A New Luxury Brand is Born in Bali
Villa Des Indes has recently opened their ancient doors to a second traditional style residence, available for luxury rental, in the Seminyak area of Bali. This new villa features a unique antique Javanese Joglo living area.
Following the success of the original three bedrooms, Villa Des Indes I, the owners have recently completed another 2 bedroom gem across the small private lane, Jalan Astinapura (Throne of the Gods).
Villa Des Indes I and II are named after a famous early 20th century hotel in Batavia, the former name of Indonesia’s capital city, Jakarta. Situated on a small private road off Jalan Laksmana, both residences offer guests a captivating journey through time, combining the nostalgic luxury of old Bali with exemplary services of personal butlers and top class chefs.
The skilled artisans of Java cleverly carved traditional teak wood Joglo houses using tongue and groove techniques without any use of nails in the design. This finely carved, open style house in Villa Des Indes II is used as a lounge area and is fringed by a lagoon swimming pool, allowing guests to simply step out of a comfortable plantation chair directly into the pool.
Villa Des Indes II has a separate two storey late 19th century style structure with two master suites complete with large bathrooms and separate den libraries full of interesting books. Guests awaken on Egyptian cotton sheets surrounded by an amazing selection of Indonesian art and antiques from the owner’s private collection.
Opening out from the swimming pool is a very large and spacious tropical garden (900sqm), perfect for family activities and events.
With a passion for preserving and sharing the rich cultural tapestry of Indonesia, the owners have created an elegant atmosphere for their guest’s enjoyment. One of the most delightful things about residing in both Villa Des Indes Residences is that there is always something fascinating to look at.
Having the privilege to not only view but also to be surrounded by these fascinating artifacts is a pleasure in itself. Each piece has its own story; the paintings by famous early artists, the antique furniture as well as numerous original Dutch East Indies travel posters are a delight to view.
A private tropical island in Indonesia will also join the luxury brand in the near future. Their one hectare island residence, in the centre of a 112 island archipelago, in the Java Sea, 40 miles north of Jakarta is soon to be available for luxury rental. ‘Isle Des Indes’ is a luxuriant tropical island, reachable via 60 feet British built motor sailing yacht, the ‘Raden Mas’. Another antique Joglo residence rests amongst the sleepy palms along with additional private villas for sleeping.
Presently Villa Des Indes I and II are now available for bookings throughout the year.
For further information on Villa Des Indes I and II or Isle Des Indes please contact Joanne McFarlane:
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