We stayed here during the soft opening, 2 nights. What immediately surprised us was the amount of space, quite necessary for a villa with 6 bedrooms. Then again, staying in Sanur means one will probably spend more time out of the villa then inside, but for a rainy day the space is very welcome. In the evening, we invited some guests for a drink & chat, and they were all very impressed with the pool and the waterfall, and the fact that every bedroom had it's own bathroom, shower and toilet, very convenient indeed.
November is not top-season yet, but we really appreciated the quietness in the evening and at night. And although Bali is famous for the millions of mosquitoes, not one bothered us there in Sanur, what a blessing!
We loved the location, lots of restaurants in walking distance, both local (cheap) and touristic (more expensive), the supermarket absolutely nearby, just a small walk away, and the beach within reasonable walking distance. It couldn't be better!
However, if you plan to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, you might be disappointed a bit: one can cook there but the kitchen at home will probably have more utensils. Fair enough to make a quick breakfast or a small meal though.
And you'll be very surprised by the dining table. Some will love it, it's a real work of art, some will have quite some comments.More