Viceroy Bali is an ultra-luxurious all-villa resort consisting of 25 villas situated on a secluded ridge of the Petanu River gorge along Bali’s Valley of the Kings, near the popular village of Ubud.
Luxurious tropical hideaway
Regarded as one of the world’s most luxurious tropical hideaways, the resort boasts stunning valley views, impeccable service and first-class facilities including the renowned restaurant and bar, Cascades, and opulent spa and beauty centre, Lembah.
All villas are generously appointed with the latest electronic amenities, espresso machines, king size beds as well as private heated pools and relaxing outdoor spaces each with valley vistas.
The Pool Suites offer a bedroom and sitting room with ample space, a combined indoor and outdoor living area and a spacious open-plan bathroom integrating the private indoor swimming pool and daybed.
The 14 Deluxe Terrace Villas feature clean lines and a vibrant design that is simple and elegant. Each includes a living room with sectional sofa, oversized king bed, espresso machine, 47” TV, iPod docking station, private heated pool and sheltered outdoor pavilion.
The Vice Regal Villas seamlessly integrate traditional Balinese architecture with contemporary design. Looking out to the dramatic gorge, the villas have high, thatched ceilings with the large bedroom integrated with the comfortable sitting room that opens to the outdoor dining pavilion and garden for private sunbathing. The elegant Viceroy Villa features two spacious bedrooms that open to a central living and dining area. The garden has a large heated private pool with a Balinese pavilion perched on the edge of the Petanu River gorge.
The resort additionally offers its guests a gym with cardio and resistant training, day spa, private heli-pad, valley-top infinity pool and library. For award- winning dining, Cascades Restaurant at Viceroy Bali is considered one of the island’s top venues.
The town of Ubud is conveniently located within minutes from the resort. It is the ideal destination for guests wishing to explore one of Southeast Asia’s most charming villages with its leisurely pace and eccentric ambience, bric-a-brac shops, galleries and quaint restaurants.