Part of a small complex of four villas in Ketewel, southeast Bali, these 3-bedroom villas are characterised by private walled gardens featuring 14m lap pools and comfortable relaxation bales. A pathway leads from both villas to a timber beachside deck with views to Nusa Penida island and steps down to the sands.
Villa Name: Majapahit - Villa Nataraja
Majapahit Beach Villas is an exclusive complex of four absolutely beach front villas resting beside a glistening black sand beach, just 10 minutes north of Sanur on Bali 's south-east coast. Majapahit Beach Villas are perhaps the only villas in Bali that are located just in front of the beach, they are almost floating!
Each three-bedroom villa boasts a private swimming pool, the finest furnishings and a five-star standard of service and food. All four 3 bedroom villas are designed and built in a way that can be rented individually as 3 bedroom villa or either as two 6 bedroom villas with 2 swimming pools or either as a complex of 12 bedrooms for weddings or other events as an estate of 12 bedrooms with 4 swimming pools.
Majapahit Beach Villas is an exclusive complex of four luxurious villas resting beside a glistening black sand beach, near the traditional village of Ketewel on Bali's south-east coast. Each three-bedroom villa boasts a private swimming pool, the finest furnishings and a five-star standard of service and food. Bounded by the River Wos and surrounded by terraced rice fields, tobacco plantations, papaya and banana groves, the magnificent setting is blessed with spectacular views extending across the ocean towards the beaches of Sanur and Nusa Dua, Lembongan Island and East Bali.
The landscaping and contemporary architecture of the shingle-roofed villas is based on traditional Balinese principles, utilizing local materials and incorporating the essential elements of Balinese Hindu philosophy and symbolism.
The complex was named after the ancient Javanese Majapahit Empire, a golden age that had a profound effect on the art, culture and political organization of Bali . This theme is reflected in the grand proportions of the villas, together with the white Palimanan stone walkways and the terracotta brick walls that border them. Each villa is entered via a pair of hand-carved wooden garden doors, behind which stands a Balinese Hindu feature known as the 'aling aling' , a short screen wall designed to protect the property from troublesome and malign influences, because evil spirits have great difficulty in turning corners.
Practicalities, such as the staff quarters and the laundry, are taken care of in the service area, leaving the villas to enjoy the stunning coastal views accompanied by the rhythmic sound of the waves and fresh sea breezes.
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- Low season: US$465++/night, 2 night min stay
- High season: US$535++/night, 5 night min stay
- Peak season: US$635++/night, 7 night min stay
The recent construction of the Sanur-Kusamba by-pass road has made this area easily accessible to the rest of the island and positions Majapahit within easy driving distance of most of Bali's tourist attractions. Majapahit is just 45 minutes drive from Bali's international airport, 30 minutes from the cultural town of Ubud, 10 minutes from Sukawati art and handicraft market, 10 minutes from Sanur, and 30 minutes from the restaurants, shops and nightlife of Kuta and Seminyak.
Ketewel village is the origin of the famous Legong Bededari Dance, and the neighbouring village of Sawa produced the finest Legong dancers on the island. The beach of Pabean, in front of Majapahit, was once a small port through which oriental traders brought their products; at low tide you can still see the structure of the old harbour and a Chinese cemetery is located nearby. Balinese Hindu purification ceremonies are held beside the ocean at the sacred Pura Segara sea temple, and the nearby reef is renowned for its world-class surf breaks.
Distance from Majapahit Beach Villas
To Saba Bay Stables: 3km
To Sukawati: 7km
To Bali Safari and Marine Park: 7km
To Surfing (Cucukan): 7km
To Sanur: 13km
To Mas: 13km
To Ubud: 17km
To Denpasar Airport: 27km