1extra bed - $65.00 for adults - $65.00 for ages 3 to 16
1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
The 52 one-bedroom villas are spacious (291 square metres) and each comes with an outdoor dining area, and a private pool and relaxation cabana overlooking the Indian Ocean, connected to the main living area by walkways and bridges. There's a king-size bed (twin beds available on request) and the deluxe-size bathroom is equipped with a bath, double sinks and indoor and outdoor rain and jet showers. The eco-friendly open-plan design, flat lava rock roof and bamboo ceiling allow sea breezes to circulate throughout. Interiors are contemporary with trad Balinese accents, drawing on simple local materials such as wood, stone and rattan, as well as soothing water.
Covering an expansive 2000 sqm, the Two-bedroom Pool Villa is located on the hillside along the southern coast of Bali. Specifically designed and constructed to follow an environmentally sustainable framework, our two-bedroom villas elegantly blend contemporary interiors with touches of nature and traditional Balinese accents - reflected in planes of wood, water, stone and rattan. Walkways and bridges connect the relaxation pavilions and pools to the spacious living areas in a beautiful open-plan design, while unique flat lava rock roofs and bamboo ceilings allow the gentle sea breeze to circulate freely throughout all rooms. An exceptional choice for luxurious Bali family villa accommodation.
The two three-bedroom villas are even more expansive at 2,000–3,000 square metres in size, with each one perched spectacularly on the hillside of Bali's southern coast. As well as a 21-metre private infinity pool, villas come with generous outdoor dining space and a lawn for relaxing or entertaining (ideal for weddings or parties). The three bedrooms include king-size beds (twin beds available on request) and flatscreen TVs, the living room sports two more huge flatscreen TVs and the deluxe size bathroom offers a bath and indoor and outdoor rain and jet showers. Design is contemporary with trad Balinese accents, drawing on simple local materials such as wood, stone and rattan, as well as soothing water. The eco-friendly open-plan lay-out, flat lava rock roof and bamboo ceiling allow sea breezes to circulate throughout.