Hotel love | Sandat Glamping Bali

It’s a bumpy ride to get there, across sandy roads, rice fields and beautiful local villages. The cottage we’re staying in is made of wood,clearly designed by people who know what they’re doing. When I open the curtains I see an amazing pool followed by nothing but palmtrees and rice. This place is a dream.

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Traditional
Sandat Glamping has 8 accommodations. Five luxury tents and three cottages like ours. The cottages are designed like traditional rice houses. Usually this is where the rice is stored, now it’s turned into an amazing accommodation. The two-storey wooden house has an outdoor shower, a room upstairs and an outdoor bed downstairs. Everything breathes Bali. The decor is perfect, but different everywhere. Nothing is supposed to be together and yet everything feels in place.

Glamping
Same goes for the tents. Styled to perfection. And I have yet to mention the views. All tents are overlooking the rice fields. So while you’re waking up, brushing your teeth, you can spot the locals getting ready for a day in the fields. And while you’re enjoying the sun at your own private pool, you see nothing but jungle, palm trees and rice. This place breaths honeymoon.

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Italians
Sandats’ owners are Italians and travelers by heart. Their love for surfing led them to Bali and they eventually found this piece of land near Ubud perfect for one of their other passions, starting a glamping resort. I deliberately say “one of their other passions” for these people can do it all. They are architects, tattoo artists with shops in Venice and Formentera and they have a 2nd branch of Sandat just outside Venice. They travel back and forth between Europe and Bali and in the meantime have a great crew that ensures that everything runs smoothly at Sandat.

Surroundings
The entire park is designed so that it has minimal impact on the surrounding nature. As little energy as possible is wasted and the resort is designed so that it fits within the traditional construction. When the park was built, the creators had to build a bridge to ensure transport to the resort. This bridge has made the area much more accessible, so in a few years Sandat might not be the only resort here. Go visit now!

Sandat Glamping is really worth a visit. If you are looking for peace, the best views and some amazing interior inspiration, it’s a must-go. And if Bali is not on the agenda anytime soon, why not go to Venice and visit them there? Really, go check it out!


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Geschreven door Fieke

"Travel girl by heart. Never goes anywhere without her running shoes. Lives abroad. Loves a little bit of luxury. And wine, red red wine."

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