Hoshinoya is a Japanese hotel chain with properties in many places in the world, and their resort in Bali is one of their newest. The group is bringing its refined aesthetic and Far Eastern sensibility to Bali's Pakerisan River Valley, near the spiritual center of Ubud.
Located on the banks of sacred waters and surrounded by a fantastic jungle landscape (recognized as a World Heritage Landscape by UNESCO) is where the Hoshinaya Bali hides.
The hotel's architecture represents the beauty of Bali. Many pieces of furniture are the result of the island's traditional craftsmanship and well-known woodcarving.
These details are mixed with Japanese influences that you can immediately recognize: the kimono robes, the bathroom amenities, and the cutlery. So, staying at the hotel means an instant trip to the calm and refined Japanese culture.