I visited Anantara Resort on recent trip to Bali and was very impressed with the consistency of the design and overall experience. The resort opened in 2008 and is one of 14 Anantara resorts owned by the Minor International group with a diverse portfolio of businesses, including ownership of some Four Seasons and Marriott hotels. The resort makes the most of a long narrow beachfront block, where all pathways throughout the resort take place at the rear of the block and are a wonderful journey, priming the guest for the moment of arrival at the very elegant suites.
Entry corridor past the restaurant.
internal courtyard pool and rhythmic staircase
The suites are a calming assemblage of floating planes of seamless stone, timber, white linen and mirror back screens.
All the floating planes lead you to the private terrace and awesome ocean views.
Terraces are large enough for lounge, sunloungers and jacuzzi. It would be hard to get the motivation to leave.
Looking back towards the ensuite, the illuminated ceiling overlap draws you to pampering and bathing experiences.
THe mirror back dark veneer screens gives you a sense of space beyond.
The almost seamless hard stucco plaster finishes are incredibly soothing and coupled with more planar elements.
Views through the minimal style furnished living spaces allows the view outside to be the hero.
Such a great flow of space.
I think I will be sharing more posts of Anantara resorts.