Amankila means ‘peaceful hill’, but the name is a little modest – the resort occupies a breathtaking hilltop spot on Bali’s east coast, with ancient, spiritual and regal neighbours here in the historic Karangasem Regency.
Balinese culture dictates design details throughout: recurring motifs reference the ruins of the nearby water palace at Ujung; a three-tier infinity pool spills down the hillside like a cascading rice paddy. Thatched-roof Suites are set on stilts, just visible above the treetops, and are decorated with paras stone and furniture inlaid with pearl and coconut shell. A series of frangipani-lined walkways connects the property’s buildings, conceived by architect Ed Tuttle.
Sacred mountains tower over villages tucked between emerald-green rice paddies, where life has changed little over the centuries. Watersports such as scuba diving, sailing and paddle boarding can be enjoyed in the pristine waters.
- Gift Shop
- Spa / Wellness Centre
- Water Activities
- Swimming Pool
- Tennis Courts
All prices are per room per night and subject to confirmation.
Manggis, , PO Box 33, Manggis, Bali, 80871, Indonesia