This was our 7th time coming to bali. 2nd time with our now 1.5 year old daughter.
We have never before stayed in a Villa and thought we would try it as it may allow more freedom for our daughter to roam.
It defiantly allowed her more room than a hotel room but that was kind of the end of the positives.
Before i write anymore feed back i would firstly like to say that dealing with the company was easy and all staff were extremely nice and professional.
The alley way was nice and wide and an easy walk to a main cafe strip with great cafes such as "fat turtle, Cafe organic, the W and potato head"
The Villa was right at the end of a very quiet alley and at night i would not feel safe walking it alone, the doors had alot of trouble locking and un locking which was an instant worry.
All the bathrooms were outdoor, which in some instances are nice but these were needing maintenance work badly, every night i had a shower i would see a millipead at my feet. The villa came with not even a tube of soap and the water it self was hard to stand under due to the pressure, it stung.
The kitchen, furniture toilets all very old and look alot nicer in pictures.
The absolute worst thing for me however was the bed, it felt more comfy to sleep on the floor. They need new mattresses!
All of us got absolutely attacked by Miskito's and when we said something they offered to bomb the place but we had to be out for the arvo, which was fine but made no difference.
we moved to a hotel and instantly the bites stopped so im not sure if it is just were the villa is situated that makes it worse for Miskitos.
For the price we paid, which was equivalent to $270 aud per night we could have got a 2 bedroom hotel suite.
How ever if you are travelling with 6 adults and share the cost i guess it would be worth it.
We wont be staying in a Villa again, its just not for us.