10 nights + stay

Oost Indes Seminyak Private Villa

start from US $ 520/night
6 Person
6 Staff

Description

The two-storey Javanese colonial-style sleeping pavilion is constructed of vintage teak, and wrapped in long shady verandas furnished with lazy chairs.  The owners have several art galleries in Bali, and the villa’s hand-picked antiques include stone statues of Hindu deities, wardrobes of teakwood, sumptuous silks, Oriental artwork and hand-crafted ceramics.  The living pavilion is itself an antique – a restored 100-year-old joglo (traditional wooden building) from Java that was once part of a nobleman’s house.  The swimming pool that surrounds it is fringed in tropical flowers and cascading vines, while the sprawling lawn beyond is bordered by ornamental trees, bamboos and palms.

Layout

Villa Oost Indies is entered via the living and dining joglo, which opens onto the pool and gardens beyond.  To the right is a two-storey sleeping pavilion with a bedroom on each floor and a bar on the lower floor.  The kitchen is adjacent and looks over a small courtyard.  The separate guest wing bedroom is above the kitchen, accessed by stairs at the end of a garden path.

Bedrooms

Situated on the upper and lower floors of the sleeping pavilion, and featuring private verandas, these two air-conditioned bedrooms (also fitted with ceiling fans) are identical in layout and design.  Both are furnished with four-poster king-sized beds, antiques, artwork and curios from Asia and equipped with.  Expansive walk-through dressing rooms lead to large bathrooms tiled in smooth Palimanan stone, with his and hers vanities, antique wash-stands, rain showers and bathtubs.  Private sitting rooms adjacent to the bedrooms are each furnished with a sofa (converts to a single bed), desk and second TV.

A third large air-conditioned bedroom is located in a separate wing at the back of the property reached via a courtyard garden and with a private deck.  Also equipped with LCD TV, DVD player and iPod dock, it is furnished with customised corner sofa, desk and king-sized bed that can be converted to twins.  A spacious combined dressing room/bathroom has antique wardrobe and monsoon shower.

Living Areas

A beautiful, century–old Javanese joglo (traditional teak house) creates an atmospheric living and indoor dining area at Villa Oost Indies.  The joglo is cooled by wooden ceiling fans and open on three sides to the lagoon-style pool that wraps around the building.  A circular dining table seats eight, and a wooden sofa and rattan planters chairs are positioned to overlook the pool and garden.

A teak-panelled bar nestles on the ground floor of the two-storey pavilion with five bar stools, a fridge and sink.  From here, a door leads through to a well-equipped kitchen with black granite counters, oven, coffee maker and stunning antique side board brimming with crockery, ceramics and vintage silver tea pots.

The villa’s eight-metre, lagoon-style pool flows around the joglo pavilion and is fringed by tropical plants at one end and an ancient frangipani at the other.  Beyond the pool lie manicured lawns bordered by tropical shrubs, bamboo and pandanus.  Four deck chairs stretch out below sunbrellas amidst the trees and a rustic outdoor bench table for eight is set in a shady grove.

Villa Features

Bedroom

  • Air conditioner
  • Ceiling Fan
  • King size bed
  • Queen size bed
  • Cable / satellite TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • DVD player
  • DVD Movies
  • iPod dock
  • Safe deposit box
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Bathtub
  • Bathrobe
  • Household supplies
  • Bottled Mineral water
  • Wardrobe

Living Room & Kitchen

  • Air conditioner
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Cable / satellite TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • DVD player
  • DVD Movies
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Stereo system
  • iPod dock
  • Cozy Sofa
  • Guest toilet
  • Refrigerator
  • Water dispenser
  • Microwave / stove
  • Coffee / tea maker
  • Kitchen utensil
  • Tableware / cutleries
  • Dining table
  • Mini bar

Others

  • Private swimming pool
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Sun bed
  • Pool Towel
  • Wi-Fi in public area
  • Parking area
  • BBQ facilities
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Power backup generator
  • Near the beach
  • Gym & Fitness Centre
  • Shops near villa
  • Spa & Massage
  • Cafe/coffee shop near villa
  • Fitness center
  • Kids club
  • Airport transfer
  • Breakfast
  • Housekeeping
  • Gardener
  • Pool maintenance
  • Concierge
  • 24 Hours Security
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Welcome drink
  • Fruit basket
  • Shuttle service
  • Cook / chef (free)

Available At Extra Cost

  • Additional Guest
  • Baby cot
  • Babysitting
  • Baby car seat
  • Pool fence
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Car Rental
  • Dry cleaning service
  • Extra bed
  • Laundry service
  • Scooter rental
  • Shuttle service
  • Spa/massage
  • Taxi service
  • Tours & Excursion
  • Wedding facility
  • Yoga & wellness
  • Horse riding
  • Rice field
  • Rice terrace
  • Elephant safari
  • Rafting
  • Painting village
  • Stone carving
  • Cycling
  • Mountain Trekking
  • Rice field trekking
  • Cooking class

Villa Rate

Period Season Minimum stay 3 Bedrooms
01 Sep to 15 Dec Low Season 2 Nights US$ 520
21 Aug to 31 Aug Low Season 3 Nights US$ 610
24 Jun to 20 Aug High Season 5 Nights US$ 690
16 Dec to 25 Dec High Season 5 Nights US$ 690
26 Dec to 02 Jan 2018 Peak Season 7 Nights US$ 895

Rate is subject to 15,5% tax and services and charge and included benefits:

  • Airport transfer and departure for all guest
  • Fresh welcome drink and fresh local fruits on arrival
  • Concierge
  • Fully staff

Location

Villa Oost Indies is located in Seminyak’s golden triangle.  The epicentre of Bali’s nightlife, this hip district is also home to exclusive resorts, cool beach clubs, buzzing bars, world-class restaurants and a plethora of designer boutiques, colourful homeware stores and lush spas.  The villa is set on a shady lane in an exclusive secure Laksmana Estate just a few hundred metres from Petitenget Beach and its ancient temple.  Some of the island’s most famous restaurants are just minutes walk from the villa, including La Lucciola, Ku De Ta, Teatro Gastroteque, and the charming Petitenget Restaurant & Bar.  A short taxi ride will bring you to all the boutiques of the Oberoi district, while The Village – Bali’s newest upmarket shopping mall – is just a five minute walk away.

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  • Bicycling
  • Transit