Here’s why you should explore this green paradise in Bali.
The Kayon Jungle Resort in Ubud is one of the premier hotels in Bali. It is located at Payangan, Bali in Tropical Jungle and lap of nature with all the luxurious amenities. It boasts gorgeous views of the famous rice terraces of Ubud and often receives appreciation from the architectural community because of its three tiered infinity pools. It serves as a perfect destination for a couple’s stay, honeymoon, or for the solo traveller looking to treat themselves.
The Kayon Jungle hotel was constructed in 2018 and offers one of the most luxurious options you can find in Ubud. The Kayon Jungle is located about 20 minutes outside of the town of Ubud and its secluded location and position on the ridge top of a rice terrace makes it the perfect escape from the hecticness of Ubud.
The Kayon Jungle resort is large. It’s definitely not considered a boutique hotel because of its size. There are 20 Jungle suite rooms which are their cheapest rooms, 10 pool villas, and 4 Royal pool villas. Their jungle suite is equipped with a big bathtub overlooking the rice paddies, a balcony, and a large 60 square metre room.
The rooms are tastefully decorated in a modern Balinese style. A beautiful blend of reclaimed woods, tile, and warm lighting makes the room inviting and the perfect place to relax. The higher rooms boast magnificent views of the jungle.
There are multiple restaurants, lots of lounging space by the pool, a gym, and a yoga studio. The gym at the Kayon Jungle is well equipped and it will make sure you do not miss your daily gym routine. The Kayon Jungle offers complimentary yoga every morning from their yoga studio. This open air building has amazing views of the valley.
The Kayon Jungle offers a wide range of Western and Indonesian dishes. Kepitu Restaurant at The Kayon Jungle Resort is a smart venue designed to uplift the senses. An extended outdoor area offers a sweeping view over the entire property and the vibrant greenery of the encompassing river valley. The terrace is guarded by a towering statue of Kumbakarna, a character from the epic Ramayana poem who is known to be a sleeping giant yet a mighty warrior during times of battle.
Kepitu Restaurant serves a well-balanced menu to satisfy all appetites. It is open early every morning for a leisurely breakfast offering a delicious choice of different options. From international favourites and healthy fare to local style dishes and signature specialties, our culinary team understands the importance of a good breakfast to start the day off right.