Who would stay at a hotel in Bali when you could treat yourself to a luxury Bali villa? These affordable villas are rented out year-round and offer a far more civilized experience. And there’s a variety for every style of vacation.
Traditional: These are the villas with traditional Balinese architecture. For example, Villa Bunga Wangi. These include patio dining, open plan living rooms, a large pool, and modern tropical architecture. For those seeking an authentic experience.
High-end luxury: These come at a high price; however, when you see the photos, you’ll know where every dollar went. One example is Villa The Khayangan. These upscale estates were once the home of noblemen, and feature mind-blowing architecture and design in very modern styles, open floor plans, sweeping views, and meticulous landscaping.
Secluded: If you came to Bali to experience nature, you can’t go wrong with places like Villa Kirana. These have a more traditional design, evoking more of a native feel. The forest is on all sides, with valleys and volcanoes greeting your view.
Scenic: The exotic and practical come together with Balinese cliffside villas, such as Bidadari Cliffside Estate. These are the villas more in tune with the pampered mindset, with gyms and spas, beachside walks, and the prospect of stepping out of bed in the morning and diving directly into the Pacific ocean for your morning bath.