Bedrooms : 4 Luxury;
Designed as a holiday home for the family themselves, this 4-bedroom villa has an amazingly central location in Seminyak, tucked away in a discreet luxurious complex less than 300 metres from the beach. While Seminyak is known for its international restaurants, chic boutiques and glittering nightlife, Villa Aliya’s location on a dead-end road with no traffic, surrounded by expansive tropical landscaped gardens makes it an oasis of calm in the middle of Seminyak’s bustle. Staying at Villa Aliya means you never have to get into a car if you don’t want to – the beach, some of the best known restaurants in Bali, great shops and bars are all within walking distance. Given that the villa itself was created as a holiday home for the family, with all creature comforts and much tasteful attention to detail, you might never even want to venture far beyond it.
Generously laid out on over 600 sqm and two levels, Villa Aliya has a light, contemporary style rounded off by carefully selected Indonesian antiques and ethnic accent pieces providing local timbre.
The Villa has generous open living spaces flowing into each other that were designed to catch a breeze and allow you to enjoy the best of tropical living. The property features 4 air-conditioned bedrooms with modern en-suite bathrooms, a contemporary fitted kitchen with all appliances, two separate open dining areas, a large comfortable living room, a generous open lounge or bar area and a small office space.
A state of the art Bose sound system can be controlled remotely from the living room, the pool and the dining area. Wireless Internet is provided throughout the premises. A large beautifully landscaped garden doubles the property’s size and is ideal for private events or celebrations with children.
Jim Thompson, Ralph Lauren and Tommy Bahama fabrics were used to create a fresh blue and white colour scheme through out the ground floor, and a tasteful tropical green scheme on the second floor. They were combined with carefully selected Indonesian antiques, iconic designs such as McGuire Rattan sets and modern functional furniture pieces to create tasteful and comfortable living spaces.
Special attention was paid to making sure Villa Aliya is ‘kids friendly’ while at the same time allowing parents a maximum of privacy. The comfortable entertainment room that easily converts into a fourth bedroom provides children with their own space to be in while parents can relax in the bar area next door.
The pool area was designed to have no ‘dead corners’ and non-slipping finishes such as roughened granite floors and wooden patios around the pool
provide additional safety.
Resin lamps used throughout much of the house not only provide a lovely warm light, but are safer than traditional glass lamps when it comes to being blown over by the wind or by children.
An environmentally friendly solar system provides hot water throughout the property, gray water from the house is recycled for use in the garden, and the
pool is based on an ionized system that is not only good to the environment with its reduced need for chlorine but is great for your skin too.
Villa Aliya even has its own personally designed spa products, with a fresh and nurturing fragrance combining lemongrass, ginger and cucumber for Villa Aliya handwash and bodywash. Additional products from Republic of Soap’s green tea and lavender/oatmeal line make sure you feel pampered in every way during your stay.
A striking eye-catcher in the living room is the living back wall filled with ferns, stag horns and orchids.
This is a clever re-interpretation of an old Dutch room design where air slits close to the ceiling facilitate air flow through the room. The living wall provides a colourful green backdrop for comfortable oversized white Sunbrella sofas decorated with Ralph Lauren cushions in blue and white, and a beautiful McGuire rattan set. Old Balinese wooden house columns were converted into decorative standing lamps. The living room opens up to the pool and has a view of the dining pavilion on the other side.
A separate room at the back was set up as a small office with a computer and printer and a high speed internet connection to make sure that you can stay in touch with the world if you want to. However wireless Internet is available throughout the premises should you wish to keep in touch on your laptop.
The large friendly kitchen continues the blue and white colour scheme created for the downstairs living areas in a modern interpretation of old Dutch colonial style, with replicas of old tiles adding the finishing touch.
Every cook will enjoy the well thought out layout and the state of the art appliances, including a generously sized fridge and a wine cooler.
Villa Aliya has 4 air-conditioned bedrooms. The villa was designed so that two couples can comfortably share it at the same time; the two master bedrooms are both on the ground level and are of a similar general setup with generous en-suite bathrooms.
