It’s the little things that go a long way. The Copper Kitchen, Bisma’s rooftop bar and restaurant, describes itself as a seasonal 'earth-to-table' dining experience. The chefs source local produce and ensure the farmers and suppliers adhere to the highest ethical standards. That which they don’t source elsewhere comes from Bisma’s own kitchen garden.
The Balinese connection
Bisma Eight is contemporary and modern with traditional Balinese touches and some Hindu spirituality thrown in for good measure. The architecture is a beautiful example of Tropical Modern, using concrete, steel and glass in conjunction with native wood in the interiors and balconies.
Located a 10-minute walk to central Ubud, Bisma Eight allows people to discover and define what Ubud means to them by giving them singular moments that surprise and delight. It's part of the Tropical Modern movement that's burgeoning in the travel community. A totally different approach to the way in which people relate to a place.
Bisma Eight isn’t simply a hotel. It's a community deeply woven into the fabric of Bali. A home of craft and pride. A place of celebration. An experience. A moment in the lives of the people that stay here and the people that live here.
What makes this Kobu?