Balinese-style stone gateways front Amandari's 30 walled, thatched-roof suites. Each terrace suite features a large combined bedroom and living room, with all facilities, including a bar and music system. In a duplex suite, the living room and bar are located on the ground level, with the bedroom and its queen-size bed on the second level. Eleven terrace and duplex suites come with private swimming pools.

Twin vanities and dressing areas, separate shower and toilet rooms and Javanese marble flooring lend elegance to the Amandari bathroom. Each bathroom also enjoys an outdoor, sunken marble bathtub framed by stone planters filled with ferns and baby bamboo.

The Asmara Suite and the Ayung Suite are duplex accommodations, with private swimming pools and picturesque views of the adjacent rice terraces and valley. Available with one or two detached bedrooms, the Amandari Suite includes a separate living room pavilion, a swimming pool, an outdoor dining bale of teak and bamboo and views of the Ayung River gorge.

An outdoor dining bale is set among reflection ponds. A garden and a landscaped deck embrace the expansive, two-tiered swimming pool, finished in pale-green tiles to match the surrounding paddy fields.

The Restaurant, open to the country air overlooks Amandari's swimming pool & the gorge.

Amandari has recently added a private, three-bedroom villa to its accommodations. Located alongside the Ayung River gorge, adjacent to the resort, the 1,500-square-meter site overlooks fields of rice and the distant peaks of Batukau, Sanglyang and Lesong. The Balinese-style villa compound includes five pavilions: three detached, terrace-style bedrooms; a separate living room walled entirely in windows and sliding-glass doors; and a fully fitted kitchen complete with staff quarters. The villa is crafted largely of coconut wood and teak. Interior design and furnishings are in classic Amandari style.

Villa Lounge

Villa Deck

Living Room

Appointments in the spacious, glass-walled living room range from corner day beds to a three-meter-long couch with matching chairs and a large central table. Additional furnishings include a color TV, a CD player and mini-bar. Enjoy breakfast in the living room and watch white herons drift over the rice paddies, looking for their own breakfast. After harvest time, the fields are full of ducks.

Dining Bale

Enter the thatched-roof dining bale over stones set like a pathway across a reed reflection pool. The bale, with its marble flooring and coconut-wood posts, comes with a round table and rattan chairs for six. From there, the views run to the terraced paddy fields and the Balinese rice-field hut known as a pondok.

Master Bedroom

Features include a king-size, canopied bed, corner desks, rattan furniture and sliding kamisan-print doors that give way to screen and glass doors and unimpeded views. The bathroom comes with an outdoor bathtub surrounded by high, limestone walls.

Guest Bedrooms

The two guest bedrooms are similar to the master bedroom in design and furnishings. One bedroom commands the highest point in the villa compound. From its terrace, sunset watching is particularly rewarding.

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