Villa Indrani Reviews


Our Review

Overall Rating:
8.3
Reviewed:
Villa Indrani’s exterior blends in perfectly with its surroundings, but once we stepped into the monumental entrance hall we were blown away by its sheer size and chic design

The villa has a stylish and neutral interior with authentic Balinese paintings and antiques adding a subtle shot of local character, while nonetheless staying true to its overall minimalist theme.

The open-plan, ground floor living and dining room space was my personal favourite.  The modern kitchen and large comfortable sofas make this a great area for hanging out and entertaining.  As a wannabe barista I was particularly taken in by the Simonelli espresso machine – this really is the Rolls Royce of coffee makers.  Simply ask one of the helpful butlers to make you a cuppa, sit back and experience the taste of coffee the way it was always intended to taste.

Speaking of butlers, we were really impressed by the professionalism and friendliness of the staff throughout our stay. I’d particularly single out the chef who was more than happy to adapt to my partner’s vegan preferences, and villa manager, Made, who gave us some excellent insights into local Balinese culture.  We even had the privilege of attending a small Balinese ceremony at the villa’s little shrine – a really unique ‘Bali experience’.

The outdoor areas are great for lounging in the sun or cooling off in the 10-metre pool.  Indrani’s courtyard garden is perhaps a little small given the size of the villa, but that didn’t really matter given how much time we spent on the beach.  Most of the rooms overlook the pool and garden, which is ideal if you have young children to keep an eye on.

We really enjoyed Indrani’s location so close to the beach.  It’s also great for exploring the rest of Bali – especially as it’s an easy drive towards the glamour of Seminyak or the hipster vibes of Batu Bolong and Canggu.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:8 Location:9 Outside Area:7
Living Area:9 Bedrooms:8 Bathrooms:8
Kitchen:9 Facilities:8 Staff:9
Value:8
Highlights

The staff were certainly one of the highlights for us.  The villa manager takes great care in making sure the villa runs like clockwork and that guests feel looked after at all times.  The location is wonderful too – close the beach and the excellent restaurants, shops and beach bars in and around Berawa.  We also loved the large guest kitchen, which is perfect if you want to do some cooking yourself – not to mention the espresso machine.

Surprises

The pool and garden may have been relatively small compared to the rest of the villa, but its great beach-side location definitely made up for that.  There’s a large accessible roof which has awesome views and which would make a lovely rooftop terrace, but at the moment it is simply pebbled and there’s no seating available.  There was some sound from the security post travelling into the upstairs master bedroom, but this was quickly resolved once we informed the villa manager.

Guest Reviews (3)

Ricky H, Philippines checked out on 06-Jan-2019
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
16-Jan-2019
Thank you so much for such an enjoyable and relaxing stay. Nothing was too much trouble. The coffee was fantastic, not to mention the "babi guling" (such a treat), BBQ and our breakfasts (thanks Bu Yani). Such a peaceful spot, wishing you all a wonderful 2019 and hope to see you all again some time.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Natasha E, Australia checked out on 18-Nov-2018
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
11-Dec-2018
We had such an amazing time at the villa celebrating our friend's bachelorette. The layout of the villa is perfect in giving us communal spaces to celebrate, we also did a group yoga class on the patio. The staff were particularly excellent, they are always around to help us with anything we needed. The were always so cheerful and smiling so they really added to the experience. The villa was always spotless and we love hanging out in the pool. Thanks for making our celebration such a special weekend.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Caroline B, Australia checked out on 05-Oct-2018
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
29-Nov-2018
Thank you to Made and all the staff at Villa Indrani. You made our holiday perfect, even better than we hoped. We especially enjoyed our BBQ night. Everyone was so friendly and helped with ideas and things to see and do. Your team couldn't have looked after us any better. Thank you all so much, we look forward to coming back again.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Villa Indrani /villa/villa-indrani.aspx Price starts at $690 - $1,120 per night
8.3 out of 10
based on 4 user reviews. Villa Indrani’s exterior blends in perfectly with its surroundings, but once we stepped into the monumental entrance hall we were blown away by its sheer size and chic design

The villa has a stylish and neutral interior with authentic Balinese paintings and antiques adding a subtle shot of local character, while nonetheless staying true to its overall minimalist theme.

The open-plan, ground floor living and dining room space was my personal favourite.  The modern kitchen and large comfortable sofas make this a great area for hanging out and entertaining.  As a wannabe barista I was particularly taken in by the Simonelli espresso machine – this really is the Rolls Royce of coffee makers.  Simply ask one of the helpful butlers to make you a cuppa, sit back and experience the taste of coffee the way it was always intended to taste.

Speaking of butlers, we were really impressed by the professionalism and friendliness of the staff throughout our stay. I’d particularly single out the chef who was more than happy to adapt to my partner’s vegan preferences, and villa manager, Made, who gave us some excellent insights into local Balinese culture.  We even had the privilege of attending a small Balinese ceremony at the villa’s little shrine – a really unique ‘Bali experience’.

The outdoor areas are great for lounging in the sun or cooling off in the 10-metre pool.  Indrani’s courtyard garden is perhaps a little small given the size of the villa, but that didn’t really matter given how much time we spent on the beach.  Most of the rooms overlook the pool and garden, which is ideal if you have young children to keep an eye on.

We really enjoyed Indrani’s location so close to the beach.  It’s also great for exploring the rest of Bali – especially as it’s an easy drive towards the glamour of Seminyak or the hipster vibes of Batu Bolong and Canggu.
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