Venue Hire from :
Rp. 15,730,000 ++ (Subject to 15.5% Service Charge & Tax)
Location : Canggu
Capacity : 100
Function Fee : Rp. 20,250,000++
Banjar Fee : Rp. 6,200,000
Located on one of Bali’s most beautiful beaches in the west coast, this 4 bedroom villa is nestled on an undulating and extensive beachfront real estate. With a mixture of marble pieces and classis wood, along with more rattan furnitures as well as ancient collection to decorate the rooms represent this Villa as a unique property. Some of the best sunsets in Bali can be experienced privately in composure and peace, surrounded by tropical palm trees.
- Capacity 8 Adults (1 air-conditioned master bedroom on second floor with a spectacular ocean view, 1 air-conditioned main bedroom on first floor ensuite with outdoor shower and an oversized bath tub, 2 air-conditioned inidividual bedroom separated from the main building with a private garden and large outdoor patio with verandas with large cushions and day beds
- 1 main living area (open-air) with a dining table for 8, TV/entertainment room (air-conditioned) with a large library of recent DVDs
- Large infinity pool with adjoining bale
- Regulation-sized tennis court
- Fully staffed
|Season||Night Rate||Minimum Nights Stay|
|Low Season||IDR 15,730,000++||3 Nights|
|High Season||IDR 20,930,000++||5 Nights|
|Peak Season||IDR 25,990,000++||7 Nights|
Villa Arika is located in Pererenan, which is a small village on the beach outside of Canggu, about 20 minutes north of Seminyak, and about half-way to Tanah Lot.
“Canggu” is widely used though to refer to a large coastal stretch of about eight kiliometres, running north from the village of Brawa (just north of Seminyak) to the village of Cemagi (just south of Tanah Lot) taking in Echo Beach, Seseh and Pererenan along the way.
The beaches in this area have dark grey or black sand and while being good for swimming, they also offer some renowned and challenging surfing spots.
There are vast areas of rice paddies with quietly undulating terrain offering expansive views of the volcanic mountains to the north and north-east and also to the south across Jimbaran Bay to Bali’s southern-most peninsula, called the Bukit.
The area is popular with many expatriates who choose to live away from the bustle of Seminyak, and also a favorite spot for sunset lovers.