Buddha Hill Villa

3 Bedroom - Price : Low USD 400 | High USD 450 | Peak USD 490

Villa Buddha Hill
Newly Built in a prime position on the Bukit Peninsula, Villa Buddha Hill has stunning views of the Indian Ocean to the south, right round to Bali's volcanic mountains to the north. Designed by the renowned architect Walter Wagner, everything about the villa feels right - the spaciousness of the rooms extending up into the tall roof, and opening to the outside with folding doors on all sides upstairs, and onto the limestone patio downstairs - the large, lush, immaculately groomed garden - the elegant pool with its infinity edge, swim-jet and jacuzzi area. We offer an ambience unlike that found in hotel, where you can relax and enjoy your holiday to the full.

Villa facilities
Three rooms in total.
Master bedroom suite (AC) with separate dressing area and bathroom with bathtub and shower.
Two guest en-suite bedrooms (AC).
Spacious and comfortable living area with satellite TV, DVD/VCD and spectacular ocean views.
Fully equipped kitchen with walk-in pantry, large fridge and microwave.
Laundry facilities and service.
Solar heated hot water.
Dining room.
Large garden with Balinese gazebo and hammock.
Swimming pool with Jacuzzi and swim jet in case you fancy a bit of serious swimming (Child safety fence is ready to erect if you have toddlers).
Large, secure, covered parking area.
Safe deposit box.
Broadband Internet Connection.

Staff Room and Laundry Area
Separate staff room with own bathroom, toilet and kitchen. laundry room with washing machine.

The Parking
Covered parking area, 9 X 10m, large enough for 3 cars to park. Night security post located.

Located in the peaceful area of the Bukit Peninsula in the South of Bali, we are just:
20 Minutes drive from ngurah Rai Airport
20 minutes to Kuta and Legian area for shopping and night life
10 minutes to Bali best surfing beach; Padang-padang, Dreamland and Balangan
10 minutes to Nusa Dua beach and shopping mall
10 minutes to Bali Golf and Country Club

Last Update : 04 Oktober 2010