Exquisite Villas | Royal Santrian Villas & Spa, Tanjung Benoa, Bali

By Dian Hasan | May 16, 2010

Bali is synonymous with world-class resorts, luxurious villas and even quaint traditional losmen guesthouses.

Regardless of choice of accommodation, you can be assured that it comes with the personal level of service from the warm-hearted Balinese people with their intoxicating culture and distinctive style. The grace in which they extend their hospitality is of course legendary across the world.

The last decade has seen a mushrooming of luxury villa offerings across the island. Each villa with its look and feel, but share in common the Bali Design Style that has evolved into a recognizable style that is emulated around the world.

Defined by elegant interiors, tropical gardens, Balé open-air pavilions, covered verandas or shaded terraces overlooking stunning views over the rolling ocean, dramatic limestone cliffs, or the lush paddy fields, and verdant hillsides. All of this awaits for discovery in Bali.

The Royal Santrian Villas & Spa, one of Bali’s newest resorts, is no different. A fine addition to Bali’s growing portfolio of exquisite villas available for a select few discerning clientele.

The absolute beach-front resort is a gem of a property, sandwiched between the large Conrad Bali, and Nusa Dua complex where you’d find all the big names such as Grand Hyatt, St. Regis, Sheraton, Westin Laguna Resort, NikkoNovotel and Melia Bali, among others.

What is lacks in size, Santrian makes up in its presentation of a personalized collection of exquisite Villas, some with their own pool, in a setting that is absolutely sublime. A  tranquil retreat of 22 superbly-appointed villas spread across 2.5 hectares of lush tropical gardens with Bali’s flowers always in bloom.

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