Set amongst lush tropical gardens, the three bedroom Villa Adasa
is a haven for lounging and relaxation. Suspended above the 14-metre
green-stone-tiled swimming pool, a traditional bale provides the perfect
spot to while away the day. Its two king-sized daybeds are generously
adorned with cushions, ideal for a massage or a lunch or dinner for two.
Nearby, a private roof deck offers a tranquil sunbathing retreat or
quiet spot for yoga or meditation.
Designed in traditional Bali
style, Villa Adasa is located in the exclusive Laksmana enclave, in the
heart of vibrant Seminyak - just footsteps away from the Indian Ocean
and the stunning wide sandy beaches of Bali’s south-west coast.
prestigious gated estate is comprised of individual luxuriously
appointed private residences, situated in complete seclusion down a
private palm-fringed lane. Entry from the street is by way of a
traditional styled gatehouse with full 24-hour uniformed security.
About Villa Adasa
the cast bronze ‘mudra’ hands adorning the handsome entrance door to
the colourful batik cushions piled up on the poolside bale, Villa Adasa
delivers a mega-dose of style, right down to the smallest detail.
Alang-alang (thatch) and ironwood shingle roofs create spacious
interiors with vaulted ceilings supported on Palimanan stone walls
soaring above floors of terrazzo and teakwood. Bringing the Bali-style
influence bang up to date, Turkish rugs contrast with black and white
prints from the 30s, fossilised stone stools stand by side-tables made
from traditional offering plates, and the Sonos music system and Paras
stone fountains harmonise their melodies.
Gather in the huge
living pavilion for a convivial meal or seafood barbecue prepared by the
accomplished villa chef; retire to the double bale for a massage after a
dip in the 14-metre green-stone-tiled pool; retreat to the upper deck
for some sunbathing or yoga; enjoy sunset cocktails on the second level
master bedroom terrace - Villa Adasa offers a choice of places for
socialising as well as quiet time, and the glamorous master bedroom and
two guest suites are each sanctuaries in themselves.
as Villa Adasa’s style is its sensational location; the villa is
securely set in the exclusive Laksmana enclave moments away from the
Indian Ocean and the wide sandy beaches of Bali’s south-west coast. La
Lucciola, Potato Head, Ku De Ta and other iconic culinary and cocktail
landmarks are a short walk away.
Villa Adasa’s high-walled garden, three inter-connected buildings are
neatly arranged in a U shape around the pool. Furthest from the teakwood
entrance doors is the two-storey bedroom wing, with two guest bedrooms
opening onto the garden and a huge master suite occupying the entire
upper floor. To the right is the enormous open-sided living and dining
pavilion, looking across the pool to the large bale. Alongside, a
flat-roofed building houses the kitchen and staff quarters.
Master Bedroom Suite
master suite spreads out over the entire second level of the bedroom
wing. A king-size bed dressed with goosedown duvet and luxury linen sits
on a floor of polished teakwood enriched with Tibetan rugs under a
soaring vaulted roof. To one side is a study area with a wall of
wardrobes, a reading corner and HD TV and DVD player. Opposite is the
bathroom, with statement bathtub, walk-in shower and wide opening
perfectly framing the sacred Gunung Agung mountain on a clear day. A
private terrace runs the full length of the suite, where a built-in
daybed provides the perfect sunset spot.
two guest bedrooms look out over the pool, with sliding glass doors
opening onto the lawn. They both offer the flexibility of a king-size
bed that can be converted to twins, making them equally suitable for
children and friends as for couples. Each has a dressing area with
plenty of wardrobe space, and an imposing sandstone-lined bathroom with
soaring palms forming an indoor garden. With HD TVs and DVD players,
guests may retire to air-conditioned comfort to watch a movie of their
choice without fighting for the remote control.
massive 80-square-metre open-sided and fan-cooled living pavilion
features a traditional thatched roof, sandstone walls and an expanse of
terrazzo floor lined by a fishpond with antique stone water features on
one side, the pool wall on the other. Cream sofas covered with colourful
batik cushions create a comfortable seating area, while a handcrafted
teakwood dining table provides seating for eight in supremely
comfortable wicker armchairs.
Adjacent to the swimming pool, the
modern galley kitchen’s whitewashed shutters slide open to create a bar
of recycled teak, a favourite area for cocktails, a late breakfast, a
quiet lunch or snacks at any time. This wing also contains staff and
All your entertainment needs are catered for with a
wireless Sonos sound system accessible throughout the villa and a
large-screen HD TV.