The Udaya Resort, one of the most hyped about Bali hotel releases of 2016, is finally opened its doors in December.
The Udaya is part of the uber-sophisticated Pramana Hotels group, which includes such acclaimed luxury properties as The Kayon Resort, The Sankara Resort, and The Dedari Kriyamaha Villa – all located in Ubud.
Like its sister sites, The Udaya Resort will be located in the spiritual hub of Ubud, a short five-minute drive from the main town centre. Perched deep in the heart of Ubud amongst 40 acres of Balinese jungle, guests at The Udaya can get back to nature, grounded by the sounds of the flowing Ayung River.
The resort features eighteen suites and nine pool villas, each with angkul-angkul entrances and tranquil gardens filled with local plants and flowers. The suites account for the main structure of the hotel, circling the infinity pool and providing views to the surrounding lush greenery. The pool villas are built on 1,500 square meters of land to provide a 270-degree view of the surrounding landscape, complete with an 18-meter-long private swimming pool which overlooks the lush valley.
Like all top Ubud hotels, The Udaya will offer all the modern comforts, including LED cable TVs, Wi-Fi, air conditioning and mini bar.
A major highlight of the property is the rooftop yoga hut, which holds a prime location to provide an inspiring view as you inhale the cool morning breeze. Classes are offered daily, both mornings and evenings, with the guidance of a professional yoga teacher.
The Deeva Restaurant, situated above the lobby, blends international cuisines with traditional Balinese flavours. An entire section of the menu is dedicated to authentic Balinese dishes, while also catering to vegetarians.
For the spa lovers, the Kaveri Spa is worth a trip in itself. This luxury spa has been strategically built to overlook the river and surrounding valleys for an indulgent experience run to the highest Indonesian standards.
Udaya, meaning warm sun in Veda script, promises welcoming and friendly hospitality. Every detail throughout the resort has been carefully designed to blend with the natural Balinese village environment, built with local natural materials. Cool tones featuring wood and stone provide guests with a serene, unwinding atmosphere.
Udaya’s mission is for guests to “renew your bond with nature in the purest and most intimate sense.” The resort will open for business later this month.
Find out more at www.theudayaresort.com.