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The latest hotel in Seminyak, Bali: Katamama

by Sophie Cullen on Apr 25, 2016 in Architecture
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The newest opening from the PTT Family, Katamama opened its doors in Bali this month

PTT Family, the Group behind the famed Potato Head Beach Club, has launched an all-suites boutique hotel in one of Bali’s most prestigious oceanfront districts, Seminyak. Featuring 58 suites, Katamama embodies "handcrafted hospitality", with all aspects of the design and experience centred on this concept. Every facet of the hotel has been personally designed and created by some of Indonesia's finest craftsmen, utilising rare arts and artisan practices to connect guests with Indonesia's culture and heritage.

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Renowned Indonesian architect Andra Matin has designed the hotel, with interiors a partnership between the owners and the Singapore-based design company Takenouchi Webb. Contemporary design elements referencethe Balinese lifestyle and lush green gardens reflect the natural beauty of the island. The hotel is finished with local Indonesian materials such as Balinese bricks, teak, hand-made tiles from Java and terrazzo made on site.

Each suite is filled with curated artwork, handpicked furniture and cherished collectibles, and each boasts an independent outdoor space such as a balcony, secluded garden or swimming pool. Measuring 268 sq-m over two storeys, the Rooftop Suites embody premium luxury with access to a rooftop garden, a spa bath and rain shower and dining and lounge areas, complete with their own bar.

 

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