Ubud, Bali


Presided over by a sacred stone tiger, Amandari was designed after a traditional Balinese village on the verdant lip of the Ayung River Gorge. Free-standing guest suites are reached via winding pathways, while the curving swimming pool mimics the rice paddies below. Close to the artistic centre of Ubud, this place of peace invites both reflection and the exploration of Bali’s cultural heart. 


Savour authentic Balinese flavour

Amandari is perfectly placed to offer an ambrosial Indonesian culinary experience that showcases Bali’s cornucopia of seasonal produce and unique flavours.

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Discover Amandari

Presided over by a sacred stone tiger, Amandari offers full immersion into the history, culture and breathtaking landscapes of Bali, with an array of exclusive offers inviting guests to enjoy additional benefits.


Spiritual journey

Amandari takes a holistic approach to wellness, with the presence of a resident spiritual healer and therapies incorporating healing local ingredients to harmonise body and mind.

multi-destination journey

Bali & Beyond

An extended stay across a selection of Aman’s four Indonesian resorts is the ideal way to encounter the country’s wide-ranging natural and man-made attractions.


Cultural Immersion

Discover the unique lives of the Balinese, their Hindu rituals and unique craftsmanship through tours or comprehensive activities.

Getting here

Amandari lies in the village of Kedewatan, around a one and a half hour drive north of Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International Airport. 

Our multilingual reservations team is always available to help with travel planning, from booking a single night to multi-resort itineraries.


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Amandari Kedewatan
  • Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International Airport
  • A one and a half hour drive

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