Amandari is designed on the same style as the charming local village within which it is located. While the 21st century has been so well accommodated with subtle necessity and in sympathetic style, Amandari's charm and luxury is bedded in its authentic architectural depiction of the neighbouring indigenous lifestyle.
The palette of honey, cream and white on simple fine lines, with hand woven batiks, is soothing, relaxing and appealing. Nothing interferes with the lush, tropical vegetation throughout the resort; the dense equatorial greens of the surrounding plants, palms and rice terraces are reflected in the resorts many glistening pools. Balinese-style stone gateways front Amandari's 30 walled, thatched-roof suites, each with a private garden courtyard. Wireless broadband connections are available in all resort accommodations and public areas.
All suites offer a garden courtyard, living area and wall-sized sliding glass doors that open on three sides to the lush surroundings. The bathroom features twin vanities and dressing areas, a separate shower and toilet and an outdoor sunken marble bath behind a glass door.
Walled but entirely open to the sky, the sunken tub is framed by large stone planters of ferns and heliconia. Suites come either as a single-storey or two-level duplex. The duplexes have a queen-size, four-poster bed on a mezzanine level while the single-storey suites offer a king-size bed.Village suites
Village Suites feature either a large combined bedroom and living room or a ground floor living room with a separate queen-sized bedroom on a mezzanine level.
These are identical to Village Suites but offer views of the Ayung Valley or surrounding paddy fields.
These are Valley Suites that feature their own private pool with views overlooking the Ayung Valley or paddy fields.
Asmara and ayung suite
Both of these are duplexed suites with large private swimming pools and sweeping views of the adjacent rice terraces and valley.
This suite offers one or two detached bedrooms along with a separate living room pavilion. There is also a private swimming pool and an outdoor bale
of teak and bamboo with outstanding views of the Ayung Gorge.
Overlooking the verdant Ayung River gorge, the villa includes five pavilions – three detached, terrace-style bedrooms, a separate living room walled entirely with windows, and a fully fitted kitchen. A garden and landscaped deck embrace the two-tiered swimming pool. The villa is less than a minute’s drive from Amandari and a vehicle is on call.
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Bars and Restaurants:
The Restaurant, open to the breezes and crafted largely of teak wood, overlooks Amandari's swimming pool and the gorge. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and specialises in Western and local Indonesian dishes. The Bar, with its terrace seating, features a wide selection of drinks.