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Villa Samuan is a unique retreat that combines a serene atmosphere with a sense of proper indulgence. The villa offers a stylish and inspirational setting, backed-up by a team of excellent staff who will make you experience genuine Balinese hospitality. A stay in Villa Samuan will help you rest your mind and soul in an effortless and comfortable manner.

The villa is decorated in a distinctive East-meets-West style. Surrounded by the lush greens of our large garden, you will most likely forget that you are located right in the center of vibrant Seminyak.

Villa Samuan consists of two separate properties, offering a total of five tastefully decorated bedrooms. The villa can be rented as a whole, but is also suitable for smaller families who wish to rent a two- or three-bedroom combination.



Location

Seminyak: a perfect blend of tranquility and urban vigor

Villa Bali Samuan is situated in the center of Seminyak, a vibrant locality with a cosmopolitan feel. Despite its central location, the direct surroundings of the villa are green and quiet. With its safe and friendly character, Seminyak is the ideal spot for everybody wanting to enjoy a carefree holiday.

An outstanding range of lush restaurants, trendy cafés, chic clubs and exclusive boutiques can be found within a mere five-minute walk, as well as the alluring Oberoi beach.

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Pura Samuan Tiga: a source of inspiration

Villa Bali Samuan derived its name from Pura Samuan Tiga, an extraordinary temple located in Bedulu. Flanked by two rivers and the gorgeous greens of inland Bali, the temple is considered a meeting place for gods and saints. Sacred trees provide shelter from the sun, creating a wonderfully tranquil environment.

This very place served as a main source of inspiration for Villa Bali Samuan and lent the retreat its name. The literal meaning of Samuan – meeting – captures the spirit of the villa, that we consider the perfect place for a get-together with those close to you. The villa’s architecture and furnishing are intended to create an atmosphere similar to that of the temple, fit for reflection and tranquility.



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