The Jakarta Post
Designed by Singapore-based multi-disciplinary design consultant James Park Associates, guests may notice the essentials parts of Balinese Hindu philosophies and symbolism in the room. (InterContinental Bali Resort /File)
Five-star luxury accommodation InterContinental Bali Resort in Jimbaran, Bali, recently introduced redesigned rooms.
Designed by Singapore-based multi-disciplinary design consultant James Park Associates, guests may notice the essentials parts of Balinese Hindu philosophies and symbolism in the room, such as mural paintings inspired by Balinese textiles as well as bed-head backdrops that similar to Balinese doorways.
The establishment said in a press release that that InterContinental Bali Resort also follows the principal of Tri Hita Karana concept, a Balinese philosophy of life stresses on the balance and harmony between the three sources of life, humans, nature and God.
Meanwhile, in-line with the five-star resort Green Engage sustainable environmental program, the room is also equipped with occupancy sensors management system, which helps to reduce the energy consumption by controlling lighting and air-conditioning thermostats when guests are not inside.
InterContinental Bali Resort is a part of InterContinental Hotels & Resorts brand. Nestled in Jimbaran Bay, the hotel has 417 guest rooms, five swimming pools, restaurants and a spa. (asw)