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Villa in Kecamatan Mengwi

The River House

Please note that this home is in close proximity to an ongoing construction project. Please enquire for more information.   An artistic and architectural triumph, this dynamic home offers a premium stay on Bali’s southern coast in elegant, modern surrounds. Shielded by tall Bali palms, the home’s raised, compartmentalized structure offers an innovative break from the villa norm, with the grounds housing a pool, sun terrace, and green lawns. Beaches, surfing, diverse cuisine, and cultural sites are all nearby. The River House’s design echoes ambitious, floating-rooms designs of the postmodern period, tastefully intertwined with the local landscape. Passing through protective trees, the home’s stimulating design is revealed, with a glamorous, lengthy balcony looking down from the home’s upper level. The villa’s main living space is all about openness, including vertically, with creative light fixtures, a marriage of veined-stone and glass, and chic, designer furniture. The garden’s shaded fern beds are visible from the gleaming, fully-outfitted kitchens, while relaxed bedrooms carry a sense of urban, informed chic in this most tropical of destinations. Laid-back and social evenings, sipping drinks on the terrace after a revitalizing massage are a fine way to end an active day. This property’s appeal is perfected by being just moments from a popular surfing school, with picturesque Echo and Canggu beaches a very short drive away. This mature neighborhood offers an exceptional range of friendly beach bars, eye-opening restaurants, and roadside cafés for spending fresh mornings and balmy afternoons, while visits to unique coastal temples, forest hikes, and sunset outings by traditional boats are all possible along this vibrant coastline. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary : King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with dual stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Dual vanity, Lounge area, Safe, Direct access to balcony • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Safe, Direct access to balcony • Bedroom 3: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Safe, Direct access to balcony • Bedroom 4: 2 Twin size beds, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Toddler bed, Safe, Direct access to balcony • Bedroom 5: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with dual stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Dual vanity, Safe, Desk, Direct access to balcony FEATURES & AMENITIES • More under “What this place offers” below OUTDOOR FEATURES • More under “What this place offers” below Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • More under “Add-on services” below

$1,397 per night
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Villa in Beraban, Bali

Abian Bali Beach House

Surf mists over the pool at this truly on-the-beach Bali retreat. Its glass walls reflect both sunshine and sea, flooding the island-modern living spaces with light, and the villa is fully staffed. Walk 5 minutes to Kelecung Beach and 6 minutes to Pasut Beach: 2 black-sand beaches popular for ATV rides and photo ops on a crooked palm tree. The waves are a steady soundtrack to mornings in a lounger or sunbed by the infinity pool, and lunches and dinners from the charcoal barbecue at the pergola-covered alfresco table. Stretch out before a surf session in the exercise room and unwind in the evenings with a karaoke machine and media room. Glass fronts the double-height walls of the open-concept great room, offering up panoramic views, and a water feature brings the sound of the surf indoors. Woven sofas, a rustic wooden dining table, and potted plants add even more natural texture to the space. While the chef’s kitchen is solely for the chef’s use, there is a kitchenette available for guests’ use. Walk to Kelecung and Pasut beaches for a sunrise yoga session on the beach, a daytime ATV ride, or a sunset photo op on Pasut’s famed palm tree that angles toward the sea. There are 2 other beaches within a 15-kilometer drive, as well as the Tanah Lot sea temple and its dramatic sunset-facing setting. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved.   BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Bidet, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Television, DVD player, Safe, Air conditioning, Direct access to pool, Ocean view • Bedroom 2: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Bidet, Dual vanity, Air conditioning, Pool view • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Bidet, Dual vanity, Air conditioning, Pool view • Bedroom 4: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Bidet, Dual vanity, Air conditioning, Pool view FEATURES & AMENITIES • Karaoke • More under “What this place offers” below Included: • More under “What this place offers” below Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Babysitting services • Activities and excursions  • More under “Add-on services” below

$1,250 per night
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Place to stay in Kecamatan Kuta Selatan

Villa Kapungkur

Decorated with fairytale-like gardens, this luxurious villa in Jimbaran is perfect for multi-family vacations and getaways with friends. You’ll find a gorgeous pool, sun beds, and cozy lounge areas outside. Inside, spacious open-concept design links spaces with the outdoors to create a natural feeling throughout. Start each day on the terrace’s yoga bale for a quick session before breakfast. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved.

