Villa Sati is designed both for full service and self sufficiency, for being totally pampered while guaranteeing privacy when desired. It accommodates 2 people in the bedroom and its fantastic loft provides 2 additional sleeper-sofas
The striking bedroom is fully air-conditioned when needed, while the ceiling fan also provides pleasant breezes when the doors are left open to appreciate the pool-side setting.
The room is furnished with a canopied queen-size bed, fitted wardrobe with personal safe deposit box, and a cozy corner setting of cushioned rattan chairs and teak table for lounging or an intimate breakfast.
The attractive décor features a deep purple wall which sets off the collection of shimmering golden paintings by a talented local artist.
The adjoining open-air garden bathroom is centered around an oversized terrazzo Jacuzzi bathtub, shaded by a pergola covered by a flowering vine.
The dark grey granite floor is the background for the floating teak vanity with its sculpted river stone washbasin. Colorful artwork and flowering orchids complete the picture.
The Living Area
This air-conditioned balconied pavilion is the hub for the day’s activities.
The awe inspiring two storey glass windows provide a feeling of airy expansiveness.
The teak custom designed furnishings are elegantly functional; they serve both the comfortable living area with its entertainment unit for TV and DVD viewing, and the dining area set into a bay window overlooking the ever-changing display of the rice fields.
Separated by a sliding frosted glass partition, a fully equipped kitchen area stands waiting to be used either by the staff or guests. (And don’t ignore the electrifying natural amethyst “sculpture”). Guests with their own laptop computers can purchase vouchers for the high speed Wi-Fi internet connection.
Halfway up the wood and inlaid stone staircase the bathroom surprises with its unique shower-with-a-view.
Just a few more steps and you will be awed by the glass enclosed aerie which overlooks 300 degrees of drama the ever-changing diorama of the rice fields displays centuries old rice farming and the daily migrations of egrets, swallows and the occasional dazzling kingfisher. The cloudscape is one of Bali’s greatest visual treats. A telescope stands ready to expand the view.