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Villa Availability

Ambalama Villa Bali is available for booking on a full villa basis or by individual suites in the Regular season (subject to villa management agreement). Check in/out times are 12 noon/1400 hours but we try to be flexible since many of you arrive after a long journey.

Special Deals and Packages

We are offering a variety of special deals and packages to suit your needs.Currently we are offering exceptional deals for one month stays either on partial or full villa basis. Please enquire for details.

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Our Rates

All rates are in USD and are subject to 10% tax and 5% service charge.

Regular Season

Guest Bedroom – $150
Guest Villa – $185
Master Villa – $295
Entire Villa – $1025

Low Dates
5 Jan – 31 May
1 Nov – 18 Dec

High Season

Guest Bedroom – $165
Guest Villa – $225
Master Villa – $350
Entire Villa – $1300

High Dates
New Year
Lunar New Year
Easter Week
1 Jun – 31 Oct

10 years experience
Featured in Silverkris
5 star rated villa
Villa designed by award winning architect
Individually Owned and Operated

Tripadvisor Reviews

What Can I say: beautifully carved architecture combined with spot-on staff service! Tranquility at it’s best! The villa is so beautiful and functional. Provides privacy when you need and at the same time, lots of space for you to hang out with your loved ones. I couldn’t praise enough this place. I so much loved my time here that I’ll will be coming back in a months time.
The one thing that really sets this villa aside is the staff, the service is outstanding, they are barely visible making you feel like you have the place to yourself, however they are always there when you need them. Ayu and the rest of the staff have made the entire stay very memorable and incredibly relaxing.
Villa Guest
Paradise is a much overused word but Ambalama is indeed a paradise. The invitation extended by the beautifully designed website manages somehow to fall short as it attempts to say: Welcome to Heaven on Earth. With Balinese style, the well thought out neo-modernist architecture respectfully divides the earthly from the divine and the public from the private. Giant wooden louvred screens, columns of stone and wood, pavements and platforms, courtyards and terraces all conspire to echo the surrounding landscapes and to reveal fresh perspectives that suggest the mood of paradise.
Devon, United Kingdom