Innit Lombok – Hotel designed by acclaimed Indonesian Architects

There are few hotels in Indonesia that qualified as a design hotels Indonesia. Most of the world’s finest happen to be in Bali, and have been responsible in creating a growing design-centric market internationally. But that’s about to change as neighbouring Lombok prepares to host the 2021 MotoGP at the Mandalika circuit. The event alone is estimated to bring in 150,000 visitors to the island, beckoning investors to invest in Lombok property.

Given the proximity, it’s easy to compare Bali and Lombok. Many will find Lombok to be more tranquil younger sister, which makes it perfect for newer, more private, unique luxury experiences. But there aren’t any design hotels yet—it’s possible that Innit Lombok as a design hotels Indonesia and the latest property from Innit Hotels and Resorts, will become one of the finest beachfront resorts in Lombok.

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For starters, Innit Lombok tapped Andra Matin and Gregorius Supie Yolodi, both famed and award-winning Indonesian architects, to design the 52000 sqm property. There aren’t better names to collaborate with today, in order to create design hotels Indonesia that truly unique—Matin previously designed Katamama Bali, and Yolodi co-founded the popular D-Associates. Their modern and authentic approaches to design are perfect for a resort that’s tucked away at Ekas Bay, a secret home to one of the best surfing and fishing spots in Asia. Innit is for sure a hidden place and wins with its idyllic surroundings.

The architects intentionally sought not to do any drastic changes that would disrupt the natural settings of the place—because why on earth would you do that to an already beautiful environment? The development ratio at Innit Lombok is only at 20% and the remaining land is landscaped to let nature flourish. Consistent with Innit’s local-centric narrative, the hotel and villa’s designs were inspired by traditional Lombok houses, typically made of straw and bamboo. The latter is heavily used for the architecture’s exterior, and is given a modern twist by making the designs completely symmetrical. As for the interior, wood is the main element, juxtaposed with the smooth finishing of cement.

The architects intentionally sought not to do any drastic changes that would disrupt the natural settings of the place—because why on earth would you do that to an already beautiful environment? The development ratio at Innit Lombok is only at 20% and the remaining land is landscaped to let nature flourish. Consistent with Innit’s local-centric narrative, the hotel and villa’s designs were inspired by traditional Lombok houses, typically made of straw and bamboo. The latter is heavily used for the architecture’s exterior, and is given a modern twist by making the designs completely symmetrical. As for the interior, wood is the main element, juxtaposed with the smooth finishing of cement.

There will be two types of accommodation options to stay in at Innit Lombok. The Bridge Hotel literally bridges two hills and has single bedroom suites, from which you can enjoy a full view of the sunset). You can also enjoy such a feat from Villas on the Beach, which are private duplex units with access to Innit’s sandy white private beach. The ground floor of each villa has living and dining rooms, where as the second floor provides two bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms.

In addition, Innit Lombok has recently introduced Innit Residence that is comprised of a selection of 27 villas of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. During it’s recent private offering, 10 of the 27 land parcels and villas were snapped up and the remaining are garnering a lot of interest from investors for both the lifestyle and potential returns on investment.

All of its facilities, including the infinity swimming pool, the Seremonie spa and Anakampung restaurant, also provide unique, breath-taking views of the Indian ocean. You don’t actually have to take a sampan to go to the resort, but you shouldn’t miss out on the option.

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