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Villa Sanur Residence
Splendid Sanur Residence comprises nine bedrooms encompassed within three self-contained buildings set side-by-side in a spectacular beachfront location on Bali’s south east coast.
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Note: 15.5% Tax will be added to the total price.
15% Long Stay Discount
Stays of 14 nights or more entitled to 15% discount
The residence is an ideal venue for weddings, parties and events. The expansive terraced garden, set against the stunning backdrop of the Balinese coastline, is the perfect spot for saying “I do”. The accommodation designed for families and groups of up to eighteen people. The three individual buildings share a number of common facilities including the garden, the 23 x 6.5-meter swimming pool, and a communal dining room serviced by a commercial kitchen where an internationally trained chef and his team cater to the culinary whims of the guests in 5-star fashion.
The Sanur Residence is characterised by contemporary tropical architecture, an abundance of light, huge aluminium-framed picture windows, broad balcony-terraces, and a crisp white décor. Each 2-storey building accommodates up to six people. All three buildings boast different features, but each includes three bedrooms with en-suite marble bathrooms, a living room and dining room with a table for six, a fully fitted kitchen, additional sitting areas and spacious terraces. The beautiful landscaped garden – complete with reflective ponds, flat green coastal lawns and a romantic relaxation pavilion – is bordered by rice fields, sweet corn and tobacco plantations, and bounded by papaya and banana groves. The property blessed with dramatic views of the coastline and the ocean, stretching all the way from Sanur to Mt Agung in the east. The glorious sunrises in this part of Bali are legendary, and can be enjoyed from the terraces of all three of the buildings that comprise the residence. In the early mornings, the mysterious towering sea cliffs of the neighbouring Nusa Penida Island will be bathed in a warm pink glow. The beach is just 50 metres away and is good for surfing and safe for swimming. It is accessed via a path through the rice fields, and boasts a private timber deck for the use of guests at the residence. From here it is fun to watch the local fishermen going out every day in their colourful jukung outrigger boats.
Every room in the Sanur Residence is air-conditioned and guests also have the option of ceiling fans. Entrances are flanked by ornamental pebble-lined ponds and protected by solid doors that swing open into the cool interiors. Upstairs and downstairs, folding glass doors open onto a plethora of terraces, allowing the cool sea breezes to permeate. Dark wood finishes are complemented by white quilt covers, white soft furnishings and colourful local artwork. Every bedroom features a timber floor and is equipped with a TV with local channels and DVD player, in addition to top quality King Koil mattresses, a telephone, safe deposit box, and an emergency button. Every master bathroom is fitted with a Jacuzzi tub, shower, hairdryer, shaver mirror, electrical shaver socket, and a thoughtful array of shampoo and bath products.
Building No. 1 [3br]
Building No 1 is the westerly building of the residence. The open-plan Living Room, Media Room & Dining Room is furnished with a comfortable L-shaped sofa, a nestle of coffee tables, a dining table, and a flat screen satellite TV and DVD player and music system. The stylish, dark grey floor is composed of non-slip, burned granite. An alternative cosy sitting Area overlooks the gardens and view.
Building No. 2 [3br]
Building No. 2 is the centre building of the residence, and is characterised by a cream polished granite floor. It features a raised Dining Area furnished with a richly grained coconut shell dining table and chairs by the Bali-based Italian designer ‘Carlo’. The Kitchen is located to one side. It is very similar to the kitchen in Building No. 1, complete with a breakfast bar and high seats.
Four steps lead down to the Living & Media Room, which furnished with two exquisite soft leather sofas and a matching ottoman. A 42-inch plasma screen TV, DVD player provided for the entertainment of the guests. Kids will enjoy sitting on the yielding beanbags. More glass doors open up onto a terrace with a daybed. A powder room with basin and toilet is located next to the living area.
Building No. 3 [3br]
Building No. 3 is the easterly building of the residence, and is characterised by a dark, burnt granite non-slip floor. The Dining Area with a table for six is located next to a wooden deck sheltered by a pergola. The kitchen is very similar to the kitchens in Buildings Nos. 1 & 2, and is located to one side. The Living Area is central, furnished with a large bamboo daybed facing the ocean view.
This is the only building with a separate, self-contained media room – a cosy Home Theatre with a 60-inch screen for projecting movies and satellite TV channels. The room furnished with a sofa, beanbags and shelf units.
Villa Samudra is characterised by a large garden that extends directly onto a private 14-metre beach side buff with timber decking, towering coconut palms, and wooden steps leading down to the beach. This is the place to chill out and gaze at the graceful kites scattered throughout the sky, or watch both the sunrise and the sunset create a warm pink glow across the mysterious, towering, sea-cliffs of Nusa Penida Island.
