Bali, Indonesia

Como Uma Canggu

Price per night from$216.00

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD216.00), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Como goes surfing


Echo Beach perch

Trust Como to put a cosmopolitan spin on surfing: Como Uma Canggu channel’s Bali’s famous surf culture, but adds a generous dose of luxe. There’s a chilled-to-horizontal Beach Club (cue seafood feasts and fruit-packed cocktails), an utterly lovely lagoon pool and an array of spacious, soothing sleeping quarters that are equally suited to canoodling couples and fun-seeking families. Since this is Como, there’s also a knee-weakeningly blissful spa, where hushed treatment rooms, nimble-knuckled masseuses and fragrant Como Shambhala lotions and potions await. Hang 10…

Smith Extra

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A Como Shambhala aromatherapy gift; GoldSmiths staying in a Residence also receive a welcome cocktail for two, served in-room or at the Como Beach Club


Photos Como Uma Canggu facilities

Need to know


One-hundred and nineteen, including three suites.


11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm.


Double rooms from £206.25 ($261), including tax at 21 per cent.

More details

Rates usually include buffet breakfast, plus a welcome drink, local bottled water and daily group yoga sessions.


No arrivals or departures are permitted on Nyepi (the Day of Silence) in March. Guests staying on Nyepi are expected to remain on site.

At the hotel

Public beach; waterfront Beach Club; Jungle Sports Centre; Tropicsurf programmes; yoga and Pilates; select family-friendly activities; valet parking. In rooms: TV, DVD player, WiFi, Como Shambhala bath products, air conditioning, free bottled water, kettle, tea- and coffee-making kit.

Our favourite rooms

Lagoon Pool Residences have direct access to that giant lagoon pool, so you can swim to and from your bedroom. The Uma Pool Residences offer a little more seclusion, and come with their own 10-metre private pool.


The massive lagoon pool is shared between three of the five main buildings; there’s also a tempting al fresco pool at the Beach Club. (Both are family-friendly; one is supervised by a lifeguard.)


The Como hotel group is world-famous for its spas – and Como Uma Canggu’s temple to wellness doesn’t let the side down. Expect eight treatment rooms and a dizzying choice of treatments.

Packing tips

Bring your best bikinis, beach shorts and beach hair.


Como Uma Canggu has a dedicated disabled-access room with an extra-spacious bathroom adapted for wheelchair-users; this room is accessible by lift.


Little Smiths will love it here. Babysitting can be arranged with two hours’ notice; all of the Residences have a kitchenette, making them ideal for families.

Food and Drink

Photos Como Uma Canggu food and drink

Top Table

As close to the waves as possible without falling in.

Dress Code

Socialite surfer: beachwear, beach hair and mermaid- or merman-worthy accessories.

Hotel restaurant

The Beach Club’s restaurant is a light and breezy open-plan space, with relaxed, friendly service and an industrial-warehouse-feel to its styling. Black-and-white metal columns are complemented by black, white and grey chairs; the menu is more colourful, starring Como’s signature healthy, international cuisine. Begin the day with nasi goreng, laksa or chicken broth with quail’s eggs if you’re feeling adventurous; end it with local seafood, cooked to toothsome perfection on the wood-fired grill. (Save room for wood-roasted pineapple with coconut gelato and pineapple rum for dessert.)

Hotel bar

Sample devilishly good tropical cocktails – a Cojito perhaps, starring coconut, rum, lime and mint – at the Beach Club. Snuggle up next to your favourite colour-pop cushions on the comfy grey banquettes.

Last orders

Como Beach Club is open from 7am until 11pm.

Room service

The tempting room-service menu includes health-food salads, posh toasties, burgers and more.


Photos Como Uma Canggu location
Como Uma Canggu
Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan, Echo Beach

Como Uma Canggu is a five-minute walk from popular Echo Beach in Canggu: a ravishing resort village on Bali’s south coast.


Ngurah Rai International Airport is an hour away by car. Hotel transfers cost IDR572,000 one way, for up to three passengers in a car. Let Smith24 take care of your flights.


You’re unlikely to bring wheels with you to an Indonesian island, but if you do, the hotel has valet parking.

Worth getting out of bed for

Spend at least half a day in the amazing Como spa. Visit Tanah Lot: Bali’s famous sea temples, which are just 12 kilometres away (staff can arrange a tour). Take a trip into Ubud for the day: visit more temples, explore the emerald rice paddies and visit Ubud market. (Eat, eat and eat again, while you’re there.) Embark on a bike ride through the rice paddies in Ceking – an hour from the hotel – and around cinematic Ubud. Perfect your surf game with help from Tropicsurf, the hotel’s partner surf school.

Local restaurants

La Brisa beach club and restaurant is right opposite the hotel – and it’s worth popping over for a leisurely lunch or romantic dinner. Deus ex Machina is a multi-talented restaurant, café, motorbike shop and clothing store hybrid. Dishes fuse Indonesian and Western influences; it’s fun for lunch and adds live music to the mix at dinner. The Lawn in Canggu serves international cuisine in a loungey beach-club setting; it’s popular for good reason.