Hello, it’s Tina from Life in Sketch, here to take you on your monthly vacation! I had trouble deciding on where we would go this month, there are so many beautiful options. I have had a certain Bali hotel on my list for a while now, but because it’s a bit unconventional I was on the fence. I thought I’d share it with you today and let you be the judge. I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Luna2 Hotel is located in Seminyak, which is the island’s most fashionable district for shopping and dining. The exteriors and interiors are 60’s inspired, which is much different from the typical Bali style. Something about the spaces intrigued me, and I couldn’t stop thinking about them. Maybe it was the bright colors?
The hotel is comprised of both studios as well as a private hotel, both just a short walk from the beach. The retro hotel was named after the first 1950’s spacecraft to land on the moon. The glass house was designed by Maryland-based architect David Wahl, and interiors were done by Melanie Hall. The hotel is labelled “private” as only one guest can reserve the house at a time.
In true 60’s style, the private hotel’s entrance is adjacent to a large pond and is complete with a sunken living room. The second floor is home to a pond as well. There is a 20 meter pool which serves as the focal point, and brings the eye over the Indian Ocean.
The 5-bedroom hotel is designed with a mix of materials including wood veneers, solid acrylics and vintage European wallpapers.
The hotel prides itself on its “super star service”, attending to private guests whims and needs. There is also a private chef and culinary team, which creates it’s own blend of “LunaFood.” Interesting.
Luna2 Studios are known as “studiotels” which appear to be studio apartments which include living and dining areas. There are 25 studios in total, all outfitted in bright colors and organic shapes.
Each of the open floor plan spaces are designed in one of four colors, yellow, red, green or blue.
The color scheme continues outdoors and follows into the mosaic of the lap pool and outdoor furniture.
Luna2 is also home to a 16-seat cinema and a Pop! Lounge Bar, which can be accessed through a spiral staircase off of the restaurant.
The lounge bar is decked out in deep colors of purples, reds and blues and paired with a fantastic DJ that spins into the early morning hours.
Although this is not what I expect from Bali design it certainly catches your attention. What do you think of the Luna2 hotel? Would you like to visit for a mini-break?