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      delMango Villa Estate

      from USD 295 /night

      Member since 10/2012   Rooms 12   Architecture Yoka Sara International & Arte Architect & Associates   Interior Design Desain 9
      The Original Ronny Andreas Tomé, Mario Hintermayer-Scholz

      Hotels Facts & Figures
      Member since
      10/2012
      Rooms
      12
      Architecture
      Yoka Sara International & Arte Architect & Associates
      Interior
      Design Desain 9
      The Original Ronny Andreas Tomé, Mario Hintermayer-Scholz

      —An exclusive twist on a tropical resort, at delMango Villa Estate guests receive five-star service in private villas.

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      March 18, 2015 – March 20, 2015

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      • One Bedroom Villa

        • 133sqm (1431sqft)
        • King bed
        • Pool view
        • Terrace (12sqm or 129sqft)
        USD 295 /night
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      • Two Bedroom Villa

        add only USD 94 /night
        • 212sqm (2281sqft)
        • King bed and 2 Single beds
        • Pool view
        • Terrace (10sqm or 107sqft)
        USD 389 /night
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      About your stay

      Volcanic stone, shimmering blue pools, and luscious tracts of greenery: Bali's natural treasures have left their mark on delMango Villa Estate, an eco-friendly enclave in the beating heart of Seminyak. This discreet hideaway features twelve self-contained villas, linked together by cool timber decks and shaded by curvy, white-stone roofs. With between one and three bedrooms each, the villas vary in size, but the rounded neo-Balinese styling remains constant, inviting natural daylight into every open space. Stepping out on the patio, guests can drop effortlessly into their own chlorine-free pool or lounge lazily in the flower-filled gardens, surfing the net on one of the hotel's complimentary iPads. Sustainability is a central consideration at delMango: from the Indonesian stone and recycled teak artworks in the bedrooms to the natural black volcanic stone floors in the all-day dining lounge, the focus is on local, environmentally friendly materials.

      Nearest Airport
      DPS - Ngurah Rai International Airport
      Food & Drink
      Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
      Spa & Recreation
      Massage
      Internet
      Complimentary WiFi
      Services
      Bellman, Breakfast, Business Center, Concierge, Parking, Pool Side Service

      Part of the overarching design concept was to blur the lines between inside and out, allowing guests to enjoy the entire environment come rain or shine. This organic, outdoor feel is helped by the abundance of fragrant tropical plants, which add harmonious flashes of pink, green and red to the carefully landscaped gardens. 

      Architecture

      Yoka Sara & Nobuyuki Narabayashi

      First envisaged by local architect Yoka Sara, whose designs capture the spiritual energy of their surroundings, these single-story sanctuaries are rounded and open-plan, making the most of natural daylight and warm island breezes. Each villa has its own turquoise pool and an airy alfresco dining area that’s covered by a curved stone canopy. 

      Architecture
      Yoka Sara & Nobuyuki Narabayashi

      First envisaged by local architect Yoka Sara, whose designs capture the spiritual energy of their surroundings, these single-story sanctuaries are rounded and open-plan, making the most of natural daylight and warm island breezes. Each villa has its own turquoise pool and an airy alfresco dining area that’s covered by a curved stone canopy. 

      Part of the overarching design concept was to blur the lines between inside and out, allowing guests to enjoy the entire environment come rain or shine. This organic, outdoor feel is helped by the abundance of fragrant tropical plants, which add harmonious flashes of pink, green and red to the carefully landscaped gardens. 

      Interior Design

      Rejuvenating neo-Balinese Design

      In the bedrooms, which were styled by Japanese design guru Nobuyuki Narabayashi, lamps inspired by mango trees light up local objects d’art. Underfoot, warm teakwood floors lead to the ensuite bathrooms, where guests can re-energize under a monsoon shower, or soak peacefully in an infinity-edge bathtub. 

      Made by Originals

      Ronny Tomé

      Ronny Tomé, the 41-year-old managing director of Selected Estates I. Pte Ltd, moved to Bali in 1995, and has since built up a successful business that operates across Southeast Asia. Fluent in Bahasa Indonesia, German-born Ronny is passionate about protecting his adoptive country's natural beauty: ‘We strongly believe that our efforts to conserve energy and resources today will serve the interests of both our current and future generations.’ In 2005, Ronny met Mario Hintermayer, an Austrian entrepreneur and an expert in the spa and health industries. Together they realized a long-held dream for a new kind of luxurious retreat.

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