Project Team

design: FBEye
architects: Studio TonTon

Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran presents unique architectural touches of modern yet understated that adorn all parts of the resort’s interior and exterior design. Standing on an area of ​​1.5 hectares, the water-themed resort with 118 rooms features the signature ​​1,300 square meters lagoon pool that surrounds the resort’s centre space. Professional architects from Studio TonTon and a leading interior design firm, FBEye teamed up to work on the project.

Various art installations are exhibited to elevate the appeal of this resort, such as colourful photography works ‘Liquid Art’ by a Germany artist – Markus Reugels, an installation resembles face covered by hands made of drinking straws which is one of the masterpieces of a South Korean artist – Sang Sik Hong, up to the conspicuous paintings by Indonesian artists that also embellish the walls mostly shaded with colours of grey, white, light blue and other natural colours.

As soon as arriving at the main entrance gate, guests are welcomed with the distinctive industrial colour accents of the resort’s building. The modern wooden decor is also consistent with the architectural theme of the resort, Aqua Marine.

The resort has a total of five floors and is designed as an environmentally friendly hotel. Open air spaces and LED lights are used throughout the resort premises as an effort to the energy consumption efficiency. The resort also implements one of the green initiatives of Starwood Hotels & Resorts by recycling and effectively using water heaters so water will not be wasted.

The lobby area, also known as The Hub, is a space fashioned not only as a reception area for guests to check-in and check-out, but also as an area to gather and hang out. A pair of white and black statuette with gold accent that describes the philosophy of Yin and Yang is on display in lobby front area. Cosy sofas and couches with bright

colours, a number of flower-shaped wooden fans on the top, and water-ripple walls that accentuate its water theme are deliberately designed by Studio TonTon, the resort’s architect. With an open-air concept that overlooks the circular Aqua Suite Towers and the resort’s signature lagoon pool, guests are invited to breathe fresh air and hear the soothing sounds of sea breezes right from The Hub.

Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran offers spacious rooms and suites, Sky penthouses with a private rooftop deck with pool and dedicated dining area, up to four well-appointed villas with a robust touch of Balinese architectural style set on the elevated location with views overlooking Indian Ocean and Jimbaran Bay. Each room has been designed creatively by FBEye, and bedecked with a very modern contemporary feel with bright blue colour that represents the resort sited in Bali coastal area. In addition for the guests to sense the distinguishing impression of Indonesia-style, Batik-patterned headboard and bed-side hanging lamps inspired by fishing nets are also adorning the guestrooms. The bathroom is also lavishly furnished with Turkish marbles.

On the top floor of the resort is Bale Banjar a unique ballroom with the capacity for up to 150 guests featuring a unique ocean-inspired chandelier with 1,800 handcrafted fish ornaments. The Celebration Pavilion is an event space surrounded by water features and overlooks Jimbaran Bay, this all-glass pavilion is an idyllic venue for weddings and other celebrations with the capacity up to 50 guests.

Three-storey building located right between the resort’s main building and Aqua Suites Towers is the home to the resort’s dining venues, such as the signature Pan-Asian restaurant – Bamboo Chic, a night club – Smoqee Lounge, a rooftop bar to enjoy decent Sunset-session lounge music – Smoqee Sky Bar, as well as gelato and Illy coffee bar to refresh – WaLa.