Info : Uma Ubud
The Uma Ubud is a high-end property nestled in the lush hills of Ubud. With a focus on luxury living, sublime & healthy cuisine and world standard spa treatments, the Uma Ubud has a broad appeal.
The Uma Ubud's 14 Terrace Rooms are a fusion of contemporary and colonial style with large four-poster beds and French doors which open onto the private terrace overlooking Uma Ubudâs gardens.
There are also three different kind of Suite Rooms - the Uma Suite, three Uma Pool Suites and the sumptuous Como Suite. All offer larger living and relaxation areas and additional benefits and services.
Uma Ubudâs purpose is to help you discover Baliâs rich Hindu culture, its landscape, people, flora, fauna and peaceful spirit. Each morning they offer a complimentary guided walk through the rice paddies as well as a daily Yoga class. The hotel can also help you to explore Ubud's temples, galleries and artistsâ ateliers with specially trained Uma guides. Active adventures include mountain biking, whitewater rafting, guided walks and treks into the wilds.
The cuisine at Uma Ubud is also noteworthy. The menu relies on fresh produce harvested locally. This includes exceptional seafood, honey and farm-fresh vegetables. In addition to Asian dishes Uma Ubud offer classic international comfort salads and a cool pool bar for kicking back with a cocktail.
The Uma Ubud is superbly managed with great attention to detail shown throughout the hotel. The staff are friendly and discreet. Overall, Uma Ubud is a wonderful and serene place to kick back and enjoy many of life and Bali's delights at leisure.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
Six great and amazingly different hotels - we would happily recommend any of them. We had three excellent guides as well. And we lost track of the number of "Wow" moments. In addition to the obvious, including Paramban, Borobodur and Bromo, we would add our tour of the markets + rickshaw ride in Malang, and having coffee with Mr Rai at the Agung Rai Gallery in Bali. Our guide in Bali, Otok (?) was excellent at explaining local culture, and we left an offering at his family shrine.