Surround yourself with Bali's serenity at Capella Ubud, nestled amid a lush rainforest and rice paddy fields.
It’s easy to embrace the rich culture of Bali at the Capella Ubud. Palms hover overhead and the sounds of the chirping birds fluttering in the dense rainforest greet you each morning as you sip on a cup of coffee. This is your private and hidden sanctuary, away from the bustle and buzz of the everyday world.
Charming interiors are inspired by adventure-seekers of the 1800s. Intricately-carved wood panels and colorful, patterned wall coverings add to the sensation of being cocooned by the natural essence of Bali. This age-gone-by style blends harmoniously with modern comforts. Unwind in a spacious lounge and drift off in the plush bed. Eco-conscious guests will appreciate that no trees were cut during construction of the resort, making it blend effortlessly into the pristine environment.
Guests can choose from 22 unique tents or a two-bedroom lodge. Soak in the private salt water Jacuzzi, and take a dip in the outdoor rain forest pool. Freshen up in outdoor and indoor bathrooms. Take in the fresh air on the outdoor decks and enjoy a private meal alfresco. Dine in the culinary tent or sample Asian street food barbecue at Api Jiwa. Gather around the camp fire at the main lodge as the storyteller spins local tales over a cup of hot chocolate and roasted marshmallows.
Pampering is a priority at the Auriga Spa at Capella Ubud, which bases treatments on the movement of the moon. The surroundings are lush, but the true goal of a journey to this luxury tented camp is to immerse yourself fully into the tranquility and culture of Bali.
Beyond your retreat, dive into the spirituality of Bali at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, a nature reserve and Hindu temple. The Wos River—just a stone’s throw away from this luxury camp—is considered sacred and locals often gather there for processions. Admire a collection of modern traditional Balinese paintings and wood carvings at the Puri Lukisan Museum. Shop in the Ubud Traditional Art Market to pick up some of the beautiful handicrafts and textiles crafted by area artisans. You can also visit a village that Bali’s miniature painters have called home for generations. See an exhilarating traditional dance performance involving a ring of fire.Request Information