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The Viceroy Bali

Posted: Saturday, September 08, 2012
The Viceroy Bali
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  • The Viceroy Bali
  • The Viceroy Bali - Main Pool Restaurant
  • The Viceroy Bali - Villa Living Room
  • The Viceroy Bali - Terrace Villa Bale Pool
  • The Viceroy Bali - Villa Pool
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When the alluring sirens of Indonesia call, many find their voices lead straight to the Viceroy Bali. An Aussie-family owned and operated resort in Ubud, Bali's "Valley of the Kings", the Viceroy's 25 private pool villas interspersed amidst an opulent, yet secluded, property certainly treat guests as if they are no less than regal and majestic. Privacy and comfort are key to the Viceroy's established excellence, and the resort enjoys its status amongst "sophisticated international travelers" as an unparalleled secret tropical getaway.

Viceroy Bali Accommodations

All villas enjoy over 1,500 square feet of respite filled with open spaces, clean decor, king size beds, and the latest in electronic amenities. Private pools and relaxing outdoor spaces, each with stunning valley views, melt away the stress of life outside of vacation, replacing it with a sense of peace, serenity, and hint of what life could be like if it were run under the tutelage of the Viceroy.

Rate and reservation inquiries can be made online, though booking should be done through the Viceroy reservation department.

Viceroy Bali Facilities & Amenities

Extensive grounds mean extensive perks to those who traverse them. Meander through immaculate emerald greens and tropical forests to the Viceroy's tranquil Lembah Spa, a treatment haven overlooking the Petanu River gorge that mingles Western and Asian with traditional Balinese wellness techniques and practices. Or work up a pre-pampering sweat lifting weights, shopping bags, or books at the resort's fitness center, clothing and gift boutique, and guest library. Even the Viceroy's two-tier lobby drops jaws upon arrival with its soaring thatched roof and hand-carved, 30-foot wide dance scene--an official announcement that the good times are about to roll. Explore the full menu of resort facilities and amenities here.

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