A Comfortable Stay In Bali Villas
Gone are the days when a stay in a suite was affordable only by Businessmen or people in the elite group in a society
. With a rise in the standard of living, resorts and villas have become a necessity for a holiday destination. Privacy, comfort and leisure have become the minimum requirements while looking for a stay in a holiday spot. The concept of hotels having multi single bed rooms and double bed rooms are becoming stories of the past. Especially when you visit an Island for a holiday destination, the concept of resorts and Villas are becoming increasingly popular. An Island which is becoming famous worldwide is Bali, one of the 14,000 Islands of Indonesia.
By renting a villa in Bali, you can feel like being at home because of the privacy offered. It has a perfect home like setup with a master suite bedroom, well furnished and decorated bathroom carved out of marble, a swimming pool and a garden. For each villa, a manager is in charge of looking after the facilities. One of the most attractive features is you are also given a personal chef, who takes your food order and prepares food to your choice of taste. A personal spa therapist who is a professional in relaxing your body with an excellent massage is like icing on the cake!
The villa's design combines traditional Balinese architecture with clean modern lines, numerous indoor and outdoor spaces that allow groups to gather but also allow the privacy to get away from everyone and everything. Some villas are set in almost an acre of wonderful tropical gardens overlooking the rice terrace and on the other side; the villa is a short walk from the beach and a short drive to the Beach restaurants nearby.
The Villas in Bali offer plenty of private spaces to get away from it all and unwind. The four large bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms and private balconies, are positioned to capture stunning views. A reading bale, a gym and massage room with outdoor bath, a library with 50-inch plasma TV, a games room complete with pool table, and a sun deck hidden below the pool provide ample opportunities for relaxation. For gatherings, the villa has a stunning open sitting area that overlooks the rice fields, a separate air-conditioned dining room with a table that seats up to 20, a pool pavilion with outdoor dining for 10 or more and an 11m x 11m infinity-edge pool, both situated to catch the fabulous Bali sunsets.
The extensive gardens surrounding the villas are laid out as a series of courtyards separated by the pavilions, three large koi-filled ponds and two large lawns. The gardens are dotted with frangipani, oil palms, jasmine, yuccas, African tulip trees and an abundance of tropical fruit.
A dedicated, discreet team of staff, including an excellent chef, are on hand to look after visitors with wide smiles and willing service, leaving you free to indulge in the special charm and beauty of Bali. One of the greatest advantages of staying in a villa is the personal service provided by the villa's dedicated team of professional staff. The team will look after every villa guest - from toddler to grandparent - in true Balinese style by understanding individual expectations and preferences. The Villa Manager and Chef, in particular, will be delighted to discuss your desires or concerns.
by: Nigel Fine
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