Amankila’s unwavering mission to provide a carefully curated programme of energising and mind-broadening experiences continues with the introduction of new activities in and around the hotel alongside a series of property refurbishments.
Launching three new infinity pool suites, a private cinema and new dining experiences, Amankila seeks to immerse guests in the cultural heritage of the island, exploring the authentic and lesser known east coast of Bali.
Infinity pool suites
August 2019 sees the arrival of new swimming pools in three existing suites. Surrounded by jungle yet with an unobscured ocean view, the Infinity Pool Suites have their own private entrance offering ultimate seclusion.
An ideal choice for honeymooners, one of the new suites has an outdoor bale next to the swimming pool with two treatment beds for couples’ massages which can be transformed into a dining area to enjoy an intimate al fresco dining experience.
In addition, all the suites at Amankila have been upgraded with state-of-the-art technology including Bluetooth Bang & Olufsen speakers and, later this year, iPads which will include the guest directory, room service and spa menus so guests can plan their time at the resort seamlessly.
The property has also updated each mini-bar to include homemade cordials and ginger beer, as well as new Nespresso machines that use recyclable stainless-steel capsules. Throughout the hotel, Amankila has introduced sustainably sourced coffee from Java Mountain Coffee, a social enterprise with cooperatives based in Bali and Java, which seek to empower female farmers.
Launching in November 2019, Amankila will offer a private cinema experience in what was once part of the property’s library. Sporting a 55-inch screen and surround sound, the cinema will be available to book for individual screenings, sporting events and family movies and will offer a curated programme of lectures and films on the history and culture of the island.