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Bali Rich Luxury Villa

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Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa Seminyak Beach is strategically located in the vibrant resort area of Seminyak. It is a fashionable playground for international travelers seeking to experience the very best that the island has to offer. Seminyak is a veritable melting pot for fine wining, dining and quality shopping with elements of Balinese culture to add plenty of local flavour. Villas building are made with privacy, comfort, modern and traditional architecture and that each Villas include private pool, spacious garden, living room, kitchen and spacious bathroom.
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Very lovely villas, excellent very friendly staff nice villas with large pool and gardens very spacious and relaxing and represent excellent value for money I would highly recommend these villas very nice large pool, nice garden, very clean, friendly and helpful staff nothing to much trouble nice breakfast every morning and they are excellent value for money
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Response from GM_Bali-Rich-Villas, General Manager at Bali Rich Luxury Villa
Responded 4 days ago
Dear Valued Guest, Warmest Greetings from Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI We are thrilled to hear your amazing stay at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak. It warms our heart reading your high appraisal of our Villas and we are delighted to hear that you have exceptionally enjoyed your stay with us and particularly enjoyed our large Private Pool as well as our very spacious Villas. Your kind compliments will surely be shared with our ambassador to inspire them to maintain their outstanding service that comes from the heart. We sincerely look forward to welcoming you back at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - Bali for another fascinating stay. Sincerely, General Manager Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI
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My family and I had wonderful time at Bali Rich. The villa was excellent value. Beautiful rooms and surrounds. Some small maintenance issues - but were attended to promptly by the outstanding and super friendly staff. Villa is very well located. Close to great food / shopping options... and local beaches. We especially enjoyed staying in and lounging by the pool. Would definitely come again!!
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Response from GM_Bali-Rich-Villas, General Manager at Bali Rich Luxury Villa
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Dear Valued Guest, Warmest Greetings from Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI We would like to extend our gratitude for sharing your wonderful experience at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak. We are delighted to hear that you have enjoyed your stay with us and particularly enjoyed our Beautiful rooms and surrounds as well as our excellent location in the heart of Seminyak. Your kind compliments will surely be shared with our ambassador to inspire them to maintain their outstanding service that comes from the heart. We sincerely look forward to welcoming you back at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak for another fascinating stay. Sincerely, General Manager Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI
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Apologies, this is a VERY long review, 3,599 words – we look forward to the novel being published soon. But we think if you are going to spend thousands on a holiday you want to make an informed decision. If you don’t, just read the short review. That is, we’ve just had our fourth stay at Bali Rich, and we’ll be back again twice next year. It is the best value we’ve found in Bali. That’s our short review. If you are still reading, first things first. We have absolutely no commercial relationship with Bali Rich. We are just a retired and semi-retired couple from a country town south of Perth, and we are happy to do what we can to promote Bali Rich, because we love the place, because we love the people, and because the owner and the staff work very hard to deserve good reviews. It’s as simple as that. So, our fourth visit to Bali Rich Villas – 2016, 2017, 2018, now 2019. Another planned for next March, another for the following September. We’ve stayed in one-bedroom villas and two-bedroom villas, and we wouldn’t stay anywhere else in Bali. Obviously we love the place, we keep on coming back, and we give it rave