A select portfolio of the most exquisite luxury villas to rent in Bali, The Private World only list villas that we have personally visited and inspected with a minimum number of 4 bedrooms or more. Our luxury Bali villas rental feature exclusive 5-star facilities including a private pool, spa, gym, cinema room, entertainment areas, among others. They are fully-staffed with a full-time chef, a dedicated villa manager, housekeepers, and our guest experience specialist is available to assist you every step of the way and to provide you with a personalized vacation experience of a lifetime. We offer the best possible rates. Book direct with us.
Why Book A Luxury Villa In Bali
An Indonesian island jewel in the Indian Ocean, Bali exudes the essence of natural beauty and wellness with luxury vacation villa retreats. Glamorous, contemporary, and absolutely stunning, Bali’s private villa rentals are exclusive escapes; hilltop hideaways, beachfront beauties, and hip holiday homes discovered on an island that is as diverse as it is wonderful.
Bali’s luxury villas are iconic oases ranging from four-bedroom beauties to eight-bedroom wonderlands. Each villa is unique, from chic and sophisticated luxury to soaringly romantic Javanese architecture and interiors that sweep you away to another time and space, inspiring a deep sense of relaxation.
Whether looking out to a white-sand or black-sand beach, clifftop seascape or nestled in a jungle landscape, Bali’s luxury villa facilities are spectacular. Sink into al fresco sofas, cool-off in your infinity pool, and dine under the stars. Many villas boast open-plan living, full kitchens, a gym, games room, and private cinema. Some may have a spa, lawn games, a tennis court, and BBQ pavilion, with space to come together and enjoy chilled-out moments alone.
In-villa personal butlers and housekeeping staff create a seamless stay while a private concierge and private chef could personalize your Bali vacation experience in the villa of your dreams.
Where to Find the Best Villas in Bali
What is beautiful about Bali is that it is an island of rich beauty and diversity that is renowned for its beaches, diving, surfing, and its culture. For all its popularity, Bali still retains the timeless beauty of idyllic beachfront, green rainforest, and a mesmerizing landscape of paddy fields that are quite simply picturesque.
With a fantastic selection of hand-picked luxury villas, you can choose the perfect setting and location to stay in too, from laid-back, desert-island-style resorts to chic enclaves, and cultural hubs.
On Bali’s south coast, the coastal village of Canggu, in North Kuta, is an up-and-coming resort village that still maintains an air of relaxed charm. With beach bars, cool shops, and colorful beachfronts with shopping and dining in Batu Bolong, Canggu is visitor-friendly and attracts attention for its gorgeous black beaches and terraced rice fields. Cemagi is nearby, as is Kerobokan, Umalas, Kaba Kaba and Batubelig.
Close by is the upmarket enclave of Seminyak that combines a big, wide coastline with a beach resort destination where you can find boutiques, high-end spas, and some of Bali’s best uber-cool nightlife and gourmet restaurants.
Inland, Ubud is the place to be and the cultural center of Bali. In the uplands of the island, Ubud is globally renowned for its artsy vibe, with art galleries, temples, shrines, and cultural activities and performances.
On the western side of the island, further up the coastline from Seminyak, Uluwatu is a tranquil, clifftop getaway on Bali’s Bukit Peninsula. Here, the stunning beauty of Bali shines, with breathtaking sunsets, picturesque beaches, and without doubt, some of the world’s most impressive luxury vacation villas.
Further up the western side in Central Bali is lush Tabanan, whilst over on the east, Candidasa, Keramas, and Nusa Dua are attractive holiday hotspots too.
Bali As A Destinations
The Unique Culture
There is something incredibly vibrant and brilliant about Bali that resonates with spirituality, beliefs, and a culture that is colorful and dynamic. With Hinduism and Buddhism at the heart of the island, many of Bali’s cultural sites are religious, such as the spectacular Tanah Lot, a temple on a rocky outcrop in the sea and Uluwatu Temple with its dramatic cliff-edge setting,
Ancient customs and heritage are kept alive through artistic experiences, with festivals, dance, music, and drama creating a whirlwind of culture that is only enhanced by the genuine welcoming nature of the Balinese people.
