Voyage - Magnificent sea views

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Villa Layout

At the heart of Villa Voyage is an imposing double-height pavilion, oriented along the beachfront to make the most of the magnificent sea vistas. Here, 26 metres of bi-fold and sliding glass doors open onto a spacious ironwood deck with a free-form infinity pool, beyond which turquoise-tipped breakers claim the fine white sand. The open-plan living area takes up the lion’s share of the pavilion. At one end is the dining area, bar and guests’ kitchen and, beyond, the staff kitchen. The opposite end houses the master bedroom suite and a second bedroom suite. Stairs lead to the mezzanine level, where a galleried walkway overlooking the sitting area below leads to the two mezzanine ocean suites at either end.A separate pavilion set in the garden, within the villa’s walled compound, houses the fifth bedroom suite, and a third discreetly-placed building by the villa’s entrance is used as staff quarters..

Living Areas


Villa Voyage’s magnificent living room is open-plan for easy entertaining, its glass walled doors leading onto the pool terrace and highlighting the stunning tropical beachfront setting. The doors fold back completely for open-air breezy living, or can be closed for air-conditioned comfort. Within the double-height central section, four oversized cream-coloured upholstered sofas are arranged around a sectional coffee table set.

The owners’ exquisite taste and design influence is everywhere: Louis Vuitton trunks provide voyage-themed displays, Thai lacquerware offering bowls add red accents to the decor and richly-scented candles tease the senses while lavishly illustrated books on Balinese customs, exotic travel and the best of international interiors engage the mind. Above, a halo of oversized canvas lampshades lure the eye towards the mezzanine gallery, and a cigar-shaped driftwood statement lamp designed by noted designer Ari Saski Wekku hangs over the entrance. On the far side of the living pavilion are two dining tables of reclaimed limed teak, each with six canvas director’s chairs. An island made of teak and marble acts as a buffet, bar, and cooking station for when guests wish to whip up a gourmet meal themselves. At the back is the staff kitchen.


Bridging the pavilion and the beach is an huge ironwood deck overlooking the turquoise waters of Sandy Bay, with a 15m x 5m free-form tension-edge pool big enough for swimming laps yet with a shallow platform for relaxation. Equally evident here is the exquisite attention to design detail found within the villa. Poolside bean bags, sun loungers and daybeds invite indolence, and a shoreline pergola provides shade for two defined areas: an oversized daybed platform inches away from the beach for sea-breeze cooled siestas and sunset cocktails, and semi-circular seating curved around a teak table laden with shells – the perfect spot for a leisurely breakfast. Stylised animal-print cushions add just the right touch of glamour, and at night the area is transformed by clever ambient lighting that illuminates the palms and bathes the pool in changing colours.

A few steps down from the deck is a sand garden, where offerings are placed daily at a Balinese temple tucked under the canopy of a sacred banang-banang tree. Shaded beneath its bowers is an antique daybed and a few paces away, a gate set in the low dry-stone boundary wall leading directly to the beach.

Voyage - Living and dining area design
Voyage - Tropical relaxation


Villa Voyage’s five spacious bedroom suites have ensuite bathrooms and either balconies or garden patios.  Goose down pillows ensure a good night’s sleep – with rooms offering both air conditioning and ceiling fans.

Voyage Mezzanine Ocean Suites

  • Romantic, safari-themed room
  • Queen-size bed under a tented canopy
  • Triangular wall of glass opening onto a private timber balcony
  • Stunning ocean views
  • Wooden floors and sloping roofs Spacious ensuite with double basins and mirrors and a glazed terrazzo enclosure with a rain shower
  • Air conditioned, with the additional feature of a ceiling fan


Voyage - Gorgeous view from mezzanine ocean suite
Voyage - Master suite design

Voyage Master Suite

  • Queen-size bed under a tented canopy with leather trim
  • Large sliding doors open onto the pool deck, with sofa seating for room guests
  • Separate dressing room
  • Ensuite with double basins, patio with open-air shower and sculptured terrazzo bathtub
  • Air conditioned, with the additional feature of a ceiling fan


Voyage Garden Suite

  • Four-poster queen bed facing a small courtyard
  • Furnished balcony
  • Travelling desk and dressing table
  • Air conditioned, with the additional feature of a ceiling fan
  • Semi-outdoor ensuite bathroom with rattan and leather wardrobes and double basins
  • Open-air shower


Voyage - Garden pavilion suite preview
Voyage - Garden suite design

Voyage Garden Pavilion Suite

  • Standalone harem-style pavilion suite on the white sands
  • Queen-size, canopied, four-poster bed
  • Glass walls on either side, framing green garden views
  • Leads onto a private deck
  • Semi-outdoor ensuite bathroom


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