The Oberoi Lombok

Location: Lombok | Indonesia

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

The Oberoi Lombok is one of just a handful of large resorts on the island, lying between un-spoilt white sand beaches, and the mighty Rinjani Volcano. As for the villas themselves, they have their own beautifully tended gardens, and feel totally secluded.
Perfect forBarefoot luxury for families and couples.
In the knowFor a romantic evening under the stars, spend the evening on Gili Trawangan island which has an open-air cinema on the beach.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Family-friendly
  • Water activities
  • Cultural Immersion

Hotel Overview

Where

On the island of Lombok, between Bali and Sumbawa in the Indonesian archipelago.

Rooms at The Oberoi Lombok

The rooms at The Oberoi Lombok are idylls within an idyll, offering total privacy from the other guests at the resort. Built from pink-tinged local limestone, and with traditional thatched roofs, each of the villas and pavillions has a private walled garden where you can have a fragrant open-air bath. As well as this, the luxury villas have decks for al fresco dining, and some also come with a private pool. Inside, all the rooms are romantic cocoons, with sloping thatched ceilings, canopied four-poster beds, and colourful Indonesian artefacts for added character.

Food and Facilities

Cuisine at The Oberoi Lombok is a creative mix between Asian and continental flavours, but it’s the variety of stunning settings that make the dining experience unforgettable – lanterns flickering in the limpid reflection ponds, and with views of the ocean, forest, and formidable Mt. Rinjanj. A children’s menu is also available, and from time to time there are traditional dance performances. Aside from the 4 restaurants, there’s a spa where you can receive a full range of treatments, including a pool-side massage in the shade of a thatched pavillion.

Activities at The Oberoi Lombok

The white sand beaches are much better for sun-bathers and sand-castles than the black sands you get on Bali, and there are loads of water-sports on offer at the resort’s Beach Club. Oberoi Lombok can also take you on a PADI certified dive, exploring the teeming coral gardens that surround the nearby Gili islands. Back on Lombok you can hire a bike and explore the beautiful unspoilt landscape, trek to enchanting waterfalls, or – if you’re fit and adventurous – you can try conquering Mt Rinjanj, which is the second highest mountain in Indonesia. Culture-wise, the surrounding villages are still relatively un-touched and a great way to get around is by horse-drawn courts called cidomos.

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