1-Bedroom Garden Villa
- 3D2N stay for 2 for $1,188 (rrp. $2,683)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for $1,783 (rrp. $4,024)
- 5D4N stay for 2 for $2,268 (rrp. $5,366)
- 6D5N stay for 2 for $2,748 (rrp. $6,707)
Hotel at a glance
Hidden in the outskirts of Ubud, Santi Mandala Villa & Spa Hotel rules over its own 3.5 hectares of hillside greenery which comes with a view of the famed paddy terraces. Less than half-an-hour’s drive from the bustle of the city, your Batuan Gianyar host boasts a close proximity to the artistic villages of Celuk and Mas, whilst offering its own repertoire of guest discovery programmes via cycling, hiking, or Balinese dancing class.
- Rise from your villa stay which faces the river, fish ponds, and garden, and make your way to the open-air restaurant for a spread of European or Indonesian specialties.
- Turn towards cyan depths of the outdoor swimming pool, and take your pick from the sun lounge or sunken bar area to spend the afternoon.
- Revel in all things Ubud and Balinese with a choice of cooking class with a visit to the fresh market, an hour of cycling and massage package, or a yoga session with after-class flower bath spa.
1-Bedroom Garden Villa
- Double bed
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults OR 2 adults and 1 child aged 10 and below per room. 3rd guest subject to additional charges.
- Outdoor swimming pool with sunken bar
- Restaurant and coffee shop
- BBQ facilities
- Massage, sauna, and spa
- Airport transfer
- Bicycle and car rental
- Laundry service
- Cooking and dancing class
- Cycling programme
- Hiking and trekking programme
Add-Ons (payable to hotel)
- Extra bed with breakfast for guest aged 11 and above: IDR620,000 per person per night
- Extra bed with breakfast for guest aged 6 – 10: IDR500,000 per person per night
- Stay with existing bed with breakfast for guest aged 5 and below: free
Ubud, Bali: What to see and do
Ubud is located in the heart of Bali on the central foothills, away from the party beach crowds and closer to nature and the cultural heartland of the island. Much of the countryside is still preserved; you can see terraced paddy fields creeping up the hills, art centres where the pulse of tradition still beats strong, and villagers going about their daily activities. The Agung Rai Museum of Art is one such place where you can immerse yourself in Bali’s rich culture amidst traditional architecture, stone carvings, and dance performances while experiencing a dash of modern art. Observe the fluid movements of traditional Balinese dancers as the distinct sound of the gamelan rings through the royal courtyard of the Puri Saren Palace, an architectural monument that preserves the glory of the Ubud Empire.
Mingle with the locals and learn of their worship rituals at Saraswati Temple, and wander among the lotus ponds and admire the intricate stone architecture of the religious site that honours the Hindu Goddess of learning, literature, and art, Saraswati. The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is an ecological reserve and home to over 115 species of trees, long-tailed macaques, and Pura Dalem Agung Padangtega, a temple dedicated to the Hindu Goddess of Death. Continue along Jl Monkey Forest to where it connects to Jl Raya Ubud and you will find the Ubud Art Market, a bazaar that sells handicrafts like wood carvings, stone sculptures, and batik fabric on one end, and local produce, food, and drinks on the other.
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