Anantara Vacation Club announces new resort in Seminyak, Bali

Anantara Vacation Club, a shared ownership concept launched in 2010 by Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas, announced a new addition to their Club Resort portfolio on the island of Bali, Indonesia.

Located in the resort of Seminyak, Anantara Vacation Club Bali, Seminyak is a boutique villa development offering 18 one-, two- and three-bedroom pool villas.

Anantara Vacation Club Bali, Seminyak has a variety of luxury villas to choose from: 12 one-bedroom villas, each with indoor and external living space totaling 1,937 square feet; four two-bedroom villas offering 2,368 square feet; and two three-bedroom Royal Villas, offering living space totaling 2,798 square feet over two stories and a balcony. Each villa, with Balinese-inspired design, offers a private pool and sun deck, bedrooms with king size beds and en-suite bathrooms with an outdoor rainfall shower. In addition, each villa has a separate living area with a fully-equipped kitchen.

Other resort facilities include a Club Deli restaurant for all-day dining, plus a wine shop. Alternatively guests can opt for a tailored Dining by Design experience, in which a personal chef will cook in the privacy of the guest’s villa. Other facilities include a bar, a concierge service offering booking for island excursions, a library with Internet and board games, bicycles for exploring the local area, child care services, and an Anantara Spa with three treatment rooms. Complimentary Wi-Fi will also be available in all villas.

Over the coming months the resort will undergo a significant refurbishment, before being officially rebranded Anantara Vacation Club Bali, Seminyak later in the year. Following the refurbishment, additional facilities at the resort will include a fitness center and an activities center.

An Anantara Vacation Club property in Koh Samui

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