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Hotel Tugu Lombok Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia


Picturesque golf course overlooking the water
Daily barbecues on the beach
Genuine Indonesian antiques as furnishings



Lush gardens crowned with gently waving palm trees surround renovated huts nestled upon miles of pristine white beach—this is the platonic ideal of a seaside escape.

Queen rooms start at $337

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Soothe all your senses at once with a personal massage alongside the cascading waterfalls.


  • Vibe and atmosphere

    The property exudes an unparalleled relaxed ambiance—and it's no wonder, given the plethora of natural splendors. Guests can choose to remain indoors and join a cooking class while admiring the aesthetic homage to the island's diverse Dutch, Muslim, and Javanese heritage, or venture out for kayaking, turtle spotting, or trekking by the waterfalls.
  • Overall look and feel of the rooms

    Guests wake to the soothing sounds of the beach, drawing back the curtains to reveal waterfront vistas. Suites are housed in private villas, many of which feature private plunge pools, Jacuzzis, and sundecks that provide incomparable vantage points from which to admire the region's sunsets.
  • Service style

    Upon arrival, staff greet guests with a handcrafted libation while simultaneously whisking away their luggage; the warm service is unwavering, from freshly prepared breakfast spreads to private snorkeling tours.
  • Preferred room type

    The Ampenan bungalows serve up a slice of forgotten history along with the privileges of modern-day comforts; designed in tribute to an obsolete group of Chinese settlers mixed with indigenous natives called the Peranakan, the rooms feature embellishments harkening to the culture's heyday, in addition to outdoor patios and rain showers.
  • Unique property features

    In keeping with the mission statement of the historically-minded Tugu properties, the Lombok branch pays tribute to its regional home, with a bounty of artifacts, painstakingly sourced—many from before the 16th-century Dutch occupation—and on display throughout the property.