Alila Villas Ubud
Alila Ubud is like a big treehouse. Perched above the Ayung River valley, rooms command views out to the lush jungle canopies, very special. The style of the resort is traditionally Balinese with an open-air style to really make the most of the setting.
At a Glance
Wonderful valley views from all of the lead in rooms
The pool here is amazing, it is pretty much hanging over the valley so has a stunning outlook
Enjoy the renowned Alila spa products in your room
Well located to enjoy the activities and culture Ubud has to offer
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To start planning your vacation to Alila Villas Ubud
Just 15-minutes from Ubud center, Alila Ubud has a wonderful setting from its hillside retreat looking out to lush jungle, rice paddies and down to the Ayung River Valley. Ubud is a beautiful town in the center of Bali as is known for being Bali's cultural center due to its arts and crafts scenes, you will find local workshops and galleries on every corner.
Ubud is the perfect place to unwind amongst the peaceful tropical scenery or indeed to get active! Cycle through bamboo forests, walk along a ridge, trek up a volcano for sunrise or raft down the river. But if this sounds like too much, the pool at Alila Ubud is amazing. It has the sense of being suspended over the valley so you really are in the heart of the jungle, yet there are comfortable sun loungers at hand and staff to bring you refreshments.
The rooms at Alila Ubud all have sweeping views of the valley from your balcony or terrace and they have windows which open up allowing welcoming breezes to flow through your room. The rooms feel quite Balinese with classical décor and wooden furniture. The villas are more spacious and more private but still have views. However, the Pool Villa is more enclosed so even better for privacy.
Dining here is a real treat with attentive chefs and staggering views. Enjoy a local Balinese dish or a western favorite from their tantalising menu. The ingredients are so fresh and flavorsome, you will be wanting more! The spa here is a lovely retreat and the treatment rooms have an open-air style to them so you really are making the most of the beautiful surroundings.
The rooms at Alila Ubud are housed in units overlooking the lush valley below whilst the villas are individually dotted around the resort. The rooms have a lovely open-air feel to them as you can open up the windows to get a welcoming through breeze and you either have a terrace or a balcony for you to relax on and soak up the views. The villas are more private, the Pool Villa has a walled in garden whilst the Valley Villas overlook the Ayung River Valley and the Terrace Tree Villas are hidden above the Jungle Canopy. The villas are more spacious than the rooms with separate living and sleeping areas and more outdoor space, but they are all similar in style with a classic Balinese decor.
The 30 sqm Superior Rooms are located on the first floor with a private balcony and a daybed for you to have a nap, read a book or just enjoy the unobstructed views of the Ayung River Valley.
The 65 sqm Deluxe Rooms are located on the ground floor and have individual garden terraces and a back courtyard with an open-air bathroom and shower.
The 75 sqm Valley Villa is almost like staying in a tree house but a very luxurious one. Each villa has an elevated position over the Ayung River valley, above the lush green rainforest canopy and boasts stunning views from a spacious wraparound balcony.
The Pool Villas vary in size from 120 sqm and they offer an indulgence of space and seclusion in beautiful landscaped gardens with a large private swimming pool, and an open-air bathtub set in the middle of a lotus pond. They are perfect for families as you will have your own private area to relax in and an extra bed can be added to the room.
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The Terrace Tree Villa is perched on the sunrise side of the resort and are spacious at 120 sqm. The villa has views out the rice paddies on the banks of the valley and can be enjoyed from its generously sized terrace.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at Alila Ubud, however there are no child specific facilities available. The best accommodation to stay in would be a villa as there is room for an extra bed. Babysitting can also be arranged with prior notice.
Alila Ubud has one main restaurant - Plantation Restaurant, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu here focuses on healthy Balinese cuisine as well as some international fine dining favorites. The open-air style restaurant with views over the pool at and to the jungle canopy makes for a special dining experience. For a more casual affair, the Cabana Lounge is the place to head to. it's poolside location makes it the perfect place to enjoy a light lunch or a sunset cocktail.
Alila Ubud also has a wonderful spa where the rooms are half open so you can enjoy natural breezes and sounds to really enhance your experience. The main pool here has the wow factor as it almost appears to be floating above the valley!
Ubud is full of culture and adventure so there is lots to see and do during your time here. Head into central Ubud which is bursting with arts and crafts, boutique cafes, artists' workshops and galleries. There are also some beautiful buildings and some fun markets. If you want something a bit more off the beaten track, you can drive out to Bangli to a more local village and some temples. There are lots of different treks you could do through rice paddies, tropical vegetation, valleys, waterfalls - all beautiful and you could even cycle if you prefer. A cooking class is also good fun as you can go to the markets first to get your ingredients before heading back to the hotel to cook and then eat. If you're keen to work on your craft skills, why not try your hand at Batik painting or even design and make an original silver piece of jewelry. These are just a few of the things you can do! The concierge service at Alila will be able to advise you on the best things to do during your time there.
Location & Directions
Alila Villas Ubud is located about 15-minutes outside the artists’ town of Ubud, a small town and Bali’s cultural hub, overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley and River Oos. The landscape comprises rolling rice paddies, a luscious valley carved out of hillsides backed by the curve of coconut palms.
When to go
Bali’s climate is warm and humid, temperatures averaging between 21°C and 31°C. Short bursts of rain occur from November until April, making the velvet green landscape come alive. April to October is the dry season, although in hilly Ubud, you rarely feel too hot.
Festival periods can get busier. In Ubud, however, you never feel the crowds. This is the advantage Ubud has over the south coast area that can get packed to bursting around August, Christmas and New Year.