Finding Balance in Bali

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Ayana has oceanview villa pools that are totally private and are just moments from the beach.
Ayana has oceanview villa pools that are totally private and are just moments from the beach.

The Villas at Ayana Resort Bali, located right above Jimbaran Bay, just got more romantic and relaxing. The resort has just renovated 24 of its Ocean View Pool Villas. Each villa aims to uphold the Balinese philosophy of “Tri Hita Karana” or a sense of “place.” Guests will definitely find their “place” among the floral gardens, koi ponds and bridges that surround the villas, creating total privacy.

Each of the Ocean View Pool Villas received updated living areas. The interior space was increased by 15 percent, bringing each villa to a roomy 3,200 square feet of indoor-outdoor space. The bathrooms, with Roman-style fixtures, also got additional square feet added — think 50 percent more space — and a new all-glass wall lets natural light pour into the shower.

The villas received other touches like new air-conditioning units, more indoor-outdoor furniture for entertaining and new landscaping around the private plunge pools. The plunge pools create the perfect early morning alternative to the beach, and a floating breakfast can be served in the pool.

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Butlers and assistants are available to help facilitate the needs of all guests during their stay.

Luxury travel advisors should contact Gede Putu Suta ([email protected]), villa manager, for more information.

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