reviews every time. What can we possibly say this time that we haven’t said before? Well, after a conversation with an Australian woman in a Seminyak bar, how about we provide a checklist of what you should be looking for in a villa? That is, what she didn’t look for. Because this very unhappy woman had rented an expensive villa, she didn’t really research it before she booked, she was handed the key when she arrived, and that was it – all she got was the villa. No staff, no breakfast, no security and, when she needed it, no maintenance. In contrast, Bali Rich offers not only very big and very private pool villas, but also all of the staff and facilities offered by a good hotel. So if you are considering booking a private pool villa for your holiday, let’s take a look at what should be on your checklist. • A very big villa of about 100sqm+ (175sqm for the two-bedroom villas) with a massive bathroom (or two), some with spa baths, a 150sqm walled garden with a wall of at least two metres for absolute privacy, and a 7-8m pool - perhaps 25-30sqm in area, two-bedroom villa pools are generally bigger than one bedroom, but all are long enough to do laps. Note these are my estimates, I didn’t go around measuring up the joint. • 24 hour reception with the best, friendliest, most helpful staff you could ever want to meet – staff who will bend over backwards to help you and make your stay even better, as we’ve found on a number of occasions. • 24 hour manned security and CCTV, for real peace of mind. • A very good on-site restaurant open from 7.00am to 11.00pm, and providing room service for the same hours. • An on-site maintenance team keeping the swimming pools and villas well maintained, seven days a week. We are extremely impressed by the owner’s ongoing maintenance program and general improvement of Bali Rich - we have noticed improvement every year. • A great location off Jalan Mertanadi, just north of Sunset Road, close to plenty of restaurants for all budgets, good shops (much cheaper than central Seminyak), a decent supermarket 300m away on the corner of Sunset Road, and heaps of convenience stores within 50-200m. Now for a little more detail about the benefits Bali Rich offers. It’s a lot to read, but it may make the difference between a great holiday and an average holiday for you, so we encourage you to read on. We also strongly encourage you to write and ask us anything you like about Bali Rich, we are more than happy to answer your questions with complete honesty. Value This is a tough one – what should you pay? Looking at the various internet sites, rates go up and down like a yo-yo, and some of them are quite ridiculous. We’ve just seen a site advertising a one-bedroom villa at Bali Rich for almost $500 a night, when Bali Rich’s own website shows about $160! Of course, that’s non-refundable, if you want to be able to cancel at the last minute you’ll pay a lot more. We would say anything under $160 a night for a one-bedroom villa or $240 a night for a two-bedroom villa, including breakfast and airport transfers, is a good deal. You may even be able to negotiate paying a big deposit rather than the whole amount up front, but we don’t know for sure. The bottom line is don’t pay too much for anything, whether it is Bali Rich or anywhere else, and negotiate the best deal you can! But checking the internet, we would say that $160 or $240 is big bang for your buck, with big pools, huge rooms, real gardens, full hotel facilities, and from what we’ve seen, far and away the best value in Seminyak. The Villas We’ve stayed in one and two-bedroom villas, and both types are huge, the high-bamboo-ceilinged bedrooms are about eight metres square, the bathrooms about eight metres by four – we could fit about eight of our home bathrooms into them. The bedroom in the one-bedroom villa may be a little bigger than the bedrooms in the two-bedroom villas – we’re just not sure, but that’s the impression we have. Some villas have big stone baths, some have huge spa baths – we can’t be sure which have which, or even if the stone baths have been replaced with spa baths, as they seem to be upgrading all the time. All villas have enormous walk-in showers with a door out to the pool area, and twin sinks and big mirrors in each bathroom. There’s also a tricky thing with the wardrobes, which have doors at the front to the bedroom, and at the back to the bathroom – so you can dress in either room. Too clever. The major difference between the one and two-bedroom villas is that the lounge, dining and kitchen area is inside the villa in the one bedroom, but outside in the two-bedroom, by the pool. Something