The beauty of a villa this size is that there is such an abundance of space to lounge, dine, relax, socialise, exercise or simply to take some time out for yourself. Enjoy the tropical Balinese climate and relax in the open-air living, dining and bar area overlooking the swimming pool. With a stunning copper chandelier overhead, the circular dining table has seating for ten, while the living area is furnished with comfortable sofas and a chaise longue on which to read a book or magazine, or relax to your favourite music played over the Sonos sound system.
Should the air-conditioned comfort of indoor living be more to your taste, head to the lounge, with its luxurious velvet seating and strikingly backlit ‘onyx’ bar leading to a formal dining area with ten-seater table. Alternatively, the media room, with its 62-inch TV screen, DVD player, surround-sound system and expanse of comfortable sofa seating, offers guests a fabulous cinema-like experience.
At the far end of the pool lies the villa’s impressive library. With its enormous L-shaped sofa, 43-inch television, Bose sound system, collection of books and a coffee-bar area, this room offers guests the ultimate retreat.
Perhaps the villa’s most unique feature is its impressive Teppanyaki pavilion, which lies alongside the swimming pool. At one end of the pavilion is the grill itself – imported from Europe and set within a deep-green marble counter edged by ten lime-washed rattan seats – while at the other end a comfortable sunken lounge sits at eye level with the pool.
The generous 25-metre swimming pool forms the centerpiece of this magnificent villa. Cushioned double sun loungers arranged along the pool deck and shaded by capacious red umbrellas, make this the ideal spot to spend lazy days. Later, as the day draws to a close, head for the sunset terrace and – cocktail in hand – watch as the sky becomes a blaze of colour.