Villa Plawa has four guest bedrooms. All have king-sized teak beds, ultra-comfortable mattresses, teak or other tropical-wood wardrobes, dual reading lamps, mini-safes, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, DVD players and international plug adapters. All of the bedrooms have classic alang-alang ceilings which provide a wonderful feeling of space.
Each bedroom also has its own ensuite bathroom with granite counters, twin basin vanity basins, large mirrors and generous marble-clad showers.
DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN
Following traditional Balinese architectural style, the kitchen is located within its own individual building, just a few meters from the main structure of the villa. The cozy but well-appointed kitchen has all the modern conveniences and a large counter that bridges through to the adjacent open-air dining room.
The dining room has three sides open to the flower-filled gardens and is furnished with a large antique hardwood dining table that comfortably seats ten people. After dinner coffee in the villa’s living room is just steps away.
The villa’s living pavilion is the social center of the house, placed between the swimming pool to the north and the dining pavilion to the south.
The elegant pavilion actually contains two distinct living areas, each with its own large sofas, loungers and art. One is centered around a 61-inch flat-screen TV and home theater offerings dozens of channels of satellite TV. The villa also possesses an extensive library of DVDs. The other living area, with its large built-in, L-shaped couch, comfortable seating and Balinese day bed, is perfect for entertaining, socializing, or just lazing around.
Open on three sides, with a high-pitched alang-alang roof, the living pavilion enjoys marvelous day- and night-time breezes (ceiling fans are also there to assist), and it is just steps away from the swimming pool whenever it’s time for your next refreshing dip.