Amankila - Facts and Information

Description

Amankila is surrounded amongst palm trees on a hillside. It features 34 free-standing suites. Elevated walkways connect you to the reception, the restaurant, and the bar. You might want to pause for a dip in the 3 infinity pools with amazing views of the pacific. The beach is a simple paradise with its silvers sands and turquoise waters you can see the emerald green hills rising from the water from a distance.

What separates Amankila from other luxury Bali resorts is that it is situated in Karangasem, one of Bali’s most traditional areas, Amankila also offers easy access to untouched rural countryside, local crafts and the region’s royal past so the hotel is surrounded by culture and a lot of history as well. The resort is close to Manggis, Candi Dasa, Tenganan and other villages where traditional crafts are still practiced, and outings to explore the region’s natural beauty are really worth the effort of moving around these secluded villages of Bali.

Overview

Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
Check-in and check-out times: 2:00 PM / 12:00 Noon

Children Policy

Children under 12 sharing with 2 adults stay complimentary. Breakfast included.

Room Amenities

Daily breakfast and Airport Transfers.

Spa

Traditional Balinese massage and beauty treatments are available in the privacy of guest suites, in the specially-designated Massage Pavilion, or outdoors at the tranquil Coconut Grove where 2 teakwood massage tables are hidden away amongst the palms and flowering bushes.

High Speed Internet Access

High speed Wi-Fi is available for guests.

Activities

Enjoy a lot of activities that are available for guests experience:

  • Cultural tours: A fascinating mix of religion, royal culture, architectural greatness and Bali luxury travel lies within easy reach of Amankila in the area often referred to as 'old Bali'. Take tours through these areas and fill your self up with culture and history.
  • Water sports: A large variety of water sports are available for guests to enjoy like for example: kayak, sail boats, a Hobie Cat, boogie board, windsurf, surfing (Bali is known for its great surf waves), cruising and snorkeling and scuba diving thought the great corals of the pacific.
  • Cooking classes: The cooking classes begin at dawn with a guided tour of a nearby food market where guests can handpick the ingredients needed to cook an Indonesian feast back at Amankila.
  • Shopping: Excursions can be arranged to several nearby Balinese villages famed for their crafts. In Sidemen, textiles from Bali and all over the archipelago can be purchased in an idyllic countryside setting.
  • Trekking: East Bali offers some of the island’s finest trekking, ranging from walks through rural villages, tropical forest and terraced rice fields, to mountain climbs and temple visits.
  • Mountain biking: Amankila provides a number of full-suspension mountain bikes for guest use. Countryside trips can be arranged to the many villages around Amankila.
  • White water rafting: An exhilarating rafting excursion on the Telaga Waja River in Karangasem challenges the brave at heart. Classified as a Class IV river (Class III being the easiest) the trip starts in Muncan and takes on rapids down a gentle gradient towards the coast.
  • Elephant riding: The Bakas Elephant Camp program offers the possibility to ride an elephant while relaxing on a teak chair placed on the elephants back.
  • Horseback riding: Ride along the volcanic sands and through the crashing waves of Saba Beach.
  • Safari and marine park: Home to more than 50 animal species including endangered specimens, the Bali Safari and Marine Park combines a Balinese cultural ambience with an African Savannah experience. Wander through the jungle in a Safari like jeep and have the opportunity to witness Sumatran elephants, Sumatran tigers, white tigers, leopards, komodo dragons, cheetah, hippos and many more intriguing creatures in their natural habitat.

Restaurants

The Terrace

The Terrace serves Asian and Western cuisine. Enjoy breakfast and lunch in a beautiful terrace by the pool deck.

Reservation Policy:

No reservation is required.

Dress Code:

Casual dress code is accepted.

Hours of Operation:

Open only for breakfast or lunch.

The Restaurant

The Restaurant is available for evening dining, while cocktails and aperitifs can be enjoyed in the adjacent bar.

Reservation Policy:

Reservation recommended.

Dress Code:

Long pants are required at The Restaurant.

Hours of Operation:

Open only for dinner.

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