Villa Alea is a cluster of about three pavilions that showcase traditional Balinese architecture, as evidenced by the unmistakable Joglo style roofs. The interiors are furnished with a mix of weathered wood and stylish, contemporary furnishings. Villa Alea is located in the heart of Kerobokan's legendary rice terraces, offers a laid-back and truly satisfying vacation.Show More >
Two living areas of Villa Alea are located in the breezy, semi-open and high-ceilinged main pavilion. The indoor living area is draped and arranged under a tall arch in the center of this spacious pavilion. While the alfresco living area is set up on the pavilion's covered terrace. You can all gather for lively conversation around the large couches, as well as the cushioned, wooden benches and wood woven chairs. The dining area which takes up nearly half of the main pavilion's space can comfortably seat up to eight people. Here, you can all savor authentic and appetizing Balinese cuisine - as well as your most-requested comfort food - expertly prepared by the onsite chef at the fully-equipped, modern kitchen which occupies another section of this pavilion just behind the dining area.
The 15-meter swimming pool is the focal point of Villa Alea. Leap into its inviting, crystal-clear waters for some aimless wading. Alternatively, drag everyone in for some splashy fun and games. On the poolside wooden deck, you can relax on cushioned, wooden pool beds that are covered by a large umbrella or lie on the wide and soft mattress just under the shade of the bale a few steps away from the swimming pool.
The master suite is located in a private stand alone pavilion and overlooks the pool and rice fields. The room also has cabinets, drawers and a comfortable armchair at a corner. The enjoining private en suite bathroom is super stylish and luxurious, decorated with elegant contemporary lamps and fittings. The four guest bedrooms are housed in a separate double story pavilion and two of the rooms are on the second floor.< Show Less