Banyan Tree Ugasan Resort Review

Banyan Tree Ugasan is situated on the southern tip of Bali, overlooking the Indian ocean. Home to 73 villas, each villa incorporated Balinese element in its interior design. Beautifully designed, guest can escape the city and relax in the luxury resort.

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The 403 sqm one-bedroom villa is divided into 4 major area – Living room, Master Bedroom, Master Bathroom and Outdoor area.

The living room is separated into 2 part – Lounging and dining. A Coffee machine that brews a nice cup of espresso coffee to kickstart your day.  If coffee is not your thing, grab some TWG tea is a good option! Also, there is a dining area that allows guest to enjoy room meals properly. Besides, there is a work desk that is great for catching up some work. Next, to the dining area, there is a huge sofa in the living room which is great for a small gathering. No doubt the size of the TV can be improved.

Located at the back of the villa is the master bedroom. Large bed and firm mattress, one can guaranteed a good night sleep. As the bed faces the pool, it offers an amazing view during the day. Plus, with direct access to the pool, one can take a dip easily. Perfect for a summer vacation!

The bathroom is huge and beautiful line with marble tiles. Plus, it comes with a bathtub, an indoor and outdoor shower area. The vanity area is a little nice touch to the bathroom, creating a small space to get ready.

Each villa has a private pool and sunbed which allows guest to go for a quick dip and enjoy the exclusivity in the villa. With an outdoor jacuzzi, one can even request for water to be warm. Trees lined around the villa also offer shade even during the day. Taking a dip without the burning sun is indeed a nice way to enjoy the swim and view.  

Dining in Banyan Tree Ugasan

Breakfast is served in Bambu restaurant every morning. Presented in a semi-buffet style, one can choose from Asian to western-style breakfast from its menu. Personal favourite got to be Egg infused with truffle oil and Lobster bits. Besides choosing from the menu, there are many options in the buffet table. Vegetarian options are available too. Alternatively, one can top up 450,000 IDR for breakfast in the pool.

Award-Winning Restaurants in Banyan Tree Bali – Ju Ma Na

Image Credit: Ju Ma Na

Other dining options include Ju Ma Na which offers meals with breathe taking views and exquisite gourmet food. Featuring French cuisine with a Japanese twist, one is in for a treat at the award-winning restaurant.

Interestingly, food delivery from Go-jek is available. However, you have to go to the lobby and self-collect. Although options are not as extensive, it serves as a great snack option!

Activities in Banyan Tree Ugansan

Daily activity schedule can be found at the board. From excursion to a yoga session in the gym, there is something lined up by the resort every day. Activities such as Yoga, presidential tour, beach walk are complimentary for in-house guest.

Beach Access

Although Banyan Tree Ugasan does not have its own private beach, there is an area in the beach exclusively for in-house guest. Guest will have to take a buggy to the beach area and walk a couple of steps before arriving at the beach.

Despite being dated, Banyan Tree Ugasan offers a very luxury experience. In terms of service and room, Banyan Tree lives up to its name. Our 3 Day 2 Night stay at Banyan Tree is a complimentary stay with American Express when we sign up for American Express Platinum Card. The complimentary stay includes daily breakfast.

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