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Why Stay At Mayaloka Villas
Located in the quiet suburb of Petitenget, Bali, the peaceful Mayaloka Villas is four miles from the heart of Seminyak and its high-end shops and restaurants.
If Mayaloka Villas feels a little sleepy, that's precisely the point. Away from the hustle and bustle of Bali's overcrowded western coast, the 13 thatched-roof villas that comprise the Indonesian hotel are simple yet discreetly luxurious. Each is furnished with antique wood (canopied bed in the bedroom; loungers in the living room), a kitchenette, and a private plunge pool with a waterfall. Every morning you're greeted with a continental, American-style breakfast, served in your villa or in Warung Damuh, Mayaloka's open-air restaurant. Follow it up with a traditional Javanese lulur treatment, which includes a scrub made from indigenous ingredients such as turmeric and sandalwood, and a moisturizing yogurt polish.
Getting around Seminyak can be a bit of a challenge, but Mayaloka provides complimentary service into town. From there, consider exploring the winding streets by bike.
Too blissed out to dine off the premises? Hallo Restaurants will deliver food from Seminyak's most popular restaurants straight to your villa.
Arrive at Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) which is approximately 8 miles from the villas. Anticipate about 25 minutes of travel time.Jl. Cendrawasih, No. 88, Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Villas
- Spa on Property
- Cooking Classes
- Tour Concierge
- Doctor on Call
- Private Pools
- Sun Loungers
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Open Living Plans
- Semi Outdoor Bathrooms
- Tub + Rain Showers
- Hair dryer
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Private Entrances
- LCD TVs
- Satellite Channels
- DVD Systems
- Mini Bars
- Water Dispensers
- IDD Telephones
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Mosquito Nets
- Coffee + Tea Makers
- In-room Safes
- Balinese Afternoon Tea
- In-Villa Dining
- 2 person occupancy in the One Bedroom Pool Villa
- 4 person occupancy in the Two Bedroom Pool Villa
- Up to two children may share accommodation for 50% of rate (Payable to hotel)
- Roundtrip airport transfes
- Daily breakfast in your villa
- Cool towel and welcome drink upon arrival
- Fresh fruit and flowers to welcome you
- Mineral water and complimentary WiFi in your villa
- Drop off shuttle service within Seminyak
Why We Love Bali
Seminyak is best known as the wellness capital of Bali, so kick back and indulge with pampering treatments in the region's numerous spas. Those with restless legs will find plenty to divert their attentions in the city's vibrant shops, restaurants, and bars.
Tanah Lot, Kediri.
Best Day Trip: The pastoral village of Canggu, about five miles north of Seminyak, provides a welcome respite from the congestion that plagues much of Bali's coast. Here, you can horseback ride along the beach, hit links on Nirwana Bali Golf Course (one of Asia's best), or surf the pristine waters.
Where to Eat: Bollywood celebrities and Indonesian dignitaries have been spotted at Queen's Tandoor, a two-story restaurant that specializes in traditional Indian dishes like chicken vindaloo and creamy fish makhanwala.
Jl. Raya Seminyak, No 1.
Where to Drink: Don't let the name fool you: the Living Room is a surprisingly chic oasis of gardens and outdoor pavilions strung with twinkle lights. The vibe is more lounge than club, but dance fiends turn up during the week for the bar's live DJ sets.
Petitenget 2000 xx.
Why Go Now
June 11-July 9, 2012
Bali Arts Festival
A month-long celebration that includes dance, theater, and cultural performances.
August 29, 2012
Hari Raya Galungan
For this sacred Hindu holiday, villages are decorated with bamboo poles, coconut leaves, and flowers.
September 20-23, 2012
International Meditators Festival
Thousands congregate each year in Ubud for this series of panel discussions, yoga workshops, and interfaith dialogues.
Ubud Royal Palace.