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  • Blue Rose Villa 6 Bedroom

    Blue Rose Villa 6 Bedroom

    Blue Rose Villa 6 Bedroom Capacity : 12 People ( 2 Guest per room )

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Bath Tub, Bathroom, Chef with Menu Style, Desk, DVD, CD Player, Free WIFI, Hairdryer, Living Room, Room Service, Safety Deposit Box, Satellite /Channel TV, Seating Area, Shower, Television, Toiletress

    Bedrooms
    Blue Rose Villa has a total of six bedrooms in  two separate buildings to keep privacy for families or friends holidaying together. The villa combines contemporary luxury with unimposing service to allow you to fully relax and enjoy the idyllic setting.  Butterflies and birds add color and song to the tranquil, natural and romantic experience.

    The BRV experience is unique. The villa was designed to provide the ultimate family and friends experience and to maximize the advantages of the location with views from balconies, bedrooms and bathrooms. It is full of personal touches that make this villa truly special. The pool and fragrant garden are popular lazing locations, with the gazebo roof a favorite spot for sun downers. You can watch the sun set from the balconies or head just five minutes away to Uluwatu temple to enjoy the cultural dancers silhouetted against the sea.

    Rates

    Room Type Season Rates / night Min Stay
    6 Bedroom Low : USD : 1000++ 3 Nights
    High : USD : 1250++ 5 Nights
    Peak  USD : 1500++ 7 Nights

    All villa rates are subject to a 5,50% service charge and thereafter a 10% government tax.

    Bed size:Master bedroom with king size bed

General

Welcome to Blue Rose Villa
Blue Rose Villa (BRV) commands breathtaking views to the west across the Indian Ocean in a secluded corner of the Bukit peninsula, Uluwatu, Bali.  BRV is 40 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport.  Approximate distances from some of the popular locations: Uluwatu temple 15 minutes, Jimbaran Bay 20 minutes, Nusa Dua 20 minutes, Seminyak, Legian, Kuta 45 minutes, Tanah Lot, Ubud 60 minutes.

BRV is in close proximity to some of the most spectacular cliff and beach scenery in Bali. The surfers discovered these delights a long time ago but more recently some of the highest quality boutique hotel marques have opened up in the vicinity. The Bukit is now home to golf courses, excellent restaurants and magnificent rural and coastal vistas.

What may come as a surprise is that BRV is just 45minutes from the airport and if you enjoy excursions to the boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs in Seminyak & Kuta these are just 60mins away. Water sport, restaurants and other activities in Benoa or Nusa Dua beach are 30minutes away from the villa.

The facilities are comprehensive, including multiple TV’s, VCD players and wireless internet connectivity.

Check-in time

Flexible

Check-out time

Flexible

Pets

pet are not allowed

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Airport Transfer
  • Baby Sitter Service
  • Bale
  • Bath Tub
  • Bathroom
  • BBQ Equipment
  • Car and Bike Hire
  • Chef with Menu Style
  • Desk
  • Dining Room
  • DVD, CD Player
  • Entertainment Room
  • Free WIFI
  • Full Equipped Kitchen
  • Hairdryer
  • Laundry Service
  • Living Room
  • Ocean View
  • Private Swimming Pool
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Satellite /Channel TV
  • Seating Area
  • Shower
  • Television
  • Toiletress
  • Tour and Activities Service

Internet

free wifi is available in all areas and is free of charger

Parking

free private parking is possible site (reservation is not needed)

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Uluwatu Bali

Uluwatu Bali

The Bukit Peninsula is southernmost point of Bali, Indonesia.
This is a large limestone peninsula which, bar a sliver of land just south of the airport, would be a separate island. It is rugged and dry, and pre-tourist development this was a real backwater of Bali.

The Bukit (as it is commonly referred to) includes the famous cliff-hanging temple at Uluwatu, a number of Bali’s very best beaches including Balangan, and the top surfing spots on the island. As is so often the case, it was intrepid surfers who really opened up the eyes of the world to this part of the island.

