Villa Ylang YlangSaba Bay
Villa Ylang Ylang – Six Bedrooms Villa in Saba Bay Bali
Nestled between coconut trees and white sands of Ketewel, Saba Bay on Bali’s southeast coast, six bedrooms Villa Ylang Ylang residence oozes luxury and glamour. Villa Ylang Ylang’s lifestyle mantra is ‘passionate serenity’ – a concept that abounds throughout with interiors revealing exquisite tastes and sophisticated facilities for discerning guests, including a15-metre pool, gym and home-theatre. Secluded beachfront setting overlooking Badung Strait, together with villa’s suitability for yoga, spa and indulgent relaxation, offer a retreat of absolute calm and wellbeing.
Contemporary Asian in design and lavishly appointed, architectural grandeur of this six-bedroom property emphasises majestic dimensions to create an atmosphere of serenity and refinement. And, with its idyllic scenery of verdant rice fields and coconut groves, this beachfront property resting on landscaped gardens and facing Indian Ocean’s crashing surf is quite simply a spectacular sight. At Villa Ylang Ylang, pursuit of relaxation is a serious business with a gym and infrared sauna, a top-notch theatre room and a series of intimate, luxurious outdoor spaces, while gastronomic pursuits are more than satisfied by kitchen, which produces fine dining par excellence.
This beautiful Villa Ylang Ylang has been lovingly designed and furnished by its owner with hints of Versace and European sophistication and it’s no wonder as guests have included international celebrities and royalty, discreetly served by experienced yet charming villa staff. Villa Ylang Ylang is much more than a luxury beachside residence, with yoga and spa treatments, health-conscious food and calming chill-out zones – it’s a retreat of majestic beauty and food for the soul.
Bedrooms at Villa Ylang Ylang
Furthest away from pavilion and closest to beach, two luxurious master suites face each other across pool. Similar in style, both come furnished with a king-size, contemporary, four-poster bed, vanity area and silk upholstered couch. Their lavish bathrooms feature generous-sized sunken bathtubs, room-size walk-in rain shower, his n’ hers washbasins and, beyond, a small courtyard with modern glass sculptures contrasting with traditional-style Balinese water statue and pool. At the opposite end, a terraced area features comfy cushioned outdoor furniture (with encircling silk drapes for privacy) and a relaxing private plunge pool, looking out over sea.
Both master suites are additionally equipped with a satellite TV and DVD player.
Next to master suites are two Queen Rooms featuring queen-size four-poster beds. Wood and glass sliding doors lead to chic ensuite bathrooms with mini-sunken baths that double as showers (massage and traditional Balinese style).
Accessed through internal sliding doors from each of Queen Rooms are adjoining Junior Rooms, each furnished with twin beds – one with canopied, mosquito nets – making them very suitable for children (these rooms are ideally positioned nearest to living pavilion, so parental surveillance is easy in evenings). Ensuites with showers are attached to both Junior Rooms.
Interiors in all four rooms follow style of master suites and all bathrooms are delightfully sunny, courtesy of a conservatory-style, sloping glass roof decorated with rattan. Outside, intimate patios are edged with white pebbles, black tiles and tropical foliage; ornamented by glass standing candle-holders and furnished with a single, black reclining lounger.
Living Areas at Villa Ylang Ylang
Heart of villa, main pavilion stands two storey’s tall, an impressive building with an 11-metre-high atrium, symmetrically balanced with cream-hued colonnades supporting a soaring, vaulted ceiling. Pavilion looks out across gardens and pool to beach
Mainly open-sided (protected by a combination of floor-to-ceiling wood doors, flowing silk curtains and lengthy bamboo blinds), pavilion is cooled by refreshing sea breezes and ceiling fans. Living area is furnished with large floor cushions, a deep daybed draped in organza silk and flanking comfy sofas, all featuring rich designer fabrics and signature golden and black theme.
At far end, under a low-ceiling, the formal dining area is dominated by a lacquered wood table accommodating 12 to 14 dinners on incredibly comfortable cushioned chairs. As a backdrop to dining table is a striking glass sculpture and wall-panel of gold-painted mirrored tiles. Separate, and behind closed doors, lies fully-equipped kitchen.
At opposite end of living–dining area, black sliding doors reveal an air-conditioned theatre room– so called as satellite TV channels and DVDs are projected onto an extensive wall screen. Facing the screen, a black sofa bed is massive enough for entire family to laze upon, enjoying the hundreds of DVDs available or top-of-the-range surround-sound music system. This cozy room also doubles as a study, with well-stocked library, computer with broadband internet and printer provided for guest use.
Two black lacquered staircases at opposite ends of living pavilion ground-floor lead up to a black timbered gallery. Mezzanine-style, this open-sided, space looks inwards over living-dining area. Sunlit and airy, it contains two intimate dining tables and centrally-positioned balcony encased by folding glass doors. This intimate lounging area with gigantic daybed reveals fabulous ocean views and comes flanked on opposite ends by a rooftop deck scattered with floor cushions – perfect for yoga or nighttime star gazing – and rooftop massage deck with two massage beds provided for spa treatments.
