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The “Vajra” is a quintessential symbol of Vajrayana Buddhism. It is an object used in Tibetan rituals to represent the sword of wisdom cutting through ignorance. The villa was designed by the internationally acclaimed architect Guy Morgan.  It is a dramatic expression of openness to the surrounding natural setting and its spaciousness offers luxurious accommodation in its three bedrooms. This exclusive property is surrounded by landscaped gardens which fit naturally into the slopes of a river valley gorge. After a breathtaking passage through arched majestic bamboo, the approach to the villa is a raised wooden walkway through undisturbed rice fields, giving no clue to the remarkable design of the villa ahead and its electrifying views.

To preserve the integrity of this magnificent island Vajra Villas makes every effort to help our environment, from an organic waste water garden to the use of organic natural foods whenever possible. Energy saving policies will be discussed with the guests on arrival. And to celebrate Ubud’s central place in Balinese culture and the arts, Vajra Villas features a growing, exciting collection of works by local artists. Constructed with highest quality local materials (‘alang alang’ thatch, marble and Palimanan stone, teak wood, and so forth) the property combines the very best of Balinese architectural elements with contemporary flair, elegant finishes and modern amenities. The villa offers both the epitome of outdoor living and indoor air-conditioned comfort.

Between the two buildings on the upper level are a lotus pond and pergola. A serene Buddha statue dominates the lotus pond while white thunbergia flowers cascade over the covered walkway leading to the Master Bedroom, the small painting gallery and the Sawah bedroom. A plaza shaded by two white plumerias offers sunset viewing and a separate small thatched pavilion is the venue for rest, contemplation, meditation or yoga. Under a clove tree is a separate wooden deck designated for massage and a workout/exercise room. There is parking space for six vehicles.

The villa is not recommended for disabled people or young children. All bedrooms feature individually controlled air-conditioning units as well as ceiling fans to keep the rooms pleasantly cool. There are telephone lines for IDD and in-house calls in each room, as well as individual safety deposit boxes.

MASTER BEDROOM
The floor of the elegantly furnished master bedroom is made of polished local merbau wood. On three sides are expansive glass sliding doors offering awesome views of the jungle, river valley and swimming pool with its statue-niched water wall. One door opens to the timbered balcony with its built-in padded bench seat providing both a viewing spot and listening post for the adjacent waterfall or distant Wos River which coils its way through the deep gorge below.

The en-suite garden bathroom features a large black terrazzo Jacuzzi bathtub which stands in strong contrast to the white Palimanan stone floor. A black terrazzo washstand supports a stylish steel washbowl, and the shower which opens directly to the garden is flanked by shelves and cabinets.

GUEST BEDROOM
Valley Bedroom
The Valley Room is situated at pool level. It is furnished with a dreamy four-poster bed complemented by striking artwork. Sliding glass doors face the valley. The suite has its own dressing room and a garden bathroom constructed of black terrazzo.

SAWAH ROOM

Situated on the western side of the villa, this room boasts a three sided panoramic view of the rice fields. It also has an en-suite toilet and shower room with marble floor. Across the lotus pond stands the Study. It serves both as a media room with TV, DVD player and film library and quality sound system which has speakers throughout the villa and gardens.  This room also doubles as an additional bedroom with an en-suite shower/bathroom on its private viewing terrace.  An expansive cathedral window in front of the built-in desk offers a surprisingly dramatic view of the living and dining areas below. Accessed by an external cantilevered staircase from the pond level is the gargantuan Living-Dining pavilion. It is only on reaching this lower level that the unique architectural design of the villa can be appreciated. It stands three stories high beneath a vaulted, intricately designed thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars on stone plinths.

Furnished with comfortable teak chairs and sofas, pendulous lanterns illuminate a large mahogany dining table. It is also a fantastic venue for parties, receptions and functions as well as quiet, peaceful living. The adjoining semi-circular timber deck overhangs the lush river valley; living jackfruit trees grow through holes cut in the deck floor, a stylish sensitive way to preserve the original forest plantings, an architectural tour de force blending style with nature.  

Services and Facilities

Services:
  • Return airport transfers
  • Welcome refreshment upon arrival
Facilities:
  • A large hatch links the dining area with the fully equipped kitchen, where the cook prepares a range of delicious Indonesian and Western meals. Next door is a powder room with shower. The laundry and staff quarters are located behind the kitchen.
  • A further example of environmental conservation is the water recycling system that has been devised for the infinity-edge swimming pool, the heated outdoor pluge pool Jacuzzi, and the graceful waterfall flowing down from the lotus pond above. A seated Buddha statue rests in a niche behind the cascade.
  • Swimming pool 8.5m x 2.75m (depth 2.1m)
  • Air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms
  • Satellite TV, DVD and CD library
  • IDD, Local call, landline telephone, fax
  • Broadband internet connection (prepaid voucher system)
  • Safety deposit boxes in all bedrooms
  • Spa service available upon request
  • Book library
  • Baby cot, baby high chair
  • A wooden deck serves for massage. Stairs lead down to a secret sanctuary, a traditional open pavilion, known as a 'bale'. With its thatched roof and raised teak floor it is an excellent place for relaxing, meditationor Yoga.Guests can enjoy music from the sound system. An equipped gym helps guests maintain a daily fitness routine.
  • Night security

Rates & Season

Rates
Villa Type Low Season High Season Peak Season
3 bedroom villaUSD 525 ++USD 595 ++USD 745 ++
Seasons
  • Low Season   : January 9-June 30 inclusive(excluding Easter & Chinese New Year Week) & September 16 - December 19 inclusive
  • High Season  : July 1 to July 31 inclusive & September 01 to September 15 inclusive, Easter Week & Chinese New Year Week
  • Peak Season : August 01 to August 31 inclusive & December 20 to January 8 inclusive
Booking Conditions
  • Rates are subject to 10% Government Tax & 5% Service Charge
  • Minimum Stay: Low Season: 2 nights, High Season: 5 nights, Peak Season: 7 nights

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