Two treasures in Bali, Island of the Gods

 

If you’re looking for somewhere to truly relax, then spare a thought for Bali and the luxurious accommodation on offer from Tjendana Villas – a collection of six unique properties, all finished to a high standard. Among the group is The Club Villas in the heart of Seminyak, combining Balinese living with modern touches, and Lembongan Beach Club & Resort on nearby Nusa Lembongan.

The Club Villas, Seminyak

Despite a central location at Jalan Kayu Aya (Oberoi) and close proximity to Ngurah Rai International Airport (just 20 minutes’ drive), this resort has an incredibly tranquil atmosphere. Lying in an upscale area, it can accommodate couples, families or groups, and consists of 34 pool villas (one bedroom, one bedroom honeymoon, two bedroom, family two bedroom and family three bedroom) with a distinct Balinese feel, yet every modern comfort you might expect.

Club Villa private pool villa

Here you are within walking distance of many restaurants but, if you prefer, you can opt for an in-villa barbecue or a special, romantic dinner, perfect for honeymooners. As well as there being nearby restaurants, beaches, bars and shopping are also all within easy reach.

Club Villa honeymoon villa

A communal pool, spa facilities and free WiFi are just some of the amenities that are available on site to ensure you have every comfort at your fingertips and are assured a peaceful getaway.

Lembongan Beach Club & Resort

An alternative option available from Tjendana Villas lies just 30 minutes off the east coast of Bali, on Nusa Lembongan Island – one of the best small islands to visit around Bali. The Lembongan Beach Club & Resort, despite being on a different island, is surprisingly easy to get to, courtesy of an Equator Fast Cruise speedboat from Sanur Beach or Serangan Island.

Lembongan infinity pool

The resort is set on a sandy beach overlooking beautiful, clear, azure waters. You’ll be welcomed by friendly, cheerful and dedicated staff as you check in to your villa, with a choice of one bedroom garden or private pool villas, or two bedroom private pool villas – designed with natural materials but a unique Balinese style.

Lembongan room

There’s an on-site restaurant offering a good range of Indonesian dishes and with fabulous views out to sea, as well as a spa offering a range of treatments using local sourced and 100% organic materials from both land and sea. Day beds around the resort’s infinity pool are great for relaxing and offer a perfect spot from which to watch the sun set. A must-experience while waiting for the golden sunset is sipping fresh cocktail on Sunset Cruise deck by Tjendana which will take you around Lembongan on an exquisite dusk.

Lembongan food

There’s lots to see and do also, whether it be a mangrove tour, trying your hand at a stand-up paddle board, canoeing, snorkelling at Mangrove Point, diving or surfing. Should you wish to explore further afield, you can hire a scooter to discover your own dream beach elsewhere on the island.

Both these properties are available through Tjendana Villas, along with Dampati Villa (Sanur), Kunti Villa (Seminyak), Nirwana Resort & Spa (Candidasa) and Tjendana Villa Nusa Dua (South Kuta).

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  1. Lash says:

    Hi Paul,

    Both these villas look amazing and in true Bali-lux style.

    Bali has so very many gorgeous villas & resorts, especially in the luxury category. And as so many new ones are always cropping up, it’s hard to keep track of them all! This is my 1st time to hear about these particular villas.

    I’ll have to go check them out when I get to Bali next month for a 1-month stint. Please let me know if there are any other new places I should check out.

    cheers, Lash

  2. Paul I like Lash am heading to Bali. We’ll be there on February 4th. Me and my wife are doing a 4 month house sit at a luxury home located in Jimbaran but we may pop out to a hotel here and there to experience more of the island, and to embrace the surrounding islands too.

    Seminyak’s a real gem. Convenience mixed with luxury and beauty. Love the town.

    Thanks for the inspiring images!

    Ryan

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