This section of the hotel faces outward to the ocean view and mountain while blocking out the side views.
Each hotel room was designed to encourage guests to relax as evidenced by the management’s decision to not have any televisions in any of the rooms.
Guests can soak up the view from their personal infinity pool available at each room or take a breather in the open-air bathtubs after a day of snorkeling and engaging in some water recreation near the hotel.
According to Brunsdon, the purpose is for guests to focus on being in the moment with the ocean in the front and mountain in the back.
The Tiing Hotel in Bali was designed prior to the coronavirus pandemic, however, Brunsdon is confident that the Bali-based accommodation is an ideal getaway spot for a post-pandemic vacation.
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Some of the public facilities available include a red-tiled swimming pool and an ocean-front pavilion for yoga enthusiasts.
Practicing social distancing will not be a problem at this hotel in Bali as Brunsdon explained, “Guests can isolate themselves if they want to or they can interact with other individuals too if they so wish.”
The close proximity of the Tiing Hotel to a fishing village further accentuates the traditional Bali experience. Moreover, the hotel was built using local bamboo and concrete together with local studio Manguning.
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