THE PUNCH HOTELS 2023
Where to Stay in Ubud:
Best Responsible Hotels in Bali's
Bambu Indah prides itself on combining the best of antique architecture and design, innovative bamboo architecture with modern and sustainable practices in a luxury environment. They named this collection of antique teak homes Bambu Indah, which translates to beautiful bamboo.
“From permaculture gardens and water filtration, bamboo buildings and smart cross breeze in the houses, trash walks with guests and staff to stainless steel reusable bottles for the entire team, we at Bambu Indah work tirelessly at not only being sustainably conscious but raising awareness with everyone around us.”
A radically distinctive boutique hotel. Bambu Indah prides itself on combining the best of antique architecture and design, innovative bamboo architecture with modern and sustainable practices in a luxury environment. They named this collection of antique teak homes Bambu Indah, which translates to beautiful bamboo.
An award-winning boutique hotel & villas located in Ubud. With 38 well-appointed suites and 12 private villas, Bisma Eight hotel and its restaurants Copper & Embers are using a generous amount of produce coming from their own organic farm in Tegallalang. The first property in Bali to have been certified CHSE-SNI.
3.FOUR SEASONS RESORT SAYAN
In the central highlands near Ubud, Four Seasons Sayan invites you to an intimate hideaway nestled between two rivers. The resort is guided by the Balinese philosophy of Tri Hita Karana and strives to minimize its impact on the environment and is proud to be recognised as responsible tourism operators.
Having been voted the #1 Resort in the World in the 2018 Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards, Viceroy is an independently minded hotel with environmental sustainability at the forefront of its design. The resort continues to develop ways to be a conscious global citizen whilst providing unparalleled levels of service.
A charming boutique hotel located 1.5km from Ubud Center in Bali. Hotel Dinara strives to reduce its environmental impact through sustainable best practices in service, product and maintenance. Their key targets include reducing waste, saving energy, cutting down water usage and especially working with the local community.
The 33-room resort is where people from all over the world can enjoy the culture and beauty of Bali, share delicious food and drinks, be immersed in great music, and form lifelong friendships. Soulshine’s natural rice terrace is well preserved to share with all guests the experience of Bali’s culture of rice plating.
MANA EARTHLY PARADISE
Mana Earthly Paradise combines elements of traditional architecture with hints of minimalism and natural modernity. Experience a low-impact living surrounded by the beauty of Bali. The property embodies innovation, sustainability, and style using natural materials such as natural stones, reclaimed wood, and bamboo.
SANDAT GLAMPING TENTS
Sandat Glamping offers exclusive hospitality to a small number of guests to provide the privacy and tranquility that reigns in the rice fields. The property allows you to savour the exotic charm of an uncontaminated place by privileging the contact with nature in an environment filled with sophisticated luxury and great comfort.
Komaneka Resorts are founded, designed, and run by a young Balinese couple from Ubud. Firstly introduced as an art gallery specializing in high-end Balinese and Indonesian contemporary art, Komaneka is a collection of boutique resorts – each carefully created to fulfil travellers’ expectations of an upscale luxury lifestyle.