Our Location

Getting here is easy. See our Google Map for detailed driving directions.

Contact us by Email

We reply almost immediately. Our e-mail address is: booking@villaorangebali.com

Contact us by Phone

For information and management call +62 821 4586 9396

Reservations exclusively via e-mail.

Visit us in Person

Our address is: Banjar Cucukan, Gianyar, 80551, right across from Bali Safari & Marine Park.

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FAQ

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Answers to common questions

We’ve compiled a list of answers to common questions.

Are the villas family / children friendly ?

Yes they are! From our pool which is split in two sides for adults and for children, to the amenities we provide specially for infants and the staff who always holds a special attention to our young guests… we provide a special care for the little angels.

Can we rent a car / driver ?

Yes you can! Our transportation service is available 24 / 7 and the reviews show exactly how excellent it is. The cost is USD 50 per 8 hours with no other kind of extra costs. This means we are cheaper than using the taxi 🙂

Do you have a restaurant service / chef ?

Yes we do! We have 2 chefs who are on duty from 7AM to 11PM. Our restaurant menu covers a variety of international, traditional balinese, indonesian and vegetarian dishes. The prices are lower than any other restaurant in Bali and we did this to allow our guests to enjoy long term stays.

Is the airport transfer and breakfast included in the price ?

Yes it is! All our guests benefit of the special airport transfer and orange breakfast. The airport transfer is arranged after the booking is confirmed and breakfast is served always in the morning 🙂

Is the beach safe to swim in ?

Our beach is a black sand beach, unique in it’s own way. It’s a famous spot for surfing where the World Surfing Championship takes place. It is safe for swimming all though sometimes the ocean is rough.