Review: Palmae Villas in Umalas, Bali

Palmae Villas in Umalas is made up of two private villas, a one bedroom villa, and a two bedroom villa, both have a private lounge, kitchen and… drum roll please… a glistening private pool! With high walls and a gated entrance this villa is all about privacy, so you can relax and unwind in true peace and tranquility. Styled in traditional Balinese decor with a chic and luxurious feel, it’s safe to say you’ll feel like a superstar throughout your stay.

Each morning guests are spoiled with a sumptuous breakfast platter, consisting of a vegetable and cheese omelet, cooked tomato, bread basket, chopped fruit, coffee, tea AND a fresh fruit juice. All of which is prepared by the lovely, Wyan, at whatever time you surface from the sybaritic four-poster bed. What a perfect way to start the day!


Palmae Villa Review Bali


Palmae Villas are situated in the quiet village of Umalas in South-West Bali, which is easily reached from Ngurah Rai International Airport, just 35 minutes away. The two villas are nestled in and among the famous Balinese rice fields, which offer serene beauty and tranquility, whilst only a 5 minute drive from the busy heart of vibrant Seminyak.

The villas are brimming with luxuries from air conditioned bedrooms, flat screen TV, cable, DVD player, WiFi, stove, fridge, water dispenser, power shower, four-poster bed, pool and more!


Villas in Umalas


During our stay we loved the open-sided living areas, meaning the light February breeze was enough to keep us cool in the midday heat. The luxurious bed linen was to die for and most of all we loved the private WiFi connection ;) So if you’re looking for a spot of luxury and value your privacy, you couldn’t make a better choice than the Palmae Villas. If you’d like to know more please feel free to ask questions in the comments section below.


A night at the one bedroom Palmae Villa during low season costs $140 USD (£85) + 15% tax, to make a reservation click HERE


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One Response to Review: Palmae Villas in Umalas, Bali

  1. Ashking 19 May, 2017 at 7:08 pm #

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