Bali, Indonesia – Ministry of Villas, a relative newcomer to the world of luxury resort travel, is set to launch at the end of this month.
The site, Ministryofvillas.com, will be one the first of it’s kind and boasts a long-term goal of revolutionising the way travellers search for and ultimately book villa travel in the Bali area. Described as the quintessential guide for travellers booking a villa for the first time, the website will ultimately feature a comprehensive collection of over 300 luxury villas in Bali that visitors may reserve and book directly online.
Gone will be the days of complicated, drawn out negotiations between the guest and villa owner, as this site aims to allow for reservations to be completed in real time, directly on the website.
Those familiar with the process of booking travel through mega-giant travel sites such as Obitz and Expedia will note that Ministry of Villas utilises the same real-time booking technology to allow users the convenience of searching, reserving and paying for villa rental all in one place. With the launch of Ministry of Villas, booking luxury villa travel is effectively as simple as booking any other hotel accommodation on one of the giant travel sites.
These factors combine to provide users both a stress-free search and reservation making experience, as well as the confidence and peace of mind to know that any Balinese holiday villa they select will be in pristine condition and of the utmost luxury when they arrive. Every listing on the site includes numerous pictures, a complete description, and all pertinent information to help travellers select a villa to meet their holiday needs. Ministry of Villas also stands behind a policy of “What you see is what you get,” and guarantees that each and every villa on the site meets the highest standards.
Though the website is technically up and running in a limited capacity, an official go-live date has been set for July 31, 2013, with the full volume of villas available by the end of this year. While luxury travel is not a new concept by any means, this website certainly promises some exciting advances in realm of lavish Bali travel.
Ministry of Villas is reviewing and accepting new villa listings on an on-going basis, as the company hopes to continue to grow in this market. Should you or someone you know be interested in having your villa featured on the site, you may e-mail Ministry of Villas at firstname.lastname@example.org