From its elevated position in the old area of Canggu, the villa offers total luxury in stylish, private and very secure surroundings. Owned by the exquisite Hotel Tugu, guests at the villa can take full advantage of the hotel’s many amenities, including a wealth of dining options and spa treatments. The villa is located two kms from the hotel, and approximately 20 minutes drive from the popular tourist areas of Kuta and Legian, and less than 45 minutes from the international airport at Denpasar. Surrounded by 8000 m2 of private land, there are panoramic views of volcanoes, rice terraces and a nearby temple.
Access to the villa is via an impressive sunken grassed driveway lined with stone statues, and a parking area for up to 10 cars. Exceptionally spacious inside and out, the many amenities include a large free-form swimming pool and children’s pool, a private tennis court, a gymnasium/fitness room and a games room with snooker table and wet bar. The six air conditioned bedrooms all have queen-size teak 4-poster beds, ceiling fans, mosquito nets, TV, VCR and mini-fridge. There is an audio-visual system throughout the villa, with satellite channels and high speed internet access. The villa is fully staffed, but guests can choose to dine at the nearby Hotel Tugu.
The exceptional Hotel Tugu is owned by an Indonesian who has been collecting antiques since the early 1960s and the hotel is home to one of the largest original art collections in South East Asia. The main building, the Bale Agung, features distinctive architecture inspired by a secluded village in Central Bali, whereas some of the public areas are original hundreds-years-old structures moved in their entirety into the property. The suites are housed in individual buildings tucked in lush tropical gardens and natural lotus pond facing the Indian Ocean. Two of the most luxurious suites are dedicated to famous artists who lived in Bali: the Le Mayeur Villa, named after the Belgian painter, Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merprès, who made Bali his home in 1932, and the Walter Spies Pavilion, dedicated to the legendary artist Walter Spies, who had lived in Kampoeng Djojodipoeran in Jogjakarta between 1924 and 1927, and made a great contribution to Balinese art. Dining options at the Tugu Bali are numerous, from the gigantic entrance lobby, with subtly placed dining tables facing the gardens, to a romantic spot within the gardens, the quiet beach, or the private dining pavilion for two above the lotus pond, surrounded by nature, torch lights and candles. Villa guests can also visit the Waroeng Djamoe Spa at Hotel Tugu Bali, a wonderful experience, where authentic treatments from Java and Bali are used to pamper both body and mind.
Living area with CD, TV and VCR. Air conditioned games room. Separate kitchen, with breakfast bar, off the dining area. Office with internet access. 2 master bedroom suites, each with private balcony and marble bathroom with twin basins, and sunken bathtubs. 4 double bedrooms, sharing two marble bathrooms with showers. Fifth bathroom, off dining room hallway. Separate staff quarters and laundry area.
Hotel Tugu Bali 2 kms
Kuta and Legian both 20 minutes
Denpasar airport 45 minutes
Golf 3 world class golf courses within an hour’s drive.