About Villa Mayaloka
Villa Mayaloka is a vacation residence that features traditional Balinese architecture – with its conspicuous alang-alang thatch roof – and contemporary tropical design. Compact and warm interiors are appointed with artisan crafted furnishings as well as fitted with hotel quality fixtures – to guarantee your pure pleasure and leisure. Belonging to the Mayaloka Estate which consists of one-bedroom residences, Villa Mayaloka brings you fancy vacation living with a cozy and intimate character.
Outdoor And Pool Area
The focal point of the property’s exterior is the seven-meter, inviting swimming pool. On the poolside stone pathway are partially covered pool beds where you can stretch out and simply slumber.
The Living Space
A couple of steps up from the swimming pool and the stone pathway are the airy and high-ceilinged living and dining areas – laid out with seating, entertainment as well as a dinner table especially for two.
From the living and dining areas – through a large, wood-framed glass door – is the villa’s one and only, air-conditioned, glass-walled bedroom. Provided with adjustable blinds for privacy, this bedroom has a draped, king-sized bed and is connected to a semi-open bathroom with a fitted bathtub and a rain shower.
Staff And Service
The villa’s competent staff delivers regular services such as housekeeping, pool maintenance, gardening, security and daily breakfast. As part of the Mayaloka Estate, you can avail of, through a 24-hour front office, services not included in your booking such as laundry, transfers, tours, room service, spa therapy and even babysitting.
Around Villa Mayaloka
Located in the Petitenget District of buzzing and touristy Seminyak, the Mayaloka Estate villas are close to Petitenget Beach and Pura Petitenget. For more dining choices, get a taste of the culinary delights at the restaurants of the Oberoi District’s renowned Eat Street. After dark, groove to the beat of glitzy bars and clubs like Potato Head and Ku De Ta.
Maria, Villa consultant
inspected Villa Mayaloka