Villa Batavia is a fully staffed five-bedroom villa that counts Asia’s grandest heritage hotels as its strongest design influence, whilst including all the hi-tech facilities a twenty-first-century guest demands. A modern-day Somerset Maugham would delight in the generous open living spaces, antiques and artefacts, shaded verandas and breezy 24-hour butler service while relishing the Sonos sound system, iPod docks, home theatre, HD TVs and high-speed WiFi.
Set amongst lush tropical gardens, the three bedroom Villa Adasa is a haven for lounging and relaxation. Suspended above the 14-metre green-stone-tiled swimming pool, a traditional bale provides the perfect spot to while away the day. Its two king-sized daybeds are generously adorned with cushions, ideal for a massage or a lunch or dinner for two. Nearby, a private roof deck offers a tranquil sunbathing retreat or quiet spot for yoga or meditation.
Nestled down a quiet street in the heart of cosmopolitan Seminyak, lies Casa Brio, a stunning four-bedroom villa. Surrounded by a peaceful and beautifully manicured tropical garden, it’s hard to believe that this spacious, contemporary villa lies within walking distance of the best that Bali has to offer: fabulous dining, stylish bars, hip cafés, brilliant shopping and world-class spas, not to mention the beach and some incredible surf breaks.