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Who. Large group of friends or tropical island lovin' families looking for their own personal haven of luxury.
What. Villa Mannao is laid out in Balinese pavilion style, with four separate buildings for the 8 bedrooms. All rooms have ample wardrobe space, flat screen TV, DVD player and safety deposit boxes. The en-suite bathrooms boast twin washbasins with lots of space for your personal toiletries, garden and indoor showers and even an outdoor bathtub for the bunk bedroom. Views are of the 20 and 15-metre lap pools, paddy fields and garden.
Why. A short drive away from Seminyak’s beaches, vibrant shopping scene and famous restaurants such as Métis and Sarong, Villa Mannao is close to the action but far enough to relax in privacy and relish the authentic Balinese lifestyle.
Did we mention there is not one, but two pools at Villa Mannao? Choose between the 15 meter pool or the 20 meter pool for your days spent on one of the sunbeds. Next to the master bedroom is an Alang-Alang gazebo with cushioned seating for when you want to chill out and gaze at the sweeping sea of green rice paddies.
Rates include welcome drinks upon arrival, 1 x arrival airport pick-up (max. 2 cars), daily housekeeping, and services by villa manager and security.
Daily breakfast can be arranged at USD 4 per person per day.
Groceries for additional meals are charged at cost of groceries, plus 15% surcharge for transportation and chef service.
As the villa is a private holiday home of the owner, they'd love to ensure that you take good care of it too. This villa requires a security deposit of USD 1000 (in cash) per stay upon arrival.
Baby cot is available at USD 6 per night.
Baby high chair available at extra cost.
Extra bed available at USD30 per night per person.
Check-in: 2 PM
Check-out: 11 AM
Late check-out: until 06:00 pm charged 50% of the daily rate (subject to availability).
Please be informed that Bali island celebrates Nyepi (Silent) Day each year on below dates. The Nyepi (Silent) Day is a day of absolute silence throughout the island. No outdoor activities are allowed and there will be no check-in and check-out from hotels on 17 March 2018, 7 March 2019, and 25 March 2020.