Why Stay in a Villa?
Choosing to stay in a villa as opposed to a standard hotel room offers a heightened sense of privacy. You are free to come and go as you please without the hassle of worrying if you are disturbing others. There are strictly no time keeping rules and you are able to break convention with a midnight swim or simply choosing to stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
More Personalised Service
A dedicated team of villa staff are available to anticipate and take care of all your needs. This one-on-one personalised service is the epitome of luxury and you can choose to have meals prepared by a professional Chef, be chauffeured around in a private vehicle or be indulged with an in-house spa treatment that brings traditional healing and beauty rituals to your villa door. You have the space and opportunity to entertain a small gathering of friends or alternatively hide away from the outside world to unwind and escape the pressures of a busy lifestyle.
More Affordable - More Space and Facilities
Villa accommodation is generally a more affordable option in comparison to staying in a hotel room of the same calibre. You also have the added incentive of enjoying facilities such as your own private swimming pool and tropical garden that you don't have to share with others. There is plenty of lounge space to sunbathe unexposed around the pool without having to feel shy or inhibited.
Truly Balinese Experience
Staying in a villa as opposed to a hotel is a great chance to experience the community spirit by being encompassed within a traditional Balinese neighbourhood. You will gain first hand knowledge about the island's cultural way of life where the passage of time is measured by an endless cycle of ceremonial rites. In a setting removed from hustle and bustle of mainstream tourism, you can enjoy peace and solitude by rediscovering the gift of waking up each day to the sounds of nature. A private villa will afford you quality time out spent with a loved one to relax and recharge.
Although a private villa has its own security personnel, every Balinese village and community has its own unique system of protection based on a neighbourhood watch practice. Unidentified visitors are immediately recognised as strangers to the area and their actions are closely monitored. This ensures greater peace of mind throughout the entire duration of your stay. You will be accepted as an honoured guest within a close-knit Balinese environment.
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