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COMO Uma Ubud

Uma by COMO, Ubud, immerses you in the culture of Bali while also providing luxury amenities, from food to spa to exquisite accommodation. Nestled among paddy fields and hills, all 46 rooms and suites exude the charm of a traditional Indonesian village. Except the feel is quietly contemporary, from bedrooms to landscaped courtyards to infinity-edged plunge pools. The result is a fresh, original spirit that feels sleek even as it recognises Uma Ubud’s cultural context.

 

Address and Contact

Our resort occupies a three-hectare site and is a 30-minute walk from Ubud centre. This small, lively town is considered Bali’s cultural hub. We also offer a regular complimentary shuttle bus to the town. Yet the feel is rural. Overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley and River Oos, our luxury hotel in Ubud nestles amid rice paddies carved out of hillsides, backed by coconut palms and banyan trees. 

Directions and Getting There

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COMO Uma Ubud

Jalan Raya Sanggingan
Banjar Lungsiaka
Kedewatan, Ubud
Gianyar 80571 
Bali, Indonesia

General Enquiries or More Information

E. uma.ubud@comohotels.com
T. +62 361 972448

COMO Uma Ubud Reservations

E. res.uma.ubud@comohotels.com
T. +62 361 972448

Events Enquiries and Bookings

E. events.uma.ubud@comohotels.com
T. +62 361 972448

Seasonality

Bali is located in the tropics and enjoys a balmy year-round climate.  Temperatures average a very pleasant 80°F (27°C) in the Ubud area and a little lower at around 71°F (22°C) in the central volcanic region around Kintamani.

Being tropical, Bali does have a monsoon season, approximately from October to March. The best time to visit (the high season) is May through to September. Between June and August, Bali usually enjoys a cooling breeze. 

Design

The open, clean and simple heart of our Ubud luxury resort comprises the lobby, 25m pool and bar. This contrasts beautifully with the narrow paths leading to the rooms and suites, which run between tall, lushly-planted walls. Interiors, which were created by Japanese designer Koichiro Ikebuchi, feel like those of a rural hillside home. In each of our 46 light-filled rooms and suites, a private tropical garden separates the bathroom from the principal living space.