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Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Why we like it
- Mandapa’s architecture and design is inspired by an indigenous Balinese village
- Just 60 villas and suites surrounded by verdant rice terraces, the soothing Ayung river, lush forest and an on-site temple
- Certified butler or ‘patih’ service available around the clock for all room categories
- Indulge in one of the tailor made Wellness & Health Programs which are based upon the 6 pillars of wellbeing; Balinese spa, body therapies, detox and nutrition, Chinese medicine, healing and alternative therapies
Green Camp at Mandapa, a nature-oriented ‘educational’ program, is a great opportunity for children to explore the Balinese culture.
Our consultant (Annie Jensen) really was excellent designing a great itinerary minimising our time waiting around for transfers and both hotels, Four Seasons Bali and Oberoi Lombok exceeded our exceptions.
- SL, Hertfordshire
Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is located in Ubud which has been the spiritual and cultural heart of Bali for thousands of years. Your stay at the reserve will be a mindful journey into the extraordinary – a full emersion inside the native Ubud Culture, recreating the Balinese way of living.
Room interiors are all beautifully appointed in traditional Balinese style and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure all accommodation is filled with abundant natural light. All rooms and suites include a private terrace and boast a large marble bathroom with a romantic stand-alone bath and rain shower. Maid service is provided twice daily and 24-hour butler service is available.
Denpasar (British Airways via Singapore, Thai Airways via Bangkok)
16 hours 30 minutes via Singapore
GMT +8 hours
Visa required for UK passport holders, issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
April - October
Indonesia is located very close to the Equator which means you have 12 hours of daylight daily. It is a year round destination with the western monsoon bringing the wet season from October to April providing nice, warm temperatures and rain in the afternoon, perfect for a nap, especially with a twist of sea-breeze in the coastal areas. The eastern monsoon brings the drier weather from May to September, which is generally a more popular time to visit
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