COMO Uma Ubud
COMO Uma Ubud is nestled among paddy fields and hills, all 46 rooms and suites exude the charm of a traditional Indonesian village. Except the feel is quietly contemporary, from bedrooms to landscaped courtyards to infinity-edged plunge pools. The result is a fresh, original spirit that feels sleek even as it recognises Uma Ubud’s cultural context.
The resort exudes the charm of a traditional Indonesian village even as they cosset guests in sleek, light-filled spaces with all the conveniences and comforts of a modern resort. Narrow paths defined by tall, lushly planted walls lead between rooms and suites, each of which have their own tropical garden. Large windows and indigenous materials both inside and out bring the natural landscape in, from the amply sized bedrooms and black-and-white bathrooms to the landscaped courtyards and infinity-edged plunge pools.
At COMO Uma Ubud, the focus is on modern, light cuisine that shows the utmost respectful for local nuances. Kemiri’s menu revives traditional Indonesian dishes while also offering contemporary interpretations of the cuisines of neighbouring countries. In addition to Asian dishes, Uma Cucina the restaurant and lounge bar with a street-side setting at the front of COMO Uma Ubud serves Italian-inspired food. They also have thier healthy COMO Shambhala Cuisine for those who like lighter, nutritionally rich menus and a special children’s menu offering for younger palates.
Discover the calming spirit of Bali at COMO Shambhala Retreat where they offer a full range of their holistic, Asian-inspired treatments. There is an open-air yoga pavilion overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley where you can practice yoga on a daily complimentary session or on a private session. The four serene treatment rooms, meanwhile – as well as a reflexology area, gym and 25m outdoor pool – all evoke Bali’s peaceful, health-giving spirit.
COMO Uma Ubud, is an intimate, rural hotel located in inland Bali, near the artists’ town of Ubud. Bali is known for its lush topography, expansive beaches and ancient performing and visual arts—all of which can be accessed through COMO’s highly trained English-speaking guides. The estimated 20,000 Hindu temples and shrines found here have given Bali its title of ‘the Island of the Gods’ and every aspect of life on Bali is accompanied by religious ritual. In addition to cultural tours, physical adventurers are well catered for with walking, hiking, biking and rafting tours also available.