August 22nd, 2014 by The West Australian
A picnic on the beach in Bali takes on a whole new meaning when you've got your own butler to do the work. The word "butler" comes from the French term "botellier" - a trusted servant responsible for the care and serving of wine since the days of Ancient Rome.
December 2013 by TTG Asia Luxury
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October 2013 by The West Australia Newspaper
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September 2013 by NDTV
Space at Bali Villas is featured in this Video presentation of Ritu Dalmia Indian Celebrity Chef. On her journey to discover recipes from around the world, chef Ritu Dalmia lands up on the exciting Bali Island.
April 2013 by Ultimate Travel
Tucked away in a quiet enclave in the trendy beach town of Seminyak, the Space at Bali is a collection of villas which provide luxury accommodation for couples looking for a romantic getaway or for families who want all the creature comforts of a private resort. Staying at The Space At Bali is like having your own luxury boutique hotel with a private swimming pool and each villa has its own personal butler which ensures that service levels match the quality of the luxury accommodations.
March 10th, 2013 by Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie brides choose Bali to wed over any other destination. Ian Lloyd Neubauer reveals the island's most popular venues to say I do. Bali is the No.1 destination for Australians marrying overseas.
And for an added bonus, you're already at one of the world's great honeymoon destinations. The most daunting thing about getting married in Bali is the incredible diversity of venues to choose from. From glassencased villas with 360-degree ocean views, to botanical gardens edged by rainforest, to ancient Hindu temples that look like movie sets, Bali is a wedding planner's dream.
February 2013 by Sydney Morning Herald
Space has one of the best addresses in town, on Jalan Drupadi (Drupadi Street), between Jalan Dhyana Pura and Jalan Laksmana, yet you'll never hear the roar of traffic or feel the crush of humanity. Set on a long, manicured gang (alleyway), Space's 11 chic villas comprise six two-bed and five new one-bed villas aimed at couples, yet they're still airy and large, with a good-size pool, cabana and open-air bathrooms. Villas can be interconnected, ideal for extended families.
December 2012 by OUTthere Magazine
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Thaizeit, Thailand, Dec 11 / Jan 12 Issue 46 | Published: January 2012
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by Matt Armitage | Prestige Magazine | Published: July 2011
A tropical ambience with a Moroccan flair awaits you at Space at Bali Villas, an exclusive property that brings a little spin to villa vacationing
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by YOKO YOSHIDA (Ms.) | Published: July/August 2011
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by Sue Wallace for The Border Mail | Published: April 9 2011
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by Christine McCabe for the Sunday Telegraph | Published: August 2010
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by Christine McCabe | news.com.au | July 30th, 2010 | Original Article
THERE'S nothing our driver Gede can't find or fix in Bali, whether it be tracking down a reputable fish doctor or packing and wrapping ungainly shopping items for the midnight flight home.
I’m staying at Space at Bali villas, hidden away off the main drag in Seminyak. In fact it’s a little like a hidden palace. We walk through aged double wooden doors into a secret garden with perfectly manicured lawns that are spongy underfoot surrounding an edgeless pool. The garden is lined with palms and frangipanis and leads to a two-bedroom open plan villa.
Susan Kurosawa | The Australian | April 10, 2010 | Original Article
HOLIDAY villas in Bali are proliferating like toadstools after rain. They are to be found down sleeve-slim alleys barely broad enough for a car, shoulder-to-shoulder in ranks beside and behind the beach strips, overlooking paddy fields and rivers, on the outskirts of the hill town of Ubud and tucked into villages around Tanah Lot on the west coast and along the cliffs of Uluwatu on the island's southwest tip.
Deborah Dickson-Smith makes the most of her four days in Bali
Original Article: http://www.dayspaguide.com.au/balanceinbali.htm
The latest trend in accommodation in Bali, one of Australia’s long time favourite destinations, is the villa. A private villa, usually with private pool and five-star service, provides a truly luxurious holiday solution for couples, friends and families alike. And it’s surprisingly affordable.
BALI, AAP | By Diana Plater
Dubai and Abu Dhabi may disagree as may New York or Hong Kong.
But for sheer aesthetics, I don't think you can beat Bali. And with more and more hotels now including private villas complete with pools - and your own butler - the Indonesian island's luxury reputation is heading sky-high.
The latest is AYANA Resort and Spa, which used to be the Ritz-Carlton Bali, Resort and Spa in Jimbaran. It's been given a multi-million dollar makeover, now employs 1000 staff with butlers certified by the Guild of Professional Butlers and has become particularly well known for its new Rock Bar - a must-visit for anybody in the know..
SEMINYAK, Bali, AAP | By Diana Plater
All the cool places seem to begin with the letter, S, these days in Seminyak and surrounds. There's Sardine, Sarong and Sip - restaurant/bars in the area, which also includes nearby Kerobokan (known more widely for Schapelle's not-so-salubrious accommodation) and Legian. The old staples - which were tres chic when they opened - such as Ku De Ta and La Lucciola are still popular. But they're getting nudged out by even more stylish bars and restaurants such as Metis and fun ones like the Red Carpet Champagne Bar.
The Weekend Australian | Edition: April 10-11, 2010
It’s easy to see the appeal; Space at Bali is a well-named concept, with six 600sq m two-bedroom villas in a garden compound wedged off Jalan Drupadi, one of the arteries that feeds into Seminyak’s popular Jalan Laksmana (better known as Jalan Oberoi) and to the lively shopping parades of Jalan Raya Seminyak and Jalan Legian.
THAIZEIT Magazine | Published: Dec 2009
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ELLE DECORATION THAILAND | Published: Jun 2009
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ELLE THAILAND | Published: May 2009
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BK MAGAZINE | Published: April 2009
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CLEO MAGAZINE | Published: April 2009
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WALLPAPER MAGAZINE | Published: March 2009
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THE MAGAZINE (BANGKOK POST) | Published: 26/02/2009
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BANGKOK POST | Published: 12/03/2009 at 12:00 AM - Original URL
The swankiest area on Bali's west coast, Seminyak is dotted with luxury villas, upscale bars and restaurants. Although it may not boast the big international superstars of Nusa Dua, a lot of the hotels here offer a bit more character and a good deal more privacy.
THE NATION, THAILAND | by Phoowadon Duangmee | - Original URL
No pressure at the pool villas in this Baliness hideaway - families and lovers get garden romance and seclusion and seclusion in a famously chic beach area
"Originally, we built the villas to give friends a place to chill out in Bali," begins Laurent Kuenzle, explaining the story behind "Space" - a "rustic-chic" resort the Swiss expat and his partners at Asian Trail have put together on the island.
TTG ASIA | Published: Oct 2007 - Original URL
THREE of Asian Trails top executives, Mr Laurent Kuenzle, Mr Jacques Guichandut and Mr Roger Haumueller, have collaborated on a new venture – a six-villa resort in Seminyak, Bali, which will open in January.