else about the two-bedroom villas that we hadn’t thought of until our daughters stayed with us this year is that the two sides of the villa are identical, two massive bedrooms, two massive ensuite bathrooms – so if you are sharing as two couples, no arguments, both sides are exactly the same, just mirror reversed. Our daughters expected their bedroom to be smaller than ours, and expected to share our bathroom – not the case, they had their own self-contained space. Thankfully. All bedrooms have a flat screen television, cable TV and a DVD player – when our DVD player didn’t work well with a dodgy Bali pirate DVD the player itself was replaced with a brand new player, literally within five minutes of us mentioning it to reception. The beds are enormous, Super King or whatever, and very comfortable. The pillows are big and fluffy – too big and fluffy for us, but that’s personal taste. Every bedroom has a safe tucked away in the more than adequate wardrobes, and a writing desk and chair, and a TV unit, and bedside tables and lights. The lighting could be brighter throughout the villa, but that’s no deal breaker. Kitchens are well equipped with a big refrigerator / freezer, plenty of cupboard space, a gas cooking range, cutlery and cooking utensils, a toaster, and a big water dispenser which dispenses cold, room temperature and hot water. The kettle in our last villa was the slowest I’ve ever known – but hey, we were on holiday, who gives a stuff? The lounge suite is big and comfortable, great for lying around with a good book outside but under shade in the two-bedroom villas, the dining table is more than big enough, and all villas have sun lounges and huge umbrellas in a big area of lush lawn by the pool. The pools themselves are well lit at night, both externally (from the garden) and within the pool, and feature a waterfall. Don’t be fooled into taking a villa elsewhere with a plunge pool, it’s just not the same – the pools at Bali Rich are real swimming pools, seven or eight metres long, three or four metres wide, with gentle steps and a sitting area at the shallow end, and 1.5m deep at the deep end. Trust us on the plunge pools – we’ve made that mistake before, what looked like a nice (and expensive) pool villa in Kuta turned out to have nothing but a tiny, hot courtyard and a two metre square plunge pool, and it simply wasn’t pleasant to spend time outside. Every room – bedroom, bathrooms, and the lounge / dining / kitchen in the one-bedroom villas – has a separate airconditioner, and we suspect these have been upgraded since our first stay. They were adequate then, and extremely effective now, making the villa a real escape from the heat of the day. Restaurant The on-site restaurant seems to have improved every year – it was always good, now it is very good, particularly in the size of the servings! We strongly advise that you include breakfast in your package, a great choice of about 20 breakfasts on the menu, ranging from Full English to a delicious Indonesian chicken noodle soup called Mie Ayam Pangsit. All breakfasts are served with fruit juice, enough tea or coffee for two cups each, and a big plate of fresh fruit – all delivered to your villa within a few minutes of you phoning through the order. We suspect if you wanted a different breakfast to order they would provide it – certainly when we asked them to throw in an extra hash brown or whatever, or another pot of coffee, they did so free of charge. Just one thing – if you like your toast more well done than most Indonesians consider toast should be, don’t waste four years, like we did, asking for well done, or very brown, or very dark – we learned this year that the correct term is crispy! A very good restaurant on site means very good room service too – the only problem being that the servings were enormous, we really struggled to finish it. But it was delicious, so we gritted our teeth and got through it all. Location We were a little concerned on our first visit that Jalan Mertanadi was on the ‘wrong’ side of Sunset Road, but as it turns out the location is fabulous, and getting better every year as Jalan Mertanadi turns into something of an Eat Street. We haven’t visited all of the eating places, there would have to be 15-20 on Jalan Mertanadi alone, but among those we’ve tried there are two brilliant cheap restaurants (Duck Duck Goose and Warung Mak Oni) within 100m of Bali Rich, the rather flash French L’Assiette perhaps 150m away, the classy but inexpensive Japanese / Fusion Rakuen Asia 250m south (by which time you are almost down to Sunset Road and the panoply of restaurants on the other side), the horribly touristy