is hidden on the fringe of Ubud, overlooking the
Tjampuhan Valley amid fenceless fields carved
out of hillsides backed by the curve of coconut
palms and banyan trees wrapped in vines.
The river Oos runs below; to one side stands
a mountain. This topography concentrates both
magic and energy in the whispering grass concealing
The fourteen superior Terrace Rooms, located throughout
the resort, are each 45sq metres with garden terraces.
There are ten Garden Rooms positioned along the
northern perimeter, all 53sq metres with a private
The three Uma Pool Suites have infinity-edge
pools and uninterrupted views across the valley
down to the snaking river. The Uma Suite is similar,
but without a pool.
The Shambhala Suite, located on the southern
edge of the resort, has possibly the best infinity-edge
pool, and a private treatment area.
Facilities & Services
Facilities at Uma Ubud include Kemiri restaurant
serving wholesome, Balinese-inspired food by our
Australian chef, formerly at Rockpool in Sydney,
latterly at Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos.
COMO Shambhala Retreat at Uma Ubud offers Asian-inspired,
holistic therapies, an open air yoga pavilion
for group and private practice, meditation bale,
reflexology area, steam, sauna, gym, four treatment
rooms and an expansive jade green pool.
On any day, guests can make use of English-speaking
guides for excursions, including hiking, museum
and festival visits. There are complimentary daily
yoga classes available.
Guests can also take advantage of complimentary
WIFI (Wireless Internet Access) in the lobby,
bar and restaurant areas. They can also freely
use the Library, which also provides Internet
Special competitive Offline room rates will only be offered according to the type of rooms required, number of rooms, length of stay and period of stay (low / high / peak season periods).
Land tour arrangement package of airport return transfer + 1x full day tour including lunch and dinner is compulsory to be taken with a minimum 3 nights stay.