Each bedroom features Bose ipod speakers, a 32-inch flat screen TV, ceiling fans and generous wooden wardrobes or walking wardrobes with safety deposit boxes and plenty of storage space.
The first master bedroom has a view of the pool, a large water feature and the garden beyond. The centre of the room is a romantic antique four-poster king-sized bed wrapped in voile. The bedroom also includes a small desk area and a daybed.
The second master bedroom features an antique Javanese bed made of carved old teak wood that was turned into a tasteful headpiece for the king-sized bed. A reading area with a pair of old Javanese wicker chairs complete
the room. The room is located on the other side of the living area and the pool from the first master bedroom to maximize privacy.
The third bedroom is located upstairs and has two striking queen sized single beds made of old carved Madura benches. French doors lining the entire length of the room open onto a private balcony with a view of the pool, the landscaped gardens beyond and the outside dining area.
Entertainment Room / Fourth Bedroom
The fourth bedroom is a large lounge space that serves as an entertainment room during the day, with lots of colourful Jim Thompson cushions and mattresses for casual lounging and afternoon naps. The latest 50-inch flat screen TV and a Bose sound system provide high quality entertainment. A card table is also available for more hands-on fun.
Trundle beds built into the lounge area allow the room to be converted into a bedroom within moments; thereby making it especially suited for children. This room was conceived to provide children with their own safe, fun space – giving their parents a chance to relax on their holiday as well.
All bathrooms were designed in a tasteful ‘beachy’ theme contrasting cream coloured granite with antique woods.
Bathrooms all feature two sinks, and the en-suite bathrooms to the 3 main bedrooms have large eggshell bathtubs in addition to open air showers. Antique Jepara wooden carvings from Java were used to create striking mirror frames.
The bathroom furniture was made from old recycled teak, thereby not only using beautifully aged hardwood but continuing the environmentally friendly theme of Villa Aliya.
Upstairs Lounge / Bar Area
Open on three sides to wonderful views of landscaped gardens and traditional Balinese thatched roofs, the upstairs Bar area almost always catches a breeze from the ocean.
Colourful prints of old drink advertisements decorate the back of the bar area, while comfortable sea grass bar stools invite hanging out at the bar.
Large day beds covered in bright Sunbrella and Tommy Bahama materials provide additional comfortable spaces to lounge. Beautifully hand crafted rattan fans hand enhance the feeling of tropical living.
A specially designed resin chandelier above the bar creates warm, intimate lighting, while a Bose sound system provides high quality musical entertainment. This room is guaranteed to become one of your favourite spaces in Villa Aliya.
Villa Aliya has two dining areas. The first is a breakfast area made of large wooden benches and a solid table set between the kitchen and the living room. Colourful cushions and specially commissioned modern art completes this space’s fun and casual look.
The second dining space is located in a separate Balinese pavilion or Bale across the pool with 10 comfortable rattan chairs and a large wooden table. Old Balinese house columns were turned into tasteful standing lamps, and a Bose system provides discreet musical ambience. This area has a view of the pool, the main house and the garden.
Garden and Pool
At the centre of the grounds and thereby the house lies a large ionized lap pool of 14 x 4meters with a waterfall feature at the end.
Double sun lounges on the wooden deck alongside the pool are perfect for enjoying the sun with large frangipani trees providing shade.
A small raised Bale next to the dining area with a view of the garden serves as an additional resting space next to the pool and is ideal for getting a relaxing massage or afternoon reading.
The landscaped garden beyond the pool covers half the property and was designed by Anto Kusnanto. Its generous space is perfect for private functions or children having fun.
Each of Villa Aliya’s four bedrooms can comfortably accommodate a maximum of two guests per room. The villa’s nightly tariff represents the cost per night for a party of no more than eight guests.
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|Bedrooms||Season||Rates||Tax & Service|
|4 Bedrooms||Low Season||$ 840||15.5%|
|4 Bedrooms||High Season||$ 965||15.5%|
|4 Bedrooms||Peak Season||$ 1290||15.5%|
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Villa Aliya seasons are defined as follows:
Low Season = 2 nights
High Season = 5 nights
Peak Season = 7 nights