Ubud is renowned for many things besides its spiritual healing, moreover for being Bali’s most cultural hotspot. Right in the heart of that, on the quaint street of Jalan Bisma, you will find a place like no other: Bisma Eight.
Set around a peaceful courtyard and an organic garden, you will find twelve breath-taking villas. Awash in gentle natural light, muted hues of white and terracotta, furnished with locally-sourced timber from Balinese craftsmen and with a lush secluded garden, Bisma Eight is beyond just a place to stay.
With an open-air living space, a master bedroom (appointed with bespoke linens and bedding; woven and naturally dyed exclusively for Bisma Eight) and a bathroom, complete with Japanese soaking tub, private pool and greenery in every corner, it’s a space that is both intimate and expansive. Mindfully crafted to allow you to indulge in the Ubud-experience of your dreams.
Besides the dreamy interior, the nature outside the window is the one that takes the lead of both the heart and the eyes. The villas and their surroundings were created to draw deep from the well of Central Balinese history, food and culture, and to bring guests as close to the land as possible. Framed around a courtyard of winsome natural gardens and quiet ponds, each villa features thoughtful modern luxury juxtaposed with intimate Balinese tradition.
Not that we needed more convincing, but you can also enjoy Mediterranean-inspired and locally-sourced dishes at Bisma Eight’s restaurant Embers, or indulge and relax at the villa’s luxurious spa. In addition, a Chapel can be found on-site, which offers a unique wedding location that looks out onto Ubud’s famous Monkey Forest.
Find out more, or book your stay via www.bisma-eight.com.