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Who. City dwellers looking for a chic and zen getaway.
What. With an abundance of sophistication, Bisma Eight Ubud effortlessly complements the natural and cultural sides of Ubud with its calming hues of timber interiors and sleek finishing. With 38 suites spread out across two floors within this peaceful estate, they are each furnished with a king-sized bed, mini-fridge, separate living and sitting areas, wireless internet access and more importantly, a theme of their own. Wilderness enthusiasts will enjoy the FOREST villas with front row access to Ubud’s jungledom while those seeking private and vibrant greenscapes will be glad to hear that the CANOPY and GARDEN villas tick all the right boxes. There’s a gorgeous infinity pool to combat the sweltering tropical heat and a variety of dining and drinking options on-site. From majestic wooden entrances to expansive floor to-ceiling windows, the concept of Bisma Eight incorporates modern day architecture without compromising the spiritual essence of Ubud. If you’re looking to zen out while on holiday, this resort is simply perfect.
Why. Check out the dedicated herbs garden on the rooftop and the Bisma Garden where ingredients for the
restaurants are grown. We also love the idea of the Bisma Eight Shrine that pays homage to local way of living and beliefs.
Situated in Ubud, Bisma Eight offers Japanese-inspired rooms with traditional Japanese soaking tub.
Rates are based on 2 double occupancy inclusive of daily breakfast.
Pets are not allowed on the property.
Airport transfers can be arranged at IDR 450,000 nett per way - with luggage max of 4 persons, without luggage max of 7 persons.
Extra bed is available at USD50 per adult inclusive of daily breakfast.
No extra bed charge will be charged for children under the age of 12 years old.
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 and there will be no check-in and check-out from hotels on 17 March 2018, 7 March 2019, and 25 March 2020.