Nestled deep in heart of Ubud’s lush jungle and verdant rice fields by the historical Petanu River, this enchanting adults-only resort, designed in complete harmony with nature offers a tranquil retreat.
Luxury amidst nature
Retreat to contemporary Balinese accommodation, designed using local stone, bamboo, and white washed furniture decorated with woven rattan and bamboo ceilings.
The Kayon is a boutique resort offering an intimate selection of room choices. There are six Valley Deluxe rooms that offer a relaxing ambience with jungle views from private balconies, while twelve Kayon River Suites overlook the river. For added luxuries, the five Luxury River Edge Pool Villas hang along the river surrounded by fascinating ravine and waterfalls.
All rooms are spacious with modern conveniences. Standard room amenities include a welcome fruit basket, tea and coffee making facilities, plush linens and mosquito net, complimentary bottled mineral water, LED cable television and DVD player and complimentary wireless internet.
The Kayon is located in Kepitu Village, a mere 10-minute drive from Ubud’s centre. Here guests can discover an exotic destination, spiritual healing and a cultural holiday experience.
Start your day with a morning yoga session to balance body and soul at the rooftop yoga pavilion while enjoying the cool morning breeze and a warm sunrise. Be pampered and indulge in a variety of signature spa treatments at the Serayu Spa. Perched 20 metres high above the river, the spa boasts two treatment rooms and one beauty room.
Surrounded by serenity
Enjoy a refreshing dip in the suspended Kayon shaped swimming pool, unwind and read a book on a daybed while enjoying the serenity that surrounds you.
For a true Ubud dining experience, Kepitu Restaurant offers a 180-degree view over the pool and verdant surrounds. The lunch menu is light and healthy and in the evening the menu features mixed Western, Asian and signature Indonesian dishes. The deck at Canyon Jetty hangs by the river and offers a tranquil spot to relax over a light lunch or afternoon tea while watching the cascading waterfall. You can also learn how to prepare local delicious delicacies under guidance of the resort’s Balinese gourmet chef.
For a romantic wedding, the floating Puspaka Chapel incorporated with the yoga pavilion has a truly magnificent natural setting amidst rice fields and jungle.