When it comes to vacation in Bali, we love staying in villas. It’s perfect for group, it has more flexible check-in and out time, it guarantee privacy and exclusivity, and some even welcome furry companion to the property. Staying in Bali villas gives you your own private piece of luxury; and here’s how you can take the villa experience to the next level.
Know What You Want for A Private Villa in Bali
There are thousands of villas in Bali and, unlike hotels, the varieties are much more diverse. There will always be something for everyone. So, the first thing you need to do is to get to know yourself; what kind of villa you really want. Do you want a loft-style private apartment? Would you need a villa with pool? Are kids or pets included in considerations?
Contacting the Agencies or the Villa Owner
Agents operate as go-betweens for villa owners and renters, and they frequently list high-end villas. Your criteria—number of rooms, amenities, level of service, local activities, and more—are used by the agent to find the best match in your pricing range. While agents like AirBnB, HomeAway, or local ones like Kibarer makes finding a private villa in Bali easier, it’s still helpful to contact the owner directly. Especially if you need more information regarding the exact location of the villa, direction guide, nearby restaurants, or more.
Book A Car (or Driver) to Get Around
Great private villa in Bali are often hidden and sheltered from the busy main roads. Some are secluded it’s even hard for common taxi drivers to find it. That’s why it’s better to request a driver from the villa who can bring you straight to the vacation house. Also, try to make arrangements with drivers that can get you around. You can also book a car shortly after you arrived in Bali if you have international driving license.
It’s Time to Stock Up the Fridge!
As much fun as it is to go grocery shopping in a foreign supermarket for the first time (I’m sure I’m not the only one who enjoys it! ), After a long flight, you’re not in the mood to do it. Simply tell the villa staff what you want, and they’ll make sure it’s ready for you when you arrive, ensuring a smooth landing.
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Save the Contact of Housekeeper
Every villas in Bali usually have housekeeper who clean and keep the house pristine. Once you come to your private villa Bali, try to get to know them and get their number. Sometimes they don’t stay all the time at the villa so it will be helpful to have their contact handy in case you need their help.
See If There’s Any Extra Advantages of the Private Villa Bali You Can Get
With saturated villa market in Bali, rental owners will frequently throw in extras in order to remain competitive. Inquire whether the owner will provide complimentary cleaning, a private chef, or the use of a car to sweeten the deal. You might also be able to get discounts or lower rates during shoulder season if you stay for a longer period of time.