As well as its two spacious ensuite bedrooms, Villa Saba Bima features a large air-conditioned dining room and integrated, well-equipped, modern kitchen. Connected to the dining room via a covered walkway is the beautiful, open-sided living pavilion. The living pavilion is positioned beside the 15-metre pool set within the well-tended tropical gardens. At the far end of the pool is a shady, comfortable bale.
A large, sliding wall panel separates Villa Saba Bima from the other master villa, Yudhistira. Guests who book both villas can request the staff to open the wall panel to provide a huge garden area with the two swimming pools – ideal for family groups requiring four bedrooms and plenty of space for the children to have fun. This open set-up also lends itself to weddings and birthday parties.
Villa Bima’s living area overlooks a flourishing tropical garden offering guests a true taste of tropical Bali living. Unwind poolside on the loungers or relax on the deeply cushioned sofa, which can comfortably seat ten guests, below the pavilion’s soaring traditionally crafted roof. Living areas are fitted with iPod speakers, and an iPod loaded with music to suit all tastes is available on request, making this the ideal spot to catch up with friends, read a book or enjoy cocktails and canapés at sunset.
From the living pavilion, a covered walkway connects to the villa’s air-conditioned dining room, with seating for ten, and integrated fully equipped kitchen.
Villa Bima’s master bedroom, furnished with a king-size bed and writing desk, has double doors opening onto the garden, ensuring that it is wonderfully light and airy. The second bedroom, which overlooks a neat courtyard, has twin beds which can also be made up as a kings. Both rooms are equipped with TV screens and the master bedroom with a hard drive media player (pre-loaded with a huge collection of movies and TV series). Large open-air ensuite bathrooms feature tubs and rain showers.