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Amori Villa Bali

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  • Amori Villa Bali exterior

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  • Amori Villa Bali bedroom

Amori Villa is friendly, peaceful oasis within Bali’s spiritual capital.

For a romantic, natural setting, as well as the chance to spend some quality family time alongside Mother Nature, the luxury boutique resort, Amori Villa Bali in Ubud offers just five unique, private suites overlooking the peaceful Petanu River valley. And it’s not all eat, pray, love in the land of frangipanis and incense, although it’s hard not to get drawn into the culture of the place. There’s a ceremony or kecak dance around every corner. Yet Bali, on-the-whole, is one of the most luxurious travel destinations in the world, with relaxing spas, restaurants and family-friendly day trip options aplenty, all amongst a heavenly kaleidoscope of rainforest, volcanoes, layered rice terraces and beaches. You’ll find a dizzying variety of things to do, depending on where you stay. Ubud – meaning medicine, or healing – is Bali’s inland hippy, arts and spirituality capital.

For You -

The array of in-house spa services at Amori Villa, such as the famous flower petal bath, will soothe you after a day of sightseeing. The free shuttle into Ubud Centre makes it easy to get lured you into all the boutique shops, and the infinity pool provides a spectacular view of the lush jungle. A full American, Asian or Health-lovers breakfast is included in the room rates, making the perfect start to each blissful day.

For Them +

Guided walks around the neighbouring village of Dukuh Kawan will open your kid’s eyes to the differences in the local culture, and bike rides and other activities in Bali, such as surfing lessons, (or even surf camp), cooking classes and white water rafting can be arranged. Staff will happily take you to see a temple ceremony or teach the whole family about the uses of Balinese fresh herbs and spices in medicine and cooking. Staying here is almost like being adopted by a Balinese family. Terima khasi!