The Luna2 Private Hotel by David Wahl and Melanie Hall

Everyone needs some time to relax, to escape from all the stress and to just sit somewhere without having to worry about anything. Bali in Indonesia is a land  of aesthetes at peace with themselves and nature. Every year thousands of tourists flock Bali to view its exotic beauty.

The Luna2 Private Hotel by David Wahl and Melanie Hall

Code named Luna2, this private hotel has been designed by the famous American architect David Wahl.  The hotel features an exotic swimming pool with a marvelous surrealist sea shore view from the backyard. It accepts only one guest at a time, the reason, why we call it a private hotel. It could be a perfect place for a romantic stay for young  couples.

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The interior of the hotel has been designed by Malanie Hall. The interior design represents a conglomerations of the classics from Europe and with a blend of 21st century modernism. The rooms are spacious, and, if you are sensitive, you will notice the sections of the drawing room and dining sections separated by steps.

If you have the financial resources, it would be a shame not to take some time for you and your loved one and to spend it here.

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The interior of the hotel has been designed by Malanie Hall. The interior design represents a conglomerations of the classics from Europe and with a blend of 21st century modernism. The rooms are spacious, and, if you are sensitive, you will notice the sections of the drawing room and dining sections separated by steps.