A place to unwind and rejuvenate your soul
Natura's design plan was to enhance the beauty of the existing site, with environmental impact being a serious consideration. The preservation of existing vegetation and the protection of the river and wildlife were paramount in the design of the fourteen luxury villas.
Situated within the Petanu River valley, one of Bali's holy rivers, the emphasis is on the nature of the river and the jungle. With direct access to clean natural swimming and the soothing sounds of constant flowing water, the jungle site is a plateau with dramatic views across and along the river, already rich and densely vegetated with coconuts, palms, exotic fruit and abundance of advanced native trees. Natural springs abound in this haven of peace and tranquility.
Located 3 kms. North East from the center of Ubud, the artistic and cultural center of Bali, is the traditional Balinese Village of Laplapan, seemingly untouched by the hands of time. Here Natura has been conceived, a new concept in environmentally aware guest accommodation.
Point of interest and activities within close proximity
Ubud Palace & Ubud Market
Museums and art galleries
Jungle and rice paddy trekking
Traditional Balinese dance programs.
Religious ceremonies when available.
In house facilities:
1 spring water swimming pool and sundeck
20 mtr. Lap pool and SPA area close to River
The Wantilan Restaurant and Bar
Exclusive Jacuzzi Area
Complimentary WiFi Internet access
Comprehensive riverside traditional spa
Laundry and dry cleaning
24 hours Reception
Gallery / Boutique area
Complimentary shuttle service to Ubud
Departure lounge facilities
Doctor on call (24 hours)
Natura Resort and Spa was designed for energy efficient building and eco friendly buildings. This make Natura Resort and Spa become an award-winning for Construction Work Award of Indonesia by Minister of Settlement And Regional Infrastructures of The Republic of Indonesia in 2003 and ASEAN energy efficient Building Best Practices Competition - Tropical Building Category on June 2004.