An intimate, exclusive-feeling property in Seminyak. Book into one of the nine residences, with private swimming pools and their very own spas, and enjoy the first-rate Japanese restaurant.
Tucked away in the higgledy-piggledy streets of Seminyak, One Eleven Villas is close enough to stroll down to trendy Oberoi for a cocktail or new kaftan, but far enough removed so that the shoppers and partygoers aren’t an annoyance. There are no sea views – or views of any kind for that matter – but the high-level of privacy makes it the ideal spot for an urban beach break.
Style & character
From the smooth walls hewn from creamy local stone to the vertical gardens to the open-air living spaces dotted with minimalist furnishings, everything about One Eleven exudes understated style. A Balinese ambiance is maintained with subtle local touches such as lobster creel garden lamps and sculptural exotic flower displays.
Service & facilities
The friendly on-the-ball staff are there when you need them and keep well out of the way when you don’t. Guests are also provided with the services of a car for free pick-ups and drop-offs around Seminyak.
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Whilst relaxing in the sanctum of One Eleven, balance is key. meditate and embrace solitude in the morning. you may wish to enjoy our one eleven spa experience and choose from our extensive list of treatments and delicious aromatherapy bar in the privacy of your own spa gazebo.
There are only nine villas, laid side by side, all of which are all identical. Shrouded behind high walls, they are spacious in the extreme, with palm-dotted gardens, stand-alone glass-encased spas, vast open-air living rooms, and “proper” swimming pools, decently deep and some 14-metres long. Bedrooms are cool pared-back spaces with puffy beds surrounded by think stone plinths (which do require some climbing skills to get in and out of), while the bathroom features an egg-shaped tub, a separate monsoon shower, and lovely locally-made “his and hers” amenities (plus sun block and aloe vera). The comprehensive room service menu, well-stocked mini bar, and spa treatments are all very reasonably priced – making it even more difficult to leave these cosseted confines.
Food & drink
Breakfast is ordered the night before via your butler, and cooked up the following morning by chefs in the privacy of your villa. There is a small Japanese restaurant on site, Shiro, which looks like the inside of a Jenga set and serves exciting-sounding dishes like swordfish belly tataki, octopus shabu-shabu, as well as sushi and sashimi. Boasting interiors designed by the famed Shigemasa Noi, An intricate woodwork, the freshest ingredients, and a warm greeting ‘Konban Wa’ – What a perfect combination. There are a multitude of other dining options in the area.
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