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 Villa Asta

A 5 Bedroom Villa, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia from USD 842 ++ per night

Villa Asta is a fully staffed five-bedroom residence an easy walk from Batubelig Beach on Bali’s south-west coast, and a five-minute drive from Seminyak. With a spectacular free-form swimming pool, a large plunge pool, massive games room, TV room, and membership of the Canggu Club, Villa Asta is perfect for active families or groups of friends who seek R&R with lots of entertainment options in a sociable environment with space and plenty of privacy.

If you were to create a wish list for your ideal villa vacation, there’s a good chance that Villa Asta will tick all your boxes – and some more. A 10-minute walk from Batubelig Beach on Bali’s south western coast, this five bedroom villa is a top choice for groups of friends and families with kids of all ages.

The huge free-form swimming pool curving through the centre of the villa grounds is the natural focus; its swim-through waterfall, circular overlapping sun-deck and 4-metre high bale-in-the-sky dive platform guarantees hours of fun – and all in view of the open-sided living and dining pavilions that spill onto the poolside terrace in a perfect example of Bali-influenced tropical living. An enormous second level rice-field-view games room provides more entertainment in the form of a pool table, table tennis, home theatre, computer and library of board games overlooking the villa’s own badminton/volleyball lawn. There’s also a TV room with movie library and a second computer for guest use.

The configuration of bedrooms gives an unusual level of flexibility. On the ground floor of the games pavilion, the three guest bedrooms are designed for flexible living; each has twins that convert to a king, with a pair of trundle beds underneath – perfect for 6 adults or up to 12 youngsters. Parents can retreat to the master pavilion the other side of the pool, where they enjoy the privacy of two master bedrooms and a plunge pool.
The dining and living pavilions provide the social heart of Villa Asta – guests converge on the enormous 12-to-18 seat dining table for gourmet meals prepared by the villa chef and served by butlers who are on call 24/7. With such cosseting, there’s little need to leave the villa. But for those who want to venture out, Batubelig Beach is a ten-minute walk away (closer if you take the villa bicycles). And a driver and car is available for an additional cost to take guests to the acclaimed restaurants and bars of Seminyak, to the Canggu Club (where they enjoy complimentary membership), or further afield on a day’s sight-seeing tour of the island.

One of the greatest advantages of staying in a villa is the personalised service provided by dedicated staff. Villa Asta’s staff have been professionally trained and will do their utmost to please with their warm and friendly Balinese hospitality.

 
FEATURES AND AMENITIES

  • Location: Batubelig, Seminyak, south-west Bali, Indonesia.
  • Capacity: 10 people (5 ensuite bedrooms, 2 with king-size beds, 3 with twins convertible to kings).  All twin bedded rooms have trundle beds for a total of 6 kids; 2 extra beds may be set up on guest request (additional charge applies after 10 guests).
  • Living areas: Open-sided living pavilion; open-sided dining pavilion with table for 14; air-conditioned TV room; games room; poolside balé.
  • Pool: Main pool 18.5m x 6m; plunge pool 12m x 3.8m.
  • Staff: Villa manager; chef, cook; 24-hour butler service; gardener; security. Masseuse and babysitters available on request (extra charge).
  • Dining: A priced menu of Asian and Western cuisine. Requests accommodated (including special diets).
  • Communication: WiFi internet access; local telephone calls (international calls charged to guests); 2 computers with printer.
  • Entertainment: Satellite-channel TV; DVD players and DVD library; CD players and CD library; iPod docks; integrated sound system; magazines; book selection; board games and toys.
  • Sports: Pool table; table tennis; badminton and volleyball court and equipment; 4 bicycles.
  • For families: Villa Asta is exceptionally well equipped for families. Facilities include high chairs, baby cots, and playpen with toys.
  • Spa: On request, treatments selected from a comprehensive spa menu can be carried out by professional beauty therapists in the privacy of the villa (extra costs apply).
  • Transport: A car and driver is available at a special rate of US$ 25++ for up to eight hours a day excluding petrol. Extra hours additional.
  • Events: Events for up to 80 people (50 sitting) can be held within the villa’s spacious gardens.
  • Additional facilities: Barbecue; in-room safes; generator back-up; massage beds; guest membership of the Canggu Club.
  • Property area: 868sqm (villa). 2,000sqm (land).

