Lost Lindenberg is Bali’s newest treehouse hotel
A wall of neon signs by Frankfurt-based artist Tobias Rehberger welcomes guests as they arrive at Lost, and from there a hidden doorway leads to the property beyond, creating a symbolic transition from the hustle and bustle of the urban life depicted in bright lights with more calm and natural interior.
Each bedroom, accessible by spiral staircases located in eight treehouses of varying heights, contains sleeping and living space and an almost open-air bathroom overlooking the surrounding jungle and coast. Floor-to-ceiling windows brighten up the dark hardwood walls and wicker ceilings while neutral linens and bespoke Studio Jencquel décor completes the whole thing.
In addition to serving plant-based meals that showcase Indonesia’s diverse cuisine using local produce from the on-site permaculture garden, the property operates using a variety of sustainable practices. Solar panels generate electricity, electric bicycles are offered to explore the area, rechargeable bath products are provided in ceramic containers instead of those disposable mini bottles typical of hotels, and local materials such as green stone from Bali and tropical hardwood can be found as building elements throughout the interiors.