Hotels & Accommodation

33 beautiful rooms suites and villas for your pleasure

In Wapa di Ume you can choose from 33 individual and beau- tiful units scattered down the gentle hillside overlooking rice fields and jungle. Newly built rooms and villas are connected with the “Laksmana Jula” bridge. Everywhere you are situated you will be surrounded by colors and sounds of the nature, everything is made out of wood in the rooms and painted in whitewash while the bathrooms are in made out of beautiful local stone with a view of a pri- vate courtyard. Rooms have been created to combine traditional Balinese design with modern style and comfort. Roofs are made out of bamboo or wood, and canopied beds allow cooling breezes to dance around you.

There are 15 Lanai Rooms in the size of 42 square meters. Nine older rooms are on a ground floor, and overlooking rice fields plus the have king size or twin beds and bath on the floor for a real indulgence. The new 6 unit Lanai Rooms are nestled into the valley of the river and have the balcony overlooking river bellow.

There are 8 Di Ume Suits in the size of 60 square meters in old and new part of the resort. Zou can choose if you want a view of the rice fields or riverbank. You will have a balcony, bath, and a shower with a view as well.

There are six villas with pool, and they have 144 square meters. Villas in new extension also have a private garden, daybeds and comfy cushions for luxurious lounging. There is also one Terrace Villa with a pool and open air terrace overlooking rice fields with two bedrooms, sunken bath tub, and semi open shower.

You can also choose to stay in Family Villa with a pool, also spread on 144 square meters and two floors. Or maybe Wapa Villa with the pool that has 120 square meters and three bedrooms for families of six peo- ple. Wherever you choose to stay you will have room or pool service, complimentary afternoon tea with Balinese cakes and com- plimentary yoga twice a week. Also free rice trekking, palm leaf workshops.

There is also cultural dinner in the open with Balinese dances on Saturday and free shuttle bus to Ubud center every hour.■

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