The Layout

INDOOR LIVING
– Open-sided alang-alang (thatched) living pavilion with two seating areas and steps to the pool
– Open-sided dining pavilion with koi pond on two sides, and table for 10 (extending to accommodate 18)
– Well equipped open plan kitchen attached to the dining pavilion, with marble bar counter and five bar chairs; staff service kitchen behind
– Outdoor barbecue grill
– Air-conditioned TV room/study with 47-inch TV and DVD player, a library of movies, books and games, and a computer and printer with scanner, copier and card reader
– Massive open-sided games room taking up the entire second level of the guest wing, with pool table, table tennis, satellite 52-inch TV and DVD player, computer, kitchenette and shower room
– Two iPod docks connected to a sound system linked to speakers in the living, dining and games area

OUTDOOR LIVING
– Extraordinary free-form swimming pool with waterfall feature and 4m deep end
– Bale raised high on stilts for rice-terrace views also serves as a dive platform for the pool
– Plunge pool running the length of the master bedroom wing, with water spouts and shallow ends
– Circular ironwood deck hovering over the side of the pool, with four sunbeds and an umbrella
– Separate sun deck with loungers and umbrella by the koi pond
– Badminton court lawn shaded by mature trees
– Guest membership to the Canggu Club, which has tennis courts, air-conditioned squash courts, gym etc.

 

2 MASTER SUITES

The master pavilion houses two air-conditioned bedrooms complete with ensuite bathrooms, a sun terrace and a fabulous 12-metre plunge pool with water spouts. Both bedrooms are tastefully decorated with bold colours, rich fabrics, bright scatter cushions, and local artwork and artefacts. In each, a canopied four-poster king-size bed sits under a soaring thatched roof, while an extra-long window seat provides a peaceful place to relax with a book or watch the 29-inch plasma TV. Beyond sliding glass doors are private garden bathrooms, dominated by splendid over-sized, marble bathtubs sheltered from the elements by the eaves of the roof. Doors in the garden walls lead to the plunge pool, neatly avoiding the need to walk through the bedrooms.

– Two master bedroom suites in separate master pavilion
– Plunge pool and poolside terraces
– Four-poster king-size beds
– Walk-in wardrobes with dressing tables
– Window seats looking out over the garden
– 32-inch satelite TVs and DVD players
– Garden bathrooms with statement marble bathtub, separate rainshower and an exterior door leading directly to the plunge pool

3 GUEST BEDROOMS

Three guest bedroom suites occupy the ground floor of the entertainment pavilion at the far end of the garden. Accessed by sliding glass doors from a colonnaded terrace, these air-conditioned rooms have twin beds that can convert to a king, with two roll away beds tucked under. Each has the convenience of a walk-in wardrobe, and an ensuite garden bathroom with walk-in shower looking onto a traditional ’mandi’ – an urn fed by a waterspout.

– Three air-conditioned bedrooms on ground floor of the guest pavilion
– King-size beds (converting to twins) with two trundle beds underneath for extra guests
– Walk-in wardrobe with dressing table
– Ensuite garden bathrooms with wetroom shower

 

LOCATION:
Villa Asta is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Batubelig Beach on Bali’s south-western coast. A mere five-minute walk from the villa, Hog Wild in Bali serves its famed ribs and martinis acclaimed by celebrity gourmet chef Anthony Bourdain. Seminyak, with its wide choice of internationally-renowned restaurants including Metis, Sardine, Sarong, La Lucciola and Ku De Ta is a short drive away, as is the Canggu Club where guests enjoy complimentary membership.

