Uluwatu Villa 3101 rests in blissful seclusion upon 1.5 hectares (roughly 4 acres) of prime, cliff top land, 170 metres above the rolling surf of the Indian Ocean on the southernmost tip of the island of Bali facing south. The Estate is located near the famous Uluwatu temple, and is immediately adjacent to the Bvlgari Hotel and Resort, overlooking Selonding Beach below.
Villa 3101 offers numerous relaxation areas, so guests will always find a private spot for peace and quiet. In fact, a large family or group of people could stay at the Estate and still lose each other within its depths. Cool sea breezes and the rhythmic sound of the waves combine to create a close to nature experience.
The architect of this astounding Villa is Cheong Yew Kuan, one of Asia’s leading resort and luxury villa architects, and the principal designer is Jasmine Saunders-Davies, who together with her husband owns the villa. The architecture blends Javanese tradition with contemporary design and European influences. The buildings incorporate an abundance of recycled teak wood in the form of floorboards, doors and elaborately-carved ‘pondopo’ centrepieces. This is complemented by ironwood shingle roofs and natural stone finishes. The front and side wall panels have been replaced with ceiling to floor glass, giving the buildings a contemporary feel, and allowing more natural light to enter.
The Estate is supported by a carefully selected team of highly trained staff including chefs, housekeepers, gardeners and security guards. Uluwatu Villa 3101 welcomes children of all ages, cots and high chairs can be provided. Baby-sitting services, together with the facilities of a car, a driver, a tour guide and extra staff are also available on request. Security guards are on duty day and night.
Uluwatu Villa 3101 is the epitome of heritage and environmental conservation. Saved from destruction, the antique joglos from Kudus in Central Java were transported to Bali and carefully restored to preserve their unique characters and authentic features, such as the distinctive funnel-shaped roofs and elaborately hand-carved ceiling centre-pieces, panels and beams, which makes them unlike any other Bali villas.
To minimise our environmental impact, we have ensured full use of reclaimed teak throughout the estate,where ever possible, from the roofs and walls, to the flooring and furniture. We utilise the latest environmental technologies and a range of eco-friendly practices. Additionally, we recognise the need to positively contribute to the local community in which we operate, by employing our staff from the surrounding area.
Our philosophy is simple - to be the best of the Bali luxury villas by harnessing Indonesia's great cultural heritage, amazing natural assets and charming Balinese hospitality to create a new concept in luxury holidays. We offer you the comforts and privacy unique to Bali luxury villas, in one of the most enchanting holiday destinations in the world, to share exclusively with your family and friends.