New Villas at Viceroy Bali

Deluxe Terrace Villa, Viceroy Bali

 


Last month, the Viceroy Bali unveiled 14 new villas to join the resort’s existing 11, all overlooking central Bali’s Valley of the Kings. We hear the new villas come with a private pool, a living room with sectional sofa, king-sized bed, 47-inch TV, iPod docking station and balé, or a small pavilion, overlooking the pool. Note: Families in tow? Two of these deluxe terrace villas can be connected to form one large one.

Nice Touch: To ensure that the new batch of villas is as regal as the original, the resort has appointed a dedicated guest service manager, Jonathan Sweeney-Lowe. Whether guests are looking for a visit via on-call shuttle to the heart of artsy Ubud or via helicopter to Bali’s natural sites, a treatment at the Lembah Spa or reservations at Cascades restaurant, Sweeney-Lowe is on hand to carry out every detail.

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Looking for a side trip? Ubud is Bali’s center for arts, culture, yoga and nature. We hear one of the highlights of this central city is the Ubud Monkey Forest, which houses a temple and approximately 340 macaque monkeys. A trip to the home of Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati, the last “king” of Ubud is also a must. His home now stages dance performances in its courtyard and is one the oldest hotels on the island.

Want more news? We hear that a tennis facility and new yoga pavilion are coming soon.
Viceroy Bali is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection. The property is well known among elite and discerning travelers for its restaurant and spa as well as discreet service and on-site helipad.

Luxury travel advisors can contact General Manager Anthony Syrowatka ([email protected]; 011-62-361-971-777).

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