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Sleek & Chic | Silq Villas, Kerobokan, Bali

June 8, 2010

By Dian Hasan | June 6, 2010

An upscale boutique hotel in Kerobokan, Bali, Silq Villas comprises 17 private residences.

All delivered in a contemporary aesthetic, guests are indulged in world-renowned Balinese hospitality , whilst enjoying upscale amenities.  Just a stone’s throw away from some of Seminyak’s hot spots “du jour”, Silq affords her few discerning guests with tranquil surroundings steeped in luxury, whilst still alloweing them to bask in the local haunts of Bali.

Striving to make Silq a better establishment, Ms. Rebecca Sanares, the General Manager, is making worthwhile efforts to make it more environmentally-friendly, “It’s an almost universal obilgation to think and be one with a movement that helps Earth. For us here at Silq, having the awareness and taking steps to implement ways to save Earth’s resources, even in the smallest way possible, makes a difference.  Our staff knows the advantages of recycling: if we recycle paper, it helps save treees from being cut down or plastics and bottles being recylced hlp lessen the monumental trash problems in Bali.”

These exclusive private residences offer a contemporary aesthetic in a well-appointed environment, complementing old world Balinese hospitality. Guests will find pampering from their own private butler, a series of upscale amenities and supreme attention to detail to ensure their comfort and peace of mind.

Each private residence features a private Jacuzzi and an extended 13 meter infinity-edge swimming pool. Interiors include Villeroy & Boch bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, vaulted ceilings, teak wood poster beds, black granite terraces and all accommodations are fully air-conditioned with state-of-the-art furnishings.

Ms. Sanares also has future plans to go even further with her environmental-friendly mission, “Solar panels!” Not just in being environmentally conscious but also on an operational point of view, it will really help the bottom line as far as energy costs are concerned.  I do not know of any major hotel that is doing it in Bali, but surely in time, solar panels will be de rigueur just as low flush toilets and “green” light bulbs are the norm these days.”

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