The Maya Ubud Resort is an idyllic tropical getaway located in the heart of Bali. Perched above the Petanu River valley and Peliantan rice fields, it offers sweeping views of the lush tropical gardens and surrounding landscape. The resort sprawls across 10 hectares with a variety of guestrooms, thatched villas, and onsite activities for you to enjoy during your stay.
Departing from more conventional design concepts, architect Budiman Hendropurnomo fused tradition and modernity to celebrate the ancient heritage and natural landscape. The entire layout is oriented along the sacred axis, connected by a ceremonial walkway that follows the central ridge. He also incorporated recycled timber and other natural materials to give each room its own character.
Everyday items such as cartwheels, railway sleepers, and fish traps have been repurposed as mirrors, lamps, tables, and other design elements to represent the rich Balinese culture.
The eclectic décor is also present in the public spaces to create a continuity that integrates the resort into the natural landscape. As you dine at any of the several options on-site, revitalize yourself with a variety of spa treatments, lounge by the pool, partake in a yoga session, or challenge yourself on the tennis court in the fitness center, you cannot help but be overwhelmed by the awe-inspiring views and tranquility of the island.