COMO Uma Ubud
COMO Uma Ubud is a peaceful hideaway on the outskirts of Ubud, set amongst dense vegetation and offering scenic views across the steep valley. The resort's contemporary luxury edge mixed with local design and materials gives it a distinct Balinese feel.
At a Glance
Take a trip from the Uma to visit the mighty Mt Batur, with villages dotted along the crater lake and the smoking cone towering above
Only a 10-minute stroll into the cultural center of Bali, Ubud
Uma Ubud has the charm of a traditional Indonesian Village and has a contemporary touch, the perfect combination
The restaurant relies on fresh produce, which is harvested locally, to create delicious dishes
For privacy the Uma Pool suites with infinity edged plunge pools are the accommodation to stay in
Breakfasts here are amazing - make sure you order a coffee with a cinnamon stick to stir!Scott Dunn team
The Como Suite here is absolutely incredible - with ample space, your own private pool and even your own secret door to the spa, you will feel like you are in absolute heaven!Victoria Hogg
The lychee martini is the perfect evening drink to accompany a day of relaxation at the spa.Scott Dunn team
Go on the Tjampuhan Ridge and Temple Walk one morning - a beautiful (and not too challenging walk) along a valley ridge, paddy fields and through local villages.Scott Dunn team
Have at least one meal at Uma Cucina, the hotel's new Italian restaurant. The food is so fresh and tasty!Scott Dunn team
Enjoy an evening at their atmospheric Italian restaurant for something different and sample their delicious selection of pizza, which comes highly recommended.Sarah Rowan
Make sure to try their breakfast here – I had such a delicious egg white omelette, alongside a glass of fresh coconut water!Charlotte Winter
Enjoy a little slice of Italian heaven at Cucina, if it's on the menu try the Black Ink Linguini, though the color is a little daunting the taste is exquisite.Amy Ropner
To start planning your vacation to COMO Uma Ubud
The luxury COMO Uma Ubud is located on the periphery of Ubud, rooms are hidden away amidst paddy fields, carved out of hillsides and backed by coconut palms. It is a tranquil retreat yet just a short drive from the exciting cultural heart of Bali where you can visit art galleries or barter at local handicraft shops.
The narrow paths that wind between the rooms and suites and their tropical gardens give Uma Ubud an intimate local village feel yet beneath the alang-alang thatched roofs are stylish, contemporary villas, some with infinity edge pools and stunning Tjampuhan valley views. Highlights of the rooms include the chic uncluttered interiors, sleek black and white bathrooms and abundance of natural light. Suites have the addition of sitting rooms, dining rooms and the Pool Suites have a wonderful plunge pool with views over the jungle.
Meals center on local, fresh produce at the Uma Ubud's open air restaurant 'Kemiri'. Here Asian and Balinese dishes are served as well as healthy COMO Shambhala cuisine. At the cool Pool Bar you can kick back with a cocktail or you can chose to dine in the comfort and privacy of your own room.
COMO Uma Ubud has a strong focus on health and wellbeing and the COMO Shambhala Spa, well established in many of the COMO Group's properties, offers an excellent array of treatments and classes. The spa makes use of natural ingredients, with the therapies drawing on Bali's traditional medicine and ancient beauty rituals. A daily complimentary yoga session, reflexology area, steam rooms, gym and sauna as well as a fabulous 25 meter pool should help you soak up Bali's peaceful health-giving spirit. Active guests can enjoy the wonderful biking and hiking opportunities this region has to offer.
There are 46 room and villas in total at Uma Ubud. The 14 bright Terrace Rooms at Uma Ubud have voile draped four-poster beds and large private terraces. The 10 Garden Rooms have open-air bathrooms and a comfortable terrace with fish pond that connects them to the bedroom. The Uma Suite has a separate sitting room, dining room and bedroom and a private terrace with sweeping views. The three Pool Suites have the addition of a plunge pool with jungle views. The Como Suite has even more space with a spa treatment area, infinity pool and spacious sundeck. All rooms and suites have Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, Egyptian cotton linen, phone, flat screen satellite TV, DVD player and library, safe, minibar, tea and coffee facilities, yoga mat and hairdryer.
Measuring 45sqm, the Terrace Room is bright and spacious with a chic feel and large French doors which open up to a private terrace.
Located on the upper floor, the light and airy Ubud Room measures 55sqm and features its own conservatory along with a relaxing day bed and seating area beneath a thatched roof.
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Benefiting from an open-air courtyard, the Garden Pool Villa measures up to 193sqm.
Spread over 167sqm, the Pool Suite offers plenty of space and even a second room which can also be used as a bedroom for younger guests.
Measuring up to 94sqm, Uma Villa is spacious and elegant, offering a sitting and dining area as well as a modern bathroom with a sunken bath and separate shower. There's also a private terrace for guests to enjoy.
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The Uma Pool Villa spans 259sqm with a private swimming pool, sprawling sundeck and outstanding views.
The largest of all accommodation at COMO Uma Ubud, the COMO Villa measures 287sqm and boasts its own spa treatment area which can be transformed into a second bedroom. There is also a spacious sundeck and infinity pool which overlooks the Tjampuhan Valley below.
Children are very welcome at Uma Ubud although no formal children's activities or facilities are available, apart from babysitting, which can be arranged on request. Children's meals are also available.
Uma Ubud's Kemiri open-air restaurant serves modern Balinese and Asian food as well as healthy Shambhala cuisine. The Uma Ubud takes room service to a new level with an international choice of delicious dishes. The Shambhala Spa is central to the hotel's healthy philosophy and its four treatment rooms, reflexology area, steam, sauna, gym and 25-meter swimming pool will restore the body and mind.
The Uma Ubud offers a complimentary shuttle service into Ubud for all guests to enjoy the restaurants, galleries, temples, shops and atmosphere of this wonderful town. Uma Ubud can organize a whole host of activities in and around Ubud including cycling, hiking and rafting. Within the hotel they organize a daily complimentary yoga class and guided morning walks.
Location & Directions
Uma Ubud is located on Jalan Raya Sanggingan, on the fringe of 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 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.