Enjoy a birds-eye view of the beautiful Ayung River valley, high in the splendid foothills neighboring a traditional hill village. There are gardens and courtyards to meander through, and 56 two-storey rooms and villas to relax in. The Terrace Tree Villas are superb, with incredible views down the valley. You can borrow bicycles to tour around the surrounding countryside and gain insights into village life.
The Plantation Restaurant serves up local delicacies and some French-themed dishes, while the Cabana Lounge will keep you happy on that lazy day by the infinity pool (one of the best located you will find anywhere!).
All the fresh fruits and vegetables available in the hotel are supplied locally.
Most of the room amenities and the products available in the Alila Living boutique, such as soaps, shampoo, slippers and the Spa Alila products, are produced in Bali and many of them through village co-operatives supported by Alila. Out of 197 employees working at Alila Ubud, around 70% live within 20 km of the hotel, and 92% are native to the island.
The cultural center of Bali, and home to most of the country’s museums and galleries. The Balinese royal family have their home in this very traditional-looking town in the cool foothills of central Bali. The surrounding paddies inspire an artistic crowd, and you can see arts and crafts everywhere. As well as markets and traditional dance displays, you can head out to Ubud Monkey Forest and meet the mischievous neighbors.
Ways you can help in Ubud
A dedicated local Doctor, together with a few supporters, run a Foundation for HIV/AIDS babies. Born to HIV/AIDS parents who have passed away these little souls are cared for in a local orphanage, one of the few prepared to take HIV/AIDS babies into care, for fear of transmission. Mostly born to mothers who were unaware […]