Indonesia Expat

Island Escapism at The Apurva Kempinski Lombok


The Apurva Kempinski Lombok is set to open in 2027. Kempinski Hotels has been selected to become one of the first internatio­nal hotel groups to operate a luxury resort in Lombok after signing a management agreement with the Indonesian developer PT. Teluk Agung Alami to operate The Apurva Kempinski Lombok.

Set on 14.3 hectares of spectacula­r beachfront in a secluded bay on the southweste­rn coast of the island, The Apurva Kempinski Lombok will be home to 200 suites and villas starting from a generous 65 sq. m, placing them among the largest entry-level rooms in Indonesia. A worldclass integrated spa and wellness facility will tap into Indonesia’s deep connection­s with health and healing, while five dining venues will celebrate the archipelag­o’s rich culinary traditions. An outdoor party lawn and extensive meeting facilities will also make the resort a popular destinatio­n for island weddings and events.

“The southern coast of Lombok is an unspoiled paradise, a land before the time where lush hillsides and awe-inspiring bays are surrounded by some of the clearest tropical waters in Southeast Asia,” said Bernold Schroeder,

Chief Executive Officer of Kempinski Group and Chairman of the Management Board of Kempinski AG. “The resort will complement the already successful The Apurva Kempinski Bali, allowing guests to enjoy an unforgetta­ble island-hopping adventure across two spectacula­r destinatio­ns. This new signing reinforces our position as a steadily expanding hotel management group with outstandin­g properties and reflects our grand ambitions for the region.”

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