To meet the growing demand from regional and international in-bound markets, Alaya Resort Ubud will add a new wing with 40 rooms and 5 suites, wedding pavilion, a gym, boardroom, additional swimming pool, and a much talked about second restaurant, Manisan.


Even with the new wing and Manisan, we are still considered a boutique property,” said Jimmy Gunawan, CEO of AIM Hospitality that manages Alaya Hotels. “In fact the new wing is located at the back of the property so the addition from the front of the hotel appears subtle but significant with a combined total of over 100 rooms.” Alaya Resort Ubud combines indigenous materials such as bamboo and innovative examples of island-inspired artistry throughout as well as its own DaLa Spa featuring six treatment rooms and a multi-functional pavilion for yoga, cooking classes and other cultural activities.

Alaya Resort Ubud
Jalan Hanoman, Ubud
+62 361 97 22 00

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