The Hanging Gardens of Bali is located in the heart of the jungle, and it offers guests luxury villas with stunning views. Not too far from the village of Pyangan, the hotel overlooks the Ayung River and the Dalem Segara temple. It is an award-winning property that is designed in a traditional manner with thatched roofs. The design helps it blend in seamlessly with the rain forest and rice terraces that are nearby. Surrounding the property, guests will find cocoa and coffee trees, as well as bamboo and orchids.
The private villas offer an intimate vacation full of luxurious amenities. There are 44 villas available in all, and each one is decked out in a combination of modern elements and traditional Balinese decor. Many of the furniture pieces are handmade, and there are plenty of exotic fabrics to enjoy. Some of the villas offer private pools, but all of them offer picturesque views of the surrounding landscape.
Onsite, guests will find the Three Elements Restaurant which offers an international menu prepared by a world-class chef. The traditional dishes are given a new spin with modern techniques. Using only organic fruits, vegetables, and spices that are sourced from the Bedugul farm located on the property. The fish and the other seafood items originate from East Asia and Australia.
The Three Elements Bar offers guests a space for cocktails in the open air. There is a premium wine list that accompanies the stunning views. Other dining options include the afternoon tea service and the river dining option.
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Cons:reception area very bad
|Check in anytime after 2:00 PM, check out anytime before 12:00 PM|
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The Hanging Gardens of Bali is a tremendous property. It has 44 individual villas, each offering a private escape from the world in incredible luxury and outstanding natural surroundings. With private plunge pools, deluxe rooms and great dining, the Hanging Gardens of Bali are a honeymooner’s dream destination, as well as a luxury location for couples, families and anyone who wants to pamper themselves and retreat from the world. Set in acres of Balinese jungle forest, there is a full spa and large pool to complement the many dining and relaxation spaces in the hotel.
The Spa at this hotel is the ultimate in relaxation. With outdoor and riverside treatments available, it creates a serene experience among the natural environment of the hotel. There are many different treatments and massage types, including beauty treatments, body wraps and skincare treatments. All of the products used are natural and eco-friendly and reflect a luxury approach to wellness and your health.
The Hanging Gardens of Bali is an incredibly romantic location with privacy, indulgence and drama built in. With cascading rivers, rolling forest and incredible birdlife, the hotel’s amenities are a practical reflection of the Balinese lifestyle, and couples report that it is a wonderful experience.
Food at the Hanging Gardens of Bali is considered an art form by any who have stayed there. You can dine beneath the stars on a floating island on the private pool or at a table in the outdoor grounds of the Dalem Segara Temple where a personal chef will prepare your dinner to order. The Three Elements Restaurant has a full à la carte menu and fine wine list. Dinner can also be served in your villa on your private terrace and to your choice of menu. The staff can also prepare a gourmet picnic to eat by the river or prepare a floating dinner boat in your own private infinity pool.
The accommodation, location, dining options and exclusive atmosphere make this a great wedding location and hotel for brides and grooms on honeymoon. You can have a small, intimate event which begins in the grounds of the hotel and finishes with dinner in your private villa or a larger affair in the Hidden Palace, which is a five-bedroom palace at the heart of the forest grounds. All wedding couples receive two nights accommodation, dining, drinks, a choice of outdoor wedding locations and a variety of other special touches.
The hotel staff can offer activities such as a Balinese cooking class, a guided walk through the jungle forest and into the rice paddy fields to unlock the secrets of the landscape the hotel is set in, as well as a spiritual journey to Ubud’s Padmasana Temple for a traditional Balinese blessing.
There is a family villa with its own private pool that can be booked at the hotel. Equally luxurious and private, this is a very popular family bonding experience. All dining options can be prepared with children in mind also.
Hanging Gardens of Bali is located at Desa Buahan Payangan, Gianyar, Bali, 6.7 miles from the center of Ubud. Tegalalang Rice Terrace is the closest landmark to Hanging Gardens of Bali.
Check-in time is 2:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Hanging Gardens of Bali.
Yes, Hanging Gardens of Bali offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Hanging Gardens of Bali offers free parking.
No, Hanging Gardens of Bali does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hanging Gardens of Bali is 23.8 miles from Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai. Hanging Gardens of Bali is 61.8 miles from Banyuwangi Blimbingsari.
No, pets are not allowed at Hanging Gardens of Bali.
Yes, Hanging Gardens of Bali has a pool onsite.