Ritz Carlton Reserve Opens in Ubud

Ritz Carlton has opened the latest of its exclusive Reserve properties in the spiritual heartland of Bali. Named after the entrance to a traditional Hindu temple, Mandapa, a Ritz Carlton Reserve, is set along the majestic Ayung River as it meets the lush jungle in Ubud. Offering individually tailored spiritual, wellness, health and detox programs, complemented by the fulltime personalized attention of a dedicated Patih or butler, the intimate new retreat is designed to be a sanctuary in which relaxing one's mind, body, and soul comes naturally.

With only 35 luxurious and spacious suites, and 25 private pool villas, guests can select from an exquisite collection of accommodations that have been meticulously designed to magnify and embrace the surrounding tropical landscape, and include traditional yet contemporary Balinese interiorsby Jeffrey Wilkes of DESIGNWILKES, using naturally inspired and sustainably sourced materials.

Mandapa village will also be home to four restaurants and lounges offering an array of authentic Indonesian cuisine, Mediterranean dining, and tailored health-conscious menus for wellness and detox programs incorporating the freshest local ingredients. Dining Beyond, an exclusive culinary journey, will allow guests the chance to dine in special and exclusive locations within the Reserve and feature a tailor-made menu for each guest experience.

The Spa at Mandapa will allow guests to continue to discover peace of mind and body through holistic, comprehensive wellness and lifestyle programs based on five pillars – Balinese Spa, Detox & Nutrition, Alternative Therapy, Body Therapy, and Healing. Featuring eight treatment rooms and utilizing both ESPA and local products, the spa complex will also feature a state-of-the-art fitness center, sauna, river-front yoga studio, vitality-pool, and relaxation areas.

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