The two main towns with strong local communities on the Bukit are Pecatu and Ungasan.

This article covers the whole of the Bukit Peninsula south of Jimbaran and west of Nusa Dua.

The Bukit Peninsula is connected to Kuta through Jimbaran by the busy Jalan Bypass Nusa Dua and this is the only route in. Take this main road south to the junction with Jalan Uluwatu II (the famous McDonald’s junction), turn west towards Jimbaran Bay, continue about 2 km and at the four road junction make a sharp left up the hill (signposted for Uluwatu). Continue on this road into the heart of the peninsula.

A taxi from Kuta to Uluwatu Bali for example takes 30 to 40 minutes on winding roads and will cost about Rp 120,000 one-way. If you are just visiting for the day, consider asking the driver to wait trip as it can be difficult to find transport back. Figure on paying the taxi driver Rp 20,000/hour to wait. Joining a tour can be a cheaper way of getting to Uluwatu and this destination is very widely offered by tour operators all over the island.

Sports & nature

Sports & natureUluwatu Temple (Pura Uluwatu) is one of Bali's nine key directional temples. Though a small temple was claimed to have existed beforehand, the structure was significantly expanded by a Javanese sage, Empu Kuturan in the 11th Century. Another sage from East Java, Dang Hyang Nirartha is credited for constructing the padmasana shrines and is claimed to have attained Moksha here. Even more remarkable than the temple itself is its location, perched on a steep cliff 70 metres above the roaring Indian ocean waves. There are more steep headlands on either side and sunsets over Uluwatu are a sight to behold.

The entrance fee from 2012 is Rp 30,000 and you need to be properly dressed to enter. Sarongs and sashes are available free at the entrance. Guides, once famously mercenary, hassle visitors less than they used to, although they will offer to "protect" you from the monkeys, for a tip of course. Note that while you are free to walk around the temple grounds, the central courtyards can only be entered during special rituals.

The temple is inhabited by large number of monkeys, who are extremely adept at snatching visitors' belonging, including bags, cameras and eyeglasses. Keep a very close grip on all your belongings and stow away your eyeglasses if at all possible. If you do have something taken, the monkeys can usually be induced to exchange it for some fruit. Needless to say, rewarding the monkeys like this only encourages them to steal more. Locals and even the temple priest or monkey ranger will be happy to do the job for you, for NO tip required.
The cliff is fascinating but the temple itself is not as impressive as others in Bali.
There is also a very scenic cave underneath with rock formations leading onto a beach close to the temple. This is a popular spot for surfers.

Nightlife info

The nightlife in Uluwatu offers something that is totally different from the normal nightlife in Bali. Uluwatu is commonly associated with a calm atmosphere, hence if you are not a big party people yourself, then this place suits your preference. However, if you still like to discover the nighlife of Uluwatu, you should definitely visit Single FIN.
Having dinner near the seaside is very common in Uluwatu, but here you can have dinner on the side of a cliff! Now that’s extra ordinary! The views are just amazing, the food is great, and the atmosphere is very relaxed. Also, the place is huge. There are also parties on Wednesdays and Sundays, which are pretty big and fun.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoUluwatu is a very well known destination among surfing enthusiasts. Most of the surf spots are only suitable for advanced or expert surfers though - the waves are big here. The main surfing spots are Uluwatu, Dreamland, Padang-Padang, Bingin/Impossibles and Suluban.

Kecak Dance (monkey dance) performances are held at Uluwatu temple daily between 6PM and 7PM. Tickets for the visually spectacular, if rather unoriginal show (it was invented in the 1930s), cost Rp 100,000 (Feb 14).

Choosing to get married or renewing vows in Bali is increasingly popular, and the Bukit Peninsula is the most popular destination for such ceremonies. There is a stunning, modernist, purpose-built cliff-front wedding chapel close to Nyang Nyang Beach and the Bulgari Hotel, and a number of resorts offer specialist wedding packages and planning.
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