Rustic yet refined, Villa De Suma hints at the grace and romance of a bygone era, with its majestic recycled ironwood pillars, oriental antiques and Indonesian curios. Yet there are plenty of mod cons to ensure the most luxurious holiday, including customised furniture, WiFi, Bose speakers and LCD Satellite TV throughout. The 12-metre tropical swimming pool overlooks a vertical garden bursting with tropical foliage – while a wide sun deck has built-in daybeds and deck chairs. The four spacious bedrooms are contemporary in style, with large dressing rooms and sleek, shiny bathrooms tiled in black granite and equipped with monsoon showers.
Villa De Suma’s position makes it perfect for groups wishing to paint the town red, but its secure estate location and friendly staff mean it is just as suitable for families. Dozens of restaurants are within easy walking distance, but should you wish to stay in, a private chef is on hand (available on extra charge) to prepare generous western, Indonesian and Asian cuisine from a suggestion menu.
For those with a yearning to explore the island, the villa manager will be happy to make recommendations for places to visit, and can organise tours or customised day trips with a private car and driver. Yet with such a gorgeous villa, and so much fun right on your doorstep you may be happy to stay put!