Hanging Gardens Ubud, Bali - WUH001

Hanging Gardens Ubud is a luxury resort built on 3.2 hectares of land situated near Payangan, a village North of Ubud, surrounded by ancient trees, steep terraced gardens and jungle forest.

38 Bedrooms, Sleeps 76

One of the world's best infinity pools
Balinese Cooking Lessons,

The hotel is perched adjacent to layered rice terraces with sweeping views across the Ayung River gorge to the ancient Pura Penataran Dalem Segara temple. Hanging Gardens Ubud’s 38 villas are all constructed in contemporary Balinese style on gravity-defying wooden pillars with thatched alang-alang roofs.

Nestled deep in the heart of Ubud’s rich rainforest reserve, this enchanting five star boutique hotel, designed in complete harmony with nature, has 38 private suites and individual villas with thatched roofs, each with its own luxurious granite infinity pool, rippling into the jungle below.

The estate’s fertile gardens produce chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon, jackfruit, coconut and lemongrass; all ingredients are used in the hotel's kitchen and spa products. The gardens feature a variety of bamboos, flame trees and orchids.

The five star gourmet restaurant offers a mix of contemporary cuisine with, Balinese influence. The Spa combines natural local ingredients and ancient techniques, to create beauty therapies and treatments that soothe the mind, rejuvenate the body and energise the soul.

Hanging Gardens Ubud offers supreme luxury and ultimate privacy combined with five star service, set in the abundant and breathtaking Ubud countryside.

The Swimming Pool at Hanging Gardens Ubud

At the geographical epicentre and emotional heart of the property is Hanging Gardens’ world-famous swimming pool.

It is without a doubt one of the most photogenic and photographed pools around the globe, and has the unique distinction of coming top of both travel bible Condé Nast Traveller’s list of ‘the best swimming pools in the world’ and number one on Trip Advisor’s list of ’10 jaw-dropping hotel pools’.

This stunning split-level infinity pool, lined with Batu Chandi stone and featuring a vast geometric wall of solidified volcanic ash, suspended high over the surrounding jungle, appears to float in its setting, giving swimmers the unique, immersive feeling of literally swimming above the treetops and the valley.

The organic, free form design, with its undulating curves, was designed to echo the lines of the steep, terraced rice paddies that are such an iconic feature of the Ubud landscape.