In addition to the wonderful views, the garden of the two-storey Villa Samudra also boasts a 14 x 4 metre lap pool, which is 1.8 metres in depth and lined with green Java stone. A massage pavilion rests at one end of the pool and a bale bengong (relaxation pavilion) is also located in the garden, together with an outdoor shower, sun-loungers, timeworn stone-carvings, terracotta carved wall panels, palms, sweet scented frangipani trees and coastal shrubs and plants.
Villa Samudra’s semi open-air living and dining area borders the swimming pool. Open at each end, equipped with bamboo blinds and cooled by ceiling fans, this is tropical living at its very best. A Jacuzzi extends into the living space and overflows into the pool creating an attractive waterfall feature. A hi-fi system with surround sound is provided for the entertainment of the guests, and wireless high-speed Internet access allows guests to send and receive their e-mails inside the villa or beside the pool, in the garden or on the beach. The contemporary furniture is set off by a myriad of textures from smooth white Palimanan stone to carved antique doors framed by dark grey volcanic rock. Impressive local artwork adorns the walls, harmonized with primitive artifacts. A rustic coffee table, and comfortable sofas and chairs, are complemented by richly colored silk cushions, together with a woven rattan and wood-skin mat resting upon the Merbau wood floor. A striking feature is the curved floating staircase, fashioned in richly patterned wood and supported by eight columns. The open plan dining area is furnishing with a table for six and overlooks a lotus pond. The pond is traversed by stepping stones that lead through a pebbled courtyard to the fully equipped service kitchen where the staff will prepare delicious meals. Every need of the guests has been considered, and a particularly thoughtful touch is the provision of a barbeque. A series of wide stone pillars create a partition, for privacy, between the kitchen and the living and dining area.
The air-conditioned master bedroom, complete with en-suite bathroom and wide balcony, covers the whole of the upper floor under a soaring pitched roof. A queen size bed is made up with top quality linens and a red and black Chinese silk bed cover. Rich drapes frame the windows, local Paras stone bricks form a wall behind the bed, old photographs enhance the decor, and a wooden cabinet houses a satellite TV, DVD and CD player. Glass doors and fly screens open out onto a timber balcony deck commanding breathtaking views of the coastline and ocean. The en-suite bathroom comprises two mirrored dressing rooms with ample storage space, together with two separate washing areas linked by a covered balcony walkway. This clever design allows the dressing rooms and bathroom to be accessed by two different doors from the bedroom, and the walkway is enclosed with fretwork wooden walls, which allow the cool breezes to permeate. One of the grey terrazzo-floored bathroom areas features a black terrazzo corner bathtub and twin washbasins. The other area features a shower, toilet and washbasin.
The two remaining air-conditioned bedrooms are located downstairs, one with queen size bed and the other one with twin bed, other facilities are mirror images of each other, each with en-suite bathroom, satellite TV, DVD and CD player. Glass doors and fly screens in each room open onto a personal terrace furnished with daybeds, and a dressing area is located behind the bed. Each garden bathroom features ‘his ‘n’ hers’ washbasins, toilet, and a black terrazzo sunken bathtub and shower, bordered by plants, together with a three-tiered running water feature, and a wall for privacy.
The recent construction of the Sanur-Kusamba by-pass road has made this area accessible to the rest of the island and positions Villa Samudra within easy driving distance of most of Bali’s tourist attractions. Villa Samudra is just forty-five minutes drive from Bali’s international airport, thirty minutes from the cultural town of Ubud, ten minutes from Sukawati art and handicraft market, ten minutes from Sanur, and thirty minutes from the restaurants, shops and nightlife of Kuta and Seminyak. Ketewel village is the origin of the famous Legong Bededari Dance, and the neighbouring village of Sawa produced the finest Legong dancers on the island. The beach of Pabean, in front of Villa Samudra, was once a small port through which oriental traders brought their products; at low tide you can still see the structure of the old harbour and a Chinese cemetery is located nearby. Balinese Hindu purification ceremonies are held beside the ocean at the sacred Pura Segara sea temple, and the nearby reef is renowned for its world class surf breaks.
Guests staying at Villa Samudra can look forward to experiencing unrivalled service within the calm tranquility that is the true essence of Bali.
Services and Facilities
Fully air-conditioned master bedroom with ensuite bathroom;
2 air-conditioned bedrooms with individual ensuite showers and a shared bathtub on building one and building three,
shared ensuite bathroom on building two;
Personal safes in each bedroom;
Air-conditioned living & dining area;
IDD telephone lines;
Satellite TV/CD/VCD/DVD players with CD/VCD/DVD libraries;
Fully equipped kitchen;
Swimming pool with 6 pool deck chairs;
Car parking available at the villa;
Laundry & dry-cleaning services;
24 hours security staff;
Generator backup in case of power failure;
Rates + 15% government tax & service charge and around trip airport transfer.
rates including 1x breakfast on the first morning.