Villa Lestari

Immerse yourself in tranquility at Villa Lestari, a modern Japanese-styled sanctuary in Payangan, Ubud. Enjoy breathtaking valley views from two serene bedrooms, unwind in a cozy living area, and cook up a storm in a fully equipped kitchen. Dive into the stunning pool overlooking the valley for a unique blend of luxury and nature. Book now for a peaceful retreat you'll never forget!

4 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 beds · 2 baths
The Space

A Japanese-Styled Haven in Ubud

Villa Lestari, located in the serene Payangan area of Ubud, is a testament to minimalist elegance. This single-story villa, designed with a modern Japanese aesthetic, creates a tranquil atmosphere that invites relaxation.

The villa houses two bedrooms, each offering a peaceful retreat. Large windows let in an abundance of natural light and offer panoramic views of the surrounding valley, making each room feel like a sanctuary in itself. The cozy living area, equipped with a TV, is the perfect space to unwind after a day of exploration.

The fully equipped kitchen provides everything you need to prepare a meal, whether you’re a seasoned chef or a culinary novice. Step outside and you’ll find a hammock, perfect for an afternoon nap or a lazy day of reading.

The villa’s crowning glory is its stunning swimming pool, which overlooks the valley. Here, you can take a refreshing dip while enjoying breathtaking views, making it feel like you’re swimming in the heart of the valley itself. Villa Lestari is more than just a place to stay—it’s a peaceful sanctuary that offers a unique blend of luxury and nature in the heart of Ubud.

Guest Access

The villa and pool will be reserved for you. There will be a host who will be your contact person during your stay. We have a team existing of housekeeping, gardener, and pool boy to make sure that the villa is in pristine condition.

Neighborhood overview

Payangan is a picturesque neighborhood located in the charming town of Ubud, Bali. Nestled amidst lush greenery and surrounded by terraced rice fields, Payangan offers a tranquil and idyllic setting that attracts nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful retreat.

One of the defining features of Payangan is its stunning natural landscapes. The neighborhood is blessed with abundant forests, rolling hills, and the magnificent Ayung River that meanders through the area. This pristine environment provides an excellent opportunity for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and exploring the surrounding countryside.

The traditional Balinese village ambiance is well-preserved in Payangan. You’ll find local residences, ancient temples, and small family-owned businesses scattered throughout the area. The friendly and welcoming locals add to the neighborhood’s charm, and their traditional way of life is visible in their daily rituals and ceremonies.

Payangan is also known for its wellness and spiritual retreats. Many resorts and retreat centers are situated in this area, offering yoga classes, meditation sessions, and spa treatments. These facilities provide a serene atmosphere for visitors to relax, rejuvenate, and connect with their inner selves.

Getting Around

To get around Payangan, Ubud, you have several transportation options. Here are the most common ways to travel within the area:

1.Motorbike Rental: Renting a motorbike is a popular and convenient way to explore Ubud and its surrounding areas. There are many rental shops in the town where you can rent a motorbike for a day or longer. Make sure to wear a helmet, follow traffic rules, and be cautious while riding.

2.Bicycle Rental: If you prefer a more eco-friendly and leisurely way to explore the area, you can rent a bicycle. Ubud is known for its beautiful rice fields and scenic landscapes, making it a great place for cycling enthusiasts.

3.Taxi: Taxis are widely available in Ubud, and you can easily find them at designated taxi stands or arrange for one through your hotel. It’s recommended to use metered taxis or negotiate the fare before getting in. Ride-hailing services like Grab are also available in Ubud.

4.Private Driver: Hiring a private driver is a convenient option if you prefer a more personalized and comfortable experience. You can negotiate the price and itinerary with the driver, who can take you to various attractions in and around Ubud.

5.Walking: Ubud’s central area is relatively compact, and you can explore many attractions on foot. Walking allows you to immerse yourself in the town’s vibrant atmosphere and discover hidden gems along the way.

Remember to plan your routes in advance, especially if you’re visiting specific attractions outside of the central area. Payangan, located just north of Ubud, offers stunning natural beauty, and you may need to use transportation options like a motorbike or taxi to reach some of the attractions in the area.

Things you should know

  • Check-in: 3:00 – 6:00 PM
  • Checkout: 11:00 AM
  • 4 guests maximum
  • No  pets allowed
  • Strictly no events or gatherings allowed.
  • Noise will not be tolerated.
  • No smoking inside

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