Villa Infinity Reviews


Our Review

Overall Rating:
8.6
Reviewed:
13-Sep-2010

The beauty of this villa is the size, (and of course the views). Everything about it is huge and it is totally geared up for large groups of people, weddings and parties, with an extensive sound system (complete with hidden speakers that extend through the garden) and a highly professional kitchen with five-star cuisine prepared by two chefs. The U-shaped sofa in the living pavilion can accommodate 22 people, while the dormitory can accommodate 12 kids or, alternatively, the same number of adult guests who need to bunk down for the night. Note: although this room is not really suitable for adults, guests at events and weddings can sleep here for an additional fee. There were just two of us staying at Infinity, so we felt a bit lost lazing by the large pool all by ourselves. Still, it is a beautiful sprawling expanse of lawn and beautiful architecture so we got over that concern pretty quickly and got into the sheer amount of space available to us by imagining the stellar events that must take place here. An early morning swim is a must, especially as the pool is the warmest we have encountered. Mornings at Infinity are also a time of spectacular beauty with birds singing and crickets chirping; you can see the volcanic backbone of Bali on the horizon and watch the farmers out in their fields tending their crops. Just stunning!

Individual Scores:

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

First and foremost, the staff and the two chefs are a real credit to this villa. With sleeping accommodation for 26 (extra cost for adults staying in the bunk room) there are no worries about friends driving home from the party, and what a party you could hold here! The view and the rolling gardens are a delight, while romantically-inclined couples will be fighting over the honeymoon-style bedroom in the traditional wooden house beside the river. Alternatively, the open-air bathtubs in the garden bathrooms of the master bedroom and bedrooms 2 and 3 are a romantic treat.

Surprises

We found the preponderance of reflection from the white Palimanan stone a bit overpowering and this, combined with the abundance of glass and the heat of the sun, caused the villa to get rather hot - although the bedrooms, of course, are all air conditioned. The bunk room is pretty much just that, a dormitory to bunk down in, which lacks the attractive décor of the other bedrooms, has only a small TV and – even more challenging – only one bathroom and toilet (although there is a guest washroom with two toilets located close by).

Villa Infinity /villa/villa-infinity.aspx Price starts at $1,600 - $2,300 per night
8.6 out of 10
based on 1 user reviews. The beauty of this villa is the size, (and of course the views). Everything about it is huge and it is totally geared up for large groups of people, weddings and parties, with an extensive sound system (complete with hidden speakers that extend through the garden) and a highly professional kitchen with five-star cuisine prepared by two chefs. The U-shaped sofa in the living pavilion can accommodate 22 people, while the dormitory can accommodate 12 kids or, alternatively, the same number of adult guests who need to bunk down for the night. Note: although this room is not really suitable for adults, guests at events and weddings can sleep here for an additional fee. There were just two of us staying at Infinity, so we felt a bit lost lazing by the large pool all by ourselves. Still, it is a beautiful sprawling expanse of lawn and beautiful architecture so we got over that concern pretty quickly and got into the sheer amount of space available to us by imagining the stellar events that must take place here. An early morning swim is a must, especially as the pool is the warmest we have encountered. Mornings at Infinity are also a time of spectacular beauty with birds singing and crickets chirping; you can see the volcanic backbone of Bali on the horizon and watch the farmers out in their fields tending their crops. Just stunning!

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