Capella Hotel Group has opened its latest resort, located in rainforest near Ubud on the Indonesian island of Bali.
Capella Ubud is a tented camp, designed by Bangkok-based architect Bill Bensley, with 22 one-bedroom luxury tents plus a two-bedroom lodge.
The property, located in the village of Keliki around 20 minutes north of Ubud, also features four dining outlets, including a split-level tented dining room and The Officers Tent, which is the camp’s living room and library.
Other facilities include the Auriga Wellness spa and a jungle-based tented gym, as well as its own honey farms, coffee, tea and cocoa plantations.
Singapore-based Capella Hotels & Resorts has properties in Singapore, Bangkok, Maldives, Sanya, Shanghai, Sydney and Dusseldorf.
Room rates for Capella Ubud start at US$838 per night plus service charge and taxes.