The décor, which includes original Balinese artworks
The cultural charms of Ubud at the property's doorstep
Regular performances of the traditional Balinese dance, Kecak, at the amphitheater
Morning yoga, afternoon tea, sunset cocktails, and butler-led walking tours are all included.
What To Know
Free fast WiFi
A service charge for staff is included in the rate, so tipping isn’t necessary
The location, in Ubud’s hills, might be too far from the ocean for beach lovers
The hotel arranges free return airport transfers
Parking on site
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Intimate art-filled Ubud estate with its own spa, amphitheater and bewitching views of holy Mount Agung
An estate turned boutique hideaway, this 20-room hotel has the feel of a private residence, thanks to former owner and collector Hendra Hadiprana’s formidable art collection, much of which graces the walls. The tranquil setting, with views of Ubud’s famous jade-green rice paddies, is a far cry from the tourist bustle of Bali’s beach towns: the daily yoga classes and spa treatments like the signature Chedi Jade Massage or Indonesian cream bath, which combines a deep-conditioning hair treatment with scalp, shoulders and arm massage, add to the Zen vibe.
In the Area
See the fabled Balinese countryside through the eyes of an insider on a walk through the rice paddies and local villages with your butler, who can facilitate authentic experiences like meeting a shaman or eating street food. Visit the nearby Goa Gajah, a UNESCO-listed 9th century temple full of elephant carvings or hit the well-regarded Agung Rai Museum of Art, or ARMA, which houses a collection of significant Balinese artists along with a selection of works from expat talents. Treat yourself to a multi-course French-Balinese fusion adventure at Mozaic, one of Indonesia’s most acclaimed restaurants, or opt for breezy people-watching at Ary’s Warung, which dishes up Indonesian bites like coconut prawns along with European-style staples like gazpacho and goat’s cheese salad.