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Alila Jakarta

Jakarta, IndonesiaMap

Jakarta, Indonesia’s massive, heaving capital, can easily leave visitors feeling frazzled. All the more reason to stay at the Alila Jakarta, a 246-room respite in center of the central business district, overlooking the National Museum. Architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall gave the property a minimalist aesthetic that exudes disarming calm. The clean-lined lobby, for example, is adorned with gallery-quality abstract art that’s brightened by soaring floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking...

Jakarta, Indonesia’s massive, heaving capital, can easily leave visitors feeling frazzled. All the more reason to stay at the Alila Jakarta, a 246-room respite in center of the central business district, overlooking the National Museum. Architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall gave the property a minimalist...

Jakarta, Indonesia’s massive, heaving capital, can easily leave visitors feeling frazzled. All the more reason to stay at the Alila Jakarta, a 246-room respite in center of the central business district, overlooking the National Museum. Architectural firm Denton Corker...

Jakarta, Indonesia’s massive, heaving capital, can easily leave visitors feeling frazzled. All the more reason to stay at the Alila Jakarta, a...

from$58

Alila Manggis

Bali, IndonesiaMap

Its bewitching natural backdrop is reason alone to venture to this resort, tucked between the sea and Mount Agung in eastern Bali. This rich landscape is what Singapore- based Kerry Hill Architects capitalized on when designing the 55-room property. In the lobby, a thatched roof and latticed screens crafted from stone nod to traditional Balinese design, while geometric orange beams and polished marble floors add contemporary juxtapositions. The clean-lined rooms, set in a quartet of two-story...

Its bewitching natural backdrop is reason alone to venture to this resort, tucked between the sea and Mount Agung in eastern Bali. This rich landscape is what Singapore- based Kerry Hill Architects capitalized on when designing the 55-room property. In the lobby, a thatched roof and latticed screens crafted from stone...

Its bewitching natural backdrop is reason alone to venture to this resort, tucked between the sea and Mount Agung in eastern Bali. This rich landscape is what Singapore- based Kerry Hill Architects capitalized on when designing the 55-room property. In the lobby, a thatched roof...

Its bewitching natural backdrop is reason alone to venture to this resort, tucked between the sea and Mount Agung in eastern Bali. This rich...

from$144

Alila Seminyak

Bali, IndonesiaMap

This eco-forward resort lies on an undeveloped stretch of Bali’s burgeoning yet still remote west coast, just steps from the Indian Ocean. Designer Gaurang Khemka of the Singapore-based URBNArc blended the property’s verdant surroundings into the communal spaces, with shrubs rimming landscaped terraces, living wall exteriors, and garden-swathed roofs. The 240 airy rooms showcase Alila’s commitment to sustainability with recycled woods, rainwater harvesting systems, and state-of-the-art...

This eco-forward resort lies on an undeveloped stretch of Bali’s burgeoning yet still remote west coast, just steps from the Indian Ocean. Designer Gaurang Khemka of the Singapore-based URBNArc blended the property’s verdant surroundings into the communal spaces, with shrubs rimming landscaped terraces, living...

This eco-forward resort lies on an undeveloped stretch of Bali’s burgeoning yet still remote west coast, just steps from the Indian Ocean. Designer Gaurang Khemka of the Singapore-based URBNArc blended the property’s verdant surroundings into the communal spaces, with shrubs...

This eco-forward resort lies on an undeveloped stretch of Bali’s burgeoning yet still remote west coast, just steps from the Indian Ocean. Designer...

from$296

Alila Solo

Surakarta, IndonesiaMap

Heir to the Mataram Kingdom, historic Solo, or Surakarta, is home to royal palaces and centuries-old temples on Indonesia’s island of megacities, Java. Designed by architects Denton Corker Marshall, the Alila Solo, situated along the city’s main artery, rises from the low-slung landscape. From above, the facade forms a star-like pattern, with a main tower circled by eight low-lying structures. Inside, light-hued wood adds warmth to a cool mix of marble, travertine, and granite. A...

Heir to the Mataram Kingdom, historic Solo, or Surakarta, is home to royal palaces and centuries-old temples on Indonesia’s island of megacities, Java. Designed by architects Denton Corker Marshall, the Alila Solo, situated along the city’s main artery, rises from the low-slung landscape. From above, the facade...