Immersing yourself in Bali’s unique cultural landscape adds a wonderfully rich layer of enjoyment to a luxury villa stay whilst appreciating the island’s beaches and outdoor activities too. Bali is a place to relax and recharge the batteries, and wellness and wellbeing treatments and therapies are part of Bali’s cultural journey too and the reason why the island is forever perceived as the ultimate Southeast Asian retreat.
Cultural centers such as ARMA display indigenous art, with exhibitions and performances, as does the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park with its daily dance shows and attractive setting.
Bali vacations are all about beach-time, whether you are lounging beachfront or are enjoying the island’s world-class diving and surfing which is what defines much of the character of the island and gives Bali a distinctly trendy edge. Each beach boasts its own inimitable characteristics, meaning that a beach holiday in Bali means so much more than simply sun, sea, and sand.
The east coast is renowned for its glittering black sands such as Jasri, Candidasa, and the long shoreline of Keramas as well as the calm waters that lap the brilliantly black sands of Lovina in the North. On Bali’s south-western shore, ‘Gu’, as Canggu is known, is a black-sand, hipster-style beach and a surfing haven. Another renowned beach is nearby Echo Beach, a surfer’s paradise. Seminyak, meanwhile, is a great surfing spot, while here and nearby Petitenget Beach are also popular surf beaches too.
Other west-coast beach beauties include Uluwatu with its limestone cliffs, incredible waves, and beautiful sunsets as well as picture-perfect sands. Bingin Beach is a good snorkeling and surfing destination; Nusa Dua Beach is perfect for families to relax with big, wide sands; Jimbaran Beach is great for surfing, swimming, and seafood dining; and Balangan Beach attracts surfers. Other beaches of note include Dreamland Beach, Ungasan Beach, Padang Padang, and Legian Beach.
Bali invites divers to discover and explore some of the most magical sites in the world, with coral gardens, colorful reefs, and a mesmerizing underwater ecosystem. Over on the east coast, Tulamben is a must-visit beach for divers, along with neighboring Kuba. Here are located two of Bali’s most renowned dives, the USAT Liberty Wreck and Boga Wreck. This is a great place for muck-diving and micro-diving too.
The beaches in Bali create an extraordinary community of divers, surfers, and beach-lovers where everyone comes together to create one big happy family.
Bali is deliciously balmy all year round, and while humidity is certainly high as expected for a tropical isle, the sea breezes and glorious temperatures create the ultimate climate for anyone looking for an island holiday in the sun.
Temperatures throughout the year generally stay at a wonderfully warming 26-27° Celsius, even during the low-season. The island’s dry season falls between April and October, with May being the hottest month in Bali and April promising sunshine-days that last the longest.
Come November, up to March and into the beginning of April, the monsoon brings the wind and rainy spells, however the sun still shines most of the day and often downpours, whilst dramatic, can be short-lived. January is the wettest month, yet this time of year, as well as the festive season, is one of Bali’s busiest too. July and August are also peak times, with the start of the dry season and just afterwards being just about perfect months to experience a quieter yet still lovely and sunny destination.
Depending on what you want to do during your stay, Bali promises luxury villa stays that appeal whatever month of the year you visit.
Whilst some island destinations are known for exquisite tropical beaches and little else, Bali promises absolutely unforgettable experiential travel opportunities. It is little wonder that this small island attracts those looking to have an adventure of a lifetime as well as those seeking pure relaxation and chance to take time off and reconnect, rebalance, and reenergize. The effect is nothing short of miraculous. Nobody leaves Bali the same as when they arrived.
Beyond taking it easy, the island offers the most magnificent diving, top-class surfing, and adrenalin-fueled water sports. Meanwhile, the green landscapes take you into a world that time forgot and into the Bali of the past. Part of this wondrous scene are ancient holy sites such as Elephant Cave with its intricate carvings. With Ubud taking you into the heart of Balinese culture and bursting with creativity, the air is filled with music, dance, and a sense of joy and celebration.
Along with boutiques, beaches, and natural beauty, Bali is fast becoming a dining destination and has some gorgeous beach-bar spots too along with the world-renowned Potato Head beach club. From groups of friends to families and couples-in-love, Bali is a dream destination. From local cuisine to fine-dining at the most exquisite tables, there is nothing about Bali that ceases to surprise, entertain, delight, and ultimately seduce.