Located in the fashionable area of Petitenget, youll walk down a long palm tree lined lane behind one of the best cafes in the area to find this cool, shady haven of relaxation. This luxurious pool villa is perfect for couples, small families or close friends. It has 2 adjoining air-conditioned bedrooms overlooking the pool and garden and also features an indoor living area so you can escape the heat and create your own space for complete relaxation.
The bedrooms are similar in size and connected with an adjoining lockable door. There are two king sized beds with swish linen and plenty of pillows. One of the bedrooms can be converted to hold two twin beds if youve got little ones with you. Each room is decorated in cool earthy tones to invite relaxation and contains plenty of storage, a safe and a peaceful view overlooking the pool. Light floods both bedrooms but you can close the curtains if you want complete darkness for a long-awaited sleep in. Both bedrooms have white marble and sandstone bathrooms which are accented with wood accessories. Both rooms have rainfall showers that you wont want to get out of and one has a deep marble bath for soaking away your troubles.
The living area looks over the pool through glass-paned white wood sliding doors. Open them up and let the breeze flow through, or close the doors and power up the air-conditioning to create a sanctuary away from the heat. The dining table seats six people and theres a wall mounted television with cable if you want to retire for some movie watching. The long comfortable couch stretches across the width of the room and is strewn with pillows leaving enough space for two people to stretch out together for an afternoon of reading and relaxing. Use the complimentary WIFI to post those tropical Bali Instagram shots, or simply check the news as the days pass in complete quiet. The kitchen is fully stocked for cooking with a gas stove, a microwave and drip coffee maker so you can take over and make it your home away from home.
As you come down the driveway to approach the garden gates youll find frangipani flowers dripping from the trees which provide shade for a small Balinese temple. Step inside the high rock walls to find your hideaway beckoning. The pool, though humble in length, is generous enough for refreshing dips at any time of the day or night. The garden area is lined with black slate and white pebbles then circled by tropical green and fuschia coloured plants. If you want to catch some rays then dont hesitate to kick back in the twin recliner chairs. Your privacy is paramount behind these stone walls so feel free to let loose and sunbathe sans bikini to avoid those annoying tan lines.
The staff at This Villa are both discrete and helpful. Housekeeping will come each day while you are out of the villa to make the beds and take care of any mess so you dont have to. The pool maintenance crew keep the waters clear and fresh. They can also help you with making tour bookings or sorting out transport. Further to this you can order any extra services you like. From massages and pedicures to child care. Simply ask and well strive to take care of your every need.
Jalan Petitenget is an exclusive strip in the centre of Balis happening Seminyak area. This Villa is just meters away from Pison Cafe which is known to serve some of the best coffee in town. Youre also spoiled for choice when it comes to local eateries. Grow Restaurant featuring the chef, Ryan Clift is close by and known for its incredible flavours and martinis to match. Theres also Kynd cafe and Honeybees for snacks and smoothies to get you through the afternoon. If you prefer to cook at home then head to the Pepito supermarket for international produce within walking distance. When youre ready to party there are dozens of bars and clubs to visit. If you fancy a saltwater pool party with the beautiful people of Bali, then we recommend the hip pool club Mrs Sippy. Celebrate with bubbles at Red Carpet Champagne bar just around the corner on Jl Oberoi or you can visit Balis famed Potato Head for a cocktail as the sun goes down.