Given the nature of the build, it’s no surprise that it’s a winner at KOBU for its sustainability. Everything has been crafted to minimise its impact on the environment and its immediate surroundings. The clever construction is almost entirely reliant on wood joints, meaning screws are very rarely used. If this isn’t enough, the hotel is completely constructed with recycled wood.
Like the hotel, the cuisine is created with a deeper meaning. Influenced by Indonesian and Italian home-cooking, the chefs mirror the double origin of Own Villa. Allow them to take you on a culinary exploration that is also sustainable in nature.
A firm favourite around the world, Bali has it all on offer. From an unending list of unbelievable beaches, spiritual centres, exotic sunsets, and exceptionally picturesque rice fields, Bali provides a never-ending adventure of exploration.
One particular adventure worth trying is a stay at the perfect Own Villa. What appears as a small village hidden amongst the Balinese trees holds a deeper meaning. This sanctuary has been created for those looking to embrace nature, discover local traditions, and experience a more spiritual side that’s often overlooked by travellers.
From the thatched roofs to the traditional bed frames, everything is handmade. This provides the perfect environment to appreciate your surroundings, especially if you’re in one of the pool side villas. Here, everything is thought through in a way that's perfectly unpretentious.
What makes this Kobu?