Set amongst rice fields in Bali's rural countryside, Sandat Glamping Tents is just 3 kilometres away from Ubud City Centre - the cultural hub of the island. The resort is perfect for families or couples looking for sumptuous luxury in natural surroundings.
The resort consists of 5 safari style tents, each spacious in design and a further three traditional Balinese structures. The resort also boasts a library, bar, breakfast area and lounge. A green philosophy is imbued throughout the architecture with local bamboo and mahogany being used in its construction. The en plein air design also provides for a natural breeze throughout the accomodation, removing the need for energy draining air-conditioning.
There are three categories of rooms: Lumbungs, Suites and Tenda. The Lumbungs describe traditionally thatched Balinese lodges overlooking a shared pool. Split over two-stories, upstairs is a double bedroom with the option of adding in an extra third single bed. Downstairs offers a sheltered lounge area close to the pool. The Suites are luxury safari tents with panoramic views over local rice paddy fields. Fitted with Balinese antiques and a private infinity pool, this option suites those wanting something particularly special and secluded. The Tenda are large tents with private pools offering a larger space than the suites - this option would suit larger groups and families looking for privacy.
There are no televisions or phones fitted in the accomodation so this is perhaps not the best place for travellers wanting to be well connected to the outside world. The resort does offer a real escape from reality and effortlessness means to absorb the natural world.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
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