Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – Chic, funky, hospitable, and in a perfect location.
Although part of the lively Lembongan Beach Club, the stylish villas are quiet, separate, and hidden behind heavily secured doors. Accessible by buggy along a village-style path lush with foliage, each villa features a massive shower area, private gardens, and one or two bedrooms overlooking an elegant lounge/dining room. And the nicer ones boast decent-sized private pools surrounded by extensive wooden decks. The public infinity pool is meters from the turquoise sea, and the beachside lounge chairs are ideal for the legendary sunsets. Located in the village of Jungutbatu (for speedboats to/from Bali), it’s ideally positioned between the scenic bay and main street with its many shops and cafés.
Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – The Location
- Area: Part of the Lembongan Beach Club, in the northern part of Jungutbatu, with enough facilities in either direction via the beach or main street.
- Address: Jalan Jungut Batu Beach Nusa Lembongan, Jungutbatu. Along the main street in Jungutbatu, the major 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 on Bali, often with connections to the Gili Islands. Compare schedules and book online. Most boats land in the southern section of Jungutbatu, about 1 km south of the property. Ask the resort about transfers. 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.
Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – The Basics
- Guests: Part of a beach club with loud music in many places, so it appeals more to the younger crowd.
- Beach: The villa complex faces a public beach, which is busy but devoid of the fishing boats lined up elsewhere. The sand is clean and the beach, shady.
- Views: Along a narrow strip with the beach club at the front, so none of the villas offer sea views. They’re all behind high walls and overlook private gardens.
- Private Pools/Jacuzzis: Some villas have sizable private pools.
- How to Book: Booking.com will have the best rates.
- Phone: +62 (0)361 8499 173
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: trmhospitality.com
Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – Amenities
- Pool: Gorgeous infinity pool right on the beach. The Lembongan Beach Club is open to the public, so it’s usually busy and often noisy.
- Spa: In a lovely traditionally-designed building, offering a perfect setting and ambience.
- Fitness Center: Alongside the pool, with all the latest equipment.
Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – Food and Drink
- Restaurants & Bars: Café & Bakery – Coffee and scrumptious baked goodies, as well as cocktails, pizzas, and pasta. At the lobby entrance. • Kayu Manis – Elegant dining alongside the beach and pool. Indonesian and Western meals more tempting than most places elsewhere, with decent vegetarian options.
- Breakfast: Substantial breakfast included in all rates.
- Room Service: Available from 6.30 am to 9.30 pm.
Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – Rooms
- Room Types: Deluxe Room • One Bedroom Garden Villa • One Bedroom Private Pool Villa • One Bedroom Grand Premiere Private Pool Villa • Two Bedroom Premiere Private Pool Villa • List of all Rooms
- Smoking Rooms: No smoking in the rooms but okay elsewhere.
- Best Room: The One Bedroom Grand Premier Private Pool Villas are as grandiose as they sound: beautiful fusion of modern luxury and traditional design, and very secluded and spacious.
- For Families: Some villas have 2 bedrooms and dining/lounge areas, but the resort is not really set up for those with children.
Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – 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. Plenty of places in the village 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.
Lembongan Beach Club & Resort – What’s Nearby?
Best Nearby Restaurant & Bars
- Lemongrass Bar & Restaurant – Cozy and welcoming, with a shady and vibrant setting. Live music most nights. On the street, virtually opposite the lobby.
- Mickey Sports Bar & Grill – Expat hangout with a pleasant bar, darts, and snooker tables. Across the street from the lobby.
It is nicer, however, to wine and dine somewhere along the beach, especially around sunset. Places listed below face the sea and are accessible via the sand.
- Nusa Indah Restaurant – Shady during the day and romantic at night, with tablecloths, lanterns, and music. 50m south.
- Agung Restaurant – Long-time fave, with classic Lembongan set up: tables on the sand, inexpensive food, happy hours, and legendary sunsets. 100m north.
- Linda Bar & Restaurant – Newly renovated, featuring enticing chairs and beanbags on the sand. 100m past Agung’s.
Nearby Shops & Market
- Enough minimarts and low-key shops along the main street in Jungutbatu in both directions.
- Mushroom Bay – Better than Jungutbatu for swimming and snorkeling, but access is problematic. The Crusoe-esque beach at Selambung (also called Coconut Beach and Song Lambung) is more preferable. It’s a 1.5km-walk south via the beach and stone path that passes Batu Karang villas. More serious exploration of the underwater delights can be arranged through scuba-diving agencies in Jungutbatu.