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Looking for villas in Bali? We’ve got you covered

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Love Bali? Which Aussie doesn’t, to be honest. But have you recently thought to yourself ‘luxury hotels and beachside resorts are a bit old hat’? Well ok then, because villas are where it’s at right now.

Yes, villas have become more and more popular throughout island’s like Bali – they’re affordable, beautiful, and come in all shapes and sizes. And you don’t have to share the pool with strangers, like you would in a hotel or resort.

Most villas come with a pool, bathroom and kitchen facilities, plus villa staff. So you can feel right at home, with all the benefits of a hotel.

There’s clifftop villas, beachside villas, jungle villas, basically any kind you can think of. Think beautiful decor, a gorgeous kitchen and living area, lush pillows and mattresses and your own bathroom, pool and staff.

Why wouldn’t you want a private villa all to yourself? It’s the perfect way to pretend you actually live in Bali and don’t have to work for a living. No, we aren’t bitter.

But how can you find the perfect villa? Lots of hotels and resorts have villas on offer, but the best villas are the ones you find on dedicated villa sites, like balivillaescapes.com.au.

For the uninitiated, Bali Villa Escapes is an Aussie-owned company, and is part Bali-based real estate agency and part Sydney-based travel marketing agency. So basically, you get the best of both worlds.

They also have 13 years experience managing luxury holiday villas, and exclusively manage a massive selection of villas in Seminyak, Canggu, Uluwatu, Legian and all the other hot spots around Bali that you need to visit.

The best bit? Did we mention the in-house staff and the security staff? They’re all on hand to make every visit a dream. Some villas even have a personal chef!

In total, there are over 550 amazing villas on offer, from quaint one-bedrooms to massive modern mansions. And on the exceptionally remote chance that something somehow goes astronomically wrong? They offer a money back guarantee.

In case you hadn’t figured it out yet, this is the perfect website for agents who’re booking clients into Bali villas, because the staff have checked out all the villas and made sure they’re up to scratch.

All you have to do for your clients (or for yourself, once you see the villas) is fill out the online enquiry form and you’re good to go.

Just enter how many rooms you want, the price you’re after, the area you want and anything else you can think of, and Bali Villa Escapes will do all the hard work for you.

If you ask us, that alone is worth booking a villa for Bali.

For more information, visit www.balivillaescapes.com.au and https://balivillaescapes.com.au/villas_destinations/seminyak/


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