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Amankila
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Amankila, which means “peaceful hill” in Sanskrit, is built along the contours of an escarpment between two headlands in eastern Bali. Located
near the villages of Candi Dasa and Padang Bai, the resort provides a beach getaway in surroundings of privacy and quiet elegance. From here,
guests have an opportunity to explore the rich Balinese history prevalent in this area of East Bali as well as enjoying wimming, cruising and
snorkelling.

The resort’s main building consists of three levels. On the uppermost level is the arrival court and Lobby. One level below is the Bar and
Restaurant. The Library, Gallery, Shop and Terrace restaurant are all on the third level. All public areas command spectacular ocean views
across the Lombok and Badung Straits.

The main swimming pool is terraced through three levels decreasing in size while appearing to descend into the ocean. Steps from the central
area descend to The Beach Club, set within a coconut grove on the beach. The Club has an informal restaurant, a 41 meter swimming pool and a
beautiful secluded beach with lounging bales and sunbeds. Hobiecats, boogie boards, windsurfers and kayaks are available at the beach.

Amankila
P.O Box 33
Manggis, 80871 Karangasem Bali
Indonesia

• To Airport 1 Hour




  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • The bathroom
  • soaking tub and separate shower and toilet rooms
  • hairdryer
  • telephone
  • minibar
  • in-room safe
  • Internet wireless broadband connections
  • Ipod
  • Daily newspaper
  • umbrellas
  • bathrobe
  • slippers





  • 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.
    These are identical to Garden Suites but have ocean views.
    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.
    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.
    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.
    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.




    The Restaurant, located above the main pool overlooking the ocean, is open for dinner. The menu features a
    mix of Western and Indonesian cuisine. Adjacent to the Restaurant is Amankila’s Bar, also with views of the
    sea. The Terrace, set just back from the signature three-tiered pool is open for breakfast and lunch, and
    serves Asian and Western cuisine. Afternoon tea is served daily in front of the Library, where local women
    dressed in sarongs and kebayas offer complimentary Indonesian ginger tea, Bali kopi (coffee) and local
    Balinese cakes. The Beach Club offers a simple menu of salads, pizzas, Indonesian and Western light dishes
    for brunch, lunch and afternoon tea. Private dining is available in the suites 24 hours a day.
    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.
  • Restaurant & Bar
  • Pool
  • Currency Exchange
  • Car Rental
  • Shopping for antiques and traditional crafts at The Gallery
  • The Library
  • Complimentary Broadband and Wireless Internet Access in every Villa
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Shoe Shine
  • Spa
  • Yoga
  • swimming pools
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