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The quintessential resort experienceThe quintessential resort experience

In every beautiful locale in every country, there is a resort that offers personal space and time of unparalleled luxury and food and service that convey the highest level of hospitality, all infused with the local culture and natural environment. This is the experience promised by HOSHINOYA.

Aquatic bliss

Aquatic bliss

Bali is an island of water. Countless rivers flow from the top of Mt. Batur, cascading down its slopes past majestic temples and rushing through ancient canals on their way to the ocean. The holiest of these rivers, the Pakerisan, runs by HOSHINOYA Bali—a resort village built entirely around three pristine swimming pools. Guests may swim in them or simply bask in the relaxing environment that they create. Like Bali itself, the resort's luxurious atmosphere is inextricably bound to water.

VillasVillas

A traditional Balinese village setting

Riverside experience

Riverside experience

Dotted throughout the Ubud region of Bali are the remains of irrigation systems known as subak, ancient infrastructures designed not only to divert water for rice field irrigation but also to preserve the surrounding environment that the water sustained. Consequently, the adjacent lands continue to be rich in tropical foliage and birds. HOSHINOYA Bali's swimming pools lined with classical Balinese villas pay homage to the community-oriented subak.

Personal pool area

Personal pool area

Every villa offers direct access to a semi-private pool area that is subtly set apart by a water garden. At any point in the day, guests may take a break from reading or other waterside activities to enjoy a soak just a few steps from their villas. The waters change in temperature and color throughout the day, providing a different experience with every swim.

Balinese craftsmanship

Balinese craftsmanship

The villas have been constructed by master builders from the Ubud region, who have applied their knowledge of the local environment to create spaces that offer maximal comfort. Intricate carvings decorate the furniture and walls—the product of numerous local artists. They evoke a tranquility that is both cooling and relaxing.

Distinctive villas with imaginative features

Harmonizing gardens

Harmonizing gardens

Balinese architecture offers a balance between the human, the natural, and the supernatural—an aesthetic that extends to gardens. The landscaping that graces the villas of HOSHINOYA Bali is designed to organically link the pools in the resort to the surrounding jungle, while evoking the sacred waters of the nearby Pakerisan.

Breezy gazebos

Breezy gazebos

In a tropical climate such as Bali, it is important for architecture to facilitate flow. At HOSHINOYA Bali, every villa features a gazebo with a roof made of alang-alang, a sacred grass. The thick shade provided by these gazebos—in addition to the soothing breeze that comes in from the Pakerisan—allows guests to cool off at any time of the day.

Scenes from nature

Scenes from nature

Artists from around the world flock to Ubud, an area famous for traditional Balinese painting, sculpture, music, and dance. The carvings that adorn the cool, smooth walls of the resort have been handcrafted by seasoned artists; each carving is a singular work of art. They depict local plants and animals in ways that emphasize the importance of harmony between humans and nature.

DiningDining

Cuisine that complements the scenery

Dining at any time

Dining at any time

Food and refreshments are served at locations throughout the resort. An in-room dining menu is offered for guests who wish to enjoy their meals by their private pool areas, while café gazebos allow for al fresco dining overlooking the surrounding jungle. Wherever one decides to eat, one is guaranteed the best Balinese cuisine that HOSHINOYA has to offer.

Main restaurant

Main restaurant

The mystical sounds of the gamelan ring through this spacious open air restaurant, which provides patrons a leisurely meal while overlooking the nearby jungle. Every aspect, from the decor to the furniture, wall carvings, and dishes, reflects the sensibilities of Bali's top artisans. It is a space that encourages dining at a leisurely pace.

Bali meets Japan

Bali meets Japan

Bali is a treasure trove of natural spices, both foreign and indigenous. Combined with fresh ingredients from the hills and the seas—not to mention the rice grown in Ubud's famous terraces—these spices produce truly unique dishes. At HOSHINOYA Bali, Japanese culinary techniques enhance both the flavor and presentation of these culinary delights.

Pool / BeachPool / Beach

Poolside relaxation

Pools that redefine the resort experience

Pools that redefine the resort experience

The three swimming pools that stretch across the resort village are more than pleasant accessories. They define the very stay that the guest experiences. The pools' waters dance in the light of the sun and the moon, offering a kaleidoscopic display that changes throughout the day. Guests may enjoy a refreshing dip from the privacy of their own villas or watch the nighttime stars while floating on the surface of the water.

