Relax and unwind in your own private villa, Sea La Vie is a stylish and tranquil oasis tucked away on an idyllic tropical island Gili Meno. Enjoy your time chilling in your private pool or explore the islands amazing snorkelling sites.
The villa itself is made up by two double bedrooms with en suite and partly open-air bathrooms. Both rooms open onto a spacious terrace with comfy seating space to relax overlooking your private pool. A queen size canopy bed with mosquito net gives it a very romantic feel. Rooms are air conditioned, fitted with mini bar, small kettle & water dispenser.
Accès des voyageurs
It is a quiet and relaxing location just a few minutes stroll from the harbor and best beach on Gili Meno. Bike rental is couple of minutes away. Guests are welcomed with a refreshing ice tea and orientation of the island. There will be a cafe / lounge space available and a bar opening soon. The access to the room is walking pathway and a little bridge over your private pool.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Sea la vie is a small family owned resort where we want you to feel like home.
We try to give our guests all attention needed and provide great service. We are happy to help anytime with advice, information about the island, culture local traditions plus James is a professional diver who knows best spots for diving and snorkeling. We also respect those who want little interaction and maximum of privacy in their personal space.
Gili Meno is renowned for being the quietest island of the three Gili’s. It attracts travelers seeking tranquility and wonderful diving and snorkeling. If you want to explore Gili Air or partake in the nightlife offered on Gili Trawangan there are regular public or private boats operating between the islands.
We allow guests to smoke on the terrace but not in the room.
Question: Why we called our villa "Sea la vie"?
Inspired by the French expression "C'est la vie" (meaning "Such is life" inferring "This is just the way life is", the understanding and a humble acceptance of whatever life brings)
We replaced "c'est" with similar sounding" Sea" to convey the meaning of "Sea is life".
Answer: Because the ocean is our passion, our life and our everlasting love.