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Hotel Introduction
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Mount Agung provides a dramatic backdrop for Amankila (peaceful hill), a secluded seaside resort overlooking the Lombok Strait. Spacious stilted villas offer exceptional views from their hillside locations amongst frangipani and bougainvillea, and are connected to the resort’s facilities by raised walkways.

Guests can relax around the signature three-tiered pool or at the Beach Club on Amankila’s beach. Situated in Karangasem, one of Bali’s most traditional regencies, Amankila also offers easy access to untouched rural countryside, local crafts and the region’s royal past.

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Room and Accommodation
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Suites

Amankila’s suites are elevated to take advantage of the spectacular sea and hillside views.The 34 free-standing suites, with their alang alang roof thatching, are fashioned as beach houses with a twist. They reflect the lines and flow of their East Bali surroundings, in particular the royal water palace just outside Amlapura, the district capital. Suites are connected to the reception and restaurant area by raised walkways. Wireless broadband connections are available in all resort accommodation and public areas.


Garden suites

Each suite features a large bedroom with wide window views, a canopied, king-size bed and a writing desk. The bathroom offers a window-side divan, a soaking tub and separate shower and toilet rooms which give way to coconut-shell dressing areas and double terrazzo vanities. The suite’s outdoor terrace is furnished with a daybed, coconut-shell table and rattan chairs.


Ocean suites

These are identical to Garden Suites but have ocean views.


Pool suites

Private swimming pools, enclosed within walled courtyards, are featured in six of the suites, four of which can be connected to adjacent garden or ocean suites for family or friends travelling together.


Kilasari suite

The Kilasari Suite, which takes its name from Amankila’s main temple, is perched high on the hillside, with views overlooking the sea and its own 12m infinity pool.


Indrakila suite

Named after the green hill upon which Amankila sits, this suite enjoys privileged sea views past the temple and far up the east coast. It has its own lounging bale and a private pool.


Amankila suite

This suite includes two separate bedrooms opening onto a large terrace with a private aquamarine-tile pool, two lounging bales, sunbeds, lily ponds, views over the beach and Amuk bay and a private butler service. It is ideal for guests who want complete privacy or for two couples who wish to stay together.

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Facilities
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Private dinner on the beach

Amankila’s secluded beach is the perfect setting for a romantic dining experience. The entire Amankila Beach Club, Pool and Beach are reserved for one couple to enjoy in complete privacy.  A table for two with candles and flowers is set on the beach and a private chef and waiter will tend to the guests' every need.  A bale is set up close by and a bonfire is lit which brightens up the evening sky - perfect for relaxation après dinner.


Candle-lit pool bale dinner

Candles light the pathway down to a private bale set around Amankila’s three-tiered pool. This provides for a serene setting, with gentle ocean breeze passing through and the sound of waves breaking in the distance. A chef will prepare a personalised set menu using a selection of either Western or Indonesian delights.

 

Satay evening

The experience begins with a beautiful drive through the countryside in the late afternoon.  The first stop is Bale Tirta Sari where guests can enjoy the spectacular view of the rice fields and Amuk Bay. Afterwhich, guests arrive to a candle-lit pathway that leads across a peanut plantation and into a private bale where a personal chef and waiter will attend to them for the evening. The chef will prepare a delicious authentic Balinese satay feast including Balinese urab, a variety of sate, ikan pepes and finally, dessert to be enjoyed while the sun sets.


Evening canapés & daiquiris

Watch the Balinese sky's dramatic and colourful transformation as the sun goes down over the island whilst sipping daiquiris and nibbling on canapés. Amankila’s candle-lit bale is set high on the hills, which is the perfect place to enjoy pre-dinner drinks.  The recommended departure time from Amankila is 5.30pm and advance booking is recommended.


Rijsttafel dinner

The Rijsttafel dinner is highly recommended for guests who want to experience a wide variety of Indonesian dishes in one meal. Served either in the privacy of a suite, the restaurant or on a secluded table around Amankila’s three-tiered pool, the Rijsttafel offers a selection of 10 different dishes from Indonesia.  Choose from a vegetarian, seafood only or a selection of vegetarian, seafood and meat rijsttafel. The meal is accompanied with rice and concluded with a trio of sorbéts. Traditional Balinese dress can also be provided for a complete and authentic experience.


Megibung - a traditional balinese feast

Within the region of East Bali there is a tradition called “Megibung”. This translates to “sharing a meal from one platter”.  It is shared at festive and ceremonial occasions, often with “nasi tumpeng”. Nasi tumpeng is a cone of rice representing Gunung Agung (Mt Agung), where the Hindu Mother Temple of Besakih is located. Surrounding the cone of rice is a variety of Balinese dishes, which celebrates the quality and abundance of food that the island provides.  Special preparation is required, therefore advance bookings are necessary and can be taken by Amankila's Guest Assistants one day in advance. The delicious feast may be enjoyed in the restaurant, privacy of a guest suite or a private table can be set alongside the three-tiered pool.  Traditional Balinese dress can also be provided for a complete and authentic experience.


Spa treatments

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 two teakwood massage tables are hidden away amongst the palms and flowering bushes.
Traditional Balinese baths, scrubs and wraps make use of the healing power of natural ingredients, which stimulate as they revive, providing the ultimate in relaxation.

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Location

Drive time from Bali International Airport to the Amankila Resor, Bali is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes.

The Beach Club is located at the base of the cliffs and is just over 5 minutes walk from the Amankila Resort. Guests can either walk to the beach or be driven there by the resort’s open air buggies. lounging beach bales are provided for the comfort and shade of guests.

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