Nightly price per person from £138 per night
Como Uma Canggu is the newest addition to the COMO Hotels and Resorts collection opened in February 2018. Uma Canggu has a contemporary themed design, combining modern Asian and Italian touches.
Created by Koichiro Ikebuchi and Paola Navone, featuring many of the unique touches associated with COMO, especially in the wellness and cuisine offerings.
Uma Canggu is located on the Echo beach* in Canggu area, on the south-west coast of the peninsula. A short 20 minutes drive from Seminyak. 60 minutes from the airport.
In the Como Uma Canggu hotel buildings, you have a choice of 49 rooms and 3 suites.
All are bright & fashionably minimalist, with all of the comforts you desire. The rooms offer 36 to 56 sqm of bright, open and modern space. Some have a relaxing private patio area with an outdoor shower.
The Suites (75 -117 sqm) offer a spacious living area to relax after the day of activities.
You have a selection of 55 one and two-bedroom Residence Suites.
In addition, there are 12 three-bedroom COMO Penthouses.
Main 115 m swimming pool
COMO Beach Club restaurant with an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients – healthy and tasty
A selection of option local tours which includes trekking through the countryside with an experienced guide
For the experienced surfer, there are many sites in the immediate area
The Seminyak area with its numerous high-quality restaurants is just a short drive away
The hotel will host several regional DJ’s to ensure cool chilled vibes many evenings.
Como Uma Canggu Bali is an interesting new addition to the COMO collection, larger and more modern in design than the two other resorts in Bali, COMO Uma Ubud and COMO Shambhala Estate.
Actually, a twin combination could be of interest as it offers a real contrast in style and dramatic locations. Beach and mountains, but with consistency in the service levels associated with this always innovative group.
The Canggu area is well known within the region for its traditional rice paddies and has for years been the location of choice for long-term residents, shown in the number of upscale villas. The beaches tend to be small volcanic sand coves, and the sea bracing with usually high surf rips, so you do need to be confident in your own ability and certainly take local guidance. Plus the easy access to Seminyak with its huge number of restaurant options is a real plus. Just a few minutes beyond Seminyak, you have the lively resort of Kuta – known locally as Costa Foster’s given its popularity with Australian tourists.
*I know you have been asking – Echo Beach was recorded in 1980 by the Canadian group Martha & the Muffins. It has stood the test of time well, still iconic and gets the feet moving.
The Truth About Earthquakes & Volcanoes
Indonesia is located within the dramatically named “Ring of Fire”. As such, earthquakes are almost a daily occurrence in some parts of the archipelago. Anything less than five on the Richter scale of earthquakes hardly breaks a stride locally and is barely reported. There are 130 active volcanoes. Some have been docile for years, others seem to grumble more frequently. So in reality, you can have natural a disturbance, but the chances of it actually happening to you are rare. A little tremble quite probably, anything more serious unlikely. Neither earthquakes or volcanic eruptions are seasonal.
Como Uma Canggu, Bali
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