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  • Villa Ylang Ylang 6 Bedroom

    Villa Ylang Ylang 6 Bedroom

    Villa Ylang Ylang 6 Bedroom Capacity : 12 People ( 2 Guest per Room )

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Baby cots, Bath Tub, Bathroom, Chef with Menu Style, Desk, DVD, CD Player, Extra Beds, Free WIFI, Full Equipped Kitchen, Hairdryer, Hotspots, I-Pod dock, Safety Deposit Box, Satellite /Channel TV, Seating Area, Shower, Television, Toiletress

    Bedrooms
    Landscaped gardens and an attractive 15-metre swimming pool and stone deck spread out towards the ocean from this central building, flanked by a pair of symmetrical, single-storey wings, incorporating six ensuite bedrooms. Revealed within the immaculate lawns are two balés (gazebos) for dining and relaxation and a gym with infrared sauna. Sun-lit and breezy during the daytime, the villa glows with sophistication after dark.

    Rates 2015

    Room Type Season Rates / night Min Stay
    6 Bedroom Low :
    09 Jan 2015 to 13 Feb 2015
    22 Feb 2015 to 02 Apr 2015
    11 Apr 2015 to 15 Jun 2015
    01 Sep 2015 to 18 Dec 2015
    USD : 895++ 2 Nights
    High :
    14 Feb 2015 to 21 Feb 2015
    03 Apr 2015 to 10 Apr 2015
    16 Jun 2015 to 31 Aug 2015
    USD : 1,275++ 5 Nights
    Peak :
    19 Dec 2015 to 08 Jan 2016
    USD : 1,525++ 7 Nights

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

    Bed size:Master bedroom with King size bed

General

Welcome to Villa Ylang Ylang
Nestled between coconut trees and the deserted Indian Ocean beach, Villa Ylang Ylang is the star of the show, an outstanding six-bedroom destination villa. Hidden within a culturally-drenched village along Bali’s south east coast, this contemporary-Asian residence oozes luxury and glamour, with interiors revealing exquisite tastes and sophisticated facilities for discerning guests, including a15-metre pool, gym and home-theatre. The secluded beachfront setting overlooking the Badung Strait, together with the villa’s suitability for yoga, spa and indulgent relaxation, further contribute to a retreat of absolute calm and well-being, adhering to Villa Ylang Ylang’s lifestyle concept of ‘passionate serenity’.

About Villa
Approached through Saba village, with its idyllic scenery of verdant rice fields and coconut groves, this beachfront property resting on landscaped gardens and facing the Indian Ocean’s crashing surf is a spectacular sight. Contemporary Asian in design and lavishly appointed, the architectural grandeur of this six-bedroom property emphasises majestic dimensions to create an atmosphere of serenity and refinement.

At Villa Ylang Ylang, the pursuit of relaxation is amply catered for with a gym and infrared sauna, a top-notch theatre room and a series of intimate, luxurious outdoor spaces, while epicurean pursuits are more than satisfied by the kitchen, which produces fine dining par excellence.

Built in 2002 and lovingly designed and furnished by its owner, Villa Ylang Ylang hints of Versace and European sophistication: an elegant black and gold theme permeates throughout, while furnishings are fashioned from the finest imported fabrics. Food is served on gold plates, pool towels are by Chanel and several precious glass sculptures by the celebrated Japanese Artist Seiki ornament the villa. Guests have included international celebrities and royalty, discreetly served by the experienced yet charming villa staff.

Villa Ylang Ylang, however, is much, much more than a luxury beachside residence. The villa is named after the fragrant Ylang Ylang flower, renowned for bringing harmony, peace, warmth and passion, and its mantra is ‘passionate serenity’, which is exactly what you will find here. Radiating a positive and rejuvenating energy, Villa Ylang Ylang’s wildly beautiful beachside setting is therapeutic in itself, but add the yoga and spa treatments, health-conscious food and calming chill-out zones and you have a magical retreat. Secluded and peaceful, you may not want to leave this destination villa, but should you venture out you are within easy driving distance of many of Bali’s tourist attractions and natural splendours.

Quick facts
Location:Saba Village, Saba Bay, Ketewel, Gianyar, south east Bali.Neighbourhood: Sanur (15km) for restaurants, water sports and safe swimming; Ubud (16km) for culture, arts and yoga; Bali Safari and Marine Park (5km) for family entertainment; Sukawati (6km) for arts and crafts.

Capacity:
12 guests (2 master suites with king beds; 2 queen-bedded suites; 2 twin-bedded suites), plus baby cot.

Living areas:
Two-storey main pavilion with living–dining area; fully-equipped kitchen; theatre room and upper gallery with spa and massage deck plus meditation deck; 2 balés (gazebos);one 15m saltwater pool and 2 plunge pools.

Staff:
Full-time manager; senior housekeeper–butler; maintenance man–butler; chef; kitchen assistant; junior housekeeper; gardener; 2 security guards.

Dining:
Accomplished chef, experienced in fine-dining and entertaining, with wide repertoire of international and Asian dishes from healthy to decadent.

