Sankara is the word, it’s the scallop shell which produces sound when it is blown. During Mahabrata’s war it was used to give the sign when the war started and ended. Now days in Bali this tool is used during the purification ceremony to neutralize the bad energy and produce a peaceful atmosphere.
The Villa was designed in Balinese architecture, featuring natural finished teak wood and natural stones. Guests are surrounded by the textures and color of nature, dressed slate, tiles, smooth unpainted wood, soft homespun, fabrics, intricate, worked copper, flowers and foliage.
Featuring a restaurant, Sankara Ubud Resort offers accommodation with an outdoor pool and a spa. The resort operates a 24-hour front desk and provides free WiFi access in all areas. Guests who drive enjoy free parking privileges.
Sankara Ubud Resort is a 15-minute drive from central Ubud, 20-minute drive from Monkey Forest and a 90-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Blending modern decor with traditional touches, each air-conditioned unit has a seating area, flat-screen satellite TV and a personal safe. An electric kettle and a minibar are also among the amenities provided. En suite bathrooms offer a bathtub, double sink and free bath amenities.
Airport transfers and car rental can be arranged on site. Guests may also request for laundry service.
Offering room service, The Kumbuh Restaurant serves a spread of Indonesian and Western delights.