Low-season prices for peak period

GUESTS can experience high indulgence for low rates during Bali's peak holiday season, with these great-value specials to boutique retreat, Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu.

The stunning new cliff-top property is offering low-season prices for stays of two nights or more between January 15 and March 31.

For example, five-bedroom villas for up to 10 adults with cots and roll-away beds for children are available from US$1700 (about $A1645) per night, complete with transfers, personal butler, personal chef, use of car and driver for sightseeing and other luxury extras.

Alternatively, guest suites are available from between US$450 -$650 ($A435-629) per night including transfers, daily breakfast, complimentary wi-fi and free gym access.

To tempt travellers further, the resort is also offering stay-five, pay-four rates during this period, meaning guests can enjoy five nights for the price of four.

Perched high on the limestone cliffs of the Bukit Peninsula overlooking the Indian Ocean, Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu is an A-lister's retreat offering a helipad, private beach, two tennis courts, putting green, fully equipped gym, pampering spa, refined cuisine and

world-class services.

An exclusive haven of privacy, Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu features seven individually designed villas with 30 metres of cliff frontage and private infinity pool overlooking the ocean.

It also features king-size beds, indoor and outdoor living spaces, poolside bar and dining area, fully equipped designer kitchen and home theatre media room.

For bookings or further information, visit Semara Uluwatu.

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