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Why Stay At Karma Kandara
Secluded 5-star resort set on a cliff perched some 300 feet above the deep blue Indian Ocean.
Built from white limestone, Karma Kandara occupies a pristine locale on exclusive Southern Bali's shores. Pass through vibrant aquamarine, green or yellow-colored wooden doors to get to the freestanding private villas positioned along winding pathways. All have private plunge pools and fully equipped kitchens. Interconnecting pavilions constitute the bright and airy interiors, which are designed with marble surfaces, varnished teak and original artwork. Take a trip on the hotel's private inclinator to reach the proprietary Nammos Beach Club for lounging on the water's edge, Bintang beer in hand. Can't get enough of the plein air vibe? Semicircular di Mare restaurant, serving Mediterranean dishes spiced up with Pan-Asian flavors, incorporates the property's natural assets of endlessly blue sea and sky into its layout, which boasts a breezy open-sided dining patio. The resort's centerpiece is Karma Spa with innovative facilities like an infrared glass-walled sauna (said to foster cell detoxification) and a saltwater regeneration pool. The Spa's healing philosophy is based on marine ingredients featuring oxygen facials using sea salt and wild kelp.
If you don't feel like eating out, but cooking isn't in the cards either, arrange for hotel staff to barbecue dinner for you in the privacy of your villa.
Traveling with kids? Make sure to visit the resort's Three Monkey's Kids Club which offers not only activities tailored to children but the entire family.
Arrive at Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) which is approximately 11 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 35 minutes of travel time.Jalan Villa Kandara, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan Tuban Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Beach Access
- Beach Club
- Outdoor Pool
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Yoga Sessions
- Detox Sauna
- Private Villas
- Private Pools
- Fully-equipped Kitchens
- Dining Areas
- Air Conditioning
- LCD TVs
- Surround Audio Systems
- Air Conditioning
- Rooftop Bar
- Beachfront Dining
- Max occupancy in the 1 Bedroom is 2 adults + 1 child under 12
- Max occupancy in the 2 Bedroom is 4 adults + 2 children
- Max occupancy in the 3 Bedroom is 6 adults + 2 children
- Max occupancy in the 4 Bedroom is 8 adults + 2 children under 12
- Welcome refreshment on arrival
- Fruit bowl, replenished throughout your stay
- Access to Three Monkeys Karma's Kids Club
- Access to Karma Beach Bali
Why We Love Bali
Bali is a tropical paradise to surfers and beach bums, but also welcomes those in search of a luxury spot to chill. A number of sandy beaches, fecund rainforests and revered cultural sites meld vibrant nature with the island's distinct spiritual heritage.
Jl. Melasti, Banjar Kelod, Ungasan, Bali.
Where to Drink: Lofty panoramic Ocean views, balmy sea breezes and mid Eastern-style tapas render on-site rooftop Temple Lounge hands-down the coolest spot to order a lemongrass martini and kick back.
Best Day Trip: Travel 50 miles north to Pura Besakih; Bali's so-called Mother Temple. Dating back more than a thousand years, it's the island's holiest place of worship at nearly 3000 feet on the fertile slopes of extinct volcano Gunung Agung. Don't be deterred by peddlers. Hire a guide to avoid hassles and get prime snapshots. Tip: Wear a Sarong; it's mandatory.
Outdoor Excursion: Discover Bali's lush heartland during a white water rafting trip on Ayung River. Float past emerald rainforest dotted with mossy boulders and hidden waterfalls. Taking a dip is a must. Tour includes transfer, equipment and buffet lunch. $38 per person.
Why Go Now
October 11 - 15, 2013
Ubud Writers' Festival
International writers come together for workshops and podium discussions in the artsy town of Ubud.
Various locations around Ubud.
October 23, 2013
Beginning of a ten-day stretch of religious ceremonies, which celebrate the creation of the world and the return of ancestral spirits through prayer and offerings.
November 2, 2013
Islanders commemorate the end of the holiday season with feasts, fun and entertainment.