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Villa Semadhi is an oceanfront cluster of pavilions that epitomize traditional Balinese architecture especially with alang-alang thatch roofs as the conspicuous design detail. Interiors are appointed with mostly finely finished, local wood furnishings. While amenities are essentially five star – ensuring all-out guest delight and fun. Truly, Villa Semadhi, accentuated by its picture-perfect location, affords you a dreamy, summer break with a genuine tropical island ambiance.
The villa has four bedrooms. The master bedroom has a canopied and draped king-sized bed as well as a dedicated, outdoor bathroom with rain shower and bathtub. Two other bedrooms both have canopied and draped king-sized beds. One of these bedrooms has a dedicated, indoor bathroom, while the other has a dedicated, outdoor bathroom. One more bedroom is on the second level of the dining pavilion. This bedroom has a canopied and draped queen-sized bed and a dedicated, semi-open bathroom.
After getting your seawater fix, dip into the 14-meter infinity pool and continue your communion with water. Then, relieve sore muscles in the shaded jacuzzi adjacent to the pool. If you wish to bathe in the sun, lie on cushioned wooden pool beds on the poolside wooden deck, or on the stony edge of the property under the trees. But as soon as the rays begin to burn, retreat to the shade of the poolside bale and doze off on the wide and soft mattress – lulled by the sound of the waves greeting the shore.
At the living pavilion are two living areas. Around the cushioned, wooden benches indoors, or the wooden reclining and cushioned, ornate chairs on the covered terrace, you can all converge for amusing and animated sharing and storytelling. There are also two dining areas – one is on the ground level of the dining pavilion, and the other is at the bale facing the beach at the edge of the property. Here, at these spots, you can all have your fill of authentic Balinese specialties – as well as Asian and foreign fare – freshly cooked by the onsite chef at the fully-equipped, modern kitchen at the dining pavilion. Adjoining the living pavilion is the massage pavilion where you can be pampered with a wide range of spa treatments.
In charge of carrying out the day-to-day services at the villa is a staff led by a manager supported by housekeepers, pool attendants, gardeners, security personnel as well as by the chef. A driver and a spa therapist may, upon your request, be called in. Their services, however, come with a separate charge. Use of the villa’s mountain bikes and kayaks are included in your booking. A car, a boat, as well as motor bikes are also available for rent.
Villa Semadhi is located along the black-sand beach of Pemuteran Bay on the northwestern coast of Bali. Sail to nearby Pulau Menjangan or Deer island – one of Bali’s more popular snorkeling and dive spots – where the best underwater gardens are found. On a separate occasion, go trekking at West Bali National Park. One of the last truly wild destinations in Bali, this protected forest is home to a diversity of flora and fauna. You must also arrange a day trip to Pura Pulaki, Pura Pabean and Pura Melanting – a triumvirate of temples with marvelous natural settings.
Our family had a great stay in Villa Semadhi. We were a group of 8 adults, 2 kids and a baby. Putra the manager arranged for our diving and snorkeling trips and provided useful recommendations for restaurants around the area. The villa was really beautiful. We loved the swimming pool, the garden and the outdoor dining area over the waterlily pond the most. The staff was very smiling and helpful. I would actually recommend the stay during the low (rainy) season as it only rained for a couple of hours in the afternoon when we were there, and that made everything around so lush and green, while you can still enjoy the sunlight most of the day. The advantage was that there were very few people who went diving and snorkeling in Menjangan. One morning we had the island almost to ourselves. Tips for rooms: The pavilion has the best view over the garden and the ocean, but the windows have no glass so if you want the view you can't use the air-con. I personally love the room with the tree in the bathroom - just so Balinese and so beautiful. Can't wait to go back.
We met up with friends in Pemuteran to stay five nights at Villa Semadhi each having our own King size bedroom and ridiculous outdoor bathrooms. The grounds are kept up beautifully and the house well built. We traveled with our 15 month old and the staff loved him. Putra, the manager, was very easy going and went out of his way to help on a number of occasions. I'm digging hard to remember a solid criticism but am coming up short. I definitely recommend taking the boat out to the reef for a sunset swim (and cocktail). Very well done.
We stayed 8 days and it 'was great. The staff were exceptional and Putra and the villa a paradise we could not even imagine. The locals always smiling, the wonders we have seen here and Jawa have completed the best holiday ever made.
I just had to write to you and say how heavenly your villa is! We were overwhelmed when we first arrived by the beauty and attention to detail of every aspect of the property. We love the staff and have already been snorkeling thanks to the wonderful boat and captain. The pool is divine and everything has been a treat. We look forward to the time ahead but couldn't go another day without sharing with you how much we appreciate your creating this wonderful place that we can experience. My parents join me in thanking you as well.
|Minimum stay||2 bedrooms||3 bedrooms||4 bedrooms|
|from 08/01/2020 to 01/07/2020||Low season||2 nights||SGD $ 422||SGD $ 453||SGD $ 485|
|from 01/07/2020 to 01/09/2020||High season||2 nights||SGD $ 628||SGD $ 660||SGD $ 692|
|from 01/09/2020 to 15/12/2020||Low season||2 nights||SGD $ 422||SGD $ 453||SGD $ 485|
|from 15/12/2020 to 08/01/2021||High season||2 nights||SGD $ 628||SGD $ 660||SGD $ 692|