged plunge pools. For the ultimate pampering indulge in one of their villas for a stay like no other.
Dining at Como Uma Ubud means fresh, sophisticated and delicious food. Menus revive traditional Indonesian dishes while also offering contemporary interpretations of the cuisines of neighboring countries. In addition to Asian dishes, Uma Cucina is the Italian-inspired restaurant and lounge bar with a street-side setting for the ultimate people-watching experience. And after a superb meal, why not relax at the Uma Bar for a sophisticated cocktail.
At the COMO Shambhala Retreat, there is a full range of holistic, Asian-inspired treatments. With an open-air yoga pavilion overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley as well as a reflexology area, steam rooms, gym and 25m outdoor pool – all evoke Bali’s peaceful, health-giving spirit. Unwind from the city life and rejuvenate your spirit in this little heaven.
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About Ubud, Bali
The town of Ubud, in the uplands of Bali, Indonesia, is known as a center for traditional crafts and dance. The surrounding Ubud District’s rainforest and terraced rice paddies, dotted with Hindu temples and shrines, are among Bali’s most famous landscapes. Ancient holy sites include the intricately carved Goa Gajah (“Elephant Cave”) and Gunung Kawi, with its rock-cut shrines.
Visit Ubud Monkey Forest, a natural forest reserve popular with both locals and tourists. The temples are inhabited by mischievous monkeys that provide lots of entertainment. Interesting meandering paths lead to charming places like the bathing temple surrounded by lush remnants of ancient forest.
Most of Bali's museums and galleries are centered in Ubud, but culture and history rich Bali are peppered with museums and galleries. These museums and galleries offer paintings, woodcarvings, textiles and all kinds of souvenirs for viewing and also purchase. Ubud's role as the epicenter of Balinese culture makes it the perfect place to see traditional Balinese dance and drama.