Bali Prime Villa is located in Seminyak Area. It is build in Peaceful village named Kerobokan Village, only a 10-minutes drive away to Seminyak Square, and the Ngurah Rai International Airport is a 30- 40 minute drive away.
It is an ensemble of 8 villas based in 7 units of one-bedroom villas and 1 unit of two bedrooms villa. Each villa has idyllic landscaped garden with private pools.
Operating a 24-hour front desk, the staff at Bali Prime Villas can assist guests with car hire, airport transfer, laundry and in-villa dining and massage treatments at additional charges. A scheduled shuttle service to Seminyak and Kuta is available.
Our villa had an outdoor bathroom (under roof) with a sunken bath and shower, and it was accessed from both the garden and the villa. In the living/dining area (also outside under roof) we had a simple kitchen with refrigerator, maxi bar and a seating area. The bedroom was air-conditioned, and we had flat screen television with integrated DVD system and satellite channels, IDD telephone, free Wi-Fi and safety box.
Breakfast was included and we got it served at our villa every morning between 07:30-11 at own choice. We could choose from 4 breakfast menus, and had to fill out a simple form every day for the breakfast the next morning. We can’t say how the other three menus were because we had the same every day. One would think you become tired of toast, eggs, potatoes, juice and fresh fruits every day, but it was oh so good.
There are no restaurants there but they can help you with other meals in your villa as well. They have a couple of restaurants you can order from. We didn’t try this as we went out to eat or had simple meals with bread we had bought at the store. We missed cutlery and plates, and found that a bit odd, but on the other hand we didn’t ask about it, and we had probably got some if we asked, but for us it was no need for that.
In addition to helping with meals, they may also help you with in-villa spa and massage treatments. We tried this once. Jon had a traditional massage while I had aromatherapy massage. The price was twice as expensive as the treatment we received at a spa in Kuta, but we kind of expected that, and it was still cheap for us. We paid 180.000 IDR (13USD) in-villa and 75.000IDR in Kuta.
The villa gets cleaned on a daily basis, and they refill the amenities too. We didn’t take any soft drinks/beer from the fridge as we bought whatever we wanted to drink at the nearest local store just a few minutes walk away (take left when you get out on the road and walk until you’ll get the shop on your left side – it’s a small one, but they got plenty of soft drinks, juice, water and beer and some other stuff). If you walk a bit further you’ll find shops with better selection.
We had villa number 5, which was located furthest from the road, and it was so nice, quiet and private, and we heard only farm animals now and then from the other side of the wall surrounding the villa. The staff used the doorbell before entering, and it’s also possible to lock the door in to the garden.
We’ve never stayed at a villa before, but we had to try it when we decided to go to Bali where it’s quite common to stay in villas. We absolutely loved our stay, and since this vacation was more about relaxing than exploring (we had two full days where we saw some of this beautiful island) it was perfect to have a private pool to cool down when relaxing in the sun.
The fact that the living area and bathroom was outdoors was only a plus for us! Who want to stay inside when it’s 28-32 all day long – day and night? We found it really pleasant to take a shower outside, with fresh air and comfortable temperatures.
Check out Baliprimevillas.com for more info and rates.