The new trend in accommodation, the studios, consist large and spacious areas and it seems that they are here to stay! The Luna2 Studios in Bali, Indonesia is expected to open on April 12 offering travelers an interesting alternative for a comfortable stay. With a design that combines modernism of the past with the innovation of the future, the hotel is located in Seminyak, the most hot island destination for shopping, eating and relaxing, and is just a few minutes walk from the beach.
The facade is inspired by the 60’s and in the lobby dominates the wall installation inspired by the work of Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, while in the whole space are virtual art references. Bright pop colors pop out from the white walls and geometric patterns, furniture and accessories in bright colors give the space a sense of hospitality and vitality.
Each of the 14 rooms represents a color, red, yellow, blue and green and offer spacious living rooms equipped with the latest technology. The playful color scheme continues in public areas and the pool has colorful mosaics and sunbeds perfect harmony with the environment.
Those of you looking for a break from the sun have the opportunity to watch a movie in Lunaplex or dine in the cozy restaurant Orbit. From the restaurant a staircase leads to the Pop Lounge bar designed in the colors blue, red and purple, which will relax to the music of DJ until the early hours.
By Nicole P.