The Samaya Ubud
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
per person for 7 nights, based on 2 people sharing a hillside villa on a bed and breakfast basis including private transfers.
At a Glance
One of Ubud's newest properties - every modern comfort and convenience has been considered
Experience a romantic dinner sitting by the Ayung River at the Samaya's signature restaurant, Swept Away
Each villa has an impressive sized pool which provides a more private experience
The Samaya is conveniently close to the cultural hub of Ubud but far enough to feel relaxed amongst Bali's natural surroundings
The hotel provides an efficient shuttle service from the hotel to the centre of Ubud
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Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.
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With its blend of cutting edge design, refined service and lavish comfort, the newly opened Samaya Ubud is home to some of Bali's most contemporary luxury pool villas set in a stunning tropical location, just outside of Ubud.
Ubud is well known to be Bali's cultural and artistic heart and has the appeal of the eclectic mix of cultures it attracts, the strong sense of Balinese tradition and the verdant peaceful tropical countryside which surrounds it. The Samaya is within easy reach of this diversity and yet sits in a tranquil riverside location and could be miles form anywhere.
Sister hotel to the fabulous Samaya in Seminyak, one of our favourite properties on the island, the new Samaya Ubud is a fantastic example of modern island luxury. Nineteen contemporary private pool villas are located amongst the lush rice paddies, some are set on the hillside and others next to the Ayung River.
The one, two and three bedroom villas have an elegant contemporary design and are filled with natural light. Modern comforts such as LCD TV players, wireless internet and bose iPod docking stations are standard, and for anything you need your private butler is on hand to make your stay as soothing and personally tailored as possible.
There are two restaurants serving delicious gourmet cuisine. 'Scene' is open in the evenings and serves modern eclectic dishes focusing strongly on local organic produce. 'Swept Away' is the perfect location for an informal healthy lunch, afternoon snack, leisurely dinner or a cocktail lying in a lounger overlooking the river.
Samaya Ubud's spa and wellness centre perches over the Ayung River and is an idyllic spot for relaxation and rejuvenation and treatments are also available in the comfort and privacy of your own villa.
The Samaya Ubud is perfect place from which to explore the local area. Not only can you visit the charming town close by, but the hotel can also organise a variety of cultural excursions and activities such as cycling, hiking and nature walks. However, the tranquillity and fabulous service at The Samaya Ubud may mean that you find it hard to leave at all.
Each of the resort's 19 one, two and three bedroom villas is contemporary in style and has a private pool, King-size bed and spacious bathroom. Choose from a hillside or riverside location and enjoy the butler service, modern technology, daily breakfast basket and indulgent afternoon tea.
|Hill Side Villa||
The Hill Side Villa is located either in the upper level of the resort or close to the Ayung river. Great for those wanting a little privacy, the villa is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens and boasts 392sqm of space and a private lap pool.
|Hill View Villa||
Nestled between panoramic views of the rice fields and the lush green hillsides of Bali, the Hill View Villa has just one bedroom with a private pool.
Measuring 392sqm, its both modern and Balinese in style.
Spread across 292sqm, along with a private lap pool, the Ayung Villa is surrounded by tropical forest. Designed with modern and elegant decor and complete with a private swimming pool.
|2 Bedroom Villa||
The Two Bedroom Villa has its own private swimming pool and plenty of privacy. Situated in the upper level of the resort, the villa is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens and features two bedrooms. With two separate rooms, there's plenty of space for all.
|3 Bedroom Villa||
The Three Bedroom Villa boasts its own swimming pool and is perfect for larger families or groups of friends. With three bedrooms, there's ample space for all here.
Children are very welcome to come and stay at The Samaya Ubud. The two and three bedroom villas are perfect for families. The hotel can organise babysitting on request and your butler is on hand for any other special requests.
The Samaya offer a complimentary shuttle service into Ubud (15 minutes) and each villa has a butler on hand to tend to your every need.
