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Hon­ey­moon­ers: The Oberoi

In north­ern Lom­bok, The Oberoi is the most lux­u­ri­ous re­sort on the is­land, with a pri­vate beach and in­com­pa­ra­ble sun­sets over a dis­tant back­drop of Bali’s Mount Agung vol­cano. Stay in a thatched villa or pav­il­ion.

Medana Beach, Tan­jung, 83352 Lom­bok, In­done­sia T +62 370 613 8444

Fam­ily-friendly: Novo­tel Lom­bok Re­sort and Vil­las

The only lux­ury ho­tel in south Lom­bok, the four-star Novo­tel is perched above Kuta Beach and boasts vil­las built in the tra­di­tional Sasak style. Its three swim­ming pools, pri­vate beach­front and plethora of ac­tiv­i­ties make it ideal for fam­i­lies with chil­dren.

Man­da­lika Re­sort, Pan­tai Putri Nyale, Pu­jut Lom­bok Ten­gah, 83001 Lom­bok, In­done­sia T +62 370 615 3333

Post-trek: Rin­jani Lodge

Ac­com­mo­da­tion in Se­naru con­sists mainly of back­packer hos­tels and home­s­tays. One ex­cep­tion is the bou­tique Rin­jani Lodge, with bun­ga­lows and a gor­geous in­fin­ity pool cling­ing to the edge of the lush val­ley. It’s a beau­ti­ful place to re­lax after a trek.

Jalan Peri­wisata Se­naru, Bayan, North Lom­bok, 80335 Lom­bok, In­done­sia | T +62 819 0738 4944

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