Villa Kalila is a compact and uniquely stylish Seminyak hideaway that’s been beautifully designed to both flood the space with light and make the most of the area. The villa is decorated in a chic Asian Western style that’s both colourful and minimalist for a comfortable and stylish haven of escape. The long clear pool stretches the length of the villa, offering a refreshing dip to relieve you from the tropical heat. Villa Kalila’s location in central Seminyak makes it ideal for those wanting to frequent Bali’s best cafes and bars or take their credit card out for a spin in Bali’s high-end shopping boutiques.
There are two bedrooms, each air-conditioned and enclosed behind sliding glass doors that offer sunshine and pool views from every angle. Each is decked out with a king-sized bed dressed in stunningly soft linen and accented with bright colours. The second room can easily be converted into two twin sized beds if you have children with you. The ensuites are open-air mosaic and stone escapes with rainfall showers you won’t want to get out of.
The bedrooms both have large wall mounted mirrors placed above the bed heads which expand the space and reflect the greenery and shimmer of the azure blue pool water across the room. Resting is essential on your Bali holiday, so take advantage of these cool, air-conditioned havens to fully relax. Feel free to pull the curtains and sleep in, or leave the doors open to the breeze as you kick back and read a book.
Villa Kalila is in the centre of Seminyak but tucked away at the end of a gang so you still have peace and quiet! It’s less than five minutes walk to some excellent cafes and restaurants including Grocer and Grind, Sisterfields or Bossman. Nearby you’ll find a couple of small malls. Seminyak Square Shopping Mall and Seminyak Village. They each have spas and retail shops where you can pick up international brands. Mexicola is a very lively restaurant that’s famous for its tequila and just fifteen-minutes walk from the villa you’ll find yourself at Kudeta, Kiln restaurant or even on a lounge chair taking in the sunset with a well-deserved beer at Bali’s famous Potato Head club.