Need to know
Thirty suites, plus one Amandari villa.
Noon; earliest check-in is 2pm.
Double rooms from $730.00, excluding tax at 21 per cent.
Rates include daily breakfast and airport transfers.
Balinese rindik music – played on a bamboo flute – is played in the pool area between 7pm and 9pm each night. The sounds then float up atmospherically to where guests sit in the bar and restaurant.
No check-ins or check-outs are allowed on 7 March 2019, when Bali observes Nyepi Day (Day of Silence), although stays are still possible. Bali’s airport also closes for the day.
At the hotel
Infinity pool, library, boutique, gallery, spa, gym, tennis court, WiFi.
Our favourite rooms
We love the duplex Asmara and Ayung Suites, as these come with an upstairs bedroom and downstairs living area. Alternatively, Pool Suites 14 and 15 are extremely private, and have the advantage of coming with their own swimming pools.
Palm tree-shaded loungers overlook a 32-metre infinity pool, lined with green tiles, which offers views of the lush forest and rice paddies beyond.
A winding stone path leads through the gardens to lily pond adjacent Amandari Spa, where holistic treatments draw inspiration from traditional Balinese Melukat purification ceremonies, body scrub treatments used by Javanese Royalty and Balinese acupressure. Aman Spa’s natural product range is used in all of the body treatments, massages and facials. Spa specialists in residence include fascia-focussed healers, numerology shamans and joy coaches.
Bring a pair of trainers – after a couple of days of all-out relaxation, you’ll be itching to get up and play tennis, or take a long walk around Amandari’s stunning grounds.
Extra beds are available, on request, in every room category for US$125 a night a person; please check with the reservations team if you require more than one extra bed.
This hotel is better suited to couples - leave the children at home!