Villa Joss

Click photo to enlarge

Located in Batubelig within Greater Seminyak on Bali’s Southern tip, just minutes walk from a golden expanse of tranquil coconut lined beach, Villa Joss is designed to be both relaxing and stylish. Hidden behind a walled enclosure reminiscent of a traditional Balinese village and ensuring the utmost in privacy, guests enter through an imposing wooden door, a modern interpretation of Majapahit period palace entry gate leading to a seated Buddah water feature, vine shrouded koi pond and stepping stones leading to an exotic garden and swimming pool.

Completed in August 2010, the contemporary Balinese architecture of Villa Joss features a living room and dining room pavilion, a four bedroom pavilion, an entertainment room and business centre, and an open air ‘bale’ lounge pavilion in the spacious gardens with a 16-metre swimming pool and outdoor Jacuzzi.

The bedrooms and living spaces of the 4 bedroom Villa Joss showcase beautiful fine art paintings and limited-edition litho prints by some of Indonesia’s best-known artists. Each bathroom features a stone relief carving detailing different aspects of the main temple carving inside the main gate.

The walled garden and graceful interiors offer an abundance of space, natural light and separate places to relax. Children can enjoy a BOSE surround sound movie on the flat screen TV in the entertainment pavilion while one group of adults enjoy some reading in the living room, and another group of adults lounge, surf the internet or watch sports on the 45″ flat screen TV in the garden ‘bale’. The pool deck is punctuated with big pots of flowering lotus. The interiors of the villa have been lovingly furnished, accented with colour and completed with delightful attention to detail.

The owners have made every effort to employ ‘Green Friendly’ technologies in the construction of Villa Joss, including low energy lighting and a combination of solar and low energy convection water heating systems. Similarly, with the exception of certain high end imported fittings and equipment that were not available in Indonesia, every effort was made to use local materials and craftsmen. All furniture was locally made in Bali and Java.

 

 

DATEPRICE
January 09 - January 28790 USD / night
January 29 - February 031065 USD / night
February 04 - April 14790 USD / night
April 15 - April 251065 USD / night
April 26 - June 15790 USD / night
June 16 - August 311065 USD / night
September 01 - December 18790 USD / night
December 19 - January 081265 USD / night

Amenities

Enquire
Now