Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa in Nusa Lembongan, Bali

• Location: Jungutbatu.
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• Hotel phone: +62 (0)366 559 6377
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Batu Karang Lembongan Resort features 3 pools. The infinity pool by the lobby offers great views.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – Luxury cliff-side villas with superlative views.

This stylish resort is spread along a cliff and offers terrific views from everywhere. Secluded villas are elegantly furnished and feature open-air bathrooms with free-standing tubs. The extraordinary (but not uninterrupted) views reach as far as Mount Rinjani (on Lombok Island) on a clear day from wooden balconies broad enough for a table, chairs, and cozy sofa. The classy poolside restaurant and café perched above the sea also share the same remarkable views. The path within the resort is very steep (so buggies are provided), and it leads to a second infinity pool which boasts even more splendid panoramas. Jungutbatu and its numerous facilities and port for speedboats to/from Bali is just a short walk away.

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Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – The Location

  • Area: Perched on a cliff along the southern end of the village, 200m away. Only accessible by steps and a stone path.
  • Address: Jungutbatu village, on the island of Nusa Lembongan, about 40 minutes by speedboat from Bali (or longer from the Gili Islands).
  • How to Get There: The only way to reach Nusa Lembongan island is by speedboat from Sanur or Padangbai in Bali, often with connections to the Gili Islands. Compare schedules and book online. Majority of the boats arrive at Jungutbatu, the main village, with most arrival/departure points within walking distance of the resort. And note: getting on/off these speedboats often involves wading through the water (many times at least knee-deep).
  • Handy to: Jungutbatu village. Offices/terminals for speedboats to Bali and the Gili Islands.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – The Basics

  • Guests: Likes to attract families but facilities are more suitable for couples.
  • Beach: The closest beach is at Jungutbatu village, about 150m away. Too many fishing boats in several places, but also white sand, calm water, and highly photogenic.
  • Views: The resort faces the stunning cove and Jungutbatu village. Inevitably, most views are blocked to some degree by the backs of other villas. Those further up provide less unobstructed views but are more difficult to reach on foot (although buggies are provided).
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: Some villas and rooms feature private plunge pools, while a few have larger swimming pools.
  • Extras: Day Lounge with a library for guests who arrive before check-in or have late flights home.
  • How to Book: will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +62 (0)366 559 6377
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Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – Amenities

  • Pool: Three pools. The infinity pool at the lobby is a good size and faces the sea. Another further up the hill offers even more awe-inspiring views and a swim-up bar. A third alongside is for laps.
  • Spa: Lulur Spa offers a steam room and impressive range of treatments. Popular, not just with guests.
  • Fitness Center: No.
  • Other Facilities: Moneychanger.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – Food and Drink

  • Restaurants & Bars: Muntigs Bar & Restaurant – Refined International and Asian cuisine, and an extensive wine list. Faces the main pool. • The Deck Café & Bar – Magnificent setting, seemingly perched above the sea. Tasty light meals, pizzas, homemade cakes, coffee, and cocktails. • The Balcony – One level above The Deck for even more superb views. Perfect for sunsets and cocktails. • The Howff – The island’s premier lounge bar for whisky and wine.
  • Breakfast: Most rates include breakfast.
  • Room Service: Available during restaurant hours – 7 am to 8 pm.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – Rooms

  • Room Types: Standard Room • Double Room with Plunge Pool • 1 Bedroom Villa • Superior 1 Bedroom Villa with Plunge Pool • Suite • Suites with Pool • 3 Bedroom Villa • List of all Rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: No smoking in the accommodations. Ask management about dedicated areas.
  • Best Room: The Suites with Pool are very secluded, with abundant windows maximizing light and views. Pools are large enough for swimming, not just plunging.
  • For Families: Villas have up to 3 bedrooms and some offer connecting doors.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – Local Transport

  • Walking & Cycling: Expect to do plenty of walking. Bicycles are a great option in and around Jungutbatu village, but nowhere else because of the hills and potholes, although the hotel does rent bikes.
  • Other Transport: No cars are allowed on the island. However, motorbikes are easy to rent and a terrific way to explore the island – and with no police, licenses are not required. New ‘taxis’ (pickup trucks) ply the narrow roads, but most are commandeered by speedboat companies and hotels, so arrange a lift through the hotel, if required. Cumbersome drive-yourself buggies can be rented at Mushroom Bay, and boats can be chartered anywhere for a more scenic way to reach remote parts of the island.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – What’s Nearby?

