About Uma by COMO Ubud
A luxury four-star resort, Uma by COMO is set in tropical gardens overlooking Tjampuhan Valley, Ubud, Indonesia. It is one mile away from the Ubud Palace.
Rooms are equipped with minibar, flat screen television, furnished balcony, four-poster beds, air conditioner, tea/coffee maker, in-room safe and a working desk. Bathrooms have a deep soaking bathtub, hair dryer and designer toiletries. Suites have plunge rooms and sunrooms while the villas add dining areas and lounges.
A sauna, outdoor pool, gym, library and meeting rooms are present. Yoga classes and scheduled area shuttles are complimentary. Wi-Fi and parking are complimentary services. Dry cleaning, laundry, luggage storage, babysitting, fax, airport shuttle and tour desks are some of the other facilities available.
Complimentary breakfast is served in the Kemiri restaurant, and Uma Cucina offers a good menu. Two onsite bars are also present.
Uma by COMO is 18 miles from Ngurah Rai Airport and half a mile from Blanco Renaissance Museum.
The Asian-styled contemporary rooms are done by very aesthetically. Rooms are very spacious and come with marble flooring. As per some guests the resort gives the feel of traditional Indonesian villages. Each room and suite has its own tropical garden. Guests can choose from terrace rooms, pool suites, Uma villa, Water Garden rooms and COMO villas. Large windows overlooking the landscaped courtyards and infinity-edged plunge pools look beautiful.
Multiple scheduled activities
were thrilled to enroll themselves into the complimentary walks through the
rice paddies and yoga sessions with a yoga master. They can enjoy many water
activities like volcano climbing and white water rafting. Spa facilities like
massages plus sauna are available in the spa and wellness centre. Guests can
even rent bicycles and see the places around.
Healthy breakfast options
healthy breakfast options like nut and seed flatbread with cashewnut hummus,
tomato, avocado, and rocket leaves or poached egg white omelet with kale were
loved by the guests. Some of the regular cooked breakfast options were lemon
scented cottage cheese, sweet corn cakes, smoked salmon and much more. Guests
could choose fruit and vegetable health drinks too. Lunch and dinner at the
onsite restaurants were also delicious.