Aesthetics is key. 


The pandemic hasn't made people lose the desire to pack their suitcases and travel around the city for new experiences. While staycation is the best vacation option amid a pandemic, the experience of staying alone is not enough. After all, travelers may also want to capture certain vacation moments and showcase them on social media.

The current generation of Instagram dramatically influences the hospitality sector in general. They are generally attached to technology, social media — and sometimes, sharing everything about their lives. This is what hospitality players see, and so began the competition to create the most photographically and visually appealing room ever. 

Hotels and resorts that offer aesthetic angles are therefore very popular among digital nomads who no longer prefer big international hotels. These digital nomads, who prioritize a balance between work and recreation, generally favor hotels that offer an unforgettable personal experience instead of a carbon copy.

And as it turns out, aesthetics is how Mamaka Hotel by Ovolo outshines other hotels in Bali. Every corner of this hotel is instagrammable. You can take an epic photo in your room, as every room is aesthetically detail-oriented. Here are some of our favorite instagrammable spots at Mamaka Hotel.

Mamaka Hotel’s dazzlingly designed rooms

At Mamaka Hotel by Ovolo, every level offers unforgettable scenery, featuring 191 playfully designed rooms and suites with interiors subtly reflecting Bali's cultural heartbeat and relationship with nature. Room sizes range from the Bali High and Kokomo at 25 sqm, while the Summer Garden Terrace (same size) has the addition of a private terrace overlooking the gardens. 


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Mamaka Hotel by Ovolo's design language responds to the dichotomy of both the global brand ethos of Ovolo — vibrant, dynamic spaces drawing in the global nomads and along with it, subtly and softly injecting the cultural heartbeat of ancient Bali. These two threads came into being within the spatial studies and visual inspirations of the new Mamaka by Ovolo, Bali.

Street 32

Street 32 is Kuta Beach's vibrant two-level street side, beachfront, modern Pan-Asian cocktail bar and eatery serving flavors of Asia and street food classics all day. Stay fueled and energized during the day with OPG artisanal coffee, and chill out with a creamy cool nitro sundae from early evening until night. Street 32 is a must-visit for anyone staying in or visiting the famous Kuta strip of Bali by the day or night.


Photo Courtesy of Mamaka by OVOLO

Hand in hand, these two threads came together to create spaces that convey color, vibrancy, self-expression, and the diversity of what is available here both materially as well as visually, subtly influencing the spatial emotion of each space.

Sugar Palm Social

Enjoy unparalleled views of Bali's coastline and the vast Indian Ocean from Mamaka's Rooftop Pool and Cabanas. The perfect venue to cool off during sunny days as you await Bali's magical sunsets, this infinity pool is adorned with vibrant-colored private cabanas and sunbeds. 


Photo Courtesy of Mamaka by OVOLO

You can also chill out or max out from morning until night at Sugar Palm Social, which offers the island's highest rooftop haven with an open-fire kitchen, buzzing bar, outdoor cinema, private cabanas, infinity pool, and amazing views of Bali's beaches and beyond. The club is situated on the 6th floor of the hotel. 

Ara Design International, responsible for the development of the hotel and its interior, has completed projects globally for both private owners and top brand world operators alike. Founding partners Andre Avedian and Harry Gregory have nearly 60 years of hospitality design. They established the company in 1996 and together have amassed an influential list of clients since the company's inception. See the brilliance of their design yourself at Mamaka Hotel.




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