Poolside lounges

Poolside lounges

Swim past the villas that line both sides of the pool and arrive at a lounge that offers breathtaking views across the entire stretch of water. Guests may relax on comfortable sofas and chat with friends and family, perhaps with a glass of champagne in hand.

Beaches that are rich in character

Bali is surrounded by clear waters and pristine beaches that attract visitors from around the world. HOSHINOYA Bali offers excursions to some of the island's prime beach destinations. The southwestern coast has a dynamic vibe, courtesy of the surfers who frequent it. The southeastern beaches are more relaxed, with blue skies and white sands attracting divers and other marine activity enthusiasts. Both offer a nice change of scene for resort guests.

Candidasa

Candidasa

This quiet area was once a small fishing village, and it offers respite from the bustle of central Bali. Its translucent waters are home to colorful fish and coral, making the area perfect for diving and snorkeling. This is the place to go for a visit to Bali's underwater paradise. (Photograph courtesy of the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism)

Padang Bai

Padang Bai

This popular weekend destination lies just beyond a vast expanse of lush, emerald green jungle. A walk up the coast will take guests to Blue Lagoon Beach—a popular "hidden" beach. It is the perfect destination for beach-goers who simply wish to spread out their blankets and relax. (Photograph courtesy of the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism)

Sanur

Sanur

Sanur is located in a traditional Bali resort area. The gentle terrain and easy pace of life here has made this beach a popular destination for people from around the world. Cafes, restaurants, and boutiques line the street that runs parallel to the beach; exploring these establishments is highly recommended.

SpaSpa

Balinese rejuvenation: A mix of nature and technique

Achieving a healthy rhythm

Achieving a healthy rhythm

A combination of Ubud's natural environment, high-quality sleep, healthy cuisine flavored with natural spices, and indigenous music will stimulate guests' senses and enhance their internal energy flow (ki). The resort also offers spa programs designed to bring balance to mind and body, such as treatments that incorporate natural ingredients, poolside meditations, and morning and evening yoga sessions.

ActivitiesActivities

How to relax on Bali

Getting the most from the Bali experience

Getting the most from the Bali experience

HOSHINOYA Bali offers a number of opportunities for guests to deepen their enjoyment of Bali's traditions, cultures, and natural environment.

Balinese spiritualism

Balinese spiritualism

Bali has its own spiritual tradition, which emphasizes harmony between the human, the natural, and the supernatural. This tradition, which originates in Hinduism, is reflected in the unique lifestyles and art forms one finds on Bali, as well as in the island's efforts to protect its natural lands and coral reefs.

A tropical climate that is comfortable throughout the year

Bali is located in a tropical region where temperatures are on average about 27°C throughout the year. The island does go through dry and wet spells, but it generally experiences minimal temperature fluctuation. One can comfortably wear short sleeves throughout the year, whether on the beach or in the mountains.

FacilitiesFacilities

The unique design elements of HOSHINOYA Bali

To design HOSHINOYA Bali

How to get hereHow to get here

Please come by taxi or reserve airport transfer.

Airport transfer

For airport transfer, or transfer between other hotels you plan to stay and HOSHINOYA Bali, send this form by 2 days in advance.

Meeting point
Once out the customs gate, head to the arrival lobby from left side. A driver with the name board will be waiting just in front of the "Flight information" counter.

Directions from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)

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Travel Time
70 minutes (47km)
Directions
1. Get on the Mandara Toll Road. Exit at the Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai, and follow signs towards Ubud.
2. Once you get to Jl. Raya Dr. Ir. Sukarno, follow it north for about 2.7 km.
3. Turn right onto Jl. Raya Pejeng Kangin. Follow for about 2.5 km.
4. Turn right, then take a left at the first intersection onto Jl. Raya Pejeng Kelod.
5. Take the second right. Follow the road for about 200 m to arrive at HOSHINOYA Bali.

HOSHINOYA Bali

Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)

  • Br. Pengembungan, Desa Pejeng Kangin
  • Kecamatan Tampaksiring, Gianyar 80552
  • Bali, Indonesia
  • Reservation(9:00 am - 8:00 pm)
  • Tel: +81-50-3786-1144
  • For arrival
  • Tel: +62-361-849-3080

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