Amber pressed her face on a chair. It's the only way to caption this photo.
Amber, my now hyper active toddler, runs whenever a chance presents itself but most of the time, still prefers to be carried.
Our first day at the beach. I was surprised by her excitement and willingness to dip her feet into the sea for I was expecting otherwise. Upon seeing her love for the water, we hurriedly went back to our room to change for swim wear.
Neutral colored couch with Missoni-like stripes throw pillows. I had doubts on the authenticity of the various arts hanged at the walls.
With just a few additional square meters, the bar area could become a kitchen. There's a small fridge inside the cabinet.
I fell in love with the bathroom. Spacious. It makes up for 1/3 of the bedroom. And the color is to die for. Royal blue, dim lights and modern fixtures are all it takes to make a windowless bathroom look expensive.
Again, the paintings. If these were authentic, I mean all rooms having these original artworks, the artist is lucky to have this commission.
To me, Chopard is an accessory brand. I never thought of them as supplier of bath products. The lotion smells nice though.
The bathroom has no walls separating toilet and bath making the double doors unnecessary but designwise, helps with ventilation. The right is next to the shower, while the left is next to the tub.
Mine and her gold saltwater sandals. We tested its durability and it passed.
One thing that got me curious of Mövenpick is the glow-in-the-dark chairs. It looks awesome and avant garde. Sorry if I sound ignorant but I have not seen such before, not even in Japan (or maybe I should go further from Chiba, lol!)
My little miss and her topknot.