All four air-conditioned bedrooms at Villa Asmara have pool or ocean views and are tastefully decorated with Javanese antiques. Ceiling fans provide an alternative cooling option (except Master Suite 1) and all four rooms feature deluxe ensuite bathrooms.
Master Suite 1
The upstairs master suite is accessed via the games room and offers views through the palm trees to the ocean and across the terraced rice fields to the peaks of magical Mount Batukaru. It features polished teak floors and a queen-size bed with wooden bed head, suede panels and a Javanese oil painting beautifully displayed in the centre. Large cupboards provide ample hanging space while black and mustard cushions contrast beautifully against crisp white linens. Guests will find it hard to resist the jacuzzi bath, from where they can watch rice farmers tending to their fields as clouds sweep over the distant mountains.
Master Suite 2
Designed for those seeking extra privacy, the second master suite is the perfect romantic hideaway with its traditional alang-alang roof, polished teak floors and luxurious bathroom.
Featuring an exquisite Javanese writing chair and dresser, this king-bedded room also has a wooden bed head with suede panels and an oil painting displayed in the centre. A dark red feature wall provides a window seat should guests wish to curl up with a good book, and glass sliding doors open to a veranda overlooking the pool.
Bathing is an absolute treat in the impressive bathroom featuring twin basins, indoor shower and jacuzzi bathtub with windows that open out to a secluded garden. An open-air shower is is also provided for those wishing to bathe beneath the stars.
Guestrooms 3 and 4
These two gorgeous guestrooms sit side by side under an ironwood roof. Cream tiled floors and glass sliding doors open onto a veranda overlooking the pool. Both rooms feature whitewashed teak furniture including a four-poster king-size bed draped with mosquito netting and an antique-style settee. Beautiful burnt-orange and mustard-yellow silk furnishings differentiate the two. The semi-open bathrooms with overhead showers are enclosed within small gardens.