Villa Nora is a Balinese inspired design with its own private meditation platform. For your entertainment there is a spectacular 25 metre infinity pool overlooking both the gorge between Villa Chintamani and the ocean. With an oversized bale on the cliff edge for your relaxation it provides180 degree views of the Indian Ocean. All bedrooms are individually housed with their own outdoor seating and decking. The ocean view Master bedroom has its own plunge pool. Villa Nora and Villa Chintamani are the perfect partners for a larger party or corporate escape. Able to be accessed by a meandering garden path and accommodating up to twenty guests. THE RESORT: With magnificent panoramic ocean views and seven unique, oversized and architecturally refined five bedroom villas nestled into 7.5 hectares of perfectly manicured tropical gardens, Semara Luxury Villa Resort is very much a place for the dedicated few. A sanctuary of unparalleled luxury, each of Semara's seven breathtaking villas offers an exclusive haven of privacy with 30 meters of cliff frontage and private swimming pools overlooking the ocean. These very special villas offer a selection of unique and flexible holiday solutions for extended families, large groups of friends and special occasions such as corporate events and launches, weddings, birthday and anniversary celebrations. Surrender to infinite relaxation as Semara's signature service welcomes you with the warm embrace of its proud, intuitive and loving service that the Balinese people have become reknown worldwide to offer. Your every desire is warmly and seamlessly catered for allowing you to enjoy the spoils of personalised comfort while surrendering to Mother Nature at her breathtaking best.. Whether it's reveling in the comfort of your exclusive villa, tantalising your taste buds at Selatan restaurant or enjoying a playful day of water-sports on the white sands of Finn's beach club, Semara Uluwatu is where memories are made. Semara Luxury Villa Resort is a combination of seven individually architecturally designed villas in the one estate. The estate offers private villa living, complete with a personal dedicated butler. Guests can celebrate in the knowledge they receive the luxury of privacy and personal service in a beautiful location. The resort grounds are gorgeous offering many amenities to enjoy. There are swimming pools at each villa and one near the bar where guests can relax and enjoy a cocktail as they cool off. There are tennis courts, a putting green, a heli pad, restaurant and bar options and the ultimate indulgence a private beach club - Finn's. Each villa is unique with its own design and architectural style. Every villa has five bedrooms, each with huge ensuite, walk in robe and exterior private bathing, garden or in some cases a swimming pool. In addition each villa has an extensive landscaped garden, large main swimming pool and living areas all set to take advantage of the amazing cliff edge view along the coastline. The location is simply amazing.. All the villas, and in fact the whole complex, enjoy breathtaking cliff top views over the Indian Ocean. Due to the clever design the resort suits many different groups, such as families, friends, corporate groups on incentive getaways, wedding groups and much more. Each villa has 5 bedrooms (everybody gets a master bedroom & ensuite) so they are perfect for 5 couples to share, a family, or corporate group as the bedrooms are quite private from each other. This combination means our resort perfectly suits both short or longer stays. We have a 10 bedroom option (which sleeps 20) for larger groups and of course we do offer the single suite option. In this instance individuals or couples can elect to stay in a suite within a villa and share the facilities as if it is a mini resort within the resort. LOCATION: Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu is located approximately 15 kms south of Ngurah Rai International Airport in an area commonly referred to as 'The Bukit'. The resort is located on the southernmost tip of the island of Bali, perched high above the Indian ocean on the white limestone cliffs of Uluwatu.