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The villa certainly lives up to its name; Brio is Italian for vivacity, and it’s easy to imagine lively social gatherings in the open-sided living pavilion, animated conversation around the huge dining table, and high-spirited cocktails on the sunset roof terrace. There’s Italian brio in the contemporary design too – think clean architectural lines, light-filled living spaces, and a laid-back colour palette of cool grey with a splash of dusky pink. All this provides a canvas for those uniquely Balinese elements: open-air tropical living, a garden ablaze with orchids, frangipanis and palms, and winsome Balinese staff with warm smiles and a can-do attitude. Cappuccino from the DeLonghi coffee maker? An ice-cold Bintang on the pool deck? A massage in the cushioned poolside bale? Teatime snacks in the air-conditioned media room? A candlelit dinner created by the resident chef? A flower petal bath in the bathroom garden courtyard? Nothing is too much trouble for the highly professional seven-strong team.
The icing on the cake is Casa Brio’s stellar Seminyak location – secluded and peaceful yet within moments of Petitenget Beach and the island’s most popular restaurants and bars. But with an accomplished private chef on hand to whip up gourmet meals, who would want to leave the villa?
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"Very beautiful villa, made our friends jealous. Staff did a marvelous job hosting two large dinners for our friends and their children. Four days of great relaxation and calm, thanks to the attentive service and excellent cooking. We are very grateful to the staff."
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- Only valid for new bookings received from 3rd December 2018 until 31st January 2019.
- Applicable to all stays completed before 14th December 2019, excluding high and peak season dates.
- Not valid with any other discounts or offers and subject to availability.
- Early bird enjoys up to 15% discount when booking 150 days in advance.*
- Last minute bookings enjoy up to 10% discount when checking in before 31-Jan-2019.
Features and amenities
- Huge open-sided fan-cooled living pavilion with formal seating, dining table for 10, bar counter and butler’s pantry
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Media room with satellite TV/DVD/home theatre, desk and sofas
- 21m greenstone-lined swimming pool
- Large ironwood deck with sun loungers, giant bean bags and umbrellas
- Poolside bale for alfresco dining
- Rooftop terrace with seating area and butler’s pantry
- Garden level cushioned alcove facing the pool
- Two spacious air-conditioned king-bed suites: one opening onto the garden and pool; one onto a shaded terrace with views over the rooftops
- Furnishings include desk, seating, 32-inch satellite TV and DVD player
- Large air-conditioned bathrooms with non-slip marble flooring, twin granite sinks, rain showers and statement bathtubs
- Walk-in dressing area, with kimonos, slippers and safety box
- Two guest bedrooms: one at garden level, the other on the upper floor opening onto a terrace
- Both have twin beds that can also be configured as kings
- Each guest room is adjacent to a master bedroom –perfect for families with younger kids
- Furnishings include desk, seating, 32-inch satellite TV and DVD player
- Ensuite bathrooms with stone sinks, rain showers and bathtub
- The media room can be converted into a fifth bedroom if required
Set within a quiet residential area, the villa is a short walk from Bali’s iconic restaurants and bars such as Potato Head Beach Club, Ku de Ta, La Lucciola, Sarong and Métis. The ocean is just a five-minute walk away; the beach stretches for kilometres – southwards to the popular beaches (and surf breaks) of Seminyak and Kuta and northwards to Batubelig, Canggu and beyond. Villa guests have their pick of spas just moments away, and are well placed for browsing nearby boutiques for homewares, fashion and accessories.
Things to doVilla Casa Brio’s manager has a wealth of information about nearby places of interest and will help arrange transport and make any bookings required. Chat to the staff too; many have been attached to the villa from the beginning, and are a great source of insider information. In the meantime, here’s a taste of the many and varied activities on offer within reach of the villa.
- You could eat out at a different restaurant in Seminyak every night - for months - and still not run out of options. Jalan Laksmana (also known as Jalan Oberoi and Jalan Kayu Aya) is Bali’s fashionable ‘Eat Street’, offering plenty of high-end restaurants. La Lucciola Restaurant is great for sunset drinks, as is The Breeze at The Samaya. While Ku Dé Ta is still the place to see and be seen, two new beachclubs, Cocoon and Potato Head, are classy seaside alternatives. Then there's La Plancha, a rustic beach bar between Double Six and Gado Gado, very popular, good tapas, very reasonably priced drinks, with live music and DJ events. A short taxi to Kerobokan will bring you to Sardine and Métis (from the owners of former and fabulous Kafé Warisan) and Naughty Nuri's Batubelig (a franchise of the original in Ubud) famous for BBQ ribs and wicked Martinis. Mid-range dining options here include Wah Wah Gourmet Burger Winebar which specialises in sassy burgers with sexy connotations, and numerous other cheap 'n cheerful options.
- Shop til you drop! In Seminyak and neighbouring Kerobokan you can rummage for treasures through cluttered little stores and dark junkshops crammed to the ceiling with curios and 'made-to-order' antiques, derive inspiration from classy homeware shops, or wander through huge furniture warehouses. For furniture and homewares check out Lio Collection, Christy, and Sun. Soft furnishings abound at Haveli, Sunbebek and Disini, and Geneva is the one-stop shop for handicrafts. Gone are the days when ladies fashion in Bali was limited to batik rayon sundresses. The last few years has seen a flood of new designer boutiques in the Seminyak area. In Jalan Laksmana (Eat Street) you can shop between courses! Boutiques include Paul Ropp, Biasa, Magali Pascal, Anouck, Lily Jean, Bamboo Blond, Dinda Rella, Innuendo, Religion, Body & Soul, Buddha Wear, M. Harcourt, Pura Vida, and Uma & Leopold to name but a few. Kids fashion stores include Kidsagogo and Kiki's Closet. For art lovers, galleries worth visiting in Seminyak include Randelli Gallery, Biasa and Kendra.
- Pura Petitenget at the beachside off Jalan Petitenget is a compact, pretty Balinese temple, which is known for particularly spectacular beach-side ceremonies. There has been a temple here since at least the 16th century, and although this is not one of the key nine directional temples of Bali, it is an important link in the series of west coast temples between Pura Uluwatu and Pura Tanah Lot.
- In-villa beauty and massage treatments carried out by professional therapists can normally be arranged with ease, but if you'd prefer to visit one of Seminyak's spas, we recommend: Bodyworks (quality treatments at very reasonable prices - a favourite with Bali’s expats); Callego (a casual massage centre with a small restaurant attached); Chill (super reflexology treatments - great for jetlag); Prana Spa for Ayurvedic treatments.
- There are several surf schools in Bali, mainly based in and around Kuta and Legian, where young and old(er) can learn to surf or brush up on their skills.
- Explore Bali's backroads, lakes, volcanoes, forests and beaches on the back of a Harley Davidson bike with Island Biker Tours. Full day Harley tours, customised tours or shorter joy rides can all be accommodated.
- Take a drive over to Bali’s Bukit peninsula: the 18-hole Bali National Golf Club in Nusa Dua, one of the best courses on the island, is perched on a cliff 70m above the roaring Indian ocean. Uluwatu Temple (Pura Uluwatu) is one of Bali's nine key directional temples. Facing west and with steep headlands on either side creating an unbelievably dramatic setting, sunsets over Uluwatu are a sight not to be missed.
- On the way back, stop off for a seafood feast at Jimbaran – a must for every holiday in Bali. Dozens of seafood warungs (cafés) line this west-facing beach, perfect for a sunset dinner. Fine dining options are available at most of the big resort hotels in this area; notably PJ’s, the charming beachside restaurant at the Four Seasons in Jimbaran, serving Mediterranean-styled cuisine.
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