Best Nearby Restaurants & Bars

    Within a 2-minute stroll along the raised stone path leading to the villas are:

  • Thai Pantry – Adorable newcomer, with a bar in a converted Volkswagen combi-van. Authentic food, awesome views, and live music most nights.
  • Lembongan Reef – Classier than nearby rivals. Happy hours, coffee, and seafood at pleasing prices.
  • Ware Ware Warung – Long-standing favorite and closest to the beach. Bar on a higher level and grills to delight.
  • Kodul Beach Bar & Café – Beach level, 200m down the steps. Laidback vibe popular with surfers. Best place to hang out while waiting for speedboats to Bali.

Nearby Shops & Markets

  • Enough minimarts and other low-key shops along the main street in Jungutbatu, about 500m away.

Nearby Attractions

  • Much of the beach at Jungutbatu is lined with boats, so for better swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing, walk about 300m further west along the stone path past the villas to the Crusoe-esque Selambung Beach (also known as Coconut Beach and Song Lambung Beach). More serious exploration of the underwater delights can be arranged through a few scuba-diving agencies in Jungutbatu.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa – The Hotel

The resort is located near the southern end of Jungutbatu village.

Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa is along a stone path, easy to reach via steps from the southern end of Jungutbatu village.

The resort location is convenient to facilities in the village.

The villas are one of the first along the stone path, hence convenient to facilities in the village.

The Deck Café & Bar offers light meals and great views.

In front of the villas, The Deck Café & Bar offers splendid views and light meals.

The Deck serves good coffee and cakes.

The Deck is a stylish place for coffee and homemade cakes.

The Deck offers great views.

Views from The Deck are superb.

The Balcony above The Deck is popular for its cocktails, views, and sunsets.

One level above The Deck is The Balcony, perfect for views, sunsets, and cocktails.

The main pool is by the reception.

The main pool is at the reception area on the lowest level.

All accommodations come with broad balconies.

Each room and villa offers a broad balcony.

Views from accommodations are blocked by trees and other villas.

Views from the villas and rooms are often obstructed by trees and other villas.

The resort is located over a hill, and hence it provides buggies for its guests.

Villas are layered up a steep hill, but golf buggies are provided.

The stylish villas offer a mix of elegance and tradition.

Villas are very stylish: a lovely combination of contemporary elegance and traditional Bali.

Villas comes with magnificent open-air bathrooms.

The open-air bathroom is a notable feature of each villa.

Thai Pantry is a unique cafe nearby.

Within a 2-minute walk along the stone path from the resort is the unique Thai Pantry.

Ware Ware Warung is one of the island's oldest and finest cafes.

Also very close to the villas, Ware Ware Warung is one of the island’s first cafés and still one of the best.

The cafe at Lembongan Reef Bungalows offers great views.

Another restaurant along the stone path that leads from the resort is the pleasant café at Lembongan Reef Bungalows.

Kodul Beach Bar & Café is an excellent hangout down the steps to the village.

Just down the steps to the village, Kodul Beach Bar & Café is a top-notch place to hang out in while waiting for speedboats to Bali or the Gili Islands.

The Jungutbatu beach is scenic but often lined with boats.

The beach at Jungutbatu village, only 200m from the villas, is scenic but often lined with boats.

Selambung beach nearby is nicer.

A nicer beach is about 400m further along the stone path at Selambung.

Most guests arrive at Nusa Lembongan by speedboat from Sanur, but there is no terminal or jetty on the island.

Most guests come by speedboat from Sanur, on the south coast of Bali, but there is no terminal or jetty, so passengers must wade through the sea to get on and off the boats.

Most speedboat offices are located in Jungutbatu village close-by.

Most speedboat offices are in Jungutbatu village, only 300m or so from the villas. The whole process is very casual. Check rates and availability: Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Spa

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