 

Rates:

This villa comes with every conceivable luxury.
Enjoy the exclusive use of the whole villa, its private swimming pool and unlimited WiFi and the flawless service of its team of staff, including the villa manager, personal chef, villa attendants, butlers and security.

Period Price per night (USD) 10+ nights (USD) Min stay
27 Jan  to 04 Feb 1,400 ++ 1,260 ++ 5 nights
05 Feb to 31 Mar 990 ++ 842 ++ 2 nights
01 Apr  to 12 Apr 1,195 ++ 1,016 ++ 2 nights
13 Apr  to 17 Apr 1,400 ++ 1,260 ++ 5 nights
18 Apr  to 27 Apr 990 ++ 842 ++ 2 nights
28 Apr  to 01 May 1,400 ++ 1,260 ++ 5 nights
02 May  to 15 Jun 990 ++ 842 ++ 2 nights
16 Jun  to 23 Jun 1,195 ++ 1,016 ++ 2 nights
24 Jun  to 20 Aug 1,400 ++ 1,260 ++ 5 nights
21 Aug  to 31 Aug 1,195 ++ 1,016 ++ 2 nights
01 Sep  to 14 Dec 990 ++ 842 ++ 2 nights
15 Dec to 25 Dec 1,400 ++ 1,260 ++ 5 nights
26 Dec  to 02 Jan 1,850 ++ 1,758 ++ 7 nights
++ Villa rates are subject to 15.5% service charge, taxes, etc

 

 

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

12:00

Facilities

  • Baggage storage
  • Butler Service
  • Catering service
  • Children facilities
  • Dining room
  • Free Airport Transfer
  • Free WiFi / Internet
  • Garden
  • Gazebo
  • In room: Free toiletries
  • In room: Hairdryer
  • In room: Minibar
  • In room: Safety Deposit Box
  • In room: TV
  • Laundry service
  • Outdoor pool
  • Private kitchen
  • Shops
  • Sun chairs
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Tour arrangement
  • Wake up service

Facilities & Facts

Capacity: 10 people (5 ensuite bedrooms, 2 with king-size beds, 3 with twins convertible to kings). All twin bedded rooms have trundle beds for a total of 6 kids; 2 extra beds may be set up on guest request (additional charge applies after 10 guests). Living areas: Open-sided living pavilion; open-sided dining pavilion with table for 14; air-conditioned TV room; games room; poolside balé. Pool: Main pool 18.5m x 6m; plunge pool 12m x 3.8m. Staff: Villa manager; chef, cook; 24-hour butler service; gardener; security. Masseuse and babysitters available on request (extra charge). Dining: A priced menu of Asian and Western cuisine. Requests accommodated (including special diets). Communication: WiFi internet access; local telephone calls (international calls charged to guests); 2 computers with printer. Entertainment: Satellite-channel TV; DVD players and DVD library; CD players and CD library; iPod docks; integrated sound system; magazines; book selection; board games and toys. Sports: Pool table; table tennis; badminton and volleyball court and equipment; 4 bicycles. For families: Villa Asta is exceptionally well equipped for families. Facilities include high chairs, baby cots, and playpen with toys. Spa: On request, treatments selected from a comprehensive spa menu can be carried out by professional beauty therapists in the privacy of the villa (extra costs apply). Transport: A car and driver is available at a special rate of US$ 25++ for up to eight hours a day excluding petrol. Extra hours additional. Events: Events for up to 80 people (50 sitting) can be held within the villa’s spacious gardens.
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Accommodation review scores and score breakdown

10 / 10

Based on 1 reviews

Guest reviews are written by our customers after their stay at Villa Asta.

Location
10   
Facilities & Activities
10   
Comfort
10   
Rooms
10   
Sleep quality
10   
Cleanliness
10   
Food & Beverage
10   

Guest reviews

  • Joerg
    2017-02-03

    Great and spacious villa, we love to stay in Villa Asta. Staff was amaizing. Good food.

