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6 Stunning Beachfront Villas in Bali (You Can Actually Afford)
A holiday on the beach doesn't have to cost a fortune!
Whether you’re looking for a romantic escape or some quality time with your nearest and dearest, booking your own private villa is absolutely the best way to enjoy the tropical island of Bali. The privacy that comes with a standalone property is complemented by private plunge pools, pavilions and airy living. Better still if your villa is on the coast as you get the added advantages of rolling surf and sea breezes right on your doorstep.
Beachfront villas in Bali can cost thousands of dollars per night, but if you know where to look you can pick up a stunning property for a fraction of that. Each of these stylish villas feature stunning architecture, interior décor and furnishings – just take a look at these Bali beauties that won’t break the bank!
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This collection of great villas enjoy the exotic black sand beachfront of Pantai Purnama in Gianyar, otherwise loosely translated as ‘Full Moon Beach’. Villas at The Royal Purnama range from intimate 78sqm one-bedroom options with a patio, garden and private pool, separate kitchenette, dining area, a partly open-air bathroom with bathtub and rain shower, to grander 130sqm four-bedroom units. The signature seaside dining venue, Standing Stones, is a sight to behold, with its use of impressive Stonehenge-like menhirs (hence its name) as part of its beachfront landscape. Read More...0
This collection of gorgeous private pool villas calls the exotic dark sand beach of Seseh in Bali’s southwest home. The villas are clad by the resort’s own lawns and gardens, and the expanses of a rural rice paddy countryside. Inspired wooden Indonesian architecture, fully equipped kitchen, a private pool overlooking the rolling surf and sunsets, and direct beach access will surely become a great part of your holiday memories. Read More...0
The coast of Keramas in Gianyar has a few fine villa resorts gracing its glistening dark sand coastline, and the Bali Diamond Villas shines with its collection of beachfront units that in choices of up to three-bedroom units. Each villa is fitted with modern amenities and a private pool with direct views over the tropical gardens and rolling surf. The quiet ambiance with only the sounds of the sea promise a truly relaxing stay. Read More...0
Escape to the lesser travelled Tabanan regency, where rice fields and coconut groves border long and quiet stretches of black sand. Villa Laut enjoys direct access to the remote and secluded coast of Pasut, with striking architecture and towering thatched roofs inspired by traditional ethnic Indonesian houses, but with modern amenities within. The overall combination makes for a truly romantic experience for couples and honeymooners. Read More...0
Pandawa is a fine villa complex with modern and luxurious units that enjoy direct access to the remotely located, dark sand beach of Ketewel, just north of Sanur. With only five luxury pool villa units within its collection, as a guest you are welcomed to a relaxing stay with personalised services, and great sea views right out of your villa. The villas’ overall modern design features floor-to-ceiling windows that open to your plunge pool, and vast views of the Indian Ocean in the background. Read More...0
This impressive beachfront lawn with coconut groves bordering its very secluded beachfront in Karangasem welcomes you to a romantic escape in the lesser travelled East Bali region. Villa Campuhan has different sets of villas, each inspired by ethnic Indonesian houses, with high ceilings and thick ironwood floorings. Couples will love the arty interiors, intimate spaces, and the private terraces and windows that open to the green foreground and blue horison. Read More...
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