Jakarta. The Katamama boutique hotel in Seminyak, Bali, is a usually Indonesian hotel on a Hot List 2017, a annual collect of best new hotels around a universe by award-winning Conde Nast Traveler magazine.
This year outlines a 21st book of a Hot List, that comparison 75 of 675 contenders from Africa, a Middle East, Asia, Australia and a Pacific, Caribbean and Mexico, Central and South America, Europe and a United States.
Editor Pilar Guzman pronounced in matter on Wednesday (19/04) that a Hot List is “a predictor of what properties will mount a exam of time and make history.”
Potato Head Family arch executive Ronald Akili pronounced that a organisation combined Katamama to showcase a change between tradition and modernity. The hotel’s name in Indonesian means “Mama says.”
“Katamama, that means ‘Mama says’ in a internal language, is a anxiety to a knowledge handed down from era to generation; a Balinese boutique hotel indeed has many stories to tell,” he said.
Katamama is a 58-suite hotel located only opposite Potato Head Beach Club, a famous pool bar on a corner of a Petitenget Beach. It was designed by Indonesian designer Andra Matin, whose portfolio includes Komunitas Salihara and Gedung Dua8 in Jakarta.
The hotel commissions Indonesian art and qualification works for arrangement in a bedrooms and for sale in a shop.
Each of a hotel bedrooms is furnished with selected pieces, handmade objects and overwhelming photographs by distinguished internal artists.