Bali isn’t just for beachgoers — there’s a whole interior jungle to be discovered.
In the heart of Ubud, Bali’s arts capital, nestled in the Campuhan river valley, a jungle hideaway awaits with magnificent vistas and a long infinity pool. In a tropical setting of sloping rice fields and coconut groves, Komaneka at Bisma hotel is ideally located just a 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Ubud.
Komaneka at Bisma hotel in Ubud, Bali exudes jungle luxe & serenity. Moreover, it really stands out for its five star service, extremely friendly staff and attention to detail. When we stayed here, we were amazed by Komaneka at Bisma’s little things. From the flower-filled tub on arrival, the bed time stories and candles on our terrace to the homemade cookies and even super comfortable pajamas for him & her, we just felt so pampered here.
The main building of Komaneka at Bisma hotel hugs a lush hill and houses the spectacular rooftop lobby, a restaurant overlooking Komaneka’s stunning lap pool, a gym and all the spacious hotel rooms. Next to the main building you can find some exclusive villas with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms. We stayed on the fourth floor in an 88 m2 Bisma Suite Room including a large balcony with sunbeds. The view from our room was absolutely breathtaking. All the rooms are really comfortable, luxurious and decorated in a modern chic Asian style with lots of dark wood.
Top notch food is served in the hotel restaurant above Komaneka at Bisma’s infinity pool. The menu consists of Indonesian specialties like Gado Gado, Bebek Goreng (deep fried crispy local duck) and Ayam Bumbu Bali (grilled chicken breast with Balinese spices) and international dishes such as yummy soups, salads, pastas, pizzas and much more. Feeling romantic? Book a romantic moonlight dinner or candlelight dinner to celebrate love, life & happiness.
After your power breakfast in the morning, check out the sexy pool for some laps, poolside lounging and taking instagrammable pics. The riverside Komaneka at Bisma Spa is where can enjoy divine spa treatments while listening to the jungle soundtrack, the yoga classes make you feel energetic & balanced and the cycling tours through traditional villages and beautiful rice paddies offer a true Balinese experience. Life is good in the jungle, the mighty jungle!