Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
At a Glance
Set in lush green forests you will stay in one of the beautifully Bill Bensley designed tents. These tents capture the adventourous spirit of Ubud
The restaurants here celebrate Asian cusine whether that be at Mads Lange which focuses on sustainable farmed ingediants, or Api Jiwa which sizzles up mouth watering Asia BBQ food.
Auriga is a haven for those in need of some serious pampering. Surrounded by the rainforest there are a range of traditional Baliness treatments. Our chosen must do would be the crystal and organic facial.
Make sure you spend some time in the 30 meter long outdoor rainforest pool and get lost amongst the trees.
Families should opt for the two bedroom lodge which offers unobstructed views across the Keliki Valley.
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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.
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Paying Homage to the early 19th Century European settlers, the brand-new Capella Ubud is a boutique luxury tented camp located high in the rainforest on the outskirts of Bali’s cultural capital, Ubud.
Hidden from view, nestled amongst Bali’s hinterland is the newly opened Capella Ubud - the definition of luxury oasis. A boutique hotel, this unique hideaway features just 22 one-bedroom tents and a two-bedroom lodge making it the ideal Balinese retreat for those looking for a unique and inspired accommodation offering.
Inspired by nature and its surroundings, each tent, be it valley, river or rainforest located, allows guests to relax and listen to the sounds of nature and the nearby Wos river – the ideal way to unwind during your stay in Bali. Each opulent tent features a private salt water plunge pool, spacious outside decking area and luxury day beds. Grand dark wooden hand-crafted Indonesian furniture is complimented by large windows and open-air bathrooms, all working in harmony to create a luxurious accommodation and retreat.
Dining at Capella Ubud is equally impressive with a team of chefs on hand to create inspired Indonesian feasts or exclusive private dining requests. For entertainment, guests can explore the nearby paddy fields or local villages on the hotels complimentary bicycles or relax on your private decking and enjoy a traditional Indonesian massage. Alternatively relax in the Capella Library and enjoy the sounds of nature and a good book. The center of Ubud is only a short car ride away and complementary transfers run throughout the day allowing guests to enjoy Ubud’s many attractions and experiences.
Capella Ubud would be the ideal choice for couples looking to escape for a few days or family’s intent on getting back to nature and reconnecting. Capella Ubud offers a unique change to that of central Ubud based accommodation and is a welcome addition to Bali’s dynamic hotel scene.
Each opulent tent, inspired by its natural surroundings features a private salt water plunge pool, en-suite inside bathrooms, spacious outside decking area and luxury day beds. Choose between the terrace retreats which overlook Ubud's many rice paddies or opt for the rainforest or valley retreats for complete immersion in nature. Alternatively the river retreats are located on lower ground next to the nearby Wos River whilst the family accommodation, The Lodge is a two-bedroom, split level accommodation with extensive outside decking - the perfect place to unwind with your family after a day exploring Ubud and the surrounding area.
Grand dark wooden hand-crafted Indonesian furniture is complimented by large windows and additional open-air bathrooms, all working in harmony to create a luxurious accommodation and retreat.
Children are very welcome at Capella Ubud although no formal children's activities or facilities are available.
Featuring a variety of dining options, eating at Capella Ubud is an experience in itself. Inspired by nature and using fresh and local ingredients, guests can choose from Mads Lange - a split level dining room serving expertly crafted plated meals or alternatively guests can opt to dine by the camp fire for a more low key intimate experience. For guests that like to get involved in the action, the Robatayaki Grill offers the ideal choice - meet your chefs and see your dinner being freshly prepared in an intimate yet lively atmosphere.
Capella Ubud offers a complimentary shuttle service into Ubud for all guests to enjoy the restaurants, galleries, temples, shops and atmosphere of this wonderful town. Complimentary bicycles allow guests to explore the varied delights of the surrounding area from villages to paddy fields and temples.
Alex Ancira (Staff)
If you're looking for an experience unlike any other you will find in Bali, or maybe even the world, Capella is your place! Tucked into the jungle, you truly feel like you stepped onto a luxurious campsite, and every part of your experience will play into that. When you arrive, you receive a walking stick and your "camping essentials" kit complete with sunscreen, bugspray, and bandages (just in case of course). There was not a detail that went unnoticed with the design of this resort. From the small suspension bridge you cross to get to your villa, to the vintage "luggage" in your room that opens up to reveal your mini bar, to the kerosene lanterns you will find sprinkled throughout the resort, to the walls designed to look like a camping tent, to the toilet that you do not notice is a toilet at first (or second) glance - I could go on and on. But each of these elements blends together to transport you to a world of 18th century luxury camping. Perfect for the curious minds, and able bodied, Capells Ubud is not a resort to miss!
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Location & directions
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Capella Ubud is located the village of Desa Keliki, on the fringe of the artists’ town of Ubud, a small town and Bali’s cultural hub, overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley and River Oos.
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