Accommodation at Villa Asta Bali
Villa Asta Bali contains two unique types of sleeping quarters. First is the master pavilion, which includes 2 massive bedrooms each with their own private bathroom. Both of them have king-size beds covered with an elegant canopy and their own plasma TV. They are beautifully appointed with sophisticated Asian artefacts, paintings by local artisans, and dotted with brightly coloured throw pillows. They even have a window seat constructed into the wall to curl up on with a cup of tea and simply enjoy the view.
The bathrooms are located just outside in the garden area, only slightly open to the elements but entirely discreet. In the centre, is an enormous marble bathtub offering you the chance to bathe in opulence while communing with nature.
The other three bedrooms are at the opposite end of the grounds in a 2-story building in which they all reside on the first floor. A walk-in closet is standard in these rooms as are the en-suite bathrooms open to the garden. Sliding glass doors hail the entrance to these bedrooms, saturating them with light during the day. By arrangement, these rooms can have either king-size or twin beds and either way, you’ll have access to 2 optional rollaway beds.
The centrepiece of the dining room is a colossal richly-stained teakwood table that easily accommodates 18 guests and is surrounded by lively, orange cushioned chairs. It has a thatched roof that leaves the pavilion open to the garden for colourful views of the adjacent tropical plants. Four cylindrical lamps hang just over the table and bless it with their soft lighting every evening while directly above them are strategically-placed surround sound speakers to grant that special quality to your dining experience.
Next to the dining area is the fully equipped kitchen and bar, elegantly laid out with black marble countertops. The villa chef will use this area to create his distinctive brand of international and domestic cuisines, snacks and drinks. If you have a dietary requirement, just notify him or the villa manager and they’ll be sure to make the proper adjustments for you including going to the market for the necessary goods.
Be sure to try the skills of our 2 highly trained bartenders who are capable of producing your favourite cocktails at your request. Besides, the bar is an excellent spot for chatting with friends or enjoying breakfast, which of course, is complimentary.
The living pavilion at Villa Asta Bali is only a stone’s throw away from the kitchen and dining area and features a sizeable rattan couch flooded with multi-coloured throw pillows, ceiling fans, antique end tables, and padded single chairs, making it a great place to stretch out and chat with friends and family. Just on the other side of the dining pavilion and through the tinted sliding glass doors is a private den which is fully air-conditioned with a padded long-chair and cozy easy chair. It has its own desk and computer with internet access, a printer, a TV and DVD player, and a link to the same sound system in the living area.It has also been tastefully appointed with selections of abstract local art and artefacts.
Above the guest bedrooms is the sprawling deck known as the games room. This area includes a desktop computer with internet access, a 42 inch plasma screen TV, DVD player, a billiards table, a ping pong table and views of the surrounding rice fields.
The garden is bursting from every corner with unique local plants that line the stone walls of the compound and run right up to the edge of the freeform swimming pool. A massive 2-story bale towers over the pool and provides a fantastic spot to relax after a quick dip and an outstanding view of the rice fields. If you wish to stretch out in the sun, there’s a circular sun deck beside the pool complete with lounge chairs to help you work on your tan.
At one end of the garden, the villa includes a grass court should you wish to engage in a pick-up game of volleyball, badminton or football. A rare offerings in Bali villas located in Seminyak as land price is continuously sky-rocketing.