Seminyak and Jimbaran, Bali
Sleeping up to eight people in 4 bedrooms, Villa Jajaliluna is one of Bali’s most luxurious villas. Secluded behind vine-clad walls and shaded by coconut palms, it promises complete privacy in a tranquil courtyard-style setting. A food lover and shopper’s dream, the villa is located just 500 metres from Seminyak Beach and a stroll to the island’s most famous restaurants, bars, spas and boutiques. It is situated just off Jalan Laksmana, Bali’s ‘Eat St’, where you will find every type of cuisine possible - Italian, Japanese, Moroccan, Indian and traditional Indonesian warungs.
Decorated in neutral tones brightened up with splashes of colour, Villa Jajaliluna is a soothing tropical oasis to return to after exploring the hip surrounding neighbourhood. The property has three separate living areas, an open-plan kitchen and dining room, an outdoor dining terrace and a stunning T-shaped swimming pool. The villa comes with an in-house chef, a private butler and a large team of well-trained staff to look after you. Enjoy cocktails by the pool, seafood barbecues and a bespoke menu for the duration of your stay. Guess are also offered complimentary membership at Bali’s premier private members club, The Canggu Club, which has world-class sporting facilities, fun activities for the kids, and a choice of venues for dining and relaxing. A fantastic choice for families, Villa Jajaliluna has a media room with movie hard drive, a Nintendo Wii in the upstairs TV lounge and a bunk bed bedroom, which can sleep up to four children, and a team of helpers to look after them (full-time babysitting incurs a small extra cost).
Excursions range from horseback riding along the southern beaches and the lush rice terraces of Kerobokan, to surfing in Seminyak, or jaunts to Seminyak’s hip beachfront bars, designer boutiques and art galleries restaurants which are within walking distance. Adventure seekers can visit Waterbom Bali, Bali Treetop Adventure Park or go white water rafting down the Ayung River north of Ubud, while culture vultures can head into Ubud’s town centre and explore the traditional market and wonderful art galleries. Visit the ancient sea temple of Pura Tanah Lot, or the beautiful terraced rice fields and volcanic beaches of Tabanan Regency.