Lift Bali is the perfect place to stay for an elevated experience, built near the tropical forest of Ubud in Bali, this treehouse escape is at the intersection of peace and serenity.
Ubud is known for its Monkey Forest, Tegallalang Rice Terrace and the best and most tranquil spas in Bali, while staying in Ubud, you might as well go all out and stay at one of the most unique places in Bali.
Why stay at Lift Bali?
Picture this: A treehouse on private property with two other treehouses each with an ensuite bathroom, comfy double bed and a shared pool and sauna and bar.
Lift Bali seemingly unrealistic elements you dreamed of putting in your backyard home as a kid, like TVs, couches, and beds, while also featuring some amenities you would have never thought to.
Rooms at Lift Bali
George Orwell House has 2 floors where the lower floor is a bathroom and above is a bedroom equipped with a balcony.
This building at Lift Bali has a rooftop from the Alan-Alang roof to add coolness and from here you can see amazing forest views.
Stanley Kubrik House is a building that is designed to resemble the inside of a cube, this room at Lift Bali allows you to enjoy the surrounding views and get a view of the forest from the comfort of your bed.
It also provides a rooftop built with alang-alang (thatched roof) which can be used to relax while taking in the incredible forest views
This room is perfect for travelers and couples who want to enjoy the beauty of nature while wanting to feel the atmosphere of luxury.
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