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Amankila

A luxury resort in Bali, Indonesia

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  • Nov 18, 2010
One of my favorite resorts in Bali. I have the fortune to visit it when it was first launched, back then in early 90s. The resort is not in the touristy areas of Bali, hence, it's far away from the maddening crowd. The best part of it is that it overlooks the ocean and with private pools in each of the beach houses. That was way too cool back then. Imagine, even today, the concept of having your own pools in your backyard and the visionary illusion of it stretching as far as the oceanI was totally awed!

Official Site: http://www.amanresorts.com/amankila/home.aspx
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November 18, 2010
Love the idea of my own private pool. That is definitely my idea of luxury!
 
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Amankila (meaning: "Peaceful hill") is a luxury coastal hotel situated on the green hill of Indrakila, nearManggis in Karangasem Regency in eastern BaliIndonesia. It is operated by Aman Resorts and was opened in March 1992. Lonely Planet describes Amankila as "one of Bali's best resorts".

The hotel, designed by Ed Tuttle, is set amongst the backdrop of Mount Agung, a volcano revered as a home of the gods that overlooks the Lombok Strait. In designing the hotel, Tuttle was inspired by the palaces ofUjung and Tirtagangga. The hotel has 34 suites which are fashioned as beach houses and are linked by walkways. The suites are thatched roof and freestanding with individual terraces furnished with daybeds. The tables are made of coconut shells and chairs are rattan. There are several choices in suites, including the Indrakila Suite, whose name derives from the hill upon which the hotel is built and includes a private pool, and the larger Amankila Suite that offers private butler service. The rooms are reported to range in cost between $700 to $2800 a night.

The three-tiered infinity swimming pool, resembling terraced fields, is built into a cliff edge. Each pool flows into the one below it and its construction includes blue tiling.  Nighttime poolside entertainment includes traditional Balinese dancing or live ...

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