$720 per night

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All about Indonesia

Planning a vacation in Indonesia? We’re here to help!

Made up of an incredible 17,504 islands spread across over 700,000 square miles, Indonesia is a hugely diverse country, a place of many contrasts. If there’s one thing that defines the islands, it’s the beauty of natural landscape, from white sand, practically deserted beaches, to lush forests and orderly rice paddies. From the USA, it’s one of the farthest places in the world to travel - with an average flight time of over 20 hours from the East Coast. Most flights land in Denpasar, on the island of Bali - and while direct flights do exist you should be prepared to change at least once, with a possible overnight layover. From there you can head to your final destination, be it Bali, Lombok, Java, or elsewhere. The journey may be long, but the reward of exploring a truly unique destination awaits you.

Surf’s Up

With miles of golden beaches and pristine water, Bali has been attracting serious surfers since the early 1970s, after the release of the iconic surf movie Morning of the Earth. Uluwatu beach, in the south west of the island, is perhaps the most famous of all Bali’s surf beaches, and if definitely one of the most popular. The waves here are big and suited to people with some experience. For beginners, Seminyak or Kuta beaches make a great choice (the two are close to each other) - the waves are smaller and there are lifeguards on duty.

Fabulous food

Once at the center of the worldwide spice trade, the islands of Indonesia are world-famous for their unique spices (nutmeg was first discovered on Indonesia’s Banda Islands) and delicious cuisine. One of the best ways to learn more about the country is through its food - especially its street food. Whether you’re visiting Bali, Lombok or Sumba foodies should seek head straight for one of the many warungs on the islands - street-side cafes specializing in local dishes. Different regions have different specialties, so ask for recommendations before you order. If you can, try sate lilit - pork or fish served on a lemongrass skewer, flavored with coconut milk, lemon, and chili, or nasi campur, which can be any number of filings, from tuna to tofu to beef, served over rice and wrapped in a banana leaf. Often you won't know what the filling is until you open the parcel, so vegetarians should check before tucking in.

Touring temples

While many Indonesian islands are Muslim in heritage, Bali’s cultural heritage has been handed down through the Hindu tradition, while yet other islands have Christian and Buddhist practices. This makes for a beguiling mix of cultures, which can be seen across the islands in their art and temples.

Another must visit for many tourists is Ubud monkey forest, where hundreds of monkeys roam around the grounds of the three temples within the complex. While it’s a very cute sight to see so many monkeys at once, be aware they are very used to people and can become a nuisance if you have food on you. If you do visit, avoid carrying food, keep your wits about you and enjoy the unique spectacle!

Experience our luxury vacation homes in Indonesia

Bali

Perhaps the most well known of Indonesia’s islands, Bali is the starting point for many visitors heading to the archipelago, and of course an extraordinary destination in its own right.

Our Bali villas are in some of the island’s most sought-after locations - including Canggu, Seminyak, and Ubud. Many homes are built in the traditional style, with separate sleeping and living pavilions dotted across the property. All have swimming pools and many also offer beach access. If you want to try your hand and Indonesian cooking, we can organize cooking classes in your villa, or if you want to come home to dinner on the table, your chef will be happy to whip up a feast for you.

Lombok

Quiet and relaxed with beautiful scenery - from rugged mountains to wide beaches, Lombok invites you to truly get away from it all, but still enjoy the bustle of island life.  

With private chefs, infinity pools, and beach access, our Lombok villas will have you in vacation mode in no time. Sleeping up to 12 people, if you’re planning a group getaway, we have some great options on the island.  

Sumba

Sparsely populated, with thatched villages dotted across a pristine landscape of swaying palms and papaya trees, Sumba feels like going back to a simpler time. If you’re dreaming of getting off the beaten path, you’ll be happy here.

Our luxury Sumba accommodation options include houses built in the traditional Indonesian style, with thatched roofs and separate sleeping pavilions, and even homes built on stilts. With infinity pools and beautiful views of the ocean or the lush interior landscape, you can sit back, relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the island.  

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