The resort offers a fresh alternative in Bali with its combination of futuristic-retro style and cosmic levels of service.
Luna2 private hotel, which opened in 2007 in fashionable Seminyak, is very different to the ubiquitous modern Bali-style beachfront resorts in both its design and super-star services of an exclusive hotel with the intimacy of a private home.
This exclusive five-room resort won international acclaim and made waves (still making waves) when it opened with its retro-modernist design. It accommodates approximately 10 people, and is the perfect holiday destination for groups of singles or couples with or without children.
Luna2 founder and designer Melanie Hall’s design ethos is to “respect the past, welcome the future and have fun in the process.” This permeates throughout every aspect of the hotel, from architectural design to interior and furniture design, and the cosmic levels of service, right down to the music and the Lunafood & bar.
Other facilities in the resort include the award-winning Orbit restaurant that features signature Lunafood with classic dishes from around the world; the underground “groovy-baby” Pop! Lounge bar; the ultra-plush Lunaplex 16-seat cinema; and the Space rooftop bar for sunset cocktails with panoramic ocean views.
Outdoor, the 25m Mondrian-ic colour-blocked lap pool is the ultimate escape, with sun loungers and poolside spa treatments. Poolside Fuel Station offers healthy options of Lunafood & bar.
Architecturally, its South Beach simplicity provides the perfect backdrop for Hall’s signature design style of “FUNked-up modernism”. which references great modernism of the past and fuelled with innovation of the future.
Adjacent to Luna2 private hotel is the Luna2 studiotel, also known as a studiotel, which opened in April 2013 with 14 spacious open-plan studios all in signature Luna2 style. The very colourful studios in primary blues, reds, yellows and greens, are inspired by classics such as Lego, Monopoly & Rubiks cubes.
Conde Nast Traveller describes Luna2 studiotel as “what a ‘hotel of the future’ may have looked like in the 60s”.
For more information, please visit: http://luna2.com/