Ancient craftsmanship. Modern aesthetics.

Katamama is the mother soul of Desa Potato Head. Sleep in one of 57 suites, align your chakras through sound, mix yourself a drink, and go for a dip—or a few laps—in the pool. The building is cultivated through a vision of balance, drawing from Indonesia’s centuries-old traditions to inspire contemporary living.

Amenities

Zero-Waste Kit

A water bottle, RPET tote bag, bamboo cutlery and straws, organic cotton pouch, ointment pots and a lunchbox.

Refillable Essentials

All-natural sunscreen, after-sun care, hand sanitiser and insect repellent.

In-Room Bar

A built-in ice well, custom cocktail tools, house-infused spirits, natural syrups, aromatic bitters, fresh fruit, and a recipe book from award-winning mixologist Dre Masso.

Natural Soaps

Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, bar soap and bath salts from Bali’s all-natural fragrance house, Sensatia Botanicals.

Aromatherapy

A ceramic base handmade in Ubud by Gaya Ceramic and Design with a reed diffuser and custom Bali-inspired scent by Japanese brand retaW.

Cotton Robe

A cotton robe made by Tarum.

Anjat Beach Set

A backpack and wide-brim hat woven in Borneo by its indigenous Dayak people

Tarum Textiles

Botanically tinted, hand-woven rugs, linens and tapestries from Bali’s natural-dye house Tarum.

Vintage Books

A thoughtfully curated selection of vintage books sourced from across Indonesia.

Jengki Furniture

Custom-made in Surabaya from handpicked teak, Jengki furniture recalls a rebellious ‘yankee’ spirit local designers felt after independence from the Dutch; the mid-century modern style reflects the colonial influence.

Ata Basketry

Bins, baskets and trays made by Bali’s native people using a labour-intensive hand-woven process using local orchid vines.

“Each of the rust-coloured bricks in Andra Matin’s bold architectural design were hand-pressed in a local village while the smooth teak furniture is custom-made, and the table runners, soft throws and batik cushions have all been hand-woven.”

The Guardian