The Pala, Villa Rose and Villa Marie are one of the best choices and romantic venue built on the high level of Pandawa Cliff Estate. These new estate’s three villas have a total of 16 bedrooms offering a myriad of room combinations suited to all needs.
The points present wonderful panorama of Indian Ocean, extensive decked areas and beautiful landscaped cliff, makes the villas not only suite to wedding and special event but also family. The professional staff will give excellent services. Besides, the villas also completed by a sports centre with full size tennis court, squash court, gym and spa.
Marketing Director Felicity Hannay said The Pala is absolute cliff top with magnificent views, making a superb wedding and event venue. It offers six bedrooms, four spacious en suite guest rooms are each divided by sliding screen doors to create either a living room and children’s bedroom. It has four dining areas, a spa treatment room, fitness room and children’s playroom along with the shared sports centre with tennis and squash court. “The fifth guest room and the villa’s luxurious master suite offer panoramic views over the 20-metre pool and ocean,” she explained.
Villa Rose , continue Felicity, embraces its sublime cliff top setting with panoramic views, open sided living room and a grand dining room where glass doors slide back completely to the gardens and 17 meters infinity edge pool. It has four spacious en suite bedrooms such as two kings and two twins. Those are ideally set up for families. “While the estate’s shared sports centre, tennis court and spa that are close at hand,” she delivered.
The third villa, added Felicity, is Villa Marie. “Villa Marie has six bedrooms. Offering a 17 meters pool, family friendly living pavilion and a large poolside barbecue bale. It sets amidst pretty ponds and tropical gardens with ocean views. The estate’s sports centre boasts tennis and squash courts and a well-equipped gym and spa,” she said. (BTN/ocha)
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