Bianca at Iniala Beach House is a spectacular three bedroom villa.
Iniala Beach House is a masterpiece in architecture and contemporary design – a completely uniquely designed resort by some of the world’s top architects and designers and the resort comprises of 3 x Three Bedroom Villas and a Penthouse.
Bianca at Iniala Beach House’s main Matryoshka Bedroom Suite features a large round bed, an en-suite bathroom and an outdoor bath tub. The Matryoshka or stacking doll is a well-known Russian icon and the designers have taken this form and created a whimsical accent to design this spectacular suite.
The theme of The Matryoshka Suite is continued into the living and dining area, referred to as The Matryoshka Salon with round sofas and a white dining table that can accommodate 6 guests.
The second and third bedrooms are referred to as A-Cero Sea Shells I and II. The famous architectural company A-Cero has designed many A-list celebrity homes. Each of these beachfront suites feature a bed with dramatic proportions and the interior has been inspired by the interior of a shell. A-Cero has designed many unique furniture pieces for these suites including a vanity chest and chaise longue. The combination of white furniture and natural wood gives a perfect beachfront environment with spectacular views through the expansive floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
Tucked away at the rear of the villa is a private oasis – Spa Bianca – complete with an outdoor bathing area, waterfall wall and treatment room for the ultimate in pampering, all contained within the privacy of your villa.
Not only is the design completely unique, but another feature is the Children’s Hotel. When children arrive, they have the option of checking into their own hotel. They receive a backpack full of goodies and a book called “The Island of Iniala” that tells an interactive story. Each day there are structured activities such as arts and crafts, outdoor play and cooking classes and there is even an option to sleep over in one of the tree houses or the cave under the watchful eye of the Iniala nannies.