Created after the style of the great water palaces of Bali, the architecturally designed estate features three luxury guest villas. Two villas are located at either end of the impossing thatcjed roof lounge pavilion that spans the full width of the property. This building is surrounded by water and appears to be 'floating' on a 850 square metre reflecting pond adorned with colourful lotus blossoms.
From this central level, water cascades down terraces thee metres to the lower level which features a breathtaking lipless swimming pool and a unique Japanese-inspired dining pavilion that also 'floats' on a smaller reflecting pond. The Imperial Villa is located on the swimming pool level and partially cantilevered, so as to the fully embrace the spectacular canyon panorama. Below the swimming pool level one finds a beautiful garden, Balinese temple and a hiking trail leading to the river below.
The Japanese-inspired 'floating' dining pavilion on the swimming pool level seats 10 and is serviced by private access from our modern equipped kitchen. The dining pavilion is perfect for formal dining, casual meals or our famous poolside barbecues. Our internationally trained kitchen staff offer a diverse range of artfully presented dishes from our Continental and Asian menu, complimented by our extensive wine list.
The Imperial Villa exceeds 115 square metres and has a wide private balcony for alfresco dining, entertaining or just relaxing, set againts the dramatic back-drop of the emerald green canyon and river below.
Entering through carved mahonagy doors inlaid with mother-of-pearl, one immediately admires this stylishly furnished residence. The villa offers space in abundance with numerous relaxing areas, decorated in exotic woods, Javanese marble flooring and crowned by 6.5 meter ceilings.
The two thached roof guest villas exceed 85 square meters and are constructed of the finest materials featuring paras stone, marble floors, exotic woods, 6.5 metre ceilings and windows spanning the surrounding water gardens. The villas contain four-poster king-size beds fitted with luxurious linen; sumptuously appointed bathrooms with semi sunken tubs and showers complete with gold fixture; a dressing room with double vanity basins fashioned in mother-of-pearl, original artworks, air conditioning, ceiling fan and an armoire containing 39 channel digital satellite TV, VCD/CD music system, mini bar and luxury amenities.
The front of the villas feature sliding glass walls set behind adjustable louvered shutters, which overlook the reflecting ponds, swimming pool and canyon. The northern side of the Imperial Villa features a sliding wall set behind adjustable shutters, allowing additional access and views across the swimming pool. The grandly appointed Imperial bathroom featurea a semi-sunken tub and shower complete with gold fixtures and double vanity basins fashioned in mother-of-pearl. A sliding glass wall opens onto a second open-air private bathroom installed within a beautiful Balinese garden setting.
The Imperial Villa offers exceptional panoramas by the 3,000 meter volcanic Mt. Agung, Bali's most sacred mountain that lies 65 kilometers to the east.