Hotel in Bali..
Set into the side of the Tjampuhan valley in Bali’s cultural heartland of Ubud, Pita Maha Resort & Spa is a jewel overlooking the beautiful River Oos. From the lobby and restaurant area, the natural beauty of the Ubud foothills is immediately apparent.
Rich in history, the Tjampuhan area has been the focal point of Bali’s artistic Community since 1934. The prince of Ubud, Tjokorda Gde Agung Sukawati, joined forces with the celebrated western artists Walter Spies and Rudolf Bonnet to establish a creative association they named “Pita Maha”. The group, whose name in English means “great shining”, was designed foster and promote the talent of local artists.
Pita Maha Resort & Spa opened in 1995 to commemorate the birth of this artistic force and to keep alive its original philosophy. It was designed by a member of Ubud’s royal family as an organic Balinese village. A total of 24 villas are set within traditional walled compounds to provide the ultimate in comfort and privacy.
Each villa is luxuriously appointed, with air-conditioning, satellite TV, private bar and other modern conveniences. The standard of workmanship, in wood and stone, benefits that of the most ancient and powerful Balinese palaces, with carefully tended gardens and an eye for detail that will delight the most discerning guest.