    The pool was a bit to cold in September.

Seminyak

Seminyak

Seminyak

Located at the northern end of Legian, Seminyak is Bali’s most stylish and cosmopolitan beach resort. It combines a little urban chic with a vibrant European style atmosphere and attracts affluent package tourists and a constant flow of trendy clubbers.  Seminyak is Bali’s most fashionable area, home to among the island’s luxurious resorts and host to a number of fine restaurants and boutiques. Fashion stores and top dining spots with international chefs cooking up world-class cuisine line the streets, from Jalan Petitenget to Jalan Kayu Aya.

Seminyak’s Petitenget Beach offers a more secluded ambiance compared to its sister strands of Kuta and Legian to the south. However, after sunset a livelier nightlife scene takes over.
Chic hotels such as the W Retreat & Spa, or premier dining and entertainment venues such as Ku De Ta and the Potato Head Beach Club, have all garnered an international following.

Seminyak Beach offers a more refined resort feel compared to its neighbouring areas of Kuta and Legian, home to among the island’s best dining, nightlife and entertainment venues. Seminyak outshines the two as the island’s most prized beach resort area. Undercurrents are usually strong, and surfing is mostly for the advanced. Other activities to be had along the coast include horseback riding that starts from the Umalas stables in Canggu in the north, down to Seminyak’s Petitenget coast and Legian’s Blue Ocean Beach area. Seminyak sunsets are not to be missed, best enjoyed while chilling out with friends around the glitzy poolsides of the WooBar at the W Resort Bali, or down on the beachfront lawns of Ku De Ta or the Potato Head Beach Club.

It is hard to imagine that only ten years ago this was a distinctly separate village, and something of a backwater. Development has occurred at an astonishing pace, and as well as absorbing all green space which formerly separated Seminyak from Legian, it is now almost impossible to determine where Seminyak ends and the nearby villages of Petitenget, Umalas and Kerobokan begin

 

Beaches:
Seminyak Beach offers a more refined resort feel compared to its neighbouring areas of Kuta and Legian, home to among the island’s best dining, nightlife and entertainment venues. Seminyak outshines the two as the island’s most prized beach resort area. Undercurrents are usually strong, and surfing is mostly for the advanced.

Echo Beach is one of Bali’s most recently christened surf spots. The nickname overshadows its local name ‘Pantai Batu Mejan’, after a significant Balinese Hindu sea temple on site.
Petitenget Beach is a continuous expanse of grey sand stretching in both directions as far as the eye can see. To the south it becomes Legian Beach and then Kuta Beach, but is noticeably quieter than both. The sunsets here are famous, and opportunites abound to mix with the glitterati who frequent the high end beach front estalilshments such as Ku De Ta. Easy access points to the beach are at the end of Jalan Dhyana Pura, and from the large public car park (Rp 2,000) between Petitenget Temple and La Luciola restaurant.

 

Get Around at Seminyak:
The streets of Seminyak are increasingly jammed, with Jalan Laksmana being a particular black-spot. Your best options here are to walk or rent a motorcycle/bicycle. Taxis are everywhere available for a small price. Be sure the taxi driver put on the taximeter.

Nightlife:
Most of the lounges and clubs in Seminyak offer elegant interior designs and outdoor landscapes with green beachfront lawns and pools lined with shaded daybeds and facing the surf. Some also feature poolside bars, serving an extensive array of fine quality cocktails, martinis, wines, champagnes and vodkas. From the long-standing Ku De Ta, the elegant Potato Head Beach Club and WooBar at the W Retreat along the famous Jalan Petitenget, to the slightly far end of Batubelig Beach where the refined Mozaic Beach Club resides, Seminyak offers night owls among the island’s greatest haunts and watering holes.

