Katamama is a luxury boutique hotel located in Seminyak, Bali. Made by artisans, every detail has been handmade or handpicked, using Indonesia’s centuries-old traditions interpreted in a modern and timeless context.
All private suites are a expression of understated luxury and feature some of the largest living spaces (82-320 m2) of any hotel on the island. There is curated artwork, handpicked furniture and cherished collectibles, many of them from the owner’s personal collection. This attention to detail and craftsmanship accompanies a five star service delivered in a personalised and warm style by a family of individuals passionate about their craft.
Room facilities include a flat-screen TV, an in-room bar, seating area, day bed, work desk, safe and terrace or balcony with garden, pool and/or ocean views. Equally spacious bathrooms come with a shower and tub, custom made organic amenities, locally made hand woven bathrobes and a troipical beach set. Special suites include such items as fully-stocked 'maxi' bars, turntables, speakers, jacuzzi's and even private pools. 24-hour private dining.
The hotel's restaurant MoVida serves Spanish cuisine and tapas and is the the first MoVida outside Australia, by celebrity chef Frank Camorra. There is also Akademi, a bar created by award-winning mixologist Dre Masso.
The neighborhood offers “like-minded businesses” such as Escalier, an independent luxury fashion boutique, Alchemy, the island’s first 100% raw vegan cafe and juice bar, Canaan, a curated home and living gallery and retail space, showcasing handcrafted products from Indonesia and Japan - and, the Potato Head Beach Club by the same owners. The sexy, cutting-edge design beachfront attraction comprises three restaurants, two bars, an infinity pool and a 500m2 lawn.
Swimming pool and 24-hour fitness centre.
24-hour front desk and concierge service.
• 58 rooms
• Hotel opened: April 2016
• Architect: Andra Martin
• Unique: More than one million hand-pressed bricks were created for the building using a technique traditionally used in the building of Balinese temples.