Villa Atas Ombak, Indonesian for "Villa On The Waves", is directly located on the beach only a few kilometers north of Legian. Featuring breathtaking views of Bali's famous sunsets, the Villa was completed in mid-1995 and encompasses an acre and a half of garden area, with over 100 meters of beach frontage. It also includes a large swimming pool, a main building with three bedrooms, a large entertainment pavilion that functions as an open-air living room, and a separate guesthouse containing another two bedrooms. Located far enough away from the tourist crowds to ensure total privacy, this villa is still close enough to offer easy access to Bali's favorite shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
The main building houses a large open fronted living and dining
area decorated with antiques and exudes an aura of simplicity and style.
Its centerpiece is an antique dining room table capable of seating
twelve people in comfort. White terrazzo floors lead into the adjoining
sitting room and the air-conditioned master bedroom suite that is
dominated by an exotic canvas above the queen-sized bed. The master
suite also contains a large sunken bathtub, dressing area, open-air
bathroom, and access to a private plunge pool. Two additional bedrooms,
both with air conditioning, are located on the other side of the main
building, one on the ground floor and the second above, each with its
own terrace, dressing area, and open-air bathroom.
In an adjacent building, joined to the dining area by a narrow bridge over a small lotus pond, is the kitchen. Equipped to a restaurant-level caliber, the kitchen's facilities include a commercial stove, refrigerator, and an ice cream machine.
A separate guesthouse is situated off to one side of the property. Closer to the beach than the main building, it features two other air-conditioned bedrooms, both with large windows offering panoramic views, open-air bathrooms, and a small shared living area.
Directly in front of the main building and looking onto the beach and enormous marine-colored swimming pool, is a large covered pavilion, known in the local language as a bale, which is open on all sides. Constructed in traditional Balinese style with an intricately thatched roof and supported by four massive pillars, this bale provides an informal area in which to relax with a cocktail and enjoy the exceptional colours at sunset.
The manicured garden, featuring frangipani, palm trees, lotus ponds and stands of ginger lilies, also boasts three ancient temples dedicated to the favored Hindu gods. Amenities of the house include telephone and facsimile facilities, satellite television with video, full stereo system, and sufficient parking for up to five cars. Looked after by a large household staff, Villa Atas Ombak strives to cater for every whim or desire.
Considered one of Bali's most luxurious villas, and having achieved considerable editorial coverage in fashion and lifestyle publications, this house is very popular with clients from around the globe. From location fashion shoots in Marie Claire to articles on luxury accommodation in magazines such as Vogue, Villa Atas Ombak continues to define and represent the Bali Dream.
The Villa Atas Ombak is fully serviced by: A House manager, Six full-time cooks, Six maids, Six security guards, Six gardeners and pool attendants.
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