The idea behind Andrew Bell’s four configurations for the nine rooms at Kimamaya is simplicity itself: warm, friendly and beautiful.
They have all been designed with utmost care for your comfort and well-being. From colours, textures and materials, to lighting and accessories. Premium down beddings and cotton linens are awaiting to gently wrap you to sleep after a long day on the mountain. And you can choose from three types of pillows – soft, medium and hard. The lofts feature an in-room mezzanine and accommodate four adults (plus one child if required). And while the audiovisual set-up lets you pig out on after-ski movies, connectivity helps you post the latest photos from the slopes on Facebook. And every room is equipped with ensuite bathrooms featuring rain showers and toilets.
A cozy room with relaxed furnishing welcoming two adults with textured materials in a warm atmosphere. Features a European king size bed.
The ottoman at the foot of the twin bed sets the unhurried tone of this charming room. Great care has been given to textures, materials and colours to make this your true breathing space between long days in the great outdoor.
A comfortable room with its own living corner with a sofa and table, all bearing Kimamaya’s sense of style and materials. A mezzanine level featuring a Japanese tatami floor overlooks the double-height ceiling revealing the timber framework of the original lodge.
Kimamaya’s prime rooms with a comfortable living corner featuring an L-shaped day-bed sofa. Warm materials, textures and an opportunity to open a bottle of wine while chatting with family and friends.