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Large groups of friends or several families holidaying together should find in Villa Lilibel the perfectly placed luxurious 'let's-be-cossetted' home-from-home. Minutes from Petittenget Beach and an easy stroll from some of Bali's best eateries such as the iconic La Lucciola and Ku De Ta, Villa Lilibel places you in the heart of the chic Seminyak action yet within an oasis of tranquility that belies its fabulous Jalan Laksmana location.
This spacious home has a clever design and layout that both parents and teens will appreciate; the owners obviously know a thing or two about great family vacations – the villa is named after their two daughters. The six bedroom suites are well spaced for maximum privacy, and the many varied living spaces provide well-furnished areas for social gathering. The layout makes it easy to keep an eye on the younger ones (all living areas overlook the pool), yet parents also have places to retreat to for some privacy – the master bedroom in particular is an ocean of space and tranquility. And teenagers will relish the freedom of the separate bedrooms conveniently located in the entrance courtyard.
Catch some sun by the 16-metre pool or catch up on the latest movies in the TV room. Work up a sweat in the gym. Enjoy a massage in the spa room or the discreetly curtained poolside bale. Sip sunset cocktails at the enormous garden gazebo. Then gather around the dining table in air-conditioned comfort to enjoy a gourmet meal chosen from a reasonably priced menu, prepared by the villa chef and served by the ever-attentive butlers (on duty round the clock). The villa manager is happy to help with in-the-know information on what to do in Bali. And step outside the villa to be in the thick of the action in Bali's most fashionable neighbourhood.
Super central Seminyak location
Petitenget Beach only 300m away
Sociable layout and spacious design
Very efficient staff team
Fab BBQ terrace and long pool
"Thank you for a great stay and your hospitality. "
Real time 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-Dec-2018.
|Period||Price per night (USD)||10+ nights (USD)||Min stay||Inclusions|
|15-Dec-2018 to 25-Dec-2018||1,950 ++||1,755 ++||5 nights|
|26-Dec-2018 to 05-Jan-2019||2,200 ++||2,090 ++||7 nights|
Features and amenities
- Huge living and dining room ¬ bi-fold doors can be opened or closed and air-conditioned
- Dining table for 10
- Fully equipped kitchen guarded by five carved Burmese monks
- Air-conditioned media room with satellite TV and DVD player
- Air-conditioned gym with treadmill, exercise bike, elliptical machine, dumbbells and training bench
- Spa room with massage tables
- 16m x 4m pool
- Sun terrace with loungers and umbrellas
- Large alfresco bar area with pergola-style roof, informal seating, table for 12 and built-in barbecue
- Curtained poolside bale with large daybed
- Huge master bedroom suite on the ground floor of the two-storey wing to the side of the living pavilion
- Four-poster king-size bed, walk-in dressing room and integrated lounge area
- Cable TV/DVD player
- Ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower and bathtub
Guest Bedrooms - Upstairs
- Two guest bedrooms on the second level of a two-storey wing to the side of the living pavilion
- King-size beds
- Dressing area
- Cable TV/DVD players
- Ensuite bathrooms with walk-in shower and bathtubs
- Verandah with seating overlooking the garden
Guest Bedrooms - Entrance Wing
- Three further guest bedrooms in a two-storey building the other side of the living pavilion
- Two ground floor guestrooms have twin beds convertible to king
- One upstairs bedroom has a king-size bed
- Cable TV/DVD player
- All have ensuite bathrooms
The ancient sea temple of Petitenget is just down the road, as is renowned Body Works spa, and legendary beach club Ku Dé Ta (400m.) An eclectic range of eateries within easy walking distance include the funky Sea Circus café, retro-style Motel Mexicola, seaside Italian restaurant, La Lucciola, and Vin+ which includes the most extensive retail wine shop on the island.
Things to do
Villa Lilibel’s manager will have a wealth of information about nearby places of interest and will help arrange transport and make any bookings required. Do also ask the staff about the local area. Many of them live nearby and will be able to give an interesting insight into some of the fascinating aspects of Bali life.
In the meantime, here is a taste of the many and varied activities on offer within reach of the villa.
- Fashionistas, trendies and shop-a-holics will love exploring Seminyak, Bali’s most cosmopolitan enclave. Here, you can indulge for hours in the glut of stylish, chic boutiques selling designer ware and hand-crafted jewellery. Exotic homewares are also a Balinese specialty, from gorgeous ceramics, to embroidered furnishings and all manner of ethnic curios and decorative pieces.
- 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 including Sarong and Teatro Gastroteque. Ku Dé Ta is still the place to see and be seen at sunset, while two newer beach clubs, Cocoon and Potato Head, offer classy seaside alternatives. Then there’s La Plancha, a rustic beach bar between Double Six and Gado Gado, which is very popular with good tapas, reasonably priced drinks, live music and DJ events. A short taxi ride will bring you to Sardine for elegant seafood, Métis for French Mediterranean cuisine, or to Hog Wild in Bali, famous for barbecue ribs and wicked Martinis.
- Learn the secrets of Balinese spices and cuisine during a cookery class at Saté Bali Restaurant located near to the villa on Jalan Kayu Aya in Seminyak. At the end of the three hour course sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labours.
- If you are a bold and brave bargain hunter, a spree within the heart of Bali’s bustling provincial capital is an exciting and rewarding experience. Visit Denpasar’s vibrant markets, where everything and anything is available. Pasar Badung, Denpasar’s colourful central market, is the largest and oldest market in Bali. Kumbasari Market is another rabbit warren of small shops specialising in paintings, handicrafts, souvenirs, artefacts, clothes, fabrics, gold work and other art market goods. Jalan Sulawesi is the place for textiles, and Jalan Hasanudin is the glittering locale for Bali’s gold shops.
- To witness one of Bali’s spectacular sunsets, head down to Canggu Beach (8km) where cafés offer good views and cold beer. The atmospheric Warung Kakilima is a great spot for kids with its rolling lawns and trampoline, while Old Man’s has a relaxed Sydney-style beer garden, casual meals and live music on the weekend. Hotel Tugu, a very stylish and eclectic boutique hotel is just a hundred metres further up the road and was created by one of Indonesia’s premier art collectors, and provides a range of atmospheric dining experiences.
- Visit the famous Tanah Lot sea temple. Although renowned for its sunset vistas, going early in the morning provides a better idea of the power of the location and the chance to see it undisturbed, apart from perhaps an offering ceremony.
- Acclaimed as the world’s best, the atmospheric Elephant Safari Park in Taro (north of Ubud) provides a sanctuary for elephants rescued from Sumatra, with opportunities for trekking, hand feeding, and photo taking. There is also a fascinating museum and an excellent restaurant in a beautiful tropical setting deep in the forests of Bali’s hinterland.
- Bali Treetop Adventure Park is near the town of Bedugal in northern central Bali (next to Lake Bratan). Five adventure circuits, with heights ranging from two to 20 metres, challenge all level and ages on suspended bridges, spider nets, Tarzan jumps and 12 flying foxes.
- Explore the scenic rice-field landscape and rural villages by bicycle; a great way to get under the skin of the ‘real’ Bali. Stop off at a local warung (local café) to sample some basic Balinese fare or cool off with a cold drink. A number of operators, including Bali Adventure tours offer ‘downhill cycling’ tours starting from the cool climes of Bali’s mountainous hinterland.
- Desa Seni at Berawa Beach, is an eco-friendly village resort providing an authentic Indonesian experience through the exploration of culture, art and yoga. The resort offers a wide variety of yoga classes and also has its own holistic spa and restaurant serving gourmet organic food, most of which is grown in the resorts extensive gardens.
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