The Oberoi Lombok
The Oberoi Lombok is a luxury hideaway resort located on the secluded northwest coast of Lombok. The elegant pavilions and villas use local materials and have beautiful views of the surrounding tropical gardens and ocean.
At a Glance
This is a well established hotel and they know exactly what they are doing - the service is fantastic
The spacious and traditional style of accommodation make for an extremely comfortable and relaxing stay
Rice Bran oil, known for reducing cholesterol, is used for all curries and stir fries which shows the chefs are very interested in health and well being
The yoga class in the gardens by the sea is a perfect way to start your day
The immaculate main pool has wonderful views out to the Gili Islands
If you are feeling rather more active or want an adventure, I would highly recommend a day trip to the nearby Gili Islands where the snorkeling and diving is second to none.Scott Dunn team
For the ultimate in privacy upgrade to an Ocean View Villa with Pool - Villa 109 has the best view!Victoria Hogg
Hidden at the back of the Wellness Center is a tennis court for a pre-dinner knock about.Sarah Rowan
To start planning your vacation to The Oberoi Lombok
The Oberoi Lombok is situated on the tranquil Medana Beach on the beautiful island of Lombok with spectacular views over to the Gili Islands. It has long been a favorite of Scott Dunn's as it is a peaceful romantic retreat with a true Indonesian feel and wonderful service.
The Oberoi Lombok is home to a village-like secluded cluster of 20 luxurious villas and 30 spacious terrace pavilions set in tropical gardens. Each is beautifully decorated in traditional style with dark woods, local fabrics and thatched roofs. All of the pavilions have spacious air conditioned bedrooms, sunken marble garden baths and limestone walls to ensure absolute solitude. The villas have a courtyard with rock pool, raised dining pavilion and some villas have individual pools with shaded walled gardens - the ultimate in privacy.
The settings for the Oberoi Lombok's open-air restaurants are very unique - wherever you chose to dine you will be able to see the ocean and the experience is wholly Indonesian despite the large variety of cuisines available. Sunsets from the Tokek Bar are fabulous as the sun goes down with the magical backdrop of the Gili Islands.
The Oberoi Lombok's spa offers a wide range of indulgent treatments derived from holistic therapies inspired by ancient Eastern traditions of health and healing. The serene atmosphere, ancient artifacts and reflection pools create the perfect ambience in which to unwind. There is also a gym, tennis court and mountain bikes are available for guests to use. The hotel's much photographed infinity swimming pool is simply stunning.
If you are able to drag yourself away, trips to the neighboring Gili islands for snorkeling and diving are well worth it as the reefs there are world renowned. The hotel's beach club offers kayaks, windsurfing, PADI diving courses and private boat trips with indulgent picnic lunches.
All 50 rooms at the Oberoi Lombok have thatched roofs, spacious bedrooms are decorated with local artifacts, textiles and colors. The Oberoi's 30 Garden and Oceanview Pavilions have shared terraces, the Garden & Oceanview Villas (12 with private 8x5m pool) have the addition of private courtyard gardens and raised dining pavilions. There is also a two-bedroom Villa with Pool for families or groups and the Royal Villa with Pool for the ultimate in space. All villas feature: satellite TV, DVD player, Wi-Fi, safe, phone, minibar, iPod docking station, walk in wardrobe, 24hour room service, and air-conditioned bathroom with double vanities, marble bathtub and separate shower.
|Royal Ocean View Villa w/Pool||
The Royal Villa is spread over 4,000sqm and comes with a 26ft pool, four-seater outdoor pavilion and one King-size bedroom and a spacious living room.
|Luxury Villa Garden View||
The Luxury Villa Garden View offers a raised pavilion for dining and a private terrace to unwind on. Measuring 250sqm, the bathroom is found within the private walled garden with a sunken marble bath.
|Luxury Villa Ocean View||
Benefiting from ocean views and measuring 250sqm, the Luxury Villa Ocean View has more space for families set within a private walled garden and including a beautiful sunken marble bath.
|Luxury Pavilion Garden View||
Measuring 90sqm, the Luxury Pavilion Garden View is set in its own private garden with a private terrace to unwind on.
|Luxury Pavilion Ocean View||
Spread across 90sqm, the Luxury Pavilion Ocean View is a boasts a thatched roof and Balinese style with a private walled garden and ocean views.
Children are very welcome at The Oberoi Lombok and pavilions can interconnect for families, but there are no other specific facilities here except for children's meals and babysitting.
There are three elegant al fresco dining venues which provide a range of cuisines and settings. Perfect sunsets overlooking the Gili Islands can be enjoyed at the Tokek Bar. The Oberoi Lombok has a wonderful spa offering a wide range of massages and treatments and also has a tennis court, a fully equipped gym, steam room and Jacuzzi. The Beach Club is equipped for a host of non-motorized water sports including PADI diving and the main infinity pool surrounded by Balinese pavilions is spectacular.
The Oberoi Lombok provides equipment for snorkeling, mountain bikes and tennis on a complimentary basis. Golf is available 10 minutes away by car and diving, boat and land excursions, deep sea fishing and snorkeling trips can all be arranged. There is a weekly painting and yoga class.
Location & Directions
The Oberoi, Lombok is an idyllic garden resort on Medana Beach, located on the island of Lombok (65 km due East of the island of Bali), in Nusa Tenggara Barat an Eastern province of Indonesia. The resort is 28 km (17 miles) from the city center.
When to go
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – wet and dry – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Indonesia at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.