Heir to the Mataram Kingdom, historic Solo, or Surakarta, is home to royal palaces and centuries-old temples on Indonesia’s island of megacities, Java. Designed by architects Denton Corker Marshall, the Alila Solo, situated along the city’s main artery, rises from the...

Heir to the Mataram Kingdom, historic Solo, or Surakarta, is home to royal palaces and centuries-old temples on Indonesia’s island of megacities...

from$45

Alila Ubud

Gianyar, IndonesiaMap

Many visits to Bali revolve around the temples, fresh juice shops, and craft-filled boutiques in the island’s heart, Ubud. Yet just 15 minutes away from the cultural epicenter, along the Ayung River Valley, Alila Ubud is situated in a primeval landscape of ancient volcanoes and misty jungle. Singapore-based Kerry Hill Architects designed the 68-room property like a traditional Balinese village, with courtyards and terraces fashioned out of terrazzo tiles, crushed rock, and thatched roofs.

Many visits to Bali revolve around the temples, fresh juice shops, and craft-filled boutiques in the island’s heart, Ubud. Yet just 15 minutes away from the cultural epicenter, along the Ayung River Valley, Alila Ubud is situated in a primeval landscape of ancient volcanoes and misty jungle. Singapore-based Kerry...

Many visits to Bali revolve around the temples, fresh juice shops, and craft-filled boutiques in the island’s heart, Ubud. Yet just 15 minutes away from the cultural epicenter, along the Ayung River Valley, Alila Ubud is situated in a primeval landscape of ancient volcanoes...

Many visits to Bali revolve around the temples, fresh juice shops, and craft-filled boutiques in the island’s heart, Ubud. Yet just 15 minutes away...

from$218

Alila Villas Soori

Bali, IndonesiaMap

Development in south Bali might be fierce, yet the west remains largely unspoiled, a UNESCO preserved sanctuary of jungle, volcanic sand, and rice paddies. Soo K. Chan, principal of Singapore-based SCDA Architects, took special care designing the 48-room resort in his neo-tropical style with local, environmentally friendly materials. The location is first-rate, just minutes away from Bali’s most sacred temple, Tanah Lot. The property teems with native plants and flowers, along with gardens...

Development in south Bali might be fierce, yet the west remains largely unspoiled, a UNESCO preserved sanctuary of jungle, volcanic sand, and rice paddies. Soo K. Chan, principal of Singapore-based SCDA Architects, took special care designing the 48-room resort in his neo-tropical style with local, environmentally...

Development in south Bali might be fierce, yet the west remains largely unspoiled, a UNESCO preserved sanctuary of jungle, volcanic sand, and rice paddies. Soo K. Chan, principal of Singapore-based SCDA Architects, took special care designing the 48-room resort in his...

Development in south Bali might be fierce, yet the west remains largely unspoiled, a UNESCO preserved sanctuary of jungle, volcanic sand, and rice...

from$426

Alila Villas Uluwatu

Bali, IndonesiaMap

Above the Indian Ocean, atop a limestone cliff on Bali’s southern coastline, Alila Villas Uluwatu is an atmospheric retreat just 15 minutes away from Jimbaran Bay. The eco-friendly ethos that runs through all of Alila’s properties is just as pronounced here: 84 open-plan villas done up in upcycled hardwood from old railway carriages, rain gardens, greywater recycling systems, and local plants from the Bali Savannah ecosystem all help give the property a sustainable bent. Inspired by the...

Above the Indian Ocean, atop a limestone cliff on Bali’s southern coastline, Alila Villas Uluwatu is an atmospheric retreat just 15 minutes away from Jimbaran Bay. The eco-friendly ethos that runs through all of Alila’s properties is just as pronounced here: 84 open-plan villas done up in upcycled hardwood from...

Above the Indian Ocean, atop a limestone cliff on Bali’s southern coastline, Alila Villas Uluwatu is an atmospheric retreat just 15 minutes away from Jimbaran Bay. The eco-friendly ethos that runs through all of Alila’s properties is just as pronounced here: 84 open-plan...

