Villa Hibicus

Price from : US$ 430 / night
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Welcome to the Villa Hibiscus, a one-of-a-kind, romantically rustic, three-bedroom treasure chest of a holiday residence offering the authenticity and charm of Balinese design and hospitality with all the mod cons one would expect in a modern villa: and it’s just a five-minute stroll from the calm waters of Merta Sari Beach in Sanur on Bali’s southeast shore.

Characterized by thatched roofs, antique furnishings and vast, semi-open-air living areas and a private 18 meter swimming pool, the villa is blessed with heavenly landscaped gardens filled with fishponds and fountains, tall trees and tropical flowers that attract butterflies, dragonflies and beautiful birds day and night, creating a magical holiday environment perfect for families or groups of friends.

Villa Hibiscus‘s gardens pays homage to nature’s glory and were designed by renowned landscaper/ architect and Bali personality, Made Wijaya, an Australian expat with a passion for all things Bali and a strong believer in both tradition and nature.

17-metre swimming pool is attended by sun loungers and cushioned gazebos providing villa’s guests the ultimate excuse for relaxation, while the lush, overflowing gardens and fish ponds create countless nooks and leafy hideaways to keep kids enchanted for days.

With all its beauty, space and service, and within easy walking distance of a safe swimming beach and many shops and restaurants, Villa Hibiscus is an ideal getaway for groups of friends seeking the quiet life, and especially good for families as kids will have the time of their lives letting spirits and imaginations run wild.

Villa Location

Villa Hibiscus is located down a quiet residential back-road in the historical village of Sanur on Bali’s southeastern coast. Sanur was Bali’s original tourist enclave and is characterized by shady lanes, vine-draped coral walls, sedate leafy compounds, majestic trees and a five-kilometre shoreline within a gentle reef-sheltered lagoon, making it safe for swimming, and is home to many consulates, and large garden estates of wealthy locals and expats.

The island’s first simple guest rooms were constructed here in the late 1940s, heralding the age of modern tourism. Today Sanur is the domain of well-heeled tourists, who like its mellow, restful and cosmopolitan ambience. Foreign visitors rub shoulders with the locals, chic fashion shops are bordered by traditional markets, and a plethora of hidden temples can be found in between of art galleries and nice restaurants.

Sailing boats dot the horizon, and old men in conical hats linger on the stone jetties with their fishing rods while contemplating the aquatic aerobatics of the kite surfers.

Almost the entire coastline is built up by a luxurious private residences and hotels with exceptional gardens and a paved esplanade runs the length of the sandy beach, recently saved from erosion by an impressive landscaping and conservation project that has also safeguarded the coral reef. Cycling and walking along this pathway is a great way to explore the local community and watch the sun rise. Along this path are a wide selection of small restaurants and cafes where it is possible to rent a sun lounger for a small fee and spend a most pleasant afternoon on the sand.

Located just five minutes’ walk from the villa is Merta Sari Beach, normally a very quiet and peaceful beach and popular with tourists, which on Sundays comes alive with the sights and sounds of the local villagers who converge on the sand to run huge kites, swim, buy and sell food, and have a good time.

Strolling up the beach walk from Merta Sari are a variety of cafes, restaurants, coffee shops and sports bars that offer a good choice of where to spend your time. A short taxi ride away in the centre of town are wide selection of restaurants offering everything from Chinese, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Spanish cuisine, Australian steaks and fresh seafood.

From Sanur is very convenient to explore the central and northern part of the island:

  • Ubud, the cultural capital of Bali: 40 minutes;
  • Bali Bird and Reptile Park: 30 minutes;
  • White water rafting and quad biking trips: 45 minutes;
  • Bali Elephant Park: 45 minutes;
  • Bali Safari and Marine Park: 30 minutes;
  • Kintamani village on the caldera of the Mt Batur volcano: about 1,5 hours;

Villa Hibiscus is a sprawling villa set in 3,500 square meters of beautifully-landscaped gardens enclosed by high walls, and consisting of two thatched-roof buildings. It has been built in the old Bali style of the late twentieth century. The first building is a semi-open plan house with a spacious downstairs living, dining and bar area, three en-suite bedrooms, as well as a wonderful TV lounge in the mezzanine floor. An adjacent single-story pavilion houses the kitchen and a dining room. The main house has a wide, tiled terrace that runs the full length of the house linking the three bedrooms to the main living area, while a courtyard in the rear features a tranquil and mesmerizing fountain.

