Umah Pesisi was designed
in modern contemporary and owned by one of the
well-known architect in Bali. The villa has a two-storey
pavilion housing the master bedroom upstairs whilst the
living, dining and kitchen area is in the ground floor.
On the left side of the main pavilion is the two guest bedrooms which both overlooks the swimming pool.
The master bedroom is spacious, has two
large glass sliding doors for fresh air circulation
furnished with king-sized bed, bedside tables with lamps,
flat screen TV with satellite channels, black-out
curtain for privacy and a choice of air-conditioning or
overhead fan. Its en-suite bathroom is cool, accessed
via a large glass sliding door you'll find a rain shower
on the right side, square-shaped bathtub on the left and in the middle is a dressing area with wash
basin and large dressing mirror.
The two air-conditioned
guest bedrooms are close by, each furnished with
king-sized bed, bedside tables with lamps, black-out
curtain and an en-suite bathroom with rain shower, bathtub,
dressing area with wash basin and large dressing mirror.
The villa has a spacious open-style living space. The
formal seating area is completed with a large flat
screen TV with satellite channels and sound system. On
the other side is a 8 seating dining table and a full
equipped service kitchen.
In outdoor area there's a
large swimming pool surrounded by wooden deck and a
tropical garden. There are 2 sun loungers for you to
relax, reading a book or enjoy the sunbath.
To have a
total relaxation Umah Pesisi can comfortably host up to
three couples, family or a group of friends
Ground Floor Plan
Upper Floor Plan
Roof Floor Plan
FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
- Umah Pesisi is located in the tropical island
and has a tropical garden. The presence of small
lizard (cicak) or gecko (tokek) is a common thing and
they are not dangerous. If the guest do not feel
comfortable with their presence please call the staff to
take them away.
- As the villa having tropical garden including it
fogging is done periodically to repel the mosquitoes