Voted Bali's Best Villa by The Yak 2016
Private Luxury Villa includes 5 bedrooms
2500 square metres / 30m clifftop frontage
Accommodates 10+ guests
Voted Bali’s Best Villa by The Yak 2016
With the colonial style often found in the Caribbean and the Hamptons, Villa Tamarama’s 5 individual bedrooms are white and bright and will leave you feeling refreshed and pampered. Featuring two swimming pools with an oversized bar and enclosed poolside entertainment area, this villa is perfect for those special celebrations with family and friends. It even has its own open-air pavilion reminiscent of a romantic wedding chapel, allowing you to celebrate your nuptials overlooking the Indian Ocean at sunset followed by a cocktail party around the 28m pool.
For a change from uninterrupted luxury, you also have complimentary access to Sundays Beach Club, Bali’s stunning beachside venue where you can enjoy food and drinks by the ocean and relax by the fires beneath Uluwatu sunsets every evening.
Insider tip: The ocean front bale is great for a relaxing couple’s massage at sunset. Once you’re relaxed beyond belief, sit back and enjoy the tranquility with drinks or a delicious meal — your personal butler and chef will take care of everything.
- Private butler (7am-10pm)
- Personal chef (8 hours a day)
- Car and driver (8 hours a day)
- Nanny (4 hours daily)
- Poolside bar
- Private full service bar
- 24 hour room service
- Outdoor garden shower
- In-villa WiFi
- Airport transfers
- Sundays Beach Club VIP Access
Luxury Bali Villa
Villa Tamarama is a palatial villa located in Uluwatu near the southern coast of Bali. Inspired by colonial-style architecture, it boasts five, one bedroom villas that can accommodate groups of up to ten. Featuring two swimming pools with an oversized bar and enclosed poolside entertainment area, Villa Tamarama is designed throughout for celebrations with family and friends. From the formal dining and lounge to the open air pavilion and swimming pools, this is luxury on every level in the secluded clifftops overlooking the Indian Ocean.