Pantai Inn in La Jolla completes Balinese-inspired renovation

After a floor-to-ceiling renovation, each of the inn’s 30 suites and cottages were upgraded with new furniture, design elements and soft goods.

In La Jolla, Calif., the Pantai Inn has completed a floor-to-ceiling renovation and redesign.

Each of the inn’s 30 suites and cottages were upgraded with new furniture, design elements and soft goods. 

The Pantai Inn’s guest accommodations blend Balinese-inspired décor with contemporary elements. Many of the suites now have fireplaces as well as and custom stone and tile showers. Most of the accommodations include a full-size kitchen or kitchenette, and all have HD flat-screen TVs and media hubs.

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The collection of buildings that make up the one-acre property date from turn-of-the-last-century California shingled cottages to linear Art Deco structures. Each one was restored from top to bottom and the infrastructure throughout the property was also updated.

Accommodations include three-bedroom suites, one- and two-bedroom cottages, and ocean-view studios.  Each was designed differently, with custom, hand-carved furniture and original artwork from Bali and Indonesia. 

Artistic upgrades were added throughout the public spaces, including Balinese statues and water features.

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