COMO Uma Canggu sits at the edge of the sand in Canggu, with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean’s rolling waves and some impressive rocks named Batu Mejan. The resort is a 60-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
COMO Uma Canggu adapts spectacular modern Asian and Italian-influenced interiors, which reflect a collaboration between Japanese-born designer Koichiro Ikebuchi and Milan-based designer Paola Navone. Meanwhile, renowned landscape architect, Trevor Hillier, designed the resort’s sweeping lawns and shrubbery.
COMO Uma Canggu offers 52 rooms and suites, 55 one and two-bedroom residences, and 12 three-bedroom COMO penthouses with arched openings over their decks and private pools. The style is contemporary, with lots of white and full-length windows to make the resort feel like it is soaked in Indian Ocean light. They are completed with several amenities, such as 48-inch LED television, IPTV interactive television, Wi-Fi, electronic personal safe (large enough to fit laptops), Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities, Egyptian cotton bed linen, multimedia hub, individually controlled air conditioning, yoga mats, private bar, spacious bathroom, COMO Shambhala amenities, cotton bathrobes and bedroom slippers.
The oceanside setting instils spirit into the resort’s entire offering, from the COMO Beach Club, which is a modern twist on the traditional surf shack, to the airy COMO Shambhala Retreat, which has two yoga studios. COMO Beach Club focuses on wood-fired dishes, with Indian Ocean seafood as a key ingredient on the menus. It has panoramic views of Echo Beach, making it the perfect spot to watch the sunset with a cocktail. The wellness center offers eight discrete treatment rooms, including two double rooms for couple treatments. ‘Jungle Sport’ sessions are also available here for the first time in Bali. This TRX-style exercise uses suspension equipment to tone and build muscles, as well as provide an extensive cardio workout. There is also a Play by COMO facility to keep younger guests engaged, and Tropicsurf, the pioneers of luxury surfing, are on hand to offer lessons in everything from fundamental balance skills to tackling the island’s toughest waves. Hour-long or week-long courses are available for individuals, children and families.