Hidden within a tropical valley, against emerald rice fields,
The Samaya Ubud is a nature lover’s paradise
Situated within Bali’s artistic and spiritual center, The Samaya Ubud is an effortless blend of modern minimalism meets traditional Balinese design. With only nineteen private villas, the resort offers 24-hour butler service, making every guest feel nurtured. In addition to the main pool, each villa comes with its own private swimming pool and traditional poolside gazebo. There are two restaurants; ‘Scene’, which overlooks a verdant hillside and is open for breakfast, afternoon tea and sunset cocktails and ‘Swept Away’, which rests on the banks of the sacred river Ayung. Serving both local and international dishes, much of its produce is organically grown locally. The resort Spa is perfectly positioned by the riverside, to allow guests to unwind to the harmonious sounds of the babbling river and the humming of cicadas. Explore Ubud’s stunning surroundings and return to The Samaya to rejuvenate with a Balinese massage before a romantic dinner for two against a jungle backdrop.
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- Reserve a special table for two, set against the Ayung river and surrounded by warmly lit lanterns. Sample the delectable, local cuisine, paired with fine wine.
- Cycle and trek together through the rice paddies on an afternoon adventure in Ubud.
- Arise and salute the sun with a complimentary yoga class and later revitalize with a nurturing, couples massage.
One bottle of wine
One 60 minutes massage for a couple
Daily afternoon tea from 3 pm to 5 pm
“When we built The Samaya Ubud, we created a peaceful retreat and honor the surrounding, natural landscape. In keeping with our brand design, interiors are modern minimalist, allowing the beauty of the landscape to shine through. With romance in mind, we built the ‘Swept Away’ restaurant against the flowing, sacred river Ayung and also ensured in-villa dining and spa and round the clock butler service. We offer our guests concierge tours and complimentary yoga, biking and hiking experiences, allowing them to enjoy both the peace of the resort and the stunning, local area.”
imagine a romantic day like this
Awake to the gentle humming of cicadas and arise to another glorious day in paradise. A tropical fruit breakfast awaits, energizing before a guided cycle tour through the rice terraces. Return to refresh and enjoy a light lunch, before setting off to explore Ubud. Take a shady stroll through the Monkey Forest, encountering cheeky macaques along the way. Later shop for handicrafts in the local market before pausing to enjoy an evening performance of traditional, Balinese dance at Ubud Palace. Return via shuttle to the hotel and change for dinner. A romantic table for two awaits at the river’s edge, surrounded by warmly lit lanterns. Enjoy a degustation menu of exquisite, local dishes, before retiring to the serenity of your private villa.
These are one bedroom, private pool villas.
These one bedroom, private pool villas have stunning, rice field views.
These one bedroom, private pool villas, which feature a spa bathtub, resting against the Ayung river.
These two bedroom, private pool villas are extra luxurious, with spa bathtub.
- Stay for 2 nights in 1bedroom Villa
- 4-course Romantic Candlelight dinner (excluding beverages)
- Couple spa treatment for 2 hours
- Round trip airport transfer
- 24/7 Butler service
- Free shuttle to Ubud Main Area
- Free Wi- Fi access
The Samaya Ubud Bali, Sayan , Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Located within the artistic center of the island, The Samaya Ubud offers the perfect blend of design and comfort, within tropical surroundings. Bordered by lush rice terraces and an exotic, jungle backdrop, it’s a peaceful retreat in which to reconnect and spend valued time together.
beyond the hotel
Nature walks, biking and hiking – One of the best ways to discover the local area, is to take a guided concierge tour, either on foot or using one of the resort bicycles.
Local Museums – To appreciate Bali’s fantastic art scene, visit the local art galleries and museums, including the Blanco Renaissance Museum and the Neka Art Museum.
The Monkey Forest – Only a few kilometers from the hotel, enjoy an afternoon with the cheeky macaques, as you stroll through this tropical forest.
Ubud Market – A visit to Ubud isn’t complete without a visit to the market, where you can purchase brightly colored sarongs and wooden handicrafts.
Traditional Dance – At night you can watch a traditional dance within Ubud Palace, performed every evening. If you want to sample the local cuisine afterwards, head across the road to the Night Market and try some Nasi Campur.
White Water Rafting – instead of watching the river roar by, why not raft down it! A thrilling way to spend the day.