We had the opportunity to stay at the Hillstone Uluwatu Villa (@hillstonevilla) during our trip to Bali.

It was in the southern tip of the island, so it was away from the tourist craziness and thankfully a lot more peaceful. I actually was able to sleep without any street noise or screeching creatures during the middle of the night. The views from our villa was amazing since we are just a couple of minutes away from the beach. The villa is incredible, we were amazed at how huge the property was! We all had our own rooms, and each room was very spacious. The service was phenomenal, we’d call for something and they would be at our door in no time. Jenn @jennleezy and Cora @lovemicorazon definitely enjoyed their time as well. If you’re looking for a more relaxing experience in Bali, Hillstone Villa is the place to be!

Welcome to our Villa, 3309!

Getting some sun. It rains less here since Uluwatu is further away from the rainforest/mountains. So expect a lot of sun, beach time, and tanning sessions.

Be sure to request flower petals ahead of time so you could fill up the pool. In reality, we were only able to fill up a portion of the pool, we wished we knew to request ahead of time.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Being extra in #Bali at @hillstonevilla with @lovemicorazon @jennleezy @theasia.collective

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The sunrise. It’s so calm and peaceful. Especially when everyone is still sleeping.

The beds are Instagram-worthy.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Views around the villa. I only wished I had more time to swim there. That’s also where we got food for breakfast, buffet style! Can’t complain about that. I have to complain about the heat though, but that’s another story.

Snapped some of the cool things I saw at the lobby. That rhino sculpture is so awesome! Thanks again for dropping by!

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