Desamuda Village
Desamuda Village

Wishing to feel the real atmosphere of Bali? Once upon a time, you can try the convenient stay at Desamuda Village, an accommodation in the form of a villa located on Jalan Raya Basangkasa No.30A, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung district. It is located in the heart of Seminyak, about 35 minutes’ drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, very close to various shopping malls and entertainment centers and only about 10 minutes from the beach.

Desamuda Village has 28 villas consisting of the one-bedroom villa, two-bedroom villa, three-bedroom villa, and deluxe pool villa or often called honeymoon villa. All villa units have a beautiful garden. Each villa offers a kitchenette and private bathroom coming with shower facilities and a bathtub while some villas have a private pool. Staying in the room will really feel comfortable because it has a flat-screen TV and DVD player.

The atmosphere of the villas is cool and beautiful. Various rare tropical plants functioned as shady plants can create a sense of beauty. Modern Balinese-style architecture and décor come with a thatched roof. Although each villa has a compound wall, all dwellers will feel like in one family. It is inseparable from the intelligence of villa employees and staff in providing services.

Desamuda VillageIf wishing to maintain wellness, guests can take advantage of spa services, a gazebo and two outdoor pools to relax. When relaxing, simply take advantage of Ricetable Restaurant offering a variety of Indonesian, Asian and European dishes. For those who like drinking, they can enjoy various drinks at the bar as well as free Wi-Fi access. “We are also ready to provide airport transfer for free as well as free drop off services from Seminyak to Kuta area,” said General Manager, Bayu P. Hermani.

Staying at Desamuda Village, guests will feel the nuances of a strong Eastern culture. Each room is decorated with traditional and modern paintings. Especially in the lobby area, there is a Javanese puppet in combination with Balinese paintings. “We deliberately highlight the Indonesian arts. By that way, in-house guests will really feel if they are in Bali and Indonesia in general,” he added.

Bayu P. Hermani said that Desamuda Village is targeting the Australian market, but remains open to other markets. Today, the Australian market dominates, about 60 percent, while the rest comes from Korea, Japan, China, India, and other countries. This villa prepares Laundry & Dry Cleaning Service in cooperation with third parties. “We have repeated guests from Australia. They usually come every three months, or four months or once a year,” he explained.

Meanwhile, the relationship of the villa to the surrounding environment, added Bayu P. Hermani, runs very well. Moreover, some local people are the villa employees, so that the local cultural character stays to be well maintained. “We always work with local people, both in maintaining the environment and the villa itself,” he concluded.


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