The Apurva Kempinski Bali has launched a collection of 43 private villas, located in tropical gardens on the clifftops of Nusa Dua. Named after the kingdoms that once ruled over Indonesia, each of the two-story villas (ranging from one to three bedrooms), affords complete privacy and indoor-outdoor living spaces.
All of the villas offer private plunge pools and outdoor terraces, while the larger options also have kitchens and rooftop dining areas. Interiors are finished with rattan bamboo furniture, woven Sumba textiles and handmade woodcarvings from Bali and Java.
Named after the kingdom that in the 13th-Century, the Singhasari One-Bedroom Villas have nearly 2,200 square feet of living space that’s best suited for couples, with a private pool and terrace on the ground floor and a king-sized bedroom and outdoor rain shower upstairs.
Sriwijaya Two-Bedroom Villas range from 2,150 to 5,000 square feet, with an additional twin bedroom and a rooftop lounge and dining area, while the Majapahit Three-Bedroom Villas open out onto their own tropical gardens, with private kitchens, spacious outdoor living area and room for six adults and three children to sleep. The latter villas range from 6,800 to 9,600 square feet.
Set on the water, adjacent to the Apurva Wedding Chapel, the three-bedroom Nusantara Presidential Villa is the top villa, with 15,000 square feet of space. It has a master suite, living area and swimming pool on the ground floor and two additional bedrooms and a smaller infinity pool on the upper level. Note: Because of its self-contained facilities and quick access to the Apurva Wedding Chapel, the Nusantara Presidential Villa can host a wedding reception or private event.
Vincent Guironnet is the general manager. In total, there are 475 rooms, suites and villas, six dining outlets, a spa and a collection of versatile meetings and events spaces.