A Luxury villa for the discerning travelers in Ubud, Bali.
Built on three thousand and two hundred square meters of land, 5 luxurious bedrooms, open air living with dining area, gourmet kitchen, TV room with wide screen 67 inch and infinity lap swimming pool, hot Jacuzzi, steam room, massage bale.
Far from the bustle of daily Balinese life, Villa Kanti is situated on the edge of a small, quiet Balinese village. It is located near Mas Village; which is known as the wood carving village, as well as Sukawati the art market and Celuk Village, where you can find smithied items of gold and silver. Villa KANTI is a ten minute drive from the center of Ubud and only a forty-five minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Villa Rates in IDR (Rupiah)
|5 Bedroom Villa|
All rates are quoted in IDR per villa (not per person) per night, with the following benefits:
- Welcome drink, welcome garland and chilled towel upon arrival
- Daily breakfast
- Full time 10 hours personal car & driver per day for Ubud area (excluded petrol)
All rates are subject to 15% government tax & service charge.
High & Peak Season Periods
High season period: July 15 - 31, September 1 - 15.
Peak season period: August 1 - 31, December 20 - January 8.
Minimum stay: LOW season: 3 nights; HIGH season: 5 nights; PEAK season: 7 nights.
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Villa DescriptionKANTI is the Sanskrit word for "light" and the residence is bathed in natural light while protecting the privacy of our residents - it is both magical and unforgettable.
From that first moment of entry into Villa Kanti, you will be welcomed by the sound of water rippling down the cascades to the bottom of the plantation. Tropical flowers, shrubs and trees are swept in by the refreshing breeze where you will find a virtual celebration of nature and life.
All corners of the villa are decorated with a plethora of antiques, crafts and artifacts from the around Indonesian islands as Bali, Java, Borneo, Moluccas. These decorative and contemplative pieces enrich the discreetly cultural yet meditative atmosphere of the house.
Villa Kanti has been built in perfect harmony with traditional Balinese culture. Designed by Gede Agus, a young Balinese architect, Villa Kanti is a perfect blend of the contemporary concept of indoor/outdoor living combined with every possible amenity amid a stunning landscape designed by famous local landscaper, Ketut Hendrawan. All this blends seamlessly into the surrounding environment of rice fields and coconut palms.
Villa Kanti in Ubud, Bali consists of five spacious bedroom suites located in three pavilions which sleep a total of ten guests in perfect comfort.
The main pavilion is the Living and Dining Pavilion , connected to the kitchen on the side of the property by a soaring "alang alang" (thatched) roof and carefully landscaped terrazzo and walkways from special stepping stones (pebble washed) to the three suite pavilions - the Master Pavilion, the Temple Pavilion and the Ricefield Pavilion.
Each pavilion offers panoramic views to the verdant rice fields, waterfall and river.
A fully equipped kitchen staffed with Balinese chefs able to prepare both local and international cuisine will ensure that your dietary requirements are met and exceeded.
The Master Pavilion
This is a two-storey pavilion located at the top-end of the property and contains a bedroom suite on each floor, identical in size.
The spacious ground floor bedroom has a creamy terrazzo floor and is decorated with Antique Chinese pottery from Sumatra Island and artifacts from Bali. The king-sized bed is canopied with a white mosquito net; a long writing table and a comfortable [reclining] sofa face a private garden; and heavy purple curtains with blackout lining provide complete darkness. The remote controlled air-conditioning can be individually adjusted to suit your own requirements. The outdoor ensuite bathroom, with a soaking bathtub built from green stone, huge rain-head shower and tropical plant-filled garden allows you complete privacy in the open area. An antique Balinese door provides access from the bathroom to the private garden.
The upper floor bedroom was specially designed to enjoy the surrounding natural environment in its entirety. Sliding louvered glass window cover three of the bedrooms walls, allowing a clean refreshing breeze to circulate through the room as well as providing breathtaking panoramic views of the garden, the terraces and the rice paddies, all of which can be enjoyed even from the bed itself.
