Look down into the pool and you’ll see reflections of the serene green hillside and towering palm trees. Look up and you’ll have stunning views of the sea.
Amankila Resort specialises in serenity. It stands on a quiet green hillside amidst cool, shaded tropical gardens. And it has a cascade of tiered, infinity edge swimming pools presenting you with panoramic views stretching out over the gently rolling sea, towards the Lombok Strait and the distant blue horizon. The effect is mesmeric, and if you were to do nothing but gaze out over the water you would come to experience total inner peace.
But, of course, there’s so much more to do on your luxury, tailor-made vacation to Bali. There’s a private beach and coconut grove to stroll through. There are water sports like scuba diving, sailing and paddle boarding. Villages hidden amongst rice paddies to visit. Temples and a floating palace to tour and outrageously beautiful views to photograph.
Amankila Resort, at a glance
- Totally tranquil and ultimately luxurious resort set on the edge of the Lombok Strait
- Within easy reach of the temples and towns of East Bali
- Choice of 34 glorious suites, standing on stilts in the fashion of Balinese beach houses
- All have private outdoor terraces offering breath-taking views of the gardens, mountain, pool or sea
- Surrounded by frangipani and bougainvillea
- Exquisite en suite bathrooms
- Ultra cool interior design
- Extremely elegant ocean-view restaurant serving traditional and modern fusion cuisine using locally grown produce, often from the resort’s own gardens
For leisure and pleasure
- Signature, three level, tiered swimming pool with sun decks overlooking the Lombok Strait
- Spa specialising in traditional Balinese massage, scrubs and relaxation techniques
- Beach Club with a 41 meter pool and water sports
- Scuba diving, snorkeling and kayaking with guides
- Visit the floating palace of the last Raja of Karangasem
- See the 11 tier fountain at Tirta Gangga Water Palace
- Tour Goa Lawah, hidden in a bat cave, plus Luhur Lempuyang and Besakih – two of the island’s most important temples