The garden is surrounded by tall trees and is a sprawling adventure of tropical flora with butterflies, dragonflies and birds flitting from branch to branch, while the fishponds and water features are filled with fat koi carp, singing frogs and all surrounded by immaculate lawns. Dominating the garden is an 18 x 6 meter swimming pool, with sun loungers, a bale bengong relaxation pavilion and a Madurese daybed. Hidden in the garden, next to the vine-draped pergola leading to the main bedroom is an antique lumbung, or rice granary, with cushioned seating, a perfect shady spot to curl up with a cup of tea and a good book.

Villa facilities

  • A large landscaped garden filled with flowering plants, ponds, pathways, water features, a swimming pool and relaxation pavilions and sun loungers, and ample parking in an area of 3,500 square meters.
  • Private 17 x 4 m swimming pool.
  • Garden furniture including rattan chairs, armchairs, sun loungers.
  • Dining table for romantic candlelit dinners by the pool.
  • A separate kitchen pavilion with breakfast veranda.
  • Three bedrooms, each decorated in a unique style: one bedroom with super-king-size bed, one bedroom with queen bed and one with two double beds.
  • Each bedroom has a private semi-outdoor bathroom with shower, bath, washbasin and wardrobe.
  • The main bedroom has an en-suite dressing room with ample cupboard space and a make-up table.
  • Bed linen, towels, bathrobes and toiletries of excellent hotel quality.
  • Spacious living room with sitting area with sofas, two dining tables (one round with Chinese style lazy Susan, and one long rectangular table for formal dining), and a stand up drinks bar.
  • Upstairs attic mezzanine lounge with carved wooden daybeds, beanbags, pillows and a 47″ LED flat screen TV with home theatre system, DVD player, satellite channels, and audio system.
  • Sound system in the living room, and an iPod docking station in the master bedroom.
  • Home library stocked with assortment of books, English magazines and board games (Monopoly, Scrabble, playing cards, etc.).
  • Wi-Fi wireless Internet access throughout the property.
  • Onsite resident staff: Villa Manager Nyoman, who is also the chef, and her husband Made who is the head gardener and pool man. There are separate facilities for the staff on the property a comfortable distance from the main house. In addition there is a gardener, pool cleaner, and two maids. Extra help can be arranged for parties or gatherings (notice in advance is strictly required).

Villa Services

Villa Hibiscus is staffed by a great team of local people who will treat you like honored guests, and who you may very well come to see as family. They are as friendly as the day is long and will ensure that you want for nothing in your holiday.

Nyoman Jirnu is the Villa Manager and a wonderful chef, has been here since Villa Hibiscus opened in 1984 and she knows everything there is to know about the villa and the local area. She speaks fluent English and can cook almost anything from anywhere in the world, East or West, but just make sure you try her Balinese dishes – they are her specialty.

Kadek is the housekeeper and she is here to keep your glass filled, make your beds, do your laundry and make sure you have the best time possible – and always with a smile.

Made is the husband of Nyoman and he is the Head gardener and a pool man and he is ably assisted in his tasks by his assistant, Wayan. Just take a look at the condition of the beautifully kept garden and pool and you will see that they are well up to the task.

Robertius is an on-call driver for the brand-new 7-seater Toyota Kijang Innova villa’s mini-van and he will (at extra cost of IDR 550,000 + petrol per day) take you anywhere on the island you want to go. He knows Bali like a native but his English isn’t so good so plan your itinerary with Nyoman before you set out.

2014 Price

Season Period Price
(per night)
Tax and service Minimum stay
Low Season

• 11 Jan to 30 Jun
• 16 Sep to 19 Dec

US$ 430 All rates are subject to 15,5% tax and services 2 nights
High Season

• 1 Jul to 15 Sep

US$ 515 All rates are subject to 15,5% tax and services 3 nights
Peak Season

• 20 Dec to 10 Jan

US$ 555 All rates are subject to 15,5% tax and services 5 nights

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