Above the Indian Ocean, atop a limestone cliff on Bali’s southern coastline, Alila Villas Uluwatu is an atmospheric retreat just 15 minutes away...

from$646

Amandari

Bali, IndonesiaMap

Ubud's terraced rice paddies and ancient Hindu temples have long called the "om" crowd to Bali's culture capital. (Just ask Julia Roberts, who stopped through on her spiritual quest in Eat Pray Love.) On a lush, secluded escarpment, Australian architect Peter Muller designed Amandari to look like a recreation of a local village: its 30 thatched-roof suites are built with paras stone and coconut wood, and showcase views of the Ayung River Valley; pebble-strewn walkways lead to the spa...

Ubud's terraced rice paddies and ancient Hindu temples have long called the "om" crowd to Bali's culture capital. (Just ask Julia Roberts, who stopped through on her spiritual quest in Eat Pray Love.) On a lush, secluded escarpment, Australian architect Peter Muller designed Amandari to look like a recreation...

Ubud's terraced rice paddies and ancient Hindu temples have long called the "om" crowd to Bali's culture capital. (Just ask Julia Roberts, who stopped through on her spiritual quest in Eat Pray Love.) On a lush, secluded escarpment, Australian architect Peter Muller...

Ubud's terraced rice paddies and ancient Hindu temples have long called the "om" crowd to Bali's culture capital. (Just ask Julia Roberts, who...

from$700

Amanjiwo

Yogyakarta, IndonesiaMap

Among Aman Resorts’ transformative properties, Amanjiwo is perhaps the most enlightened—the amphitheater-like structure overlooks the world’s largest Buddhist monument, Borobudur, set on the Indonesian island of Java. And the views expand beyond there, providing a perspective on the island’s dramatic landscape: The 36-suite resort, which is an hour north of the country’s capital, Jakarta, sits at the foot of the Menoreh Hills, within the island’s rainforest, while offering clear...

Among Aman Resorts’ transformative properties, Amanjiwo is perhaps the most enlightened—the amphitheater-like structure overlooks the world’s largest Buddhist monument, Borobudur, set on the Indonesian island of Java. And the views expand beyond there, providing a perspective on the island’s dramatic...

Among Aman Resorts’ transformative properties, Amanjiwo is perhaps the most enlightened—the amphitheater-like structure overlooks the world’s largest Buddhist monument, Borobudur, set on the Indonesian island of Java. And the views expand beyond there, providing a...

Among Aman Resorts’ transformative properties, Amanjiwo is perhaps the most enlightened—the amphitheater-like structure overlooks the world’s...

from$700

Amankila

Bali, IndonesiaMap

If the Hindu deity Para Brahma were to have a modern-day beach house, it would likely be reminiscent of one of the 34 freestanding suites at Amankila, the cliff-top property on the Lombok Strait in eastern Bali, Indonesia. The Ed Tuttle-designed retreat draws inspiration from Ujung and Tirtagangg—water palaces located in the nearby town of Karangasem. Thatched roofs, cathedral ceilings, canopied beds, and private terraces with coconut-shell tables are just a few of the elements contributing...

If the Hindu deity Para Brahma were to have a modern-day beach house, it would likely be reminiscent of one of the 34 freestanding suites at Amankila, the cliff-top property on the Lombok Strait in eastern Bali, Indonesia. The Ed Tuttle-designed retreat draws inspiration from Ujung and Tirtagangg—water palaces...

If the Hindu deity Para Brahma were to have a modern-day beach house, it would likely be reminiscent of one of the 34 freestanding suites at Amankila, the cliff-top property on the Lombok Strait in eastern Bali, Indonesia. The Ed Tuttle-designed retreat draws inspiration from...

If the Hindu deity Para Brahma were to have a modern-day beach house, it would likely be reminiscent of one of the 34 freestanding suites at...

from$700

Amanwana

Moyo Island, IndonesiaMap

Describing a tent as luxurious seems counterintuitive—but not when Aman is involved. East of Bali sits their Moyo Island property, Amanwana—the only resort on the island—which is made up of 20 canopied suites that forgo all of the discomfort of typical camping accommodations. Each of the Jean-Michel Gathy-designed dwellings combines fabric roofs with solid walls filled with upscale amenities like en-suite bathrooms, elegantly netted king-size beds, Indonesian artwork, and...

