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Be pampered in an ancient valley of Spiritual Magic, beside a Holy River surrounded by Sacred Mountains. Contemplate serenity in dancing waterfalls & meandering pathways. Breathe in the fragrance of a thousand blossoms. Sacred Mountain is the old Bali which you have heard so much about, but few today have the privilege of experiencing. We invite you to come and be one of the lucky.
ECO DESIGN: SACRED MOUNTAIN SANCTUARY is in all senses of the word a true Eco-Retreat Lodge, from site plan, architecture and gardens to constructed wetlands wastewater purification. It is the largest bamboo* building project in Bali and perhaps all of Indonesia and South East Asia. Over 10,000 bamboo stalks, all from Balinese forests mostly in the area of the Sanctuary were used and tied together by local craftsmen in the traditional manner to create the villas., Over 3,000 trees were saved by using bamboo as the main building material. The effect is pure magic, transporting one back in time when this ancient practice began.
Tap water comes from a mountain spring and is purified by sand filters and ultra violet light. Salad greens, vegetables, herbs, papaya, jack fruit, rambutan, mango and other varieties of fruit trees and food are organically grown in the Sanctuary's gardens. Garbage is separated. and recycled whenever possible. Organic waste from the kitchen is composted, adding nutrients to the soil. Furnishings by local craftspeople are almost all made of bamboo. Wastewater Gardens designed by Dr. Mark Nelson of the Planetary Coral Reef Foundation treat the septic and grease trap waste water.
sacred mountain sanctuary villa2The site plan was designed utilizing the natural contours of the land to reduce earth moving. Buildings are almost all raised off the ground for minimal environmental impact. Almost all the building materials came from the Sidemen area. Bamboo was harvested from the surrounding mountain forests. Stone and sand were supplied by the river and nearby quarries; Alang-alang (special grass) for the roofs came from the high mountain meadows that ring the valley. Most all of the other materials came from the neighboring island of Java. Local carpenters and assistants worked creatively alongside craftsmen from other parts of Bali, Java and Lombok to build SACRED MOUNTAIN SANCTUARY.

Our magnificent locale offers ample opportunity to explore nature & the heart of Bali.
  • River walks & swimming
  • Mountain trekking
  • Temple walks
  • Private guides available

  • Easy Access To :
  • Fantastic Scuba diving
  • Beautiful unspoiled beaches
  • Sacred sites of Bali
  • Village of Ubud and its arts
  • Cultural shows and shopping
  • White Water Rafting
  • sacred mountain sanctuary villa3Villas:
    Private spring fed dipping pools refresh the spirit in secluded gardens. Elements of Feng Shui are found throughout the villas and gardens. Our 19 villas are each uniquely designed with the extraordinary in mind. Set amidst spectacular natural surroundings and constructed in bamboo, volcanic rock & other eco-friendly materials.

    One Stone Villa
  • Spacious single story
  • River View & private Zen garden
  • Surrounded by natural splendor featuring an outdoor bathing pavilion with sunken marble bathtub
  • Minibar One Octagon Villa
  • Unique Octagonal Architecture
  • River View
  • Private gardens
  • Open air bathrooms with sunken marble bathtub
  • Minibar

  • sacred mountain sanctuary villa4Six Pool Villas
  • Two Story villas
  • Extraordinary architecture with views to the surrounding landscape from all sides
  • Sleeping areas upstairs and down sleeps four comfortably
  • Private gardens
  • Open air bathrooms with sunken marble bathtubs
  • Private dipping pool
  • Minibars
  • Great for families
  • Three villas with mountain views
  • Three villas with river views

  • One Mountain Villa
  • Two Story villa
  • Sleeping areas upstairs and down sleeps four comfortably
  • Private gardens with a large lawn
  • Open air bathroom with sunken marble bathtub
  • Minibar
  • Great for families

  • Ten Junior Villas
  • Beautiful garden settings
  • Great views
  • Sunken marble bathtubs
  • Minibar
  • Ideal for couples
  • Hotel Facilities:
    Relax and experience deep peace, in lush tropical surroundings. 12 person open air hot tub. Our large circular Conference Room can accommodate up to 50 seated & 30 for movement or yoga. An audio system is available for group use upon request. IDD International telephone service in each Villa.
    Airport transfer to and from sacred mountain, as well as transportation for groups & individuals to many of Bali's attractions & sacred sites is available upon request. (advance bookings required). Mountain fresh laundry service Our spacious Meeting Hall is designed to accommodate groups of up to 60 seated, and is the ideal for meditation, movement, gatherings and conferences.

    Our Thai executive chef has created a delectable selection of gourmet Thai, Balinese & Western cuisine for your delight. Organic salad greens, vegetables, fruits & herbs are picked fresh daily from our Permaculture gardens in the Sanctuary to create a healthy and delicious cuisine which you will not forget.

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ROOM RATES - Valid until 31 March 2005

Rates are quoted in US Dollars, per room per night

Type of Villa Normal Rates + 21% tax
& service charges.
Our Special Rates
Including 21% tax & service
Two Story River View TBA 115.00
Two Story Mountain View (pool) TBA 110.00
River View Stone TBA 100.00
River View Octagonal TBA 90.00
Two Story Mountain TBA 90.00
Traditional Junior (Cottages) TBA 74.00
Extra charge (in 2 story room) TBA 15.00
Extra Bed TBA 13.00
Meal Package (breakfast, lunch & dinner) TBA 44.00

* Extra 10% from July 01 - August 31 & December 15 - January 15