Please note:
Current underflows can be strong, always swim between the red and yellow flags, don’t swim too far out! Do not leave your belongings unattended on the beach.
Do not do drugs! It can carry the death penalty, and there are enough foreigners residing in Bali courtesy of the Govt. prison service!
Do not  touch people’s heads – it is very offensive to Hindus.
Do not forget to look and listen while you cross the road. Cars may stop, motorbikes may not!
Do not walk in front of people praying.
At cremations, do not get in the way of the attendees – however important that photographic opportunity is!
Women are not allowed to enter temples during menstruation.
In a temple: Always wear a sarong and sash.
Driving: In Bali always expects the unexpected; always keep your eyes open and your mind on driving.

Money changers:
Please be very careful when changing your money. Always check the rate of exchange and commission (if any) the money changer is taking. Most importantly, always count your money before you leave the premises and if you can, bring your own calculator, as the ones used by some places can be “a little inaccurate”.

 

Seminyak Map & Hotels:
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Attractions

AttractionsSeminyak Beach and Petitenget Beach is a continuous expanse of grey sand stretching in both directions as far as the eye can see. To the south it becomes Legian Beach and then Kuta Beach, but is noticeably quieter than both. The sunsets here are famous, and opportunites abound to mix with the glitterati who frequent the high end beach front estalilshments.

Pura Petitenget at the beachside off Jl Petitenget is a compact, pretty Balinese temple, which is known for particularly spectacular beach-side ceremonies. A must-see, especially if you’re staying in the area, the centuries-old temple comes to life during its festive 210-day anniversaries. The name of the street that runs parallel to the beach is actually taken from the temple. Also, the namesake Petitenget Beach is only a few steps away from the temple where visitors and locals enjoy the best spots to share in the gorgeous sunset moments.

Biasa ArtSpace is the sister enterprise of the renowned Bali-based Biasa fashion brand. It is located only steps away from the Biasa Seminyak flagship store on the main road, and houses a fine collection of contemporary art that will appeal to art and fashion lovers in mind. Regular exhibitions are held featuring great and upcoming contemporary Indonesian artists are masters at various forms from paintings, figurines, to enigmatic sculpture and other awe-inspiring works. Location: Jalan Raya Seminyak 34, Seminyak

Kendra Gallery serves as a unique art space where you can freely drop in to browse through the vibrant works on display, and where like-minded visitors mingle with the creators behind the artworks at any of its featured exhibition openings. A great place to escape the hectic traffic of downtown Seminyak, Kendra Gallery is within a 10-minute walk to Jalan Laksmana. Location: Jalan Drupadi 88B, Seminyak.

Things to do:

Things to do:Seminyak is the high-end spa capital of Bali. Your spa experience here will be one of great luxury in a sophisticated setting. You pay up for all of that of course, but the prices are still 50% or more cheaper than you would pay in a western country. Fashion stores and top dining spots with international chefs cooking up world-class cuisine line the streets, from Jalan Petitenget to Jalan Kayu Aya.

Sufting: Conquer the waves around Seminyak - No matter if you are new to surfing or you are an experienced surfer, the beaches around Seminyak offer great opportunities. Beginners will find suitable waves at Kuta and Legian beach, while expert surfers can take on the more challenging breaks at the beaches north of Seminyak. Boards can be rented almost everywhere, and several surf schools around Seminyak will teach you to master waves.

Visit one of Seminyak´s stylish beach clubs - Along the beach, several elegant beach clubs attracts the glitterati of Seminyak. You shouldn’t deny yourself a visit to at least one of them whether it will be for a lazy breakfast, to lounge by the pool during the day, to watch the sun sets into the Indian Ocean, an evening cocktail, or to dine in one of the beach Club restaurants, which are among some of Seminyak’s best.

Rooftop dining Seminyak is having a love affair with rooftops. And why not, when the weather is this good? SOS Supper Club, on the roof of Anantara Seminyak hotel, is the leader of the pack, with nightly DJs and unfettered views of the Indian Ocean. Book a table under the stars for a steak dinner or flop on a day bed to snack and watch the stars come out with a Bali Classic in hand (strawberry, lime, cranberry, lychee with pomegranate juice and sparkling wine) or a pitcher of SOS punch.

