Whilst any luxurious villa holiday in Bali is an experience to remember, staying in anyone of the selected Uluwatu private villas offers something truly unique. The properties tend to be blessed with spectacular views across Bali’s southern cliff tops and the Indian Ocean. Spending the day in any one of the villas is a delight at anytime of the day. But sipping a cocktail around the infinity pool, early evening whilst watching the sunset, has to be one of life’s true pleasures. Uluwatu private villas tend to be larger in every way. Bigger, private pools, bigger gardens, bedroom suites, kitchens, living and dining rooms are the norm in this location tends to be less populated. As a result, guests can feel a little more isolated, even though some of the finest 5-star hotels are located close by.
Uluwatu private villas are the ideal environments for weddings and special occasions, such as big birthdays. Sheer expanse of garden space and private infinity pools are the perfect spot to say. I do. With the backdrop of the Indian Ocean behind at sunset, stunning wedding photographs will be a wonderful reminder of that big day. Uluwatu is around 1-hour’s drive from Bali’s international airport. And therefore over one and a half hour’s drive the island’s tourist hub, Seminyak, Jimbaran, less than half an hour away, is famed for its beachside, fresh seafood restaurants where guests can sample the catch of the day and watch the sunset. As most luxury villas come with a car and driver, getting from A-to-B is easy and comfortable – and cool. Sharing one of the 15 selected Uluwatu private villas with close friends and family is undoubtedly the best way to experience such a unique vacation. Properties often come with several suites and vast living and dining room space. Fully staffed with cooks, pool attendants, gardeners and drivers, guests can focus on the important things such as relaxing, meditating, yoga, swimming and socializing. Waking up to clear blue skies, high above distant seas from the comfort of magnificent bedroom suites will have guests settled and relaxed in no time. A gentle stroll down to the dining area or kitchen bar – or pool decking – and a full, fresh breakfast typically awaits, courtesy of the villa cook and staff. All that remains from that point onwards are difficult decisions like whether to swim, sun bathe, surf or sit back and relax. Uluwatu private villas are usually created on several levels due to the incline in land. So whilst the private pool, living and dining spaces are on one level, bedrooms maybe on several levels above, allowing for some breathtaking views of across the ocean.
Uluwatu private villas are created and constructed with the affluent guest in mind. Whilst business and work are never completely out of mind, residing in this unique environment certainly gives a sense of achievement. Long lunches and late evenings in the office give way to a degree of relaxation and recuperation in some of the finest luxury villas in the world.