Villa Suar Complex
There are 3 super stylish villas in this complex., a 2, 3 and 5 bedroom pad. These pads are designed for families with bubs and tiny tikes and come with ALL the kit and caboodle you need; an Australian Standard safety pool fence, cots, high chairs, car seats, kids menu, family-friendly layout, and 4 hours free baby sitting each day! YAY. They come with a hefty price tag, but have all the trimmings.
Families with littlies in need of a luxurious getaway, who can afford to have a wee splurge! There are 3 villas so there are options for larger groups (in the 5 bedroom villa). The 2 and 3 bedroom villa are next to each other, so if you are 2 families, you could each have a villa for extra privacy.
It seems you need to be cashed up to stay here!
2 bedroom villa – 2 bathrooms, 4 people (2 extra at cost) – From approx $400+ AUD per night (low season)
3 bedroom villa – 3 bathrooms, 8 people (2 extra at cost) - From approx $650+ AUD per night (low season)
5 bedroom villa – 5 bathrooms 13 people (3 extra at cost) – From approx $700+ AUD per night (low season)
*These prices are taken from the website at the time of writing the review and are the low season prices. Please check their website to find current prices.
If you can afford to splurge, and are in need of a relaxing and luxurious holiday in a quiet sanctuary with incredible service and all the trimmings for both parents and little tykes, you should definitely check out these villas. If you have stayed here or head here, I will be very envious, and would love to hear your feedback. The villas definitely look like they are tastefully finished.
Why they rock for families
The are all slightly different, but on the whole, they look pretty perfect for families as the living areas open up onto the pool and garden but can be closed and locked up at night which makes me feel more secure with kids. Each villa has some bedrooms that are interconnected which is my preference with little kids so they are close but not in the same room. They all have an air-conditioned media room which is nice to have that separate from the general living area.
They come with lots of perks for families - an Australian Standard metal pool fence (at no extra charge), the option to fence the ponds, car seats, cots, high chairs, kids DVDs and a kid’s menu. But, it’s the 4 hours of free babysitting every day that caught my eye. Seriously, in four hours I could have a nap, a massage, do some shopping, read my book, and even fit in a nice lunch.
Stuff for kids
4 hours of free babysitting per day (extra babysitting possible at additional cost)
Kids DVDs & menu
Australian Standard pool fence included
Baby cots, high chairs & car seats
Interconnecting bedrooms & all bedrooms can accommodate extra bed/s for kids
Living area can be locked to outside
Although famed for its ultra cool bars, opulent spas, chichi restaurants, and hipster fashion boutiques, Seminyak has heaps to offer, when it comes to keeping even the littlest member of your family content. Be warned, Seminyak can be full on and the traffic hideous. But there are are designer boutique shops, as well as countless places for pampering and a multitude of dining options close by.
Other important stuff
Airport transfers included
Breakfast included & in-house menu (also with full kitchen)
Cable TVs & DVDs in bedrooms + Wii and Play Station
Laundry service available
Bose sound system & IPod Dock
Tours/drivers can be arranged
Air-conditioned media room
Massage can be organised
Need to know
I don't think it is quick easy little stroll with kids to the beach from these villas with little kids from the villas, and getting to the beach or around and about with little kids may be easiest in a taxi. If you are planning to do lots of walking the streets with a stroller, you will have to navigate drains, potholes, scooters, shops and people.
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WISHLIST REVIEW - These villas are on my WISHLIST, i.e., I haven't stayed here. I have read all the Trip Advisor info and reviews (many times), and I have had communication with the William, the owner. If you have stayed here with kids in tow, or have any insights I would love to hear from you. If I have got anything wrong, or what I have said is inaccurate, please let me know. I'm not getting any freebies to profile places on Growing up Troppo.