The furniture is in old teak wood with beautiful traditional carved panels from Madura Island used as a spacious wardrobe; the queen-size bed is surrounded by a white organza mosquito net the white bed linens and curtains add to the romantic and colonial flavour of the room. By design, this suite has a ceiling fan instead of air-conditioning, thereby allowing our guests to enjoy the pristine yet aromatic air. The bathroom has a built-in soaking terrazzo bath tub, huge rain-head shower with pebbled flooring and overlooks the terraced rice field.
The Temple Pavilion
Comprised of two different bedroom types (queen bed at ground floor and twin bed upper floor) is very ideal for a family of four. The ground floor bedroom is decorated with artifact from Toraja (in Sulawesi Island) and is individually controlled air-conditioned, tranquil and peaceful view to the Villa temple, rice field on the other side and shooting feeling from the sound of the small river. With a spacious ensuite bathroom, soaking bath tub in dark terrazzo white palimanan stone topping, huge rain-head shower and private garden with orchids plants.
The upper bedroom with twin bed has a spacious terrace where a beautiful nature would attract your eyes. The bedroom is decorated with Oriental artifacts and material. The window above the head bed where wooden shelves for some artifacts are placed is covered with a clear glass where you can see the rice field behind the villa with lots of coconut trees at both side.The ensuite bathroom also has a magnificent ricefield view with wooden shutters to ensure the guest privacy.
The Ricefield Pavilion
A one bedroom pavilion built with tropical wood, Merbau and decorated with precious artifacts from the islands of Indonesia and in shades of white color for the room linen. The king-sized bed canopied with a white mosquito net is facing a day bed nestled in a bow-window overlooking the private garden and rice field.
In the open bathroom a stunning wall depicting the procession of a temple ceremony has been carved in front of a black terrazzo vanity counter and soaking bath tub also in dark terrazzo with white palimanan stone topping. To complete your tropical experience, a huge rain-head shower is located under the shade of the trees. Tropical plants that surround this pavilion give a total privacy.
Living and Dining Pavilion
This pavilion includes dining area, living area which has open view to the terraced rice fields and also open to the swimming pool, fish pond with water cascades above the pond and to the kitchen where it is fully equipped for your dining experience offering both European and Balinese cuisine.
Above the living area is the library with PC and a printer for your convenience with an internet connection.
Media and entertainment room is located few steps down from the living area where a fascinating big screen satellite TV of 67 inch and home theatre with lots of DVD collection of movie and music. A bathroom with Zen garden design is located just next to the TV room and also designed for the pool and public bathroom.
Service and Facilities
Villa KANTI provides a well-balanced blend of air-conditioned comfort and tropical open-air living. With seven pavilions established on 3200 sq meters of land, it comfortably accommodates up to ten guests who would still be able to lose sight of each other within the boundaries of privacy that the pavilions offer. The focal point of the property is the open-air living and dining pavilion, which drops down onto the 20 by 4 meter lap swimming pool filled with salt treated water overlooking the rice paddies.
Complementing the infinity pool is a smaller pavilion with Hammam (steam room) in green stone and large hot Jacuzzi in black andesit stone. At the lowest reaches of this abode, overlooking more rice fields, a meditation Bale located over a quietly gurgling stream that marks the edge of the property will wait for you for a few moments of seclusion, meditation, relaxation with massage session or spa treatment.
At the lower reaches of this abode, overlooking more rice fields, is a meditation bale situated over a quietly gurgling stream which marks the edge of the property. It is here where one can find priceless moments of seclusion, a place to meditate, relax or have a massage session or spa treatment.
For those moments where you might like to remind yourself of civilization, there is a fully air-conditioned Media & Entertainment room with a spectacularly large screen - 67 inch satellite TV, home theatre with an extensive DVD collection of international movies and music. On the mezzanine level above the open-air living and dining pavilion, a desk provides a PC with internet connection and a printer for your convenience.
For communication room to room, telephone is provided in every bedroom. Local and international call also can be made from the villa.
A fully equipped kitchen and Balinese cooks who are able to prepare both local and international cuisine will ensure that your dietary requirements can be catered for.
During your stay, you will be serviced by ten staff who will offer you the highest level of personal service while providing absolute discretion and privacy. They will be at your service to ensure your stay is one of total relaxation and comfort.