With a background in marketing and brand management, Joan Chang’s entrepreneurial senses were tingling when she saw potential in the slightly run-down, budget hotel also named Lloyd’s Inn, in Singapore. She took over the property, and despite very little hotel experience, used her impeccable eye for style and brand knowledge to relaunch it. Joan used this new-found expertise to crossover to Bali and the little sister project in Seminyak.
The experiential and bold architectural design with its discreet brutalist vibe is matched with lush greenery peering in through the windows, filling empty spaces and creating a profound dichotomy between man’s creation and nature.
Tucked away in a corner of Double Six Seminyak, Lloyd’s Inn is a hidden oasis of architecture and nature. Go off-grid and unwind away from the city’s hustle and bustle. Convenience is on your doorstep, with the beach just 300m away and a myriad of shops and eateries along the street.
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