Describing a tent as luxurious seems counterintuitive—but not when Aman is involved. East of Bali sits their Moyo Island property, Amanwana—the only resort on the island—which is made up of 20 canopied suites that forgo all of the discomfort of typical camping accommodations. Each of the Jean-Michel...

Describing a tent as luxurious seems counterintuitive—but not when Aman is involved. East of Bali sits their Moyo Island property, Amanwana—the only resort on the island—which is made up of 20 canopied suites that forgo all of the discomfort of typical camping...

Describing a tent as luxurious seems counterintuitive—but not when Aman is involved. East of Bali sits their Moyo Island property...

from$675

Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort

Bali, IndonesiaMap

The 60-room Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort in Bali. (Full review coming soon).

The 60-room Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort in Bali. (Full review coming soon).

The 60-room Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort in Bali. (Full review coming soon).

The 60-room Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort in Bali. (Full review coming soon).

from$351

Belmond Jimbaran Puri Bali

Jimbaran, IndonesiaMap

Bali has long drawn international visitors in search of spiritual renewal, and Belmond Jimbaran Puri promises to provide just that. Situated on Bali’s arresting Jimbaran Bay beachfront, the 63-room resort prides itself on being a space for relaxation. Yoga, Tai Chi, and meditation classes are offered onsite, while temple tours give guests a chance to participate in native religious traditions. Local practices inform treatments at the Beach Spa, where treatments include ayurvedic therapies and...

Bali has long drawn international visitors in search of spiritual renewal, and Belmond Jimbaran Puri promises to provide just that. Situated on Bali’s arresting Jimbaran Bay beachfront, the 63-room resort prides itself on being a space for relaxation. Yoga, Tai Chi, and meditation classes are offered onsite, while...

Bali has long drawn international visitors in search of spiritual renewal, and Belmond Jimbaran Puri promises to provide just that. Situated on Bali’s arresting Jimbaran Bay beachfront, the 63-room resort prides itself on being a space for relaxation. Yoga, Tai Chi, and...

Bali has long drawn international visitors in search of spiritual renewal, and Belmond Jimbaran Puri promises to provide just that. Situated on...

from$370

COMO Shambhala Estate

Bali, IndonesiaMap

Set on 23 acres that overlook rice fields and Bali’s Ayung River, Como Shambhala bills itself as a “healing hotel,” and is staffed accordingly. Experts available to guests include yoga and pilates teachers, an Ayurvedic doctor, a dietician, and an acupuncturist, who offer services ranging from detoxification, stress management, and weight management. Those seeking less spiritual relaxation can opt instead for a robust roster of spa and beauty services, and there’s plenty of exercise to...

Set on 23 acres that overlook rice fields and Bali’s Ayung River, Como Shambhala bills itself as a “healing hotel,” and is staffed accordingly. Experts available to guests include yoga and pilates teachers, an Ayurvedic doctor, a dietician, and an acupuncturist, who offer services ranging from detoxification...

Set on 23 acres that overlook rice fields and Bali’s Ayung River, Como Shambhala bills itself as a “healing hotel,” and is staffed accordingly. Experts available to guests include yoga and pilates teachers, an Ayurvedic doctor, a dietician, and an acupuncturist, who offer...

Set on 23 acres that overlook rice fields and Bali’s Ayung River, Como Shambhala bills itself as a “healing hotel,” and is staffed accordingly.

from$411

Luna2 Studiotel

Bali, IndonesiaMap

Bali resorts too often fall into tired tropes; thatched-roof cabanas, Hindu­-appropriated sculptures, promises of a “spiritual experience.” For travelers seeking an alternative, the Luna2 Studiotel is an inspired option. Founder and designer Melanie Hall created the property infused with her signature “FUNked-up modernism’ desigm - with nods to 60’s pop and space aesthetic—a far cry from the island’s standard teak villas. Bold furnishings by famed designers Philippe Starck, Tom...

Bali resorts too often fall into tired tropes; thatched-roof cabanas, Hindu­-appropriated sculptures, promises of a “spiritual experience.” For travelers seeking an alternative, the Luna2 Studiotel is an inspired option. Founder and designer Melanie Hall created the property infused with her signature...

