The Royal Pita Maha Some hotels of Bali differ with incredibly amazing historic style, so you will meet the brightest national traditions there. The true embodiment of national identity is a luxury hotel The Royal Pita Maha occupying a vast area of 18 hectares. In addition to charming villas arranged with wooden furniture in traditional style, the hotel is equipped with numerous lovely terraces and pavilions with thatched roofs. A picturesque garden, besides exotic plants, can boast with amazing sculptures. The onsite restaurant offers an elegant hinged terrace faced with marble.
Hotel Tugu Bali Guests will be able to spend a few days in the sophisticated historical atmosphere in Hotel Tugu Bali . The lodge is set in a well-kept garden, which has a large artificial pond and a swimming pool with crystal clear water. The atmosphere at the hotel resembles the national art museum, as it’s possible to see handmade decorations and artwork everywhere. Lovely furniture made of precious wood, paintings in carved frames, colorful wall panels and handicrafts could be seen in all rooms and public areas. Hotel Tugu Bali is one of the few hotels in Bali, where rooms are furnished with genuine antiques.
Tirtagangga Water Palace Villas Tirtagangga Water Palace Villas is decorated in accordance with traditions of the past centuries. It’s situated in the picturesque village of Amalpura. The lodge offers a choice of three villas decorated in traditional style. Premises are arranged with genuine antique furniture, a large part of which is made by order. The walls of the hotel house a rich collection of works of art and antique dishes. In the garden guests can see amazing stone sculptures. Despite an abundance of antique elements, the hotel doesn’t lack modern luxury. Each villa is equipped with an outdoor terrace with a small pool. All guests can visit a massage parlor.
Taman Wana Villas & Spa Taman Wana Villas & Spa provides an opportunity to study the bright national traditions. The lodge occupies an elegant stone building with numerous terraces. Each of the rooms has refined furniture in the style of the past and a huge king-size bed. The walls and the ceiling are made of wood. Open terraces and balconies decorated in oriental style and adorned with amazing sculptures are of particular interest. There are luxury two-storey villas with a bedroom on the second floor under a circular thatched roof. Guests can get acquainted with gastronomic traditions of the region in one of three upscale restaurants.