An extraordinary private villa, Senetan Villas and Spa is nestled in the centre of Bali overlooking the lush forest of Payangan.
This magical area is regarded as one of the best-kept secrets in Bali. With easy access to the centre of Ubud, the area is blessed with a tropical climate and verdant surroundings with lush paddy fields and multi-coloured wildflowers.
Owned by the Royal Balinese family of Payangan Palace, Senetan Villas and Spa Resort offers a tranquil retreat fit for royalty. The property has been designed to meet the need of discerning modern travellers with a choice of accommodation options to suit all, whether travelling as a couple, family, group, or independently.
Accommodation overlooking the forest creates an atmosphere of secluded luxury. Villas are available in one-, two- and three-bedroom categories, most boasting their own private pool. Each beautiful and spacious villa is air-conditioned and fitted with LCD cable TV, DVD player, a well-equipped kitchen, safe, large seating areas, wardrobe, and en suite bathroom featuring bath and shower amenities.
Take in garden views at the on-site restaurant and indulge in hearty Indonesian and international dishes. Everything is fresh and select items are picked daily from the self-cultivating farm. Quench your thirst with your favourite drink at the bar, or stay in and take advantage of the room service.
The Wilis Spa is a refuge of wellbeing and relaxation, a place to align and rejuvenate body and mind. An extensive treatment menu includes a variety of massages, facials, and scrubs, as well as spa packages for the ultimate pampering.
For those wishing to explore the surrounding area, complimentary bicycle hire is available for guests, and there is also a free scheduled shuttle service to and from Ubud’s centre. With a treasure trove of cultural landmarks, Ubud is the artistic centre of Bali, renowned for traditional arts and crafts. Discover local museums and galleries, shop at quaint boutiques, or indulge in local delicacies at one of the many cafes or bars. The surrounding rainforest and terraced rice paddies, dotted with Hindu temples and shrines, are among Bali’s most famous landscapes and offer endless adventures from hikes to biking and white water rafting.