Fresh from an extensive renovation, the luxurious property now offers six bedroom suites inspired by Indonesian history and Balinese culture.
Perched on the hills of Jimbaran, The Longhouse is an idyllic boutique villa-hotel inspired by Balinese culture.
Its unique location, which offers breathtaking treetop views, is complemented by thoughtfully designed spaces by renowned Balinese architect Popo Danes.
The expansive property, built in 2009, has emerged fresh from an extensive renovation to offer just six exclusive bedroom suites, allowing guests to experience the intimacy of villa accommodation with five-star service.
Guests can expect to stay in stylish suites named after various Indonesian islands, which are furnished with local art pieces handpicked by the owners from their extensive travels across the region. Here, no two suites are the same, providing travelers with a unique boutique hotel experience.
The Lombok Suite is a stunner ― colored in soft, earthly tones that mimic the sasak pottery for which the island is famous, it also had details like brass motifs and a traditional urat mask. The spacious suite also comes with a luxurious bathroom featuring both indoor and outdoor showers and bathtubs, and double stone basins.
Nature lovers will delight in The Sumatra Suite, which is full of warm wood and tropical greens, making it evocative of the lush forests and verdant jungle of Indonesia’s largest island. Highlights include a beautiful indoor/outdoor bathroom, the interior of which is designed with black volcanic stone and wood accented by a copper sink. The outdoor portion, on the other hand, is a huge stone bathtub set in greenery and orchids.
After relaxing in the suites, guests will find that there’s plenty to do, from cooking courses in Indonesian cuisine and mixology sessions to local village tours.
Other amenities include a home theatre, a hilltop pavilion, an infinity pool with open air lounge, as well as an in-house spa.
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