Embraced by a verdant landscape, Hoshinoya Bali is a sanctuary.
Luxe minimalism is at its best, with only thirty villas dotting three hectares of land.
Inspired by Balinese culture and traditions, the chief architect came up with a design that resembles a village. She blended the brand’s signature contemporary style with the charms of the location.
The canal flows through the property.
The villa blends Balinese traditions with Japanese design sensibilities.
It is furnished with minimal-chic teak furniture, frameless futon beds, and batik lampshades created by master artisans.
Elaborate fretworks feature local floral and fauna.
Canal-like swimming pools that mimic the subak system.
These “streams” connect the villas, making the property look like a village built along the water’s edge.
A delectable menu that fuses Balinese favors with Japanese finesse.
All display skill and high-caliber creativity, from the addictively crunchy chicken skewers and the wagyu beef with three kinds of sauces to the delightful desserts.
Japanese-style breakfast at Hoshinoya Bali.