Pita Maha Resort Ubud is around 45 minutes drive from the
international airport of Bali, 20 minutes walk to the center
Pita Maha Resort Ubud sets into the side of the Tjampuhan
valley in Bali's cultural heartland of Ubud.Pita Maha Resort
and Spa is a landscaped jewel overlooking the beautiful
River Oos. From
the lobby and restaurant are, the natural beauty the Ubud
foothills is immediately apparent.
On your arrival, Pita Maha Resort's professional and friendly
Balinese staff will greet you with a traditional welcome drink, the
Brem Barong, in our splended and
spacious Lobby Lounge. It has a sensational view across the valley
to the distant and verdant rice-field.
Rich in history, the Tjampuhan valley became the focal point of Bali's
artistic community when in 1934, the Prince of Ubud, Tjokorda Gde
Agung Sukawati, joined with celebrated Western artists Walter Spies
and Rudolf Bonnet to create an artists' association they named Pita
Maha. "Pita Maha" in English translates to "Great Shining".
In 1994, to commemorate the birth of this artistic force and to keep
alive the original philosophy, The Pita Maha Resort was created and
opened its doors on 01 December 1995.
All individually controlled air-conditioned villas in the Pita Maha
Resort & Spa feature private balconies, tub and shower bathroom,
private bar and satellite television. The Pool Garden Villas and Pool
Duplex Villas both also feature a private pool and enclosed garden.