Seminyak Villa 342
- Air Conditioning
- Maid Service
- Personal Chef
- Daily Breakfast
Accommodation at Villa Des Indes I is spread across a series of pavilions encircling the well-established tropical garden. From the main entrance, steps lead across a large koi pond into the intricately carved antique teakwood joglo – the villa’s centrepiece. Across the lagoon pool that curves around this elegant living space lie two master bedroom bungalows. Tucked to one side of the garden, a two-storey building houses two guest suites. On the other side is another pavilion with guest bar, guest cloakroom and, behind, the kitchen and service area.
At the heart of the villa is the magnificent living pavilion – a centuries-old elaborately carved teakwood joglo, once the home of a Javanese aristocrat and believed to be the best preserved in Bali. Within this large open-sided living space are separate zones: a dining area with table for eight, and three different seating areas where colonial-style cane and rattan sofas and planters chairs cluster around coffee tables laden with books on culture and art. Oriental carpets, lacquer ware drums and stone statues are among the myriad decorative pieces embellishing this glorious space.
In a separate pavilion is the guest bar and butler’s pantry, with antique masks lining one wall, an old cabinet brimming with spirits, and bar chairs pulled up at the counter ready for sunset cocktails. Along a corridor is the well-equipped kitchen – the chef’s domain, though guests are welcome to use it if so inclined.
Further living spaces are found within the sleeping pavilions: an air-conditioned den/library in the master pavilions, and verandas off the guest rooms provide private corners for repose away from the crowd.
Within the garden is a cushioned balé that invites lengthy afternoon siestas. Even within the lagoon pool, there are places to sit, semi-submerged with a cocktail or good book.
In each of the two master suites, on an aged teakwood floor under a vaulted pavilion ceiling, sits an oversized four-poster bed, with King Koil mattress dressed in fine cotton bedding. Antique furniture and heritage artefacts enrich every surface, along with art books, magazines, and a 37-inch satellite-channel TV. An elegant dressing area leads to an enormous air-conditioned bathroom with twin basins, bathtub, walk-in shower and garden shower. Each master has its own air-conditioned den/library, with a fascinating collection of fiction and non-fiction, and a plushly upholstered sofa that doubles as an extra bed. All three rooms (bedroom, bathroom and den) open onto a wide veranda of Palimanan stone, where a marble-topped table and cane-backed chairs, planters chairs and comfortably cushioned steamer chairs provide yet more choice for private lounging.
Occupying a separate two-level building are the two beautifully furnished air-conditioned (and fan-cooled) guest bedrooms – each with a four-poster bed (which can be configured as two singles in the upper level room), a window-seat that doubles as a spare bed, and colonial-style seating set before a 37-inch TV. Both rooms open onto a veranda, and also have a walk-through dressing area and ensuite bathroom (the downstairs room with alfresco shower and bathtub). The upper level bedroom has its own entrance across the koi pond, and can also be accessed from the garden bedroom; useful for families who prefer inter-connecting rooms.
Services & Features
- Villa manager
- Assistant manager
- Garden and pool staff
- Babysitters, masseuses available on request
- 21-metre lagoon pool
- Fibre-optic internet with WiFi
- Landline for local calls (international calls charged)
- Mobile phone coverage
- Phones in all rooms
- Laptop (and fax/printing) on request
- 37-inch TV with satellite channels in all four bedrooms
- Bose sound system
- Books and magazines in every room
- Back-up generator
- Safety deposit boxes
- 2 massage beds
All Bedrooms | USD $720 per night - USD $1,350 per night +15.5% Tax
|High||Aug 21, 2017 - Aug 31, 2017||USD $860 per night||3 nights min|
|Low||Sep 1, 2017 - Dec 15, 2017||USD $720 per night||2 nights min|
|Prime||Dec 16, 2017 - Dec 25, 2017||USD $990 per night||5 nights min|
|Peak||Dec 26, 2017 - Jan 2, 2018||USD $1,350 per night||7 nights min|
|Prime||Jan 3, 2018 - Jan 7, 2018||USD $990 per night||5 nights min|
|Low||Jan 8, 2018 - Feb 14, 2018||USD $720 per night||2 nights min|
|Prime||Feb 15, 2018 - Feb 21, 2018||USD $990 per night||5 nights min|
|Low||Feb 22, 2018 - Mar 23, 2018||USD $720 per night||2 nights min|
|High||Mar 24, 2018 - Mar 28, 2018||USD $860 per night||3 nights min|
|Prime||Mar 29, 2018 - Apr 2, 2018||USD $990 per night||5 nights min|
|High||Apr 3, 2018 - Apr 14, 2018||USD $860 per night||3 nights min|
|Low||Apr 15, 2018 - Apr 27, 2018||USD $720 per night||2 nights min|
|High||Apr 28, 2018 - May 1, 2018||USD $860 per night||3 nights min|
|Low||May 2, 2018 - Jun 15, 2018||USD $720 per night||2 nights min|
|Prime||Jun 24, 2018 - Aug 20, 2018||USD $990 per night||5 nights min|
An additional tax of 15.5% will be applied.