Nestled in the greenery
The Lloyd’s Inn opened in a corner of Double Six in Seminyak, a vibrant area popular with local hipsters and surfers alike.
The hotel is an oasis of architecture designed in a perfect balance between modern and tropical. The rough walls of the hotel in Balinese lava stone rise up like canyons to enclose the gardens, the paths are strewn with pebbles and the whole is connected by a narrow suspended concrete point.
The 101 rooms are divided into seven categories ranging from standard rooms to exclusive suites with private pools. The rooms are minimalist in style with a monochrome background, decorated with white walls, rough cement flooring, wood accents, and large windows revealing the tropical landscapes outside. Almost all of the rooms have outdoor or semi-outdoor spaces, with showers or bathtubs, and indoor gardens. Greenery is everywhere.
The culinary offerings are just as alluring with the open sky restaurant The Garden Café, with Indonesian and Asian flavors. The Garden Bar with its rope swings offers a multitude of drinks to quench your thirst. The Hideout is a lounge area with large cushions to relax in and where there are weekly yoga classes.
The hotel also has a spa and a long swimming pool covered in Balinese slate slabs, surrounded by hanging chairs and hammocks for relaxing.
Here there is no border between inside and outside.
We love Lloyd’s Inn Bali for:
Double room from 58 € per night during low season.