Eco Six Bali is the newest, the biggest, and arguably the best bamboo luxury resort on the Island Of Gods!
Surrounded by the Ubud jungle, dazzling rice terraces, and boasting incredible views of Mount Agung, Eco Six is an unmissable experience on your next visit to Bali.
I personally spent a couple of days at Eco Six Bali and have put together this complete guide including where to book, what to expect, and an honest review of one of the most unique resorts on the island.
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Eco Six Bali is located just 20 minutes drive north of the center of Ubud. See the location on Google maps.
Comprising of six 1 & 2 bedroom luxury villas made 100% from bamboo and each one has its own creative style and traditional architectural touch. I guarantee when you see this place with your own eyes you’ll be in complete awe!
There is also an on-site restaurant that provides in-room dining for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks. Simply order from your villa and have it delivered to your door. Choose from a delicious selection of Western or Balinese cuisine.
At the time of writing (May 2021), only three of the villas are complete and the other three villas are due to open over the next couple of months.
The three villas that are currently available to book are;
- Arch Villa
- Hut Villa
- Dome Villa
Click here to check availability and rates on the Eco Six website.
ECO SIX BALI
From the moment I arrived at Eco Six Bali, I felt completely at home. The resort manager and staff were very welcoming and Kathy and I were treated to a refreshing juice upon arrival.
The resort is eco-conscious and completely paper-free, meaning the check-in and all meals/drinks ordering is done digitally via Whatsapp.
Check-in was a breeze and we were escorted down the twisting palm tree-lined pathway to our bamboo home for the night, the Arch Villa.
Also note, each villa at Eco Six Bali features a keyless entry with a digital touchpad and a private pin code to enter.
Blessed were our eyeballs as soon as we stepped inside the Arch for the first time!
This one-bedroom villa features two levels — upstairs is the living, dining, and kitchenette, and downstairs you’ll find the bedroom, bathroom, and swimming pool.
UPSTAIRS LIVING AREA
The open-air living room on the upper floor is fitted with a dining area, a comfy lounge as well a boho-style hammock overlooking Mount Agung and the dazzling rice fields.
Amenities in the living room include a projector with Netflix, a Nespresso coffee machine, and a refrigerated minibar.
Now that’s a recipe for a good time if you ask me!
DOWNSTAIRS BEDROOM & POOL
Heading downstairs to the lower level of the Arch Villa at EcoSix Bali, you’ll find a spacious bedroom fitted with air conditioning, a wardrobe, a work desk, and an en-suite bathroom with a bathtub overlooking the lush outside greenery.
The bedroom has direct access to the outdoor tropical garden and the stunning bamboo arch that leads directly into the Santorini-style infinity pool perched on top of the rice terraces.
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DINNER AT THE ARCH VILLA
We enjoyed a very relaxing afternoon swimming in the pool, taking photos, and marveling at the beautiful scenery. Before we knew it, dinner time had rolled around.
Ordering from the restaurant is made simple using Whatsapp and you’ll receive a link to the dining menu via text message.
For dinner, we ordered bruschetta for starters, and for mains a chicken burger, greek salad, soup, and fresh juices.
I take my hat off to the chefs in the kitchen because the food at EcoSix Bali is fresh, delicious, and mouthwatering, to say the least.
BREAKFAST AT THE ARCH VILLA
An early rise, and a delicious breakfast (which is included by the way) to start the day right!
Once again, ordering brekky was a sinch using Whatsapp which was delivered directly to our villa.
We enjoyed some eggs, smoothie bowls, pancakes, juices, and coffee while listening to the birds chirping in the surrounding jungle. Definitely one of the most epic breakfasts I’ve had, not to mention the view!
Oh! And here’s a hot tip… you can order your breakfast to come floating and enjoy it in the pool.
The Hut is one of the more popular villas at EcoSix Bali, featuring a one-bedroom bamboo cabin equipped with a uniquely designed rooftop pool and Mount Agung looming in the background.
Its layout includes a spacious bedroom fitted with air conditioning, an open wardrobe, and an en suite bathroom with an indoor bathtub overlooking the lush greenery surrounds.
The bedroom has direct access to the outdoor patio fitted with a Balinese-style hanging chair placed in the midst of a cozy tropical garden.
Amenities in the room include a projector with Netflix, a Nespresso coffee machine, and a refrigerated minibar.
The Dome is a two-level, extra spacious, one-bedroom villa boasting a Santorini-style infinity pool above the rice terraces.
Its layout includes a spacious bedroom on the upper level fitted with air conditioning, a walk-in wardrobe, an en suite bathroom with an indoor bathtub, and a bamboo balcony terrace with a seating area to enjoy a hot cup of coffee overlooking the rice terraces in the morning.
Amenities in the living room on the lower level include a comfy lounge, a projector with Netflix, a dining table, a boho-style hammock, a Nespresso coffee machine, and a refrigerated minibar.
Just steps from the living room, you’ll find the stunning infinity pool with a floating sunbed to enjoy some time tanning under the Bali sun.
In summary, I’ve got nothing but great things to say about Eco Six Bali and highly recommend booking a stay here to experience it for yourselves!
There’s really nothing quite comparable to these unique, stylish, and creatively designed bamboo villas anywhere on the island.
I will definitely be going back again to stay in the other villas and will update this blog post with more info once the resort is 100% complete.
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