The Royal Pita Maha
Superb wining and dining options at The Royal Pita Maha tantalize taste buds with menus of regional cuisine and international specialties. Dewata Lounge is all about Balinese elegance, while Ayung Organic Restaurant nourishes the body, mind and spirit. There is also cuisine from around the globe served in the uplifting ambience of Ayung Valley Restaurant.
Blessed with uninterrupted views of tropical greenery, The Royal Pita Maha embraces a spiritually charged parcel of landscape in rural Ubud on the island of Bali. This luxury resort has been built with rare sensitivity towards the surrounding environment in an area that descends down to the banks of the Ayung River. Designed to celebrate the traditions, art and culture of Bali, the resort features a collection of private pool villas and supporting facilities overlooking the timeless beauty of the Ayung River. The Royal Pita Maha is a sanctuary for travelers seeking to recharge the body, mind and spirit in the Balinese village of Ubud.
The Royal Pita Maha
US$ 85 / person
Romantic Candle Light Dinne with One Thousand Candles
Rp. 4,500,000 net / couple
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Pita Maha Resort & Spa
Pita Maha Resort & Spa anticipates the culinary needs of in-house guests with a choice of dining options. Terrace Restaurant is a stunning setting spread across two levels and caters to all taste preferences with an exceptional menu of local Balinese and international cuisine.
Light bites and refreshments are served throughout the day in the social ambience of The Lounge.
Sanctuary for Sensory Indulgence
Etched into a hillside overlooking the Tjampuhan ridge, Pita Maha Resort & Spa encompasses 24 private villas in a style reminiscent of a Balinese village. Located just 5 minutes from central Ubud, this boutique hotel is an elegant retreat steeped in local tradition. Named after the artistic association that nurtured creative talent during the 1930's, Pita Maha Resort & Spa is an elegant hotel in Ubud where travellers can experience the true charm of Bali. Pita Maha means 'great shining' and this boutique resort honours the island's artistic legacy.
Hotel Tjampuhan Spa
Hotel Tjampuhan Spa satisfies appetites with an array of delicious dining options. Oos Terrace serves flavoursome cuisine from an extensive menu featuring Balinese specialty dishes as well as a choice of international culinary delights.
Legendary since 1928
Hotel Tjampuhan Spa has been a legendary hotel in Ubud since 1928. As a royal guesthouse, it inspired numerous foreign artists, including German painter Walter Spies. This Bali hotel also provided a tranquil environment for visiting celebrities long before the days of tourism. Today, this legendary hotel in Ubud encompasses a collection of traditionally styled bungalows, guestrooms and the original home of Walter Spies in a timeless landscape of natural beauty. Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa is a tribute to Ubud's artistic heritage and the spirit of Balinese hospitality.