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- Hidden in the Balinese rainforest
- Personalised wellness regimes
- 24 hour Personal Assistants
Facilities includeAir Con Wifi Childcare Air Con Swimming pool Fitness centre Spa Restaurants
- Movie night
- Temple visits
- Fitness regime
- Cooking classes
- Coffee making class
- Chocolate making class
Seasons in Indonesia
About Capella Ubud
Built with a great respect to the surround rainforest, no trees were cut down during the construction of this impressive hotel, keeping the tented camp a hidden sanctuary from afar. Comprised of just 22 rooms, this brand new hotel is intimate yet private.
With adventure and wellness at the heart of this retreat, guests will find it hard to get bored. Personalised exercise regimes can be organised by your personal assistant, along with a greatly diverse range of camp activities and excursions. The on-site spa uses a range of organic and completely natural products from the area which are exclusively used at Capella Ubud.
For those looking for multisensory gastronomic journeys, Capella Ubud promise to awaken your taste buds with your in-retreat and bespoke dining options. Mads Lange offers a contemporary European dining experience, whilst the chef at Api Jiwa will take you on a sensory journey using his Asian barbecue.
Located just a short 20 minute drive outside Ubud, Capella is located within the trees of a dense rainforest with direct access to the sacred Wos River in Keliki Village.
How to get there
Baliâs international airport Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar is located 1 hour 45 minutes from Capella, and an airport transfer can be arranged through the hotel.
When to go
As Bali is located just eight degrees south of the equator, the temperature tends to stay pretty constant, around the 30 degrees Celsius level. The monsoon season, between December and March, can see heavy showers, however these tend to arrive during late afternoon and pass quickly.
If travelling for less than 30 days, UK passport holders do not need a visa to enter Indonesia. If visiting for longer than 30 days, you should apply for a visa before you travel. You can apply online via the Indonesian Embassy.
It is advised to check with a health professional about any precautions necessary before travelling to Indonesia.
Travelling with children
It is advised that the camp would not be suitable for families with children aged six and under. There is one two-bedroom lodge suitable for families.
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