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Kerobokan - Bali


Kerobokan Villa Subaliku


Bali Villa


Living Room, Subaliku


Villa accommodation is becoming more popular in Bali and Villa Sunbaliku is a good example of why this is the case. Come and stay in a haven where you will experience the magic of Bali, yet be close enough to the hustle bustle of Kuta for shopping, business or fun. The best of both worlds. This luxury accommodation is built to the very highest standards, only 15 mins drive from the airport and 3 mins from the beach, the famous La Lucciola Restaurant, shopping and night life.

The complex has a wonderful pool and a good restaurant. It is not far from the beach and many of the fabulous new restaurants being built in Seminyak.

Family features - The Villa Jepun is a huge villa with three bedrooms suitable for a family. There are steps in this property, so it would be more suited to a family with older children looking for a peaceful and relaxing break together. 

Your accommodation -
 Room Type  Double/Twin 
 Villa Jepun (3 bedrooms)  USD 230
 Studios  USD 50
 Villa Padma
 USD 120
 Villa Cempaka  USD 100
Extra person  USD 10

 Note - prices include breakfast and taxes. Airport transfers are included  for stays of 3 nights or more. A 15% non-refundable deposit will be required.

Note; Villa Jepun is a 2 storey villa with 3 large bedrooms. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms,  a large twin bedroom and a double bedroom. Downstairs there is a large bedroom with both  double and a single bed. Also a living room with kitchen.

 The Studios can accommodate 1 extra child 

 The 1 bedroom villa can accommodate 2 extra children

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Site users comments on this hotel

My Seminyak address was the Villas Subaliku, sister establishment of the Blue Moon at Amed. I had stayed there before in 2002 and was most happy to return. Great staff, good breakfast (the best hash browns ever), and a lovely garden and pool. It's located in easy striking distance of a huge choice of good restaurants and equally close to Jalan Raya Seminyak (check out the 3rd floor of Geneva Handicrafts). we got a late check out at a good price on our last day and would happily visit this secluded and charming place again.
Mac June 2004

We just got back from 6 weeks in Bali .It was our first trip to Bali and as we are Canadians it was a very long trip and we knew we would be very tired upon arriving so we booked a hotel over the internet for the first couple of nights. It was the Subaliku Villas in Seminyak and how fortunate we were.We spent quite a bit of time touring and rented a car but we always came back to the Subaliku. It was clean, bright, had a very nice pool and garden area and was small enough that we often had the pool to ourselves. During our travels we found that one of the things we had to look out for was sufficient lighting as we like to read in the evenings. The Subaliku fit the bill perfectly. It is owned by an Irish lady who also owns the Blue Moon in Amed. 2004

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