Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve at Ubud- Bali are created in a magical interplay of complete luxury, divine nature and local culture. Enjoy a great suite or pool villa and breathtaking views of the Ayung River, rice fields and jungle-clad gap.

One Bedroom Pool Villa, on the Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve by UbudMandapa is sanskrit for temple. And it is also the special spiritual feeling one gets in a Balinese temple, who have formed the inspiration for the resort, when the luxury Ritz-Carlton chain created it. The external peace and harmony and inner peace, spiced with the special Balinese focus on beauty and detail.



In arriving at the resort along a winding road through the jungle. Entering through a temple gate and will be featured a welcome drink of your personal butler. here your eyes will have caught the divine surroundings with a unique view, where the entire Valley reveals itself to you. Mandapa are scattered in a vast area of jungle and rice fields from the top of the Canyon and down to the banks of the Ayung River. In the area are also vibrant hindu Temple.


Living room in one of the luxurious suites of the Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve by UbudSTORE SUITES and POOLVILLAER in HARMONY with the SURROUNDINGS

Mandapa is complete luxury in all architecture is genuine Balinese. with extensive use of natural materials. The decor is characterized by dark wood and traditional works of art created with precision and farverigdom.

The resort has 35 suites and 25 villas with private pool. No matter what you choose, you get everything you can dream of. And probably more. Even the smallest suites have excellent space for a whole family!


  1. Luxurious suites on 100-145 m2 with private terrace and views of the rice fields and jungle
    2. One Bedroom Pool Villa, 431 m2 with 30 m2 pool, views to the jungle
    3. Rice Terrace One Bedroom Pool Villa, 431 m2 with 30 m2 pool, views of the jungle and rice terraces
    4. One Bedroom Riverfront Pool Villa, 431 m2 with 30 m2 pool, views of the jungle by the river
    5. Two Bedroom Pool Villa, 995 m2 with 82 m2 pool and exceptional location by the river
    5. Mandapa Three Bedroom Pool Villa, 2001 m2 with 172 m2 pool with river view

In living surrounded by paddy fields, which are not just for decoration, but also helps to deliver an important part of the accessory at the resort’s restaurants. Mandapas own organic garden also contributes to the experience.

Mandapa Ubud Has 4 Restaurant as Below :

Sawah Twerrace is located overlooking rice fields and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with the best of the local cuisine. The focus is on health and local produce.

Kubu is fine dining in the evening created with inspiration from Mediterranean cuisine. In sitting on the edge of the River, with its sound provides a unique atmosphere. The restaurant has, among other things. 9 romantic pavilions made of plaited branches as Weaver birds beautiful nests.

The Pool Bar serves light meals, juices  by Mandapas large pool. Enjoy it, if you want a simple yet healthy lunch.

The Libraray is an elegant lounge with small snacks and delicious afternoon tea on Balinese.

Finally, can you ask to get covered up at your own private table for a romantic dinner on the edge of the rice fields. Candles, starry sky, gastronomy and just you.

Mandapa has focus on the good and healthy life. Every morning and evening can participate in yoga classe ( YOGA and SPA )


Bali’s spiritual and traditional life puts his strong stamp on life on Mandapa rooted in the LOCAL CULTURE


Bali’s spiritual and traditional life puts his strong stamp on life at the resort. The local calendar many feasts and traditions translates into enriching activities at the resort all year round. The resort also works closely with the local area.


Children are cordially welcome on the Mandapa, and they can look forward to a very special experience, if they are fresh to experience and learn. A little away from the rest of the resort is the organic garden and a hut on stilts. Here is the exciting activities focusing on nature, sustainability and the world around us. The program is created in collaboration with The Green School in Bali.