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Hanging Gardens of Bali in Bali, Indonesia
Deep in the heart of Bali's rich rainforest, the enchanting Hanging Gardens of Bali sets the stage for an unforgettable journey into paradise. Granite, bamboo, and further varieties of organic elements adorn the 36 private guest villas and 2 suites, each of which features its own breathtaking infinity pool, rippling into the jungle below. The entire resort is built atop wooden pillars set among the steep rice terraces of Ubud's forest preserves, cradled between lush mountains and the winding Ayung River. Accommodations offer contemporary Balinese appointments, traditional Alang Alang thatched roofs, and unique features like pergolas, zen gardens, and oversize canopied beds. Streamlined design breathes beautiful minimalistic style, and creates thoroughly calming surroundings for your stay. The peaceful views are abundant, peering over the rainforest, river, and Segara Temple, which faces the resort from the opposite hillside.
The stunning and much-lauded twin-level cascading pools at Hanging Gardens of Bali have been deemed the world's best by the likes of Condé Nast Traveler, so take an ultra refreshing dip while looking out over the landscape and coconut palms. Meander throughout the property to enjoy its fertile tropical gardens, which produce ingredients like chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon, lemongrass, and coconut, all used in the resort's restaurant. To pamper the mind and body, Ayung Spa offers revitalizing treatments taken in the privacy of your own villa, or by the main pool or riverside. Dining is a multi-faceted experience at Ubud Hanging Gardens. The Restaurant features international cuisine showcasing local ingredients, in a serene setting of pure tranquility. The chef uses a modern and innovative cooking approach that combines global flavors with a strong focus on quality ingredients, all infused with creativity and originality. The casual River Café overlooks the Ayung River and serves up healthy salads and fresh wraps, and private dining or picnic baskets stashed with an array of edibles are additional options for meals. The sublime bar and lounge, near the main pool, features living room-style seating plus a wall of doors that push to the side blending the outdoors with the interiors. Refreshing drinks and cocktails help to put you in a deeper mode of bliss. Hanging Gardens Ubud offers supreme luxury and ultimate privacy combined with premium services, set in the abundant and breathtaking Bali countryside.
Location of Hanging Gardens of Bali
Nearest Airport: DPS
Amenities for Hanging Gardens of Bali
- General Information
- 38 Villas and Suites
- Private Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Shuttle Service
- Spa on Property
- Infinity Pools
- Wedding Planning Services
- In-Room Amenities
- DVD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Outdoor Showers
- Private Pools
- Bottled Water
- Private Terraces
- Work Desks
- Cooking Classes
- Mountain Biking
- River Rafting
- Arts & Crafts
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Cool Pools
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Hanging Gardens of Bali
Must visit if you're in Ubud. Imagine having your morning coffee with the view of uninterrupted greenery. The resort itself is very quiet and peaceful with amazingly friendly staff. Insta worthy location for sure x
THIS!! What an amazing stay, beware of the loose monkeys though we found some on our balcony. The staff is so great, and esthetically it is one of the most gorgeous places I have ever seen. Stay here, it is worth every penny.
Santronya - Scottsdale, Arizona
We traveled on July 2017 therefore this is a late review but we certainly hoped things have improved since our visit. I agree with some reviews that this is not a 7-star property. Except for the infinity pool and lush surroundings, there is not much to shout about for its' price. Our room is dated and does not appear clean, it also has a musty smell to it which we have to open the sliding doors to air it out- while doing this we risk mosquitoes entering the room as there isn't a bug screen. I have to say the in-suite infinity pool is nice and we enjoyed our dip there while taking in the beautiful surroundings. On one of the evenings, we ventured to downtown Ubud with our one year old child. We attempted to arrange return transport back to the hotel but was told by the front desk to call the hotel and they will send a cab to pick us up. After dinner we asked restaurant staff to help us contact the hotel and send us a car but the hotel phone lines were down. The restaurant staff was very kind to keep us at the restaurant and continue trying, they even attempted to get a ride for us from downtown but it was a very busy night. We were also unable to flag down any available cabs in downtown Ubud. Finally we called Hanging Garden's sister property, Nandini Bali and informed them of our situation. I only know this by chance because our previous cab driver mentioned this on the way to Hanging Gardens. The front desk of Nandini managed to get in touch with Hanging Gardens and got a car for us, by then it was over 9pm and very dark especially trying to meander through the narrow roads to Hanging Gardens. When we arrived at Hanging Gardens, there were no apologies whatsoever from the front desk. The same person who asked us to call them prior to us leaving the hotel offers no apology and even charged us for the car trip. He simply said 'the phone lines were down', I'd expect a decent hotel to at least absorb the cab charges. Granted it may not be their fault that the phone lines are down but at least have the courtesy to allay our convenience. We just can not wait to leave the hotel at that point. We may expect a comment by management defending its' practices and questioning the reason we did not complain or mention all the above (as observed in previous reviews) but in all honestly, a hotel should anticipate these difficulties (dated rooms, musty smell etc) prior to offering rooms to their guests. Also with a young child in tow, it is low priority to make a scene at the hotel. All in all, apart from the pool and scenery, hotel is just average. Not a hotel to bring young children either, may be alright for couples. We stayed in Ritz Carlton Nusa Dua prior to this and it was such an enjoyable experience.
poppierye - New York City, New York
We were at the hanging gardens for our honeymoon, it was a wonderful experience, amazing views of the mountains from our room was beautiful. View from Infinity pool near the restaurant is breathtaking. Rooms are very well maintained also the private pools are clean and fresh. We opted for a picnic lunch by the river in the resort which costed us a whooping 250$ to end up eating few pieces of sandwiches, few fritters and fresh fruits and a piece of cake each, food was not at all upto the mark and was a total let down as we paid a huge price to eat something so tacky, so pro tip do not fall for these crazy options. Considering this is a 7 star location the food options in the only restaurant they have is bare minimal, they do not have many options for vegetarians, nothing close to what a 7star restaurant usually offers. Go here if you wish to enjoy the views and nature and relax, but this is not a place for people who love good food.
Itâ€™s Thursday, February 1st 2018 Around 3 pm, We arrived with our driver, the 3 of us were greeted by the staff in the lobby. Explained by the staff that as a non resident guest, we have packages to enjoy the resort. A package of restaurant visit = IDR 600,000 ++ / person (not including Pool access) , and a package of swimming pool visit = IDR 2,500,000 / person. On a first note, we canâ€™t have a look on the venue before we actually decided which package we are going to buy due to the resort is private resort. So 3 of us sat down on the sofa, assisted by one of the girl from the reception, decided to do the restaurant package. It was me, and 2 friends of mine from Australia. When the lady came back with the invoice to pay for the restaurant package entry, the receipt only consist restaurant package for 2. Right, 2 persons, which I guess the lady did not see me sitting there and talking to her in bahasa, or wether sheâ€™s just too racist to think that an Indonesian canâ€™t afford to eat there. Seriously this is a complete insult, There is no way you should make an assumption of who are going and who are not. Best, is to simply ask, â€śhow many of you are going?â€ť Complete disappointment, And food at the restaurant was just fine Never, going to go back