Have you heard about the Hanging Gardens Of Bali?
Perched on steep slopes of the misty Ayung River valley, Hanging Gardens Of Bali (the thatched-roof villas) seems to float above the mist, rising from the lush rain forest.
Hanging Gardens Of Bali is built on a very steep slope descending straight to the Ayung River.
So steep is the descent that a cable had to be installed on the grounds of the hotel, serving as the main way of transportation.
The cable tram ride begins by the reception and lobby, the highest point of the hotel, and ends at the bottom of the gorge, by the spa and the café overlooking the river.
Halfway down, there is the Three Elements restaurant and bar and one of the most famous swimming pools in Bali: the two-level, infinity-edge basins of elliptical shape.
Designed for the maximum effect, the striking form of the multi-tier pool appears suspended over the dense rainforest, giving a unique sensation of floating above the treetops.
The villas are elegant, simple and romantic, and are decorated with hints of ethnic style.
The bedroom, sporting a four-poster bed and floor-to-ceiling windows, opens to the terrace and infinity pool. And most villas have a remarkable view of the valley.
The amazing views are one of the key elements of the experience here. The sight of the mist lifting from the lush jungle growing in the Ayung Valley as you chill in the private swimming pool is a memory worth keeping.
The lavish jungle resort is known for its infinity pool and phenomenal views, and sure, you can book a table for two at its Three Elements Restaurants to overlook the surrounding foliage.
With pampering culinary experiences, which include a floating candlelit dinner at the pool, a lush picnic by the river, and an evening meal at the ancient Dalem Segara Temple, you’ll be served by a personal chef and given a traditional Balinese welcome by a priest upon arrival.
With a secluded location about 30 minutes from Ubud, the hotel offers a peaceful, rain forest getaway, complete with a luxurious spa and dining options that range from an on-site restaurant, batang, and cafe, to romantic private dining experiences.
Located in Ubud (meaning “healing”) the location is home to some of Bali’s great artists and cultural guardians. The local medicinal plants and laughing rivers make this the perfect setting for a five-star boutique hotel.