Explore our five accommodation styles, from our classic Layana rooms, to the ultimate Gaia residence, the Komala Luxe Villa. Lay back, surrender and allow yourself to restore in the tranquil surrounds of your chosen accommodation style and experience our luxurious beds, our detailed pillow menu, luxe robes, lemon slices for your water and many more personal touches.
The Komala Villas are designed to immerse you in the pleasures of elegant comfort and luxury. These one-bedroom split level Villas are beautifully situated on one of the highest, north-facing points of Gaia and will quite simply take your beath away. Fusing indoor and outdoor living areas, our Komala Villas offer tranquil seclusion, a large private deck, daybed cabana, heated saltwater infinity plunge pool, private treatment area, double shower bathroom and a luxurious reclining bath. If it is the ultimate pamper experience you desire - surrender, indulge and be truly captivated by the magic of a Komala Villa.
Beautifully appointed one bedroom villa with separate luxurious king bedroom
Spacious indoor/ outdoor living area & kitchenette with fridge
Luxurious reclining bath
Double shower bathroom & en-suite
Split level living with treatment area
Private deck with saltwater infinity plunge pool & daybed cabana
2 x Flat Screen TV’s
Complimentary room service & laundry
Komala Villa hamper; a selection of Gaia products
Split cycle air conditioning & ceiling fans
Luxe bath robes
Hairdryer & iron
Tea making facilities
Complimentary hi speed internet
Komala Villas are available with any one on our eight package options including our Gaia Signature packages and Specialty packages.
“Gaia is a very special place, somewhere to escape the stresses of the everyday world and rebuild oneself from the inside out – spiritually, mentally and physically. The people are also very special as they seem to know intuitively what you need before you even ask. Make sure you visit the extraordinary spa for some of the best pampering treatments in the world or wander around the grounds and take in a view that seems to feed and soothe the soul. The food is also out of this world with gourmet meals that are actually good for you too. The only problem with Gaia is that you never want to leave.”
Deborah Thomas - Former Editor-In-Chief - Australian Womens Weekly