Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Villa Baja: Ocean View Luxury

Parched on a cliff in the Jimbaran Hills of Bali, Villa Baja offers you Luxury accomodation with an Unobstructed view of Jimbaran Bay and the Mountains and Volcanoes of East Java and North Bali. As you watch, the far distance, the Worlds Leading Airlines taking off and landing during Sunset at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.

Decorated throughout with Antique Furniture, hand-carved, Architectural elements and Doors. The Antique Floor tiles were rescued from 150 year old buildings in Java.
It’s as though you have stepped back in time and are living in a Palace in Central Java and gazing out your Personal Paradise of Bali!

Villa Baja has three en-suite Bedrooms, each one comes with a walk-in closet and private dressing area. Spacious Bathrooms with Large Bath tubs and First-class, Spa Showers will pamper you after a hot day of sightseeing.
java room
There is also an Antique Lumbung (Rice Barn) From Lombok that has been Renovated with a Loft Bedroom. Suitable for kids or An adult couple as an Extra Bedroom, The view from the Deck of the Lumbung has The Best ocean View in Bali.

1 Room USD 200 nett/night
2 Room USD 250 nett/night
3 Room USD 300 nett/night
Monthly USD 7.000 net/monthly
• 21 % Government tax
• Welcome drink and cold towel upon arrival • Daily American Breakfast
• Price are nett
To Make your stay complete, as The Sun Sets on the Volcanoes of East Java and Bali. Villa Baja offers service with Uniformed staff who will see to your every need all day long and into the evening.
Jl. Raya Uluwatu I No.1
Tegeh Sari Jimbaran
Kuta – Bali
Book online : Click here


watsonrodrig said...

BALI island is the ultimate get-way holiday for tourist from all corners of the globe.All the villas have special quality of style, comfort and tropical luxury.The residences are tastefully appointed and come fully staffed.Also they take special personal attention to all guests.
bali travel

Claudia said...

Beautiful place!


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