Get Bali Feels At This Tropical Village Resort In The Hills Of Hampi

by Vinita Jain
by Vinita Jain 234

Tropical travel, rich culture, lazy palm trees, sun-soaked experiences, long sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, lush rainforests, sleepy volcanoes, bright green rice terraces, and fiery orange sunsets, Bali is a tropical paradise par excellence. Bali is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations. But, how about getting Bali vibes in India itself? Yes, a guesthouse located in the paddy fields of Hampi promises Bali feels. This Airbnb property is the place where you can feel close to heaven. Stay Chill Hampi is a guesthouse and restaurant surrounded by rice fields. It is a backpacker’s paradise serving the most enchanting views.

Staycation At Stay Chill Hampi

This property has six ordinary bamboo huts overlooking rice fields and six more elevated bamboo huts. The bamboo huts and restaurant overlooking rice fields are made with biodegradable and eco-friendly materials. The attached balconies in elevated bamboo huts will mesmerise you with spectacular views. The balconies also have beds similar to khat where you can relax and spend some quality time with your loved ones.

The quaint rooms also include a nice bamboo table chair setup. Because of the paddy fields and green surroundings, Stay Chill Hampi is one of the best places to rejuvenate in India yet feel like chilling in Bali. They also have a hammock chair from where you can witness the gorgeous sunrise and sunsets.

 

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Also read: This Heritage Airbnb In Kolkata Is A Must-Stay During Durga Puja And Here’s Why 

The Property Offers A Plethora Of Amenities

  • Multi cuisine restaurants with outdoor and indoor seating
  • The Ayurvedic spa provides Swedish, deep tissue massages
  • Cute and heartwarming setup for couples in the lush green paddy fields
  • Wi-Fi facilities
  • Dedicated workspace
  • Outdoor dining area
  • Pet-friendly
  • Smoking is allowed

 

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Visiting Bali might need proper planning, reservations, and bookings, all in all, major expenses. But why travel so far when you can have the same vibes and facilities as Bali in India?

Also read: Woman Complains About Gross Airbnb In Bali; Realizes She Checked Into Abandoned Villa

 

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