Breakfast and afternoon tea are served in your villa each day and Scene is open in the evenings for modern, eclectic and largely organic food. Swept Away has a breathtaking riverside location and is open for lunch and serves Asian Tapas in the evenings. The Samaya can also organise fabulous in villa dining, and barbecues. The Samaya Spa specialises in indulgent relaxation and treatments can be enjoyed in your villa. The main swimming pool is surrounded by palms and is a tranquil spot.
Ubud has a wealth of adventurous activities including biking, hiking, nature walks and there is also a huge choice of cultural excursions. The Samaya can organise cooking classes for those interested in visiting the markets and learning the art of local cuisine.
Sarah Rowan (Staff)
Here service is most definitely with a smile from their charming and infectiously enthusiastic staff. The 19 villas are scattered around the grounds and all come with a super size pool. The two restaurants take advantage of both the impressive views from the top of the resort and the atmospheric flowing Ayann River at the bottom of the resort. At night they light up the place with candles and it is a wonderfully romantic spot, especially if you opt for private dining on the bank of the river where they light 100 candles around you. It is incredibly personal and has a real charm to it as a fantastic boutique option.
Marina Byers (Staff)
Set by the Ayung River, the Samaya Ubud is a tropical oasis, offering one the chance to relax and completely switch off, whether you wish to explore Ubud and the rice fields or unwind at the resort. The villas are all very spacious and each feature their own private pool, and 24 hour butler service.The resort's spa overlooks the Ayung River, allowing guests to enjoy a treatment with an incredible view. The highlight of my stay was dining at 'Swept Away' which also overlooks the river, and you can choose between the a la carte or the degustation menu.
Olivia Smith (Staff)
The sister property to of our favourite properties here at Scott Dunn, the Samaya, the new and beautiful Samaya Ubud is a delight. Nestled into the side of the Ayung Gorge with stunning views of sloping paddy fields and swaying palms, the location of the property means that it feels utterly hidden and completely private. My personal favourite were the Hillside Villas, with enormous private gardens and pools and lofty, spacious villas decorated in the signature sleek Samaya style. With crisp white linens adorning the beds in the centre of the rooms, they are really romantic, spacious and incredibly stylish. The Ayung Villas are situated next to the river, with little deck areas that over look the river idling by, you can hear it bubbling past from the comfort of your private pool! There is a choice of two great restaurants, ‘Scene’ and ‘Swept Away’ and you are also close enough to Ubud to explore the fabulous cafes and restaurants there.
The Samaya ExperienceStay two nights at The Samaya Ubud followed by three nights at The Samaya Seminyak to enjoy a special package including daily breakfast, a three-course dinner and spa treatment.
|Book from||24 October 2019 to 31 March 2021|
01 April 2020 to 31 March 2021
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Denpasar Street Food Tour with an Expert
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Kintamani and Monkey Forest Tour
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Kintamani Besakih Tour
Visit the Mother Temple of Bali and witness some of the region's best views on this full day trip of temple culture and traditional arts and crafts. See examples of batik, wood carving and the work of silver and gold-smiths.
R.O.L.E Charitable Experience
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Spirit of Belimbing
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Sunrise over Mount Batur
Experience incredible views from the summit of Mount Batur as the sun rises. Have breakfast before your descent and visit three younger craters with evidence of lava flow and finally enjoy a soothing dip in Toya Bungkah hot springs.
Sunset over Uluwatu & Kecak
Travel to the south of Bali mid afternoon and to the impressive vantage point at Uluwatu Temple. Here you will be entertained by not only the view but also the famous Kecak dance prior to the chance to have a sunset dinner at Jimbaran Bay.
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Visit Bali's Central Highlands & Tanah Lot at Sunset
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Location & directions
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Spectacularly located amid the rice fields and verdant hillsides of Bali's lush interior, only 15 minutes to the centre of Ubud.
How to get there
Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport (17 hours), is served by many international airlines. You can also fly to Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, then travel overland or take a connecting flight to Denpasar. Samaya Ubud is a 75-minute drive from Denpasar International Airport. The hotel provides a local area shuttle and airport pick-up service.
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