Welcome toVilla Indah Manis & Bulan Madu5 luxurious bedrooms
Villas Indah Manis and Bulan Madu form a hillside sanctuary in Uluwatu Pecatu on Bali’s Bukit Peninsula, home to many of the island’s best beaches. Each with its own swimming pool set in immaculate and generous landscaped gardens, bordered by a tree-lined valley, and with views of the ocean, the two villas make a great choice for big families or large group of friends.
Villa Indah Manis is a glamorous five-bedroom villa with an abundance of facilities for all ages, including a spa, jacuzzi, fitness room, petanque court, pool table and games room with a home theatre. The villa comfortably sleeps ten adults and up to four children in a series of charming pavilions set within the gardens.
Tucked to one side of Villa Indah Manis and accessed through a traditional Balinese gateway, Villa Bulan Madu is a blissful one-bedroomed hideaway that will delight all romantic couples – be they honeymooners or otherwise. As well as a six-metre private swimming pool, this tranquil, self-contained villa features a semi-alfresco lounge, massive open-air bathroom and a dreamy bedchamber.
Both villas are attended by a full complement of professional and discreet staff, including a friendly manager and talented chef, who will cook, clean and pamper their guests with five-star service.
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5-star serviceOur Staff is exceptional
One of the greatest advantages of staying in a villa is the personal service provided by a dedicated team of professional staff.
Delicious mealsPrepared especially for you
You are most welcome to take advantage of our fully equipped kitchen But why not just sit back, relax and enjoy delicious meals prepared by the accomplished in-house chef and assistant cook instead?The villas' suggestion menu makes ordering easy, but we recommend that you also chat with the chef about any special dishes that your group would like him to prepare.
The Indah Manis Complex is located far from the madding crowd, a couple of kilometres from the ocean in a rural area of Bali’s beautiful and rugged Bukit Peninsula.