Ametis Villa is a contemporary retreat designed to elevate your tropical holiday to the height of luxury.
With its refreshing interpretation of an intimate Balinese community, Ametis features private villas, each a modern sanctuary with dramatic living and sleeping spaces that seamlessly merge into the outdoors. Customised furnishings together with unique works of art reflect a look of tropical elegance where comfort is paramount.
Each villa is a stylish retreat that is perfect for honeymooners with a modern one-bedroom suite complete with a lavish bathroom and a separate living area with a gourmet kitchen that overlooks the refreshing waters of the private pool. The slightly larger Imperial Villa ensures that every conceivable need is anticipated before it is even realised.
The Grand Villa is a private haven designed to accommodate no more than six discerning travellers. The sheer size of this villa with its elevated swimming pool and smart living environment offers a privileged taste of tropical Balinese luxury.
Billy Ho is the latest offering by master chef Will Meyrick, the genius behind some of Bali’s best and most authentic restaurants. The menu at Billy Ho is a unique and sophisticated take on cuisine from Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea.
Ruby Spa offers a menu of ancient, inspired rituals delivered using modern expertise to nurture the body, mind and spirit. The elegant spa uses pure, fresh products to deliver soothing treatments, and its therapists are highly trained in the intuitive art of touch.
To ensure each guest enjoys an experience that is intimate and discreet while providing the highest level of service, a personal butler is assigned to each villa. The butler’s sole purpose is to anticipate your every need and exceed your every expectation. He can arrange various activities including trekking, cycling to coastal villages and breathtaking rice fields, or organise a gourmet picnic under shady umbrellas on the beach that is just a five-minute walk from the resort.
A number of personalised tours and excursions can also be easily arranged such as an educational farm tour, or a visit to Taman Ayun, a delightful temple, followed by a delicious picnic luncheon served in a botanical garden setting overlooking a lake. The trip continues to Jatiluwih, a world heritage site where rice terraces cascade. Then onto Tanah Lot for a stunning backdrop for Bali’s famous sunset.