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Luxury Off the Hook

Luxury means different things to different people. For some it is non-stop vintage champagne in a suite on the Côte d’Azur.  For others it is simply to time to share with loved ones. But for those whose definition of luxury is surfing at a great break anytime of day there is Komune Resort and Beach Club at Keramas, on Bali’s east coast.

Luxury Off the HookThe resort was designed for those who love to surf and enjoy the entire surfing experience. Appropriately, Komune has now launched a permanent night surfing installation.  Yes, if you want to surf at 11pm or 4am you can share the waves with just 5 others for just $20 per hour.

The first stages, consisting of 33 rooms, were launched late last year and in 2014 the next two stages open overlooking this perfect stretch of beach.

And for those who want a little more, later in 2014 Komune’s luxury Beach villas will open. These villas will feature sweeping ocean views overlooking Keramas’ right-hander so even if you’re relaxing you can always be just moments from the world-class waves.

Luxury Off the HookEach of the twenty four two and three bedroomed villas have their own private swimming pool, Bose sound system, internet connection, fully equipped kitchen, outdoor showers, BBQ, outdoor lounge, king size beds and a lounge area with surf views. And of course, you can enjoy the view from your perfectly positioned hammock while listening to the soundtrack of the rolling waves. [email protected]

Luxury Off the Hook

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Liz Bond

Liz Bond comes from a PR background and loves fine wine, great food and rewarding travel - all the magnificent things in life. She prides herself in an innate ability to meet famous celebrities at baggage carousels.

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