Villa Matahari

A sumptuous, two storeys, four-bedroom villa, characterized by open-air tropical living rooms and an abundance of light, glass, and space.

The Matahari Villa

This contemporary property embraces symmetry and exudes style, fusing some of the traditional Balinese architectural elements: like the pavilions, and the four sloped roofs, with the modern concept of space and featuring crisp white walls, white terrazzo floors, ironwood shingle roofs and decks, and high-quality furnishings. This luxurious property with 2.600 m2 garden areas and 1.200 m2 of built areas, is ideal for weddings and events. It was designed by a reputable Spanish architect and was completed in 2009.

Entrance & Living Room Pavilion

The main access to the house, leads to the Entrance Hall through two huge ironwood sliding doors, that when opened, allow seeing a handmade stone waterfall and the symbol of the house: an antique wooden carved back-illuminated Matahari, which in Bahasa Indonesia means “sun”, coming from Mata = eye and Hari = day, “the eye of the day”. The hall is flanked by two ponds with two enormous `made in situ´ white stone Buddha heads, acting as waterfalls. When bordering this entrance waterfall is when all the dimensions and beauty of Villa Matahari are uncovered to greet its guests. The living room pavilion is open on three sides serving not only as of the main living area but also as the distributor to the different pavilions composing the property. The living area itself is the central focus. Aligned with the swimming pool and overlooking the garden, it is cooled by three ceiling fans. Presiding the space, there is a sitting Buddha which is back-lighted during the night reflecting its image in the swimming pool water giving an extraordinary sense of peace and tranquillity. The living room is furnished with a large sofa, 4 large individual low armchairs, two side teak wood tables, and a huge teak wood center table decorated with a large round glass vase that the staff fills with flowers to greet the guests. Several polychrome Javanese statues and two Balinese ‘rindik’ bamboo xylophones inviting to be played decorate the area. Two antique gongs flank the sides of the living room serving as visual separators from the two large staircases leading to the Main Suites. Two large fish ponds with their own waterfalls separate the Dining pavilion and the TV & Tea pavilion and are used also as an ingenious cross-ventilation system to cool the ambiance when the passing breeze evaporates the water.

Garden & Swimming Pool

The 18 m x 6,40 m swimming pool is a stunning feature completing the symmetry of the property. The swimming pool has 4 side overflow edges working as a flat mirror over the black volcanic stone of the external walls and light green stone on the inside. The swimming pool has a carefully designed shallow area for kids of 2 m x 6,40 m. The maximum depth in the rest of the swimming pool is 1,60 m in the center and 1.40 m on the sides. The interior green stones illuminated by 10 powerful pool lamps invite swimming during the night when the magical atmosphere of Villa Matahari is revealed. The ironwood pool deck flanked by a pair of atmospheric, gas-fired stone fire bowls, which are lit at sunset, the meticulously designed illumination of the villa, the reflection of the Buddha in the water, and the moonlight through the coconut trees will give you so many nights to remember that you would like to come back every year. The large garden with its flat lawn is ideal for weddings and celebrations or for kids to play. A central, open-air lounge presents an additional chill-out area; it is sheltered by a roof and presides over the pool.

TV & Tea Pavilion

The open plan design incorporates a TV lounge, accessed by wide stepping stones over an ornamental pond with the golden fish inside, and is furnished with a daybed, a rattan center table, several wooden stools, a massage armchair, and an antique Balinese fighting cock birdcage. The wall is decorated with a collection of Balinese hats, and a ceiling fan crowns the area to cool the ambiance if needed. This TV lounge is equipped with a flat LCD TV with international satellite channels and a DVD player. A guest toilet is also conveniently located in the TV Lounge. Behind the TV lounge is located the Tea lounge. This cozy space is furnished with 2 comfortable rattan sofas and cheslongs, a remarkable center table made with the trunk section of a teak tree, a birdcage, a collection of ceramic vessels filled with tropical plants, and another ceiling fan to cool the space. The Tea Lounge is the perfect place for a more intimate chat, taking a delicious nap, or just having a relaxing cup of tea while watching the birds and squirrels drinking water from the pool.

The Dining Pavilion

Opposite the TV and Tea lounge, the Dining Pavilion is accessed by another set of rough terrazzo steps crossing over another pond with golden fish inside. The dining Pavillion is furnished with a table for ten. A polished cement built-in bar with an antique wooden Bird of Paradise presides over the area.

The Kitchen

The fully equipped modern kitchen is self-contained and located close to the dining area for ease of service. It contains all the facilities that Chef Yulianti requires for the preparation of delicious meals. Fine crockery and cutlery are complemented by a set of fine glassware for every type of drink.

Staff Quarters

A laundry room with an open patio is located behind the kitchen and has direct access from the parking area. This room, as well as the staff toilet and dressing room, are reserved for the private use of the staff. A convenient storage room is also located behind the main building next to the main access to the villa. This room, as well as two open patios, is used by the gardener and engineering staff to store their tools and other equipment to run the villa properly. The office, also for the private use of the Manager to handle the villa, is located on the ground floor with direct access to the parking area to avoid bothering the privacy of the guests.

Additional Charge

Please state in your inquiry if you’d require airport transfers. There’s a transfer fee of IDR 350K one way for one car, to fit 4 people and luggage (surcharge of IDR 50K if the transfer is between 9 pm – 7 am). The fee is payable to the driver directly.