Capella Ubud

A modern explorer's hidden paradise

The Resort

Inspired by the early European settlers from the 1800s, celebrated architect Bill Bensley conceptualized this ultra-luxurious tented camp as a tribute to their spirit of adventure amidst untouched nature. 

Nestled between Ubud’s rainforest, rice paddy fields and the sacred Wos River, in an authentic Balinese artist village called Keliki, Capella Ubud, Bali offers 22 extravagant, individually styled one-bedroom tented retreats and one two-bedroom lodge.

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Timeless charm, with a wink back to the early 1800s, is balanced by modern conveniences such as air-conditioning, high speed Wi-Fi, a complimentary smart phone inclusive of data, an in-retreat refreshment trunk and an Illy espresso machine as well as a tea station.

The one-bedroom retreats, measured at 173 sqm (1,862 ft.) and the two-bedroom lodge, measured at 217 sqm (2,337 ft.) are adorned by large outdoor decks and indoor and outdoor bathrooms, featuring a hammered copper stand-alone bath, double washbasins and an indoor and outdoor shower.

Interior Design

The tented retreats are available in four colour schemes and are styled individually with an inspirational theme that depicts the skill set of the various personnel available at a camp back in the early days of the 1800s as follows:


Multisensory culinary journeys await with a choice of Mads Lange, Api Jiwa and the Camp Fire as well as a large range of bespoke private dining and in-retreat dining options. Leading the brigade is award-winning Gault & Millau’s Three Hats Culinary Director, Matthew McCool who offers 12 years of International exposure.

Mads Lange.

The Camp’s split-level tented dining room is named in honour of the famous Danish spice trader, entrepreneur and peace maker of Bali, knight of the Order of the Netherlands and recipient of the Danish Gold medal of achievement - Mads Johansen Lange, nicknamed “The White King of Bali”.

Offering a contemporary European homemade and home-grown epicurean dining experience driven by seasonality and sustainably farmed produce. Open seven days per week for breakfast, lunch and dinner:

Breakfast 06.00hrs – 10.30hrs, Lunch 12.00hrs – 15.00hrs, Dinner 18.00hrs – 23.00hrs, Seating capacity 44 guests, Dress code Camp casual

Api Jiwa.

Inspired by the Sanskrit word for soul of fire, this is a highly interactive and intimate Asian barbecue that serves authentic and new age bites in a theatrical enrichening neck to tail, farm to table culinary fashion. Expect no elaborate menu as the Chef will tailor a delectable sensory journey according to your desires. Open for dinner from 18.00hrs – 23.00hrs, seven days per week. Seating capacity 16 guests: 10 at the Robatayaki Grill and 6 at a private dining table. Dress code Camp chic


The Spa

Treatments can be taken in our three spa tents or the privacy of your own tent. Capella Ubud, Bali’s wellness philosophy embodies the Auriga spirit: marrying soothing simplicity and pure indulgence delivered with a tailored, holistic approach.

The Armoury

For guests seeking more active pursuits, we have The Armoury, our state-of-the-art gymnasium tent. Book a personal training session or join a Pilates, Yoga or Barre class. Our Adventure Wellness programming embraces the camp’s position in the rainforest for guided group activities such as boot camps, aerial yoga, mountain bike trails and jungle hikes.

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Capella Ubud, Bali, Indonesia