Gusto Gelati 100m north (okay if you want to queue for ice cream, we can’t be bothered with that nonsense), the equally horribly touristy Naughty Nuris 300m north (busloads of Chinese queue on chairs in the car park waiting to eat pork ribs with the rest of the lemmings – really?). Better to walk past Naughty Nuris another 150-200m or so, (on reflection, we shouldn’t be too critical, it’s worth a visit when there are no queues) and you get to our new all-time favourite restaurant, Ingka – a bit of Japanese, a bit of everything else, cheap and very good sushi, don’t miss out on the $2 salted edamame beans, our new addiction, the whole place is just fabulous, we love it to death. But if you are not satisfied with the offerings close to Bali Rich, the real Eat Street (Jalan Kayu Aya) is a $1.20 taxi away if you are a miser and you hail the taxi on the street and you don’t give a tip. But a better way is to get reception at Bali Rich to call a taxi for you, it’s generally there in five minutes or so, it is always a Bluebird Taxi so nobody will try to rip you off. Because it is ordered you’ll pay a minimum of Rp30,000 (about $3) which will get you anywhere in Seminyak – but look, even if we hail a taxi on the street we’ll pay Rp30,000, although the meter may only say Rp12,000, it’s only fair. If you hail, a taxi on the street and the driver doesn’t put the meter on and quotes $5 or $10 to get you home from anywhere in Seminyak, tell them to get stuffed and get out of the taxi – there’ll be an honest driver along within seconds! Also within a $3 taxi ride – although it’s actually not too far to walk – is the best supermarket in the area, Bintang, and the most trusted money changer, BMC. Our advice is to get to both on your first day – take a taxi to BMC Money Changer just past Bintang supermarket, change what you need, then cross the road and turn right, Bintang is 50-100m on your left, to stock up on your snacks and booze and essential bits and pieces. However, if you want to do it closer to home, walk to the corner of Jalan Mertanadi and Sunset Road, turn left and there’s a Central Kuta money changer (highly reputable) within 100m, then backtrack and there’s a reasonable supermarket just the other side of Mertanadi, past the bread shop and burger joint. But be warned – if we are talking about stocking up as an Australian, Bintang has a much better range of alcohol. The beach is probably a $3 taxi too, but we really have no idea – we’re in a private pool villa, we can order room service cocktails delivered to the villa within a few minutes, or drink our el cheapo Robinson’s spirits and mixers from Bintang, so why on earth would we want to battle crowds and put up with sand in our bathers? But if the beach is your thing, $3 should do it – it’s only 1.5km as the crow flies. As for further afield – we felt the need to go to Kuta once, as we wanted our daughters to experience Bamboo Bar and Boardwalk Restaurant, and the taxi was well under $10 including a generous tip. But had our daughters not been with us we would not have bothered, everything we need is in Seminyak. Negative Reviews We can’t finish this review without covering some of the things said in the occasional negative review of Bali Rich. Some people really make us angry. Firstly, we would have to say that the negative reviews may come from people who have paid far too much – if you are particularly stupid it is quite possible to pay $400-500 a night for any villa in Seminyak, and as we said, we feel $160 a night is value. If the negative reviews don’t come from people who have paid too much, they come from people whose expectations are too high, or people who are simply tossers. Maybe they are just too miserable to enjoy holidays, because people like that find something to whine about everywhere they go. Chillax, dudes! Having said that, some criticisms are legitimate, even though they are, in our view, not worth worrying about, let alone writing about. We cover them only because we would hate anyone to book based on our glowing review, then be disappointed. Peeling paint. Yes. From memory, we believe there may have been a bit of peeling paint in every villa we have stayed in – not just Bali Rich, but another in Seminyak, one in Kuta, and two in Jimbaran. A humid atmosphere when villas are unoccupied and cold airconditioning when they are occupied will do that to paint, and it’s hard to keep on top of it. And we also don’t think the painters are necessarily up to scratch. No, let’s extend that. Coming from Australia, we don’t think the painters, or the carpenters, or the plumbers, or the electricians, or any tradies are up