Bali resorts too often fall into tired tropes; thatched-roof cabanas, Hindu­-appropriated sculptures, promises of a “spiritual experience.” For travelers seeking an alternative, the Luna2 Studiotel is an inspired option. Founder and designer Melanie Hall created the...

Bali resorts too often fall into tired tropes; thatched-roof cabanas, Hindu­-appropriated sculptures, promises of a “spiritual experience.” For...

from$462

Rimba

Jimbaran, IndonesiaMap

An ark-shaped lobby resembling a ship is the striking centerpiece of RIMBA, oceanfront Ayana Resort and Spa Villas’ decidedly contemporary sibling. This engaging entry is surrounded by a half-dozen pools decked out in a spectrum of blues, each one offering a different type of healing aquatic experience. The Cabana Pool, for instance, is where guests can recline in birdcage-like cocoons amid coconut trees, while massive daybeds are a feature of the Upper Pool. All of them are linked by a...

An ark-shaped lobby resembling a ship is the striking centerpiece of RIMBA, oceanfront Ayana Resort and Spa Villas’ decidedly contemporary sibling. This engaging entry is surrounded by a half-dozen pools decked out in a spectrum of blues, each one offering a different type of healing aquatic experience. The Cabana...

An ark-shaped lobby resembling a ship is the striking centerpiece of RIMBA, oceanfront Ayana Resort and Spa Villas’ decidedly contemporary sibling. This engaging entry is surrounded by a half-dozen pools decked out in a spectrum of blues, each one offering a different type of...

An ark-shaped lobby resembling a ship is the striking centerpiece of RIMBA, oceanfront Ayana Resort and Spa Villas’ decidedly contemporary sibling.

from$170

Ubud Hanging Gardens

Ubud, IndonesiaMap

Located just a short 20 minute drive from Ubud centre, Ubud Hanging Gardens is surrounded by ancient trees and gravity-defying terraced gardens, a unique haven nestled on a dramatic hillside overlooking the Ayung river gorge. The resort is secluded and the layout of the private villas and swimming pool mimics the famous rice terraces of Bali’s countryside contouring the landscape. The surrounding gardens are unique, flourishing with exotic trees and essences of the tropics, including...

Located just a short 20 minute drive from Ubud centre, Ubud Hanging Gardens is surrounded by ancient trees and gravity-defying terraced gardens, a unique haven nestled on a dramatic hillside overlooking the Ayung river gorge. The resort is secluded and the layout of the private villas and swimming pool mimics the...

Located just a short 20 minute drive from Ubud centre, Ubud Hanging Gardens is surrounded by ancient trees and gravity-defying terraced gardens, a unique haven nestled on a dramatic hillside overlooking the Ayung river gorge. The resort is secluded and the layout of the...

Located just a short 20 minute drive from Ubud centre, Ubud Hanging Gardens is surrounded by ancient trees and gravity-defying terraced gardens, a...

from$0

Viceroy Bali

Ubud, IndonesiaMap

Locals call it the Valley of the Kings for a reason. This lush stretch of Ubud, Bali, is home to some of the world’s most treasured resorts, surrounded by green rice fields and tropical flora as far as the eye can see. Overlooking the valley is the Viceroy resort, which stands out for its sophisticated design. The 25­villa retreat, built by Indonesian architect Ketut Mahardika and Australian designer Margaret Bainbridge, fully capitalizes on the resort’s natural surroundings. Indoor and...

Locals call it the Valley of the Kings for a reason. This lush stretch of Ubud, Bali, is home to some of the world’s most treasured resorts, surrounded by green rice fields and tropical flora as far as the eye can see. Overlooking the valley is the Viceroy resort, which stands out for its sophisticated design. The...

Locals call it the Valley of the Kings for a reason. This lush stretch of Ubud, Bali, is home to some of the world’s most treasured resorts, surrounded by green rice fields and tropical flora as far as the eye can see. Overlooking the valley is the Viceroy resort, which stands...

Locals call it the Valley of the Kings for a reason. This lush stretch of Ubud, Bali, is home to some of the world’s most treasured resorts...

from$477