Industrial chic get’s a Bali style revamp. The venue gravitates around owner George Gorrow’s, personal art collection. Theatrical black and white photography hang on the walls throughout the property. Nomadic wooden furniture, decoratively fill the boutique accommodation. In the background, you can hear music from LA’s Reverberation Radio playing beach tunes. Immaculate Scandinavian styling and tropical flora can be seen hanging from terracotta pots.
The Slow is set in the trendy main street in Canggu, Bali. It offers all-day dining, drinks, art, local culture, and interactive retail. A stay at The Slow is an immersive experience, a real wonder and a place to totally unwind. Adding to the experience, you are moments away from the closest surf beach. If you venture a few kilometers north, you will find the stunning Tanah Lot Temple. If you are lucky you will be treated to one of the best sunset views in Bali!
The Slow, has 12 refined guest rooms, which carry through the same luxe design as the lobby and restaurant. Bare stone walls, polished concrete floors, clean lines and minimalistic art add to the ambiance of this boutique. Acute attention to furnishings. In muted and natural hues, bamboo chairs, sleek wooden coffee tables work cohesively together. The rooms are spacious, with plenty of room to bask in the sun or lounge and enjoy flicking through the coffee table books that are provided in the rooms.
The hotel is passionate about sustainability, so the in-room amenities don’t use plastic. A great way to support the local environment.
A standard room (Room only) start from £168 per night. The four ground-floor rooms each have a private plunge pool. These rooms start from £219 per night. Breakfast dishes from around £3! Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the property.
Note that in-room amenities like toothbrushes and shaving kits cost extra.
Decor – 9/10
Service – 8/10
Location – 10/10
Room Size – 10/10
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Hotel Website – The slow
This gets a seal of approval as being a Instagram-able destination – 10/10