to scratch anywhere in South East Asia. We don’t know how lucky we are – standards simply aren’t the same. So add to a bit of peeling paint the odd ill-fitting cupboard door and Heath Robinson electrical or plumbing connection. Then get over it. Pool dirty and green. Of course it is, but only if you let it get that way – you must keep the chlorine up, and have the pool cleaned every day, particularly if you are using the pool a lot. Ask, and it’s done. But if you forget to have pool maintenance done for a couple of days, it will go green very quickly, it will have to be superchlorinated, and you won’t be able to use it for a day. How do we know? We know because even though this was our fourth time in Bali Rich we forgot to have pool maintenance done for a couple of days, and it went green very quickly, and we couldn’t use the pool for a day. Anyway, we made that stupid mistake, so you don’t have to. And it’s not Bali Rich’s fault, reception asked if we wanted the pool cleaned, we just pushed our luck because we didn’t want to be disturbed, just like the sign on the gate said. Dirty sheets, walls covered in mould, dirty floors, sewage smell. Oh boy, some people are precious. We have always found the sheets and towels spotlessly clean, but not as pristinely white as they were when they were babies. They are being replaced on an ongoing basis, but sometimes you get something perfectly usable, but a little older. Rejoice when you get the new stock! And if you don’t, just ask for fluffy replacements – they won’t take offence. Walls covered in mould, no, never, not in any of the four villas we have stayed in – unless we don’t know mould when it is staring us in the face. Dirty floors – okay, sometimes the cleaners miss a bit – we know this because the lady half of our two person partnership said ‘oh, they’ve missed a bit’ last time we were there. What we did was wipe it clean ourselves. Radical, eh! Sewage smell. Come on, what would Bali be without a few smells? It’s Bali! Every hotel smells somewhere, at some time! So yes, occasionally a little on the nose, but only occasionally, and only a little – leave the toilet fan on longer if you are offended. Geckos in the room, the air was thick with mosquitoes. Geckos? Bali? Who’da thunk it? To the best of our recollection we saw one gecko in the room, we would have preferred one or two more, makes us feel all holidayish, and they don’t attack. Nothing like Jimbaran, our villa there had hundreds of the buggers. Okay, tens. Air thick with mosquitoes? Odd, that review was for the same time we were there, and we generally had only one mosquito in the room, which we kept spraying, but there he was again the next day. Or his replacement. We’ll say again – it’s Bali! Odd that nobody mentioned bats zipping around at dusk. If you have a two-bedroom villa with the outdoor living area, make sure you keep the outdoor roof fan going 24/7 – during the day for a bit of a breeze, and during the night to dissuade the bats from roosting! But again, they don’t attack, and they only seem to be flying around for 15 minutes or so. Broken blinds. Yes. I suspect the wooden slatted blinds have been there since Bali Rich was built, and they are awful things, notoriously difficult to use, and years and years of hundreds of people twisting the control rods and tugging on the strings has rendered them almost unusable. The good news is that there are not many left, they are all being replaced by far more sensible curtains. For the moment, if you are booked in to a villa which still has wooden blinds on one or two windows, be gentle with them. But they really are useless things, the sooner they are all gone, the better. So criticism, eh? Like beauty, it’s in the eye of the beholder. Four visits, and we have absolutely no criticisms at all. We love Bali Rich, it’s our home away from home, we always relax and have a great time, we love to be greeted by the same people every time, we’ll never stay anywhere else in Bali, and while nothing is perfect, the good outweighs the less than perfect by a long, long way. For a 100sqm villa with a very private 150sqm walled garden and a 30sqm pool, with the best and most helpful and most willing and most smiley staff in the world, close to great restaurants and a short taxi from anywhere you want to be, at the kind of price most people pay for a 30sqm mid-range hotel room with no privacy and a pool you have to share with the Eurotrash who reserve their prime poolside lounges with their towels at six every morning …. for that, we’ll put up with the little bit of floor the cleaner missed, the occasional threadbare towel, and a gecko or two.
