Located near the popular Jalan Bisma and just a 10-minute walk to the hustle and bustle of central Ubud, Bisma Eight is a stylish and cozy tropical modern boutique hotel providing guests with a uniquely luxurious stay that truly surprises and delights the senses.
Amongst the pristine greenery of Ubud, the property leaves no detail unturned, from its beautifully crafted contemporary design to gracious staff greeting guests in traditional Balinese fashion upon arrival, with an offering to the majestic Ganesh statue for good luck, and even an eclectic “Library Café” for those who just want some time to unwind and sip on specialty coffees prepared by Bisma Eight’s very own skilled baristas. With amenities, such as an exquisite infinity pool overlooking the lush forest to the delectable Copper restaurant based within the premise, Bisma Eight is Indeed one of Ubud’s best kept secrets.
With each room influenced by both local and international aesthetics, the spacious and uniquely designed suites at Bisma Eight invokes a sense homeliness and comfort at every turn. Little touches such as the handcrafted Japanese-inspired wooden soaking tubs large enough to fit two, a large living area that includes a magnificent yet practical work bench that any business traveler would be proud of, and a combination of Balinese architecture and modern state of the art equipment makes Bisma Eight the perfect oasis for any type of traveler.
Comprising a total of 38 suites, they are categorized into the Garden, Canopy and Forest suite. Each offering different views and sizes but all with a common theme in mind, the rooms utilize an indigenous use of space affording guests an indulgent feel, a true testament of effortless comfortability in a home away from home.
For meals, whether it is breakfast or a romantic dinner, guests can head to the alluring Copper Kitchen and Bar located on the hotel rooftop amidst outstanding forest views. With the kitchen helmed by talented Executive Chef, Ben Mcrae, the dining options at Bisma Eight are a blend of authenticity and creativity that brings out the very best flavours that Ubud has to offer. Ingredients used are from their own spacious organic farm just minutes’ walk away, ensuring quality and freshness in every dish prepared. Guests can even forage for their own vegetables to add to their meals, forging a deeper understanding of the farm-to-table concept.
During breakfast guests are given a variety of local and international selections to choose providing them with the perfect meal to start of the day. The lunch and dinner menu consists of a modern Asian and western fusion that offers very thoughtful food done with an Ubud sensibility, sourcing locally while using modern cooking techniques the food embraces the culinary simplicity and the flair of the contemporary kitchen; bringing the absolute best from the kitchen to the table. Diners are definitely in for a treat.
A bevy of activities are on offer in and around Bisma Eight, whether it is exploring Balinese culture, improving your cooking skills, gaining more insights in sustainable farming or just simply relaxing. There is definitely something for everyone.
Take a tour, guided by Chef Ben, to Bisma Eight’s very own garden, just 400 meters from the hotel and get first-hand experience and learn all about sustainable farming. Guests are taken on a journey around the area and will be amazed by the types of produce grown, get a chance to even have a taste some of the fresh herbs and vegetables such as Rosella, Tomatoes, Papaya, Ocra and many more. There are also cooking classes available, utilizing the produce from the garden to whip up some of Copper Restaurants favourite dishes and coffee making classes led by friendly baristas at the lovely Library Café, the best thing is that they are all available complimentary for staying guests.
An amazing place that offers breathtaking views, accommodation and quality service to guests, Bisma Eight is not simply just your everyday run-of-the-mill hotel but one that provides guests with an unforgettably unique experience in the magical confines of Ubud.