The Hotel: Kayu Suar Luxury Villas & Spa
Consisting of a number of modernly furnished villas of up to 180 square metres in size, this urbane oasis presents a tranquil getaway. Away from the hustle and bustle of daily duties, the property is nestled amidst the tropical Balinese climate and surroundings. Though contemporary in design, the resort’s make retains the essence of its origins. It achieves through some components of the architecture, utilising wood to craft quintessential Indonesian etchings as well as displaying local artwork in its many rooms. Kayu Suar’s ideal location in Sanur makes for a perfect retreat for newlyweds and couples. The area is known to be one of the most renowned romantic holiday destinations on the island, and the hotel certainly upholds this reputation, providing tropical gardens to frolic around, quiet candle-lit dinners upon request, and more.
Travellers will be staying in one-bedroom villas with private pools and sundecks, perfect for relaxing in the warm afternoon sun. The villas feature signature bedding made of premium coils with pillow-top mattresses and hypoallergenic microfiber pillows.
One-Bedroom Pool Villa
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Three people
- The villa features a private pool with sundeck, fully equipped kitchen, flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi connection, and air conditioning.
The Area: Sanur, Bali
Sanur acts as the traveller’s breathing space from the busy city life of Kuta and Legian, located on the eastern coast of Bali. Known as the beach lovers haven with its white sandy beaches, paved beachfront paths, and friendly locals, the small coastal town is often the gathering place of travellers looking forward to a trip to the island of Nusa Lembongan. With regular boats departing for the island on a daily basis, Sanur holds onto its relaxing town feel while keeping the holiday-makers happy with its variety of restaurants, cafes, shops, and bustling market stalls.
Spend your coastal vacation exploring the island during a snorkelling or diving trip or opt for a day of cycling along several kilometres of beachfront paths while taking full advantage of the panoramic coastal seaview. Another sight unique to Sanur is the Le Mayeur Museum, the former home of noted Belgian impressionist Adrian Jean Le Mayeur that currently houses his famous artwork from the early 40’s and 50’s. History fans may opt for a visit to the Blanjong Temple, an aged temple that houses Bali’s oldest known artifact, known as the Prasati Blanjong inscribed stone pillar.