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Amankila

Amankila

  • Amankila Suite at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
  • Aerial Shot of Pool and Sea at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
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  • Pool at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
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  • Indrakila Suite at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
  • Amankila Beach Club at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
  • Amankila Beach Club at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
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  • Amankila Suite at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
  • Beach Club Pool at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel
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Prices

low season

7 nights price fr £2,470pp

shoulder season

7 nights price fr £2,720pp

high season

7 nights price fr £2,720pp

Description

Immersed in charming centuries-old heritage, Amankila on the east coast of Bali is a resort with undeniable allure. Enticing and enigmatic, its layout draws inspiration from the nearby floating Karangasem palaces, a site revered for its fascinating and storied spiritual significance. For a refreshing break, bathe in the resort’s outstanding three-tiered pool that tumbles down the hillside like the surrounding cascading rice fields.

Once ensconced in your stilted Suite, Mount Agung, Lombok Strait and the private beach will become your daily vistas. Appearing to float among fragrant bougainvillea and frangipani trees, your very own treetop kingdom will be nestled amidst nature. Regional influence has been maintained in Suites, seen in the visually striking alang alang roofs, cathedral ceilings, canopied beds and expansive patios with coconut shell tables.

Sample intoxicating offerings at the resort’s ocean facing restaurant, where produce is garden-fresh. Vegetables and exotic fruits are grown in rich volcanic soil spread beneath Mount Agung. Local boats deliver fresh fish daily and ducks, a specialty here, are raised at the resort’s free-range farm in a nearby village. Locally made arak spirits, beer and ginger beer add a unique dimension to sundowners; choose your favourite while sat by the stunning pool.

Venture to the Beach Club for non-motorised water sports; the east Bali coast is one of the world’s best surfing locations. Amankila also has two boats available for day trips and snorkelling. The Club provides kayak, scuba diving and snorkelling equipment, promising guests boundless aquatic adventures. Explore the treasures that have risen from Bali’s unique variant of Hinduism; venture to the eleven-tiered fountain at Tirta Gangga water palace, or embark upon a private tour of the Romanesque royal palace.

LOCATION

60 minute drive from Denpasar International Airport

Accommodation

Amankila Suite

Overlooking the beach and Amuk Bay, the 660-square-metre (7,104 square feet) two-bedroom Amankila Suite offers a private butler service, large terrace and aquamarine-tiled pool

Indrakila Suite

Offering its own swimming pool and lounging bale (pavilion), the 249-square-metre (2,680 square feet) Indrakila Suite enjoys sea and temple views. It can be joined to Suite 35 to accommodate larger parties

Kilasari Suite

Situated high on the hillside overlooking the Lombok Strait, the 302-square-metre (3,251 square foot) Kilasari Suite has a 12-metre (39 feet) private infinity pool overlooking the mountainside as well as an expansive terrace

Pool Suite

Offering consummate privacy, a number of 204-square-metre (2,196 square feet) Pool Suites can be connected with Ocean and Garden Suites via the pool courtyard to accommodate larger groups

Ocean Suite

Spacious, stilted Ocean Suites face the Lombok Strait against the backdrop of Mt Agung. Elegantly spread over 94 square metres (1,104 square feet) with expansive terraces, they offer guests exceptional privacy

Garden Suite

Designed to offer guests privacy and maximise spectacular sea and hillside views, the 94-square-metre (1,011 square feet) stilted Garden Suites offer an expansive outdoor terrace

Facilities

Restaurant at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel

Dining

Amankila’s ocean-view Restaurant focuses on locally sourced ingredients. Traditional local techniques are combined with contemporary cooking styles for revitalising cuisine. Ducks are raised at the resort’s free-range farm in Jasri village; herbs are grown in Amankila’s garden; and cold smoking is done in the smokehouse. Vegetables and exotic fruits are the result of the rich volcanic soil spread beneath Mt Agung

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Spa

Drawing on the energy of east Bali, the Spa’s therapies aim for complete relaxation and presence in the moment. Natural ingredients are used in traditional Balinese baths, scrubs and wraps – available in the privacy of guest Suites, the massage pavilion, a beach bale or secluded open-air spot with tropical canopy

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Water Sports

The Bali coast is home to some of the world’s best surfing, and watersports including scuba diving, kayaking and snorkelling, all with guides, are also available

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Cruises

The waters of Amankila are teeming with options for discovery: regular cruises on the resort’s two boats, available for private charters, leave twice daily. Indonesia has the largest number of fish and coral species in the world, meaning virtually every stop in the shallow, pristine waters offers a new encounter.

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