Amori Villa Hotel

USD:

230

Rating:

9.2/10

  • Nestled close to the Ubud's sacred rivers and surrounded by rice terraces, this wonderful villa hotel features a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere. Within the vicinity of various villages, guests are offered easy access to cultural products of Ubud like silver and goldsmiths in Celuk, mask carving and shadow puppets in Puaya, stone carving in Batubulan, dance and gamelan in Batuan, and much more. Indeed a picturesque, sacred, and cultural destination of Bali, guests are bound to have a memorable holiday. Amori Villa Hotel boasts five intimate and luxurious suites which incorporate rare and distinctive Balinese architecture. They also offer modish facilities like a living and dining pavilion, kitchen, pool, and spa. A petite but remarkable hotel, Amori Villa Hotel is the example for romantic getaway.

  • Br. Dukuh Kawan, Pejeng Kawan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
    Br. Dukuh Kawan, Pejeng Kawan
    Bali, Bali, Indonesia

  • Policies

    Child and extra bed policy
    Infant 0-2 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
    Children 3-16 year(s) Must use an extra bed
    • Guests over 16 years old are considered as adults.
    • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
    When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
  • Useful info

    Airport transfer fee: 38USD
    Breakfast charge (unless included in room rate): 17USD
    Check-in from: 2:00 PM
    Check-out until: 12:00 PM
    Distance from city center: 6 km
    Distance to airport: 36 km
    Daily Internet/Wi-Fi fee: 0USD
    Number of restaurants: 1
    Number of rooms : 5
    Room voltage: 240
    Travel time to airport (minutes): 60
    Year hotel opened: 2009
  • Important notice

    Please be informed that Bali island celebrates Nyepi (Silent) Day each year on below dates. The Nyepi (Silent) Day is a day of absolute silence throughout the island. No outdoor activities are allowed including check in and check out from hotels. March 5, 2011