The Jetsetter rate includes daily breakfast and a one-hour Balinese massage per person, per stay
All villas come with a large private pool
A five-minute walk from Seminyak Beach
Butler service between 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
What To Know
A six percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
In-room massages are available for an additional charge
Babysitting services available upon request
Parking on site
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Luxe villas with private pools, alfresco bathrooms and butler service, a five-minute walk from Seminyak Beach
Villa Chocolat offers two-, five- and six-bedroom villas, all designed by French architect Stephan Remini. Set on spacious grounds, with manicured lawns dotted with tropical flowers, the villas all have private pools, fish ponds and generous patios. The enormous living areas are decked out in cool grays and chocolate-browns, blending classic modernist design with traditional Balinese elements, such as wooden statues and oversize ceramic vases. The large bedrooms are kitted out with creamy marble floors and wooden kingsize beds. The alfresco bathrooms are doused in sunlight, with stand-alone baths and walk-in rain showers. A Balinese or American-style breakfast is served every morning in the modern kitchen, and there are upscale dining and partying options aplenty at a host of local restaurants, bars and beach clubs.
In the Area
Seminyak is where the beautiful people come to party. Get to SOS Supper Club early to raise a glass to the jaw-dropping Balinese sunset. This hip rooftop restaurant and bar offers guests unobstructed views of Seminyak Beach, as well as a prodigious cocktail menu. Next, hop in a cab and go to the nearby Rock Bar, a beautiful cliffside drinking hole designed by Japanese architect Yasuhiro Koichi. The following day, work off last night's excesses at the Rip Curl School of Surf with a full- or half-day lesson. Follow that up with a mandi lulur at Bodyworks; this traditional Balinese massage is finished off with an exfoliating scrub made from turmeric, sandalwood, cinnamon and ground rice.