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Seminyak’s Oasis on East Street: resort review

Traveltalk’s DEBBIE SPROULE finds a little slice of holiday heaven amid the busy streets of Seminyak.

It may be all hustle and bustle on the streets of Seminyak, but when you stay at one of the Amadea Resort villas you have your own piece of paradise set back off the busy road.



Named after the Hindu gods, each two-bedroom pool villa is a fully-equipped holiday home that has been designed for comfort without compromising on personal privacy. 


The fully air-conditioned bedroom and living room opened directly onto our own private pool and garden, where we enjoyed quality leisure time, in-villa spa services and romantic dinners.


Each 200-square-metre villa sleeps up to four adults and two kids, and has two large bedrooms, spacious living and dining area, kitchen, upstairs lounge and the private 10-metre pool set within a sunny, walled courtyard garden, bursting with flowering trees and shrubs.


The hero for me was the standalone master bedroom and en-suite with floor-to-ceiling folding glass doors that could be closed for air-conditioned comfort or opened out completely to create a semi-alfresco poolside ambience.



All the home comforts are here, such as free Wi-Fi, plus extra touches, such as two walk-in rain showers, one of which was under a circular, semi-open air skylight.


You’ll also find two oversized soaking baths, twin washbasins in both bathrooms, a large dressing area in the upstairs bedroom, king size beds in both bedrooms (or twin if required), an office, three big TVs and a large wooden dining table, which is fabulous for entertaining guests and social occasions.


These exceptional villas can also be interconnecting, so they are ideal for larger groups and family bookings.


With a choice of 86 rooms and seven suites, the resort offers something for everyone and also represents great value for money.


The staff constantly impress, going the extra mile whether it be for service or their renowned towel origami skills.


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Written by: Debbie Sproule
Published: 8 September 2019

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