Como Uma Canggu
Como Uma Canggu
Como Uma Canggu
Como Uma Canggu
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the Low Down

COMO Uma Canggu is situated on Bali’s south coast — a beachfront destination offering panoramic views of the soft volcanic sand and rolling waves. This luxury resort in Canggu — an area liked for its laid-back café scene and surf waves — offers stylish accommodation, exceptional cuisine, meaningful wellness and impeccable service. Friends and family can gather at the buzzing COMO Beach Club, where an eclectic global menu can be enjoyed to the sounds of live acoustic musicians and DJs, with some of the best sunset views on the island. Throughout the year there are surf lessons and sunrise yoga so you will never be short of something to do or you can simply switch off and relax amidst the luscious landscapes.

the Peaks Promise

Each booking will receive a complimentary wellness activity every day at 8am as well as daily complementary fruit and water.

The Best Room For You

The Kit

The hotel has cots available as well as high chairs and sterilisers

Babysitting Cost

Babysitting services are available and must be reserved the day before

Top Facilities

The hotel has Play by COMO kids club with so many options to keep all ages entertained, click below on The Petit Peaks for more info.

  • COMO Uma Canggu occupies a scenic beach stretch along one of the best surfing breaks on Bali’s southern coast.
  • Utilise the COMO Shambhala Retreat wellness centre that maintains a high standard of service where all of the therapists are professionally trained.
  • Earn your ultimate relaxation in the spectacular gym which offers a wide range of equipment including equipped Pilates studios, Yoga studios and in-house trainers.
  • Enjoy a lazy afternoon in the 115m lagoon pool that winds its way through the resort’s sculpted lawn
  • Accommodation:
    The 52 rooms and suites at COMO Uma Canggu are light and airy, with elegant interiors and pared-back furnishings. They also have 55 one and two-bedroom surfside residences, and 12 three-bedroom duplex COMOPenthouses. These offer the ultimate Indian ocean view accommodation, with large balconies, rooftop pools and private butler services. Each COMO penthouse boasts an elegant living room and large kitchenette perfect for families or groups of friends, in which a sophisticated interior complements the panoramic ocean views, as well as its own 10-metre rooftop pool with a large surrounding deck area. If you’re travelling as a couple, the one bedroom lagoon pool residence has a living room, kitchenette and master bedroom, giving you plenty of space to unwind. The ground floor location means you can step directly from your private terrace into the COMO Uma Canggu lagoon pool.
  • Location:
    Canggu is a new beach destination in Bali that offers range of shops, restaurants, cafés and beach clubs. The resort is a 60-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
  • Getting there:
    Bali has one international airport, Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS), which is situated 13km south of the capital city, Denpasar, and 3km south of Kuta. Private aircraft can land at Bali’s Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport by arrangement. Private charters will advise on the most appropriate aircraft for your journey and take your specific requirements into account. Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport is 21km away — a 60-minute transfer by car. Private transfers are available from the hotel, there are no reliable bus or rail routes operating between the airport and COMO Uma Canggu.
  • What to pack:
    With no formal dress code in the resort, light airy clothes are most suitable for the Indonesian climate and don’t forget a comfortable yoga outfit so you can get your zen on.
  • Restaurants:
    Cuisine at COMO Uma Canggu focuses on local, carefully-sourced produce from across the archipelago, with nourishing and energising cuisine at both dining venues. COMO Beach Club offers a modern take on the traditional surf shack, setting itself apart from the other bustling beachside venues in Canggu. It is at once refined and laid-back, designed to appeal to surfers and sophisticated travellers alike. It is open all day, serving an eclectic global menu to a soundtrack of live acoustic musicians and DJ sets. Glow juice bar is a healthy ‘grab and go’ bar serving fresh, cold-pressed juices, smoothies, snacks and tasty salads for those after a lighter meal before they hit the beach. Every dish has been designed to provide meals that are not only delicious and satisfying, but packed with healthy nutrients and living enzymes that will keep you surfing until sundown.
  • Spa:
    COMO Shambhala Retreat at COMO Uma Canggu is a wellness haven. The area is already known for its wellness ethos; to this they have added a new dimension with an extensive range of treatments, including Asian-inspired therapies from marma to massage, alongside classic beauty treatments administered by expert wellness practitioners.
  • Signature Activities:
    Surfing: The hotel works with Tropicsurf, an international surf school that has a systematic lesson plan and professional trainer. With specialized lessons for children, beginners and competent surfers, you’ll be riding the best waves in no time.
    Sightseeing: Tanah Lot lies 12 kilometres to the north west of COMO Uma Canggu and comprises sea temples standing on tide-shaped rocks on the west coast of Bali.This holy site is a popular place from which to see the spectacular sunset. According to local lore, this sea temple was built by priest Niratha, who asked a poisonous sea snake to guard the holy temple.
    Cycling: Ubud’s most popular tour drives you up to the edge of the spectacular Mount Batur crater, from where you can freewheel almost all the way down to the village of Sebali. A few short, steep uphill sections at the end of the ride need not deter the casual cyclist; your guides are happy to take this route at a leisurely pace. Alternatively, begin your experience at the stunning vistas of the terraced Ceking rice fields, then cycle on to Tirta Empul. This temple dates back to AD 926, built on a site where springwater naturally bubbles up through the Earth’s surface, and a popular location for purification ceremonies. From here it’s an easy cycle downhill to Ubud, through some particularly striking local villages.
  • All bookings will be subject to 21% service charge and government tax
  • Extra bed and breakfast is complimentary for children below 8 years old, however this is not available in the Canggu Room and Garden Patio Room
Play by COMO is COMO Hotels and Resorts’ way of creating memorable family experiences. Their ethos is to give children the freedom to discover new territory, provide parents with some well-deserved downtime, and present families with opportunities for quality time together. More than just a children’s space, the Play by COMO concept ensures that the whole family, even our youngest guests, enjoy COMO’s signature service, design, cuisine and approach to wellness. Every Play Space has been designed to facilitate different types of play – from active zones for high-energy activities and quiet zones where children can wind down and have personal time, to imagination zones for make-believe games. Furnished with toys like LEGOTM, train sets and board games, as well as a wide range of craft supplies, the Play Space encourages children to participate in classic social play over technology-driven games.  

Bali is located in the tropics and enjoys a balmy year-round climate. Being tropical, Bali does have a monsoon season, approximately from October to March. Our high season — when rainfall is lowest — is May through to September. Between June and August, Bali usually enjoys a cooling breeze.

Rates Include:
Bed and breakfast program inclusive with complimentary wellness activity every day at 8 AM

Average Temperature & Rainfall in Days

Average Room Rates in USD

rates based on bed and breakfast for two people not including 21% tax

Visa Cost

Most nationalities receive a free 30 day visit visa upon arrival. For more information click here.

Top Tip

A few local phrases will take you a long way in Bali. Try selamat pagi (good morning), tolong (please) and terima kasih (thank you), for starters.

Local Currency

The local currency is the Indonesian rupiah

peak season

The best time to visit Bali for good weather is between April and October. No matter the season, you can expect a tropical, warm & humid climate all year round.


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