Luxtripper Travel Editor
Spanning twenty-four acres of exquisite landscaped gardens, The Oberoi is home to 20 charming villas, and 30 inviting terrace pavilions. Reminiscent of a quaint Indonesian village, all accommodation is adorned in a traditional style, with thatched roofing, sunken marble baths, limestone touches, and teak wood flooring. With sweeping views across the Gili Islands, and Bali’s volcanic Mount Agung, The Oberoi is enveloped by a curtain of indigenous trees, to create the ultimate secluded retreat.
Complete with three excellent open-air restaurant and bar spaces, the hotel offers elegant al fresco dining options that serve a variety of innovative international cuisine. Guests can indulge in breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks, whilst admiring sunset views, and enjoying traditional Balinese dance, and entertainment. A stay at The Oberoi also affords visitors unlimited access to the hotel’s spectacular infinity pool, which has become an attraction in itself. Offering direct access to the beach, guests are also entitled to free beach and pool cabanas, as well as having admission to the hotel’s nine indoor swimming pools, tennis courts, and health club.
The sweet symphony of local song birds filter into the accommodation of The Oberoi - it's stunning pavilions and luxurious villas overlook either tropical gardens, or magnificent ocean scenes. Decorated with traditional artefacts, hand-tufted rugs, and authentic fabrics, all accommodation is fashioned in a Balinese style, and exudes a rustic pastoral charm.
Royal Villas come with private pools, and deliver all-encompassing views of the ocean, swimming pool, and gardens. Complete with outdoor dining pavilions, perfect for entertaining, and evening drinks, Royal Villas are elegant and calming as they are finished in a delicate natural palette to reflect their surroundings.
Ocean Villas are