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Why Stay At Viceroy Bali
Just outside Ubud you'll find the chic Viceroy Bali, perched high above rice fields and the Petanu River Gorge.
Bali's Valley of the Kings, a misty setting so picturesque that it's lured Asian royalty since the 11th century, is a favorite destination for travelers who head to Indonesia in search of the country's mystic charms. It's among these rainforest foothills north of Ubud that you'll find the romantic Viceroy Bali. Composed of 25 thatched-roofed casitas with balé terraces and an infinity pool that overlooks rice fields, coconut plantations, and the Petanu River Gorge, the retreat has the intimacy of a family-run hotel—thanks to its owners, a couple from Sydney, Australia—as well as chic Viceroy pedigree (note the marble floors and floor-to-ceiling windows). Don't miss the Lembah Spa, where a 68-jet whirlpool takes center stage, and dinner at Cascades restaurant which fuses French-based cuisine with Asian flavors. The Rijsttafel tasting menu includes eight courses, which culminate in a surprise Balinese dessert chosen by the chef.
For the price of just a couple of cab rides, rent a motor scooter from Bali Motorbike and tour Ubud's countryside.
Don't forget to haggle: it's an integral part of Indonesian culture.
Arrive at Ngurah Rai Denpasar International Airport (DPS) which is approximately 25 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 60 minutes of travel time.Jln. Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Infinity-edge Pool
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Private Yoga Classes
- Tours + Excursions
- Private Pools
- Wi-Fi Internet
- 42" flat-screen TVs
- Satellite TV
- DVD Players
- iPod/iPhone Docking Stations
- Espresso Machines
- Luxury Coffee
- Turn-down Service
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Swim-up Bar
- Poolside Gazebo
- Bar + Lounge
- 24-hour in-room Dining
- Nightly rate is based on 2 adults. Up to 1 child may share for an additional nightly fee of $100
- Welcome drink
- Daily ŕ la carte breakfast
- Mini bar restocked daily with complimentary non-alcoholic drinks
- Complimentary Shuttle service to Ubud area
- Complimentary Internet access in villa
Why We Love Bali
Made up of more than a dozen small villages, Ubud is Bali's center for arts and handicrafts. Surrounding the city is lush jungle and thousand-year-old temples, including the well-known Goa Gajah.
Jalan Sri Wedari.
Wildlife Spotting: Go in search of long-tailed macaque monkeys inside Ubud's Sacred Monkey Forest, a sanctuary that's home to more than 600 species of primates. Stay alert: The monkeys can be endearing, but they have been known to snatch keys, necklaces, and other shiny items from travelers.
Jalan Monkey Forest
Where to Eat: Bubu Warung restaurant is a favorite among travelers and expats for its classic take on Indonesian dishes, such as the babi guling (roasted pork rice), served on the open-air, bamboo deck.
Jalan Penestanan Kelod.
Dinner for two $25.
Where to Drink: The Flava Lounge in Ubud is the place for lively music and regular karaoke events. Grab a seat on the patio and order Arak Madu, mixed with locally-produced arak aperitif, honey, and lime.
Jalan Pengosekan, Ubud.
Drinks for two $20.
Why Go Now
Now through November 3, 2013
Radiantly Alive Yoga Teacher Training
Yoga instruction includes lessons in anatomy and Vinyasa and Tripsichore yoga at Ubud's Radiantly Alive studio.
Jalan Jembawan No. 3, Ubud.
November 2, 2013
Islanders commemorate the end of the holiday season with feasts, fun and entertainment.