From main pavilion, the 15-metre pool is central point of landscaped seaside gardens, bounded by swaying coconut palms. Adorned with ornamental water fountains, salt water pool is surrounded by a stone deck, supplying multi-functional sun beds fashioned from weatherproof rattan and cushioned with black mattresses and silk cushions.
From here, manicured lawns stretch down to a tidal river, glistening black sands and crashing surf; at the gardens’ end beside the river is a timbered sundeck, complete with sun-loungers with fabulous unobstructed views across the beach.
Lawns are dotted with Indonesian modern art sculptures mounted on stone and sweet-scented, frangipani trees. At each side, overlooking beach, is a black, contemporary-take on traditional balé pavilion: one, designed for romantic dining and sun-filled lunches and the other, for relaxation and massage. These contrast with two miniscule Hindu shrines nearby. There’s also an oversized black sunbed with concertina-style cover and opposite, a small, glass-fronted gym containing a four-person, wooden infrared sauna.
- 6.0 km to Sukawati
- 15.0 km to Sanur
- 16.0 km to Ubud
- 24.0 km to Seminyak
- 29.0 km to Airport
Service and Facilities
- 12 guests (2 master suites with king beds; 2 queen-bedded suites; 2 twin-bedded suites), plus baby cot.
- Two-storey main pavilion with living–dining area; fully-equipped kitchen; theatre room and upper gallery with spa and massage deck plus meditation deck; 2 balés (gazebos);one 15m saltwater pool and 2 plunge pools.
- Full-time manager; senior housekeeper–butler; maintenance man–butler; chef; kitchen assistant; junior housekeeper; gardener; 2 security guards.
- Accomplished chef, experienced in fine-dining and entertaining, with wide repertoire of international and Asian dishes from healthy to decadent.
- WiFi internet complimentary throughout; computer and printer; local calls in Bali complimentary + in-house telephone system (room to room); IDD calls on request (extra cost).
- Satellite TVs and DVD players in master suites and theatre room; extensive DVD library, CD players in bedrooms and theatre room, iPod dock in bedrooms, board games, book library, infrared sauna, gym, yoga mats, massage beds, spa and yoga services on request, barbecue facilities.
- Arranged at the discretion of management.
- Baby cot, inflatable pool toys, high-chair, baby sitters on request.
- Secure parking for six cars; hairdryers and mini-safes in bedrooms; wine cooler; 3 coffee machines; customized bathroom toiletries.
- Exclusive use of the whole villa and listed facilities
- Personal service by the villa including full time manager & security
- Welcome drink and fruit basket upon arrival
- Turn down service
- Wifi Internet connection
- Airport transfer included minimum stay 7 nights by Asia Holiday Villa
Rates in USD
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*Rates are subject to 15.5% service charge, taxes, etc. Please note above rates are valid until 31 Aug 2024. Please email us if you would like to make a booking after this date. Minimum 3 nights stay for low & shoulder season, 4 nights stay for high season includ. Chinese New Year & Easter, and 5 nights stay for peak season.
|Low Season||Shoulder Season||High Season||Peak Season|
|23 Oct – 14 Dec 2022
06 Jan – 19 Jan 2023
17 Apr – 27 Apr 2023
02 May – 08 Jun 2023
22 Oct – 14 Dec 2023
06 Jan – 08 Feb 2024
19 Feb – 28 Mar 2024
14 Apr – 14 Jun 2024
|10 Jun – 23 Jun 2022
28 Aug – 22 Oct 2022
20 Jan – 29 Jan 2023
01 Apr – 06 Apr 2023
11 Apr – 16 Apr 2023
28 Apr – 01 May 2023
09 Jun – 22 Jun 2023
27 Aug – 21 Oct 2023
09 Feb – 18 Feb 2024
15 Jun – 28 Jun 2024
|24 Jun – 27 Aug 2022
15 Dec – 25 Dec 2022
07 Apr – 10 Apr 2023
23 Jun – 26 Aug 2023
15 Dec – 25 Dec 2023
29 Mar – 13 Apr 2024
29 Jun – 31 Aug 2024
|26 Dec 2022 – 05 Jan 2023
26 Dec 2023– 05 Jan 2024
Location : Jl. Pantai Saba, Saba, Blahbatuh, Saba, Kec. Blahbatuh, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80581
- Guests: 12
- Bedrooms: 6
- Beds: 6
- Bathrooms: 6
- Rooms: 6
- Type: Beachfront Villa
- Size: 2100 Sqm
- Cinema Room
- DVD Player
- Fully Staffed
- Massage Bed
- Safe Deposit Box
- Swimming Pool
- Views to ocean
- Yoga Room
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