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Response from GM_Bali-Rich-Villas, General Manager at Bali Rich Luxury Villa
Responded 4 days ago
Dear Mr Tony Barker, Warmest Greetings from Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI We would like to extend our gratitude for being our loyal guests and sharing your fourth wonderful experience at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak. We are delighted to hear that you have thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us and particularly enjoyed our Villas facilities as well as the excellent service from our genuinely friendly ambassadors. Our ambassadors would be immensely pleased to hear that the service and hospitality provided have exceeded your expectations, and your kind compliments will surely be shared with our team to inspire them to maintain their outstanding service that comes from the heart. We all look forward to welcome you back at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak in March and September 2020 - your home in Bali - for another wonderful holiday! Sincerely, General Manager Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI
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A great start to our first time in Bali. We prearranged a taxi with them so make the airport pickup easier which was great. Our little villa was lovely, just what we’d hoped for. It was clean, cool and comfortable with everything you needed. The bed had a mosquito net which is always a bonus and was comfy enough. The garden had sun all day long and the pool was great. The villas are totally private with nobody overlooking you and have a doorbell if the staff require access for cleaning etc. The staff were always friendly and even went the extra mile to bring a surprise cake to our room for my partners birthday which was totally unexpected but a lovely touch. There are a few tired looking bits around the villa like the bathroom mirror and maybe some bit of the furniture but for what you paid it’s totally worth it. About 5 minutes walk to the main restaurants/shops area but there is a lovely little place next door called three little ducks that is good for brekky or a light evening meal and super cheap. Thank you for a lovely stay, would stay again if ever back in Seminyak.
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Response from GM_Bali-Rich-Villas, General Manager at Bali Rich Luxury Villa
Responded 4 days ago
Dear Valued Guest, Warmest Greetings from Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI A heartfelt Thank you for choosing to stay at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak as your choice of accommodation. It is an exceptional pleasure to hear that you have enjoyed your stay with us and particularly enjoyed our comfortable Villas as well as our Private Pool. Our ambassadors would be pleased to hear that the service and hospitality provided have exceeded your expectations, and your compliments will surely be shared with the Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak ambassadors to inspire them to maintain their outstanding service and to deliver the best service that comes from the heart. We sincerely look forward to welcoming you back at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak for another fascinating stay. Sincerely, General Manager Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI
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The photos of the Bali Rich villa looked amazing but however this was not reality. The pool was very dirty and we had to ask them to come and get the pump working. It did start working but the water was looking very green which isn’t ideal to swim in. The mirrors in the bathroom were all scratched and the lighting was very poor. The shower nozzle sprayed water everywhere and could not be adjusted. We stayed only 1 night of our intended 4 night stay and booked somewhere else. We were extremely disappointed however the staff were lovely. We didn’t bother complaining as I feel the villa was just not up to a luxury standard as shown in the photos. Would be great if some serious renovations were done. About 10 minute walk to Seminyak Main Street.
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Response from GM_Bali-Rich-Villas, General Manager at Bali Rich Luxury Villa
Responded Jun 13, 2019
Dear Valued Guest, Warmest Greetings from Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI Thank you for staying with us at Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak and I sincerely apologise your recent stay did not meet your expectations. Please allow me to respond with regards to the Pool cleaning. During daily Housekeeping Service, pools have always been cleaned using both pool net and pool vacuum to remove as much dirt as we possibly can. In this regard, additional pool cleaning are always available upon request, and our team members are always available and ready to assist with additional pool cleaning. There is always room for improvement and we do our best to present our award-winning Villas in the best possible way. In terms of Villas quality, we do have an aggressive cleanliness and maintenance program to ensure that our exceptional Villas standards are well maintained in a consistent manner. Please be assured that we are working diligently to ensure a similar situation will not occur in the future. Once again I sincerely apologise your recent stay did not meet your expectations, but I do hope that my response has gone some way to explain the hotels side and recover some credibility that we may have lost. Sincerely, General Manager Bali Rich Luxury Villas & Spa, Seminyak - BALI
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PRICE RANGE
$88 - $335 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
bali rich luxury villa hotel seminyak
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Villa Kendil
LOCATION
IndonesiaBaliKuta DistrictSeminyak
NUMBER OF ROOMS
17
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