The contemporary-styled Candidasa villa comprises three single-storey buildings at ground level. The architecture combines contemporary elements with traditional Balinese features. The villa, with open plan living/dining areas, is characterized by an abundance of space and light, elegance, and graceful simplicity. The master suite, Abhimanyu, located in the center of the villa and opens out to the living/dining area through an elegant walkway edged with lotus and melati ponds that are also home to sparkling goldfish. The suite to the right (facing the ocean) is the Arjuna Suite and to the left is the Draupadi Suite. The Arjuna and Draupadi suites have porticos that afford lovely views of the ocean and are ideal for a morning coffee or an evening cocktail.
All three bedroom suites are spacious, well-lit, and fully air-conditioned. Two bedroom suites have king-sized beds and one bedroom has twin beds. They are furnished with an armchair, elegant side tables, and table lamps. Each bedroom suite is equipped with a flat-screen TV and DVD player. Wireless internet is available throughout the Candidasa villa. The Master Suite Abhimanyu is also equipped with cable TV and comes with an additional desk and chair. All bedrooms have gleaming timber floors, and are equipped with safe deposit boxes. Rollaway beds are also available on request. There is a fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities (washer and dryer) are available on-site. All suites are tastefully furnished with subtle and elegant artwork.
Each suite has a dressing area with a walk in wardrobe with ample storage space and drawers. Sliding glass doors in each bedroom provide direct access to the living/dining area, which is positioned centrally between the three suites. All the en-suite bathrooms are fashioned in cream palimanan stone and beige marble with oversize terrazzo bathtubs and well-lit double vanity units complete with wall mirrors and twin washbasins. Toilets and raindrop showers are positioned in separate cubicles. Every bathroom has luxury toiletries from Sensatia.