As Bali gets quiet after its hectic New Years season, it’s actually the perfect time to book your next holiday. Hotels love it when you book early and book direct with them, so much so that they’ll make it worth while for you.
The Ayung Resort Ubud is now offering 40% off your stay with them, meaning that you can enjoy your little slice of paradise for less, or maybe for longer! By booking a minimum of 3 nights, you’ll also receive a free airport pick up and a one-time 15-minute head and shoulder massage for 2 guests.
Promotion available for bookings until 20 December 2018:
About The Ayung Resort Ubud
Cascading down the valley that surrounds the Ayung River, hidden in a thicket of tropical forest that defines the very nature of real Bali, sits Ayung Resort Ubud (voted one of the Top 25 Hotels in Indonesia). Lovers of nature, of art, of peace find themselves drifting into this cultured destination, delighting in the refined pleasures and luxuries offered daily at Ayung.
The resort enjoys views of the opposite valley bank, a rich, green wall of vegetation that remains a pleasure for anyone gazing out. This, along with the forest that surrounds Ayung, is becoming a cherished rarity in Bali; quiet, undeveloped areas are harder to come by these days. But Ayung has managed to preserve this ambience, the gift of seclusion, the resort’s pride and joy.
Ayung Resort has offers a range of accommodation from expansive Superior Rooms, lush Suites and Luxurious Villas housed in wood-carved, traditional joglo structures. The rooms and villas enjoy gorgeous views of either the valley or expansive swimming pool, and all offer the finest of fittings, from king-sized, four-posted beds, goose down pillows, marbled floors and palatial bathrooms – all done in classic Indonesian style.
The whole resort ground is peppered with art – statues, paintings, statues, artefacts, and even a wall carved into Indonesia’s most iconic monument, the Borobudur Temple. Even Ubud monkeys tend to wander the lower grounds in artistic curiousity. The monkeys are but proof of Ayung’s natural setting which must be shared with the real ‘locals’.
Now, whilst seclusion often means isolation, Ayung challenges this idea. Only 20-minutes to the town of Ubud, in which Ayung has many connections with top restaurants and tourist sites, staying here offers the best of both worlds. Although, with its own fine dining Restaurant (Wijaya Kusuma), a fully-equipped gym, daily activities and a spa experienced in the finest traditional therapies (Dewi Sri Spa), why would you ever want to leave?