Experience real Bali in the splendid natural setting of charming Villa Alea located in the tranquil neighbourhood of Kerobokan village. Effortlessly blending traditional Javanese architecture with modern Western comforts, Villa Alea stands out with refined style, subtle curtains and unique decoration pieces.
Built with natural materials, the open-sided living pavilion is cooled off by the breeze allowing guests to experience tropical living. Luminous and airy, the blissful lounge has white and blue sofas and couches, wooden coffee tables and traditional Balinese decorations. Expanding to the dining area, the living room directly opens to the pool and garden. Villa Alea’s dining room is equipped with a solid teak wood dining table flanked by eight chairs. Highlighted by a magnificent chandelier, the dining room opens to an immaculately well-equipped kitchen.
Villa Alea houses five elegant bedrooms with private bathrooms. Three rooms come with king-sized beds, and two rooms include two single beds each, which can be pushed together to create king-sized beds.
The large lap pool is the centrepiece of the property offering a scenic setting in the middle of manicured lawns surrounded by swaying palm trees. Overlooking magnificent rice fields, the pool is equipped with a shallow end and is hugged by a sundeck housing sunbeds. For a shaded retreat, the villa provides a traditional open-sided bale fitted with an oversized couch tailor-made for relaxation.
Villa Alea is tucked away in the quiet cul-de-sac in peaceful Kerobokan village, Bali. Blessed with a secluded and peaceful surrounding, the property, though, is mere minutes from the best the area has to offer including fine-dining restaurants, chic bars and excellent shopping. Literally around the corner, there are a few amazing dining venues: Metis, Sardine and Barbacoa.