Villa Asri has it all: Privacy, tropical gardens, 8 meter pool, 2 air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suits, fully equipped kitchen, dining area, open living area, bale with daybed, laundry, and an attentive room boy to look after your needs. What more could you want?
Villa Asri is located 130m down a private lane off Jl. Penestanan Kelod. This magnificent villa has two air conditioned bedrooms, each with ensuite bathrooms. Its open-plan living room, dining area and kitchen look out on to a 8 meter pool (with sun beds and sun umbrella) and the gardens. The kitchen is fully equipped and the entire villa is tastefully decorated. This villa is great for a short or extended stay.
Villa Asri has its own laundry with a large automatic washing machine. In the garden there is also a Bale / Gazebo where you can relax on the teak daybed.
Villa Asri is fifteen/twenty minutes walk, or five minute taxi, to the center of Ubud. It is also within walking distance of ten great cafes in Penestanan, a yoga and meditation center and the lovely EveSpa. Once you enter this villa your privacy and security is assured in a personal tropical paradise.
Interaction with Guests
Villa Asri has a full time room boy to make your breakfasts, clean the villa, keep the pool and garden looking fantastic and to assist you with tour arrangements. He works from 8am to 4pm, but guests can ask him to leave when they want total privacy.
Ubud is located 35 km northeast of Bali's International Airport. It is attractive to tourists for a variety of reasons. On a relatively small island with a horde of attractions, Ubud is centrally located, There are plenty reasons why Ubud was voted in recently as the most fascinating city of Asia by Condé Nast Traveler.
The Ubud area is around two to three hundred meters above sea level and surrounded by rice fields, which makes it noticeably cooler than other tourist destinations in Bali. Neighbouring villages are well known for unique bamboo crafts and furniture, wood and stone carving and many other crafts.
Ubud is famous for it's regularly nightly traditional dance performances, which are part of the traditional culture and are arranged for tourists on a regular schedule. Hindu-Balinese ceremonies take place on a nearly daily basis, especially in the European summer, which is the driest and coolest season here.
Ubud is popular in part today because it is the best place in Bali to break out of the tourist mode and get off the beaten path, although far from undiscovered. Hotels are plentiful; home stays and Indonesian guesthouses (losmen) are easily available to the foreign tourist. Many tourists simply base their entire stay here and travel to other destinations from Ubud.
Accommodations in Ubud are also somewhat more reasonably priced than in the beach towns of Bali. But atmosphere is perhaps the major attractions. One visitor summed it up this way: Kuta is madness, Sanur is sterile, and Nusa Dua is culturally isolated; Ubud is the place to go.
The villa is only a 20 minute walk from central Ubud or 5 minutes by car. There are lots of drivers available close to the villa.
Ubud is my favourite home, but I love visiting Thailand, Sri Lanka and Paris. I am addicted to travel and want to see a lot more of Europe and Asia.
My passion is writing. I have contribute to 4 books about Bali and am currently working on my first gay romance novel.