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$1,195 ++ per night
Individual Compound Villas in Bali
Villa Lataliana I
http://www.segway.fi/?kastoto=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-keine-auszahlung&f56=82 Complex of two private luxury Bali villas located just minutes from the beach and close to Seminyak’s popular Gado-Gado restaurant.
follow site Built on a large tree-lined plot, Lataliana comprises a charming two-bedroom villa featuring a traditional Balinese lumbung, and a majestic five-bedroom villa. Accessed from a private entrance off a quiet leafy street, the two villas enjoy first class service from an experienced team of staff, gourmet cuisine, extensive facilities and round the clock security.
dating site datum The comforts of a private home in one of the most stylish villa complexes in Bali and a range of services that allow individuals to tailor their own holidays, add to the allure of Lataliana. Warm, generous hospitality, the ultimate private getaway, a modern take on beautiful Balinese architecture and landscaping are what make this property a great one.
rencontre heraldique The two properties can be enjoyed independently or as an exclusive seven-bedroom holiday villa. Majestic Villa Lataliana I features covered walkways, terraces, ornamental ponds and secret gardens, offering private spaces that guests can escape to, complemented by an abundance of social areas for dining, relaxing and recreation. Characterised by white pillars, ironwood shingle roofs, sliding glass doors with teakwood frames, and a swimming pool that meanders through the centre of the flat velvety lawn, Villa Lataliana I oozes sophistication and contemporary charm harmonised with artistic flair, a touch of local history and more than a nod to Balinese Hindu culture.
rencontre 13-14 ans The villa’s sophistication spills across into the superb gourmet cuisine prepared and cooked by three excellent chefs, and the 24-hour, ‘Four Seasons’-trained butler service.
paginas para conocer gente chile This exceptional property blends stylish modern architecture with custom-made furnishings crafted from the century-old recycled timbers of a traditional Indonesian phinisi schooner. With its spacious rooms, large free-form swimming pool, historic joglo balé pavilion, dazzling designer chandeliers, soothing antique water features and high-tech facilities, Lataliana I is classy and chic. It also presents an abundance of space, making it the perfect venue for weddings.
All five of Lataliana’s bedrooms are equipped with air conditioning, ceiling fans, satellite-channel TVs and Blu-ray disc players. Each has its own unique character or colour scheme – ranging from gold to pink to turquoise – and each is elegantly furnished with beds, cabinets, and chests fashioned from the recycled wood of a traditional sailing boat. Four bedrooms feature king-size beds (two of which can be converted to twins) while the smallest bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed. The two master bedrooms have retractable mosquito nets around their beds. All five ensuite bathrooms are remarkably spacious; finished with non-slip acid marble floors, and fitted with twin washbasins, soaking tubs, and monsoon showers that are open to the sky in private walled courtyards or gardens. Even the old ship’s rum barrels have been used to create the vanity units in one of the bathrooms.
bekanntschaften im raum nürtingen Living room
The large living room has glass doors at both the front and the back that can be opened for cross ventilation or closed for air-conditioned comfort (ceiling fans are also an option). This elegant room is furnished with a baby grand piano, an Oriental rug, and segmented sofas and modern daybeds big enough to accommodate ten people. Soaring above the terrazzo floor is a pitched roof with a skylight at its pinnacle which channels sunlight or moonlight into the room and highlights a spectacular chandelier reminiscent of a bunch of gold ribbons. The gold theme is carried through to a fountain ornamenting the pond that lies just beyond this room. The living room is perfect for entertaining as it opens to a broad covered terrace running the length of the building, just a step or two above the pool deck.
Connected to the living room is an air-conditioned home theatre room with Bose surround sound and a 51-inch flat-screen satellite-channel TV and Blu-ray disc player, complemented by a library of 1000 DVDs. The room is furnished with three comfortable sofas, two of which are customised chaise longues, each big enough for two, plus a large daybed-type-sofa big enough for at least four, all are crafted from the recycled wood of an old phinisi boat. Fitted shelves on one wall are filled with books while glass doors open to the covered terrace at the front.
Open on three sides to the pool deck, the dining pavilion features a terrazzo floor and stone pillars supporting a vaulted wood-lined roof. Cooled by natural breezes and four ceiling fans, it is furnished with a solid wood table seating 16 and a sideboard. A guest wash room also leads off the dining pavilion, and to one side is a pond which carries the sound of water in motion as it cascades over a traditional wooden mortar that was originally used for threshing rice.
The villa’s commercial kitchen, professionally equipped with stainless steel appliances, is conveniently situated behind the dining pavilion and is for the sole use of Lataliana’s three chefs. However in addition to this is a small kitchenette designated for guest use which is positioned next to the bedrooms towards the back of the property, and equipped with a kettle, coffee maker, toaster and fridge.
The 25-metre free-form swimming pool features comfortable lounging shelves at two ends and a bubbling water feature crafted from an old millstone. Three ancient frangipani trees have been transplanted around the pool deck, together with a unique relaxation gazebo – actually a traditional, Indonesian, grass-roofed cowshed, which presents an unusual twist on the more-familiar form of balépavilion. At the head of the pool, presiding over the garden is a second balé, featuring the ornately-carved core of an antique timber joglo building from Java, complete with a typical trapezium-shaped roof. This multipurpose structure can be used as a wedding pavilion, a bar area with a portable bar, or a dining venue with a removable awning that extends to the four corners of the raised deck. To one side of this is a gamelan of smiling musicians depicted in white stone.
|Number of Bedroom||:||5|
|Low Season / night||:||USD 1095++|
|High Season / night||:||USD 1395++|
|Peak Season / night||:||USD 1595++|