Communication:
WiFi internet complimentary throughout; computer and printer; local calls in Bali complimentary + in-house telephone system (room to room); IDD calls on request (extra cost).

Entertainment:
Satellite TVs and DVD players in master suites and theatre room; extensive DVD library; CD players in bedrooms and theatre room; iPod dock in bedrooms; board games; book library; infrared sauna; gym; yoga mats; massage beds; spa and yoga services on request; barbecue facilities.

For children:
Baby cot; inflatable pool toys; high-chair; baby sitters on request.

Additional facilities:
Secure parking for six cars; hairdryers and mini-safes in bedrooms; wine cooler; 3 coffee machines; customized bathroom toiletries.

Events:
Arranged at the discretion of management.

Property area:
2,100sqm (land area), 1,100sqm (Villa).

Location
Villa Ylang Ylang rests in the quiet coastal village of Saba, in an area collectively known as Ketewel, within Bali’s eastern Gianyar Regency.

This eastern coastal region is an exceptionally wonderful part of the island – naturally beautiful, amazingly unspoilt and packed with cultural and scenic attractions.
Saba is the quintessianal Balinese village, distinctive with its stretches of emerald rice fields and coconut groves, dotted with a harmonious mix of unobtrusive foreign residences and local dwellings.

Villa Ylang Ylang’s gardens stretch down to Saba Beach, with a reminder Bali is a volcanic island, as its sands are shimmering black. The deserted stretch of beach offers unobstructed panoramas with stunning views across the Badung Strait and Nusa Penida, opposite, one of Bali’s smaller sister islands. And on a clear day, the silhouette of towering volcano, Mount Agung, is visible in the distance. Sunrises are a spectacular treat here, especially over Nusa Penida’s limestone cliffs.
[It’s worth noting that as Bali is also still a developing country, the beach is sometimes at the mercy of external influences and people’s disregard for the environment.]

A tidal river flows between the beach and villa; Peanut River alters its course with every changing season, so access to the beach requires crossing the river half of the year by way of a small boat provided by the villa.
With strong currents directly in front, it’s safer to swim in a protected bay area just five minutes westwards (or head south to the calm waters of nearby Sanur).
The offshore reef here is renowned for its surf breaks, and there’s excellent surfing to be had ten minutes in either direction of the villa: nearby Mascheti Beach has world-class surf breaks and hosts international surfing tournaments.

Saba is famous for its traditional Gamalan music, producing some of the finest Legong dancers on the island; private performances at the villa by young traditional dancing girls can be arranged. Balinese Hindu purification ceremonies are held beside the sea at nearby sacred Pura Segara sea temple; the main temple stands at the entrance to the road leading to Villa Ylang Ylang, where prayer blessings are performed daily.

Check-in time

Flexible

Check-out time

Flexible

Pets

pet are not allowed

Facilities

  • 24 Hours Security
  • Air Conditioning
  • Airport Transfer
  • Baby cots
  • Baby Sitter Service
  • Bath Tub
  • Bathroom
  • BBQ Equipment
  • Beachfront
  • Car and Bike Hire
  • Chef with Menu Style
  • Desk
  • Dining Room
  • DVD, CD Player
  • Entertainment Room
  • Extra Beds
  • Free WIFI
  • Full Equipped Kitchen
  • Fully staffed
  • Gymnasium
  • Hairdryer
  • I-Pod dock
  • Jacuzzi
  • Laundry Service
  • Living Room
  • Mosquito Net
  • Outdoor Garden
  • Private Beach Access
  • Private Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant & Bar
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Satellite /Channel TV
  • Seating Area
  • Shower
  • Spa
  • Suitable for Event
  • Television
  • Toiletress
  • Tour and Activities Service

Internet

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

Parking

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

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Sanur Bali

Sanur Bali

Sanur Bali is a coastal stretch of beach of Denpasar city of southeast Bali, about 30 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, which has grown into a little town in its own right. A 5.1 kilometers of the Sanur’s coastline from Matahari Terbit Beach to Mertasari Beach has been ready reclaimed in 2008.

The northern part of Sanur beach was used as the landing site for the Dutch invasion troops during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906). During World War II, Sanur was again the entry point through which the Japanese forces landed to occupy the island of Bali.

Sights
Traditional fishing boats can be seen on the beach of Sanur offering a scenic view of the island Nusa Penida.

Adrien Jean Le Mayeur de Merpes (1880-1958), a Belgian painter, lived in Sanur from 1932 – 1958. His house was transformed into a museum, Museum Le Mayeur, where about 80 of his most important paintings are exhibited. Bali Orchid Garden, a park about 3 km north of Sanur is worth a visit as well.

Another interesting sight can be visited in the south of Sanur in Jalan Danau Poso Street beside Pura Belangjong, a small Hindu temple. A stone column measuring 1.77 metres can be seen under a roof at the end of a small and short blind alley. This is the oldest object produced by men on Bali. The column bears inscriptions dating from the 9th century written in Sanskrit and in a very old form of Balinese. Various objects made of stone possibly dating from the same period are exhibited as well.


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