Shopping - The island's best fashion is found in Seminyak, with beautiful, often handmade clothes at a price you'll never find in Europe, USA , Japan or Australia.

Join the party crowds at Seminyak’s clubs - Seminyak might still be the home of Bali’s craziest nightlife, but if you want to party in style Seminyak is the only place to be. Friday and Saturday night are the liveliest any time of the year, but in the peak seasons you can dance on the beach or sip cocktails until late any night of the week.

Restaurants

The best restaurants in Seminyak make up most of Bali’s greatest and most well-established dining spots, with the streets throughout this upscale beach resort area being recognized as must-visit dining destinations.

Ku De Ta is easily one of Seminyak’s famous long-running nightlife institutions – often considered the trendsetter for upscale nightlife and beach dining in Seminyak, and an inspiration to other similar beach club venues all over the island. The venue features a unique layout with a main restaurant area, a dedicated bar, a centrepiece lawn bordering the beachfront where all special events take place and a special private loft for secluded VIP-style moments.

Mozaic Beach Club extends the quality-dining scene of Ubud’s Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique to the southern shores of Bali, with a twist. A poolside bar and lounge with a seaside sundeck offers a laidback alternative to the sophisticated private dining restaurant north of the blue tiled pool. As the only beach club on this black-sand beach, Mozaic Beach Club offers two different dining scenes.

SOS Supper Club is one of Seminyak’s trendiest chill-outs, offering a relaxing vibe, stylish settings and a high vantage point overlooking the rolling surf and dramatic sunsets. Comprising an open-air restaurant and cocktail bar, and a lively space for gigs and clubbing, the venue forms the signature lounge of the Anantara Seminyak Bali, located at the beachfront end of Jalan Abimanyu (formerly known as Jalan Dhyana Pura).

Potato Head Beach Club has fast gained popularity as one of the most happening venues in Seminyak, joining the array of world-class hotspots that line this upscale, cosmopolitan coastal village. The venue is next door to the W Retreat, and its access from the main Jalan Petitenget road is similar to W’s, with a long and narrow lane that transports you to a world of drinks, dining and partying on its lawn beachfront.

Cocoon is a striking venue on the corner of Jalan Double Six, the legendary beach street famous for its hangouts and nightlife in southern Seminyak. It features an inviting blue centrepiece pool surrounded by white sun loungers, serving as a cool pool retreat with sea views and embroidered traditional Balinese parasols by day. Cocoon serves Asian fusion and Mediterranean cuisine and offers a great chill out scene with innovative cocktails to match the sunsets. (Jlan Double Six).

Hu’u Bar is among the most celebrated venues on Jalan Petitenget in Seminyak. The venue is part of the Hu’u brand that also features a restaurant and luxury accommodation facilities. Hu’u first opened in 2001 and has since enjoyed success with crowds of partygoers and diners from around the world.

Mint Bali - If Seminyak’s well-established venues don’t get you grooving enough, you might want to check out this latest addition on Jalan Petitenget that specifically caters to lingering clubbers who still have the oomph to dance into the wee hours. Mint Bali is a go-to place for late evening drinks and after-dinner gatherings with friends.

Pull up at smokin' Mamasan, the cooler little sister to Seminyak dining stalwart Sarong, and order the snapper dumplings for a taste epiphany (Jl Raya Kerobokan 135.

Mades Warung - Don't be expecting the usual dingy tiles and rickety tables at the island's most famous warung (restaurant). Made's is all-singing, all-dancing, with a cute little Balinese dance show each night. At Jl. Seminyak.

Other good Restaurants are: Ultimo, Chanti, The Breeze (alli in Jl. Kayu Aya). and Metis in Jl. Petitenget.
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