A unique Bali hotel will offer you a lifetime experience


Located on the remote and beautiful island of Bali, you may find one of the most impressive bedrooms ever built. It is a part of the Bambu Indah hotel, which is located near the town of Ubud.

This amazing Bali hotel is situated above a shrimp pond and the bedroom reveals a stunning underwater panorama.

A one-of-a-kind bedroom with glass floor in the Bali hotel


Bambu Indah hotel features eleven antique Javanese bridal homes transformed into magnificent eco-friendly rooms. Udang House or Shrimp House is situated on a fresh water fountain which supplies a natural pool. This unique Bali hotel cottage features a bedroom which has a tempered glass floor panels that reveal the stunning underwater view.  Authentic shrimp baskets have been transformed into lamps to create a natural fishing village feeling and experience.  The private Udang House suite is built from teak timbers and offers an outdoor shower, a private veranda and a plenty of natural light.

A spectacular Bali hotel – a true romantic retreat



Bambu Indah, means beautiful bamboo in Balinese. The hotel is just a few minutes away from the town of Ubud. The location of this fantastic Bali hotel offers views of the Ayung River and a Hindu temple. Stone paths lead the guests from the reception area to the romantic private cottages. The interior design is traditional and modest. Furniture is crafted mostly from bamboo. Bathrooms offer unique views and reveal the charm of nature and the bedrooms are spacious and airy. Just like any modern hotel, Bambu Indah offers everything you may need, including air conditioning and wireless internet.


 River stones in a pond lead the guest to the cottages


Each cottage has its own private veranda


The cottages are antique Javanese bridal homes


Traditional style interior


The bedrooms have wonderful views


 The furniture is crafted mostly from bamboo


Glass roof in the bathroom


Outdoor bathroom and shower


Natural light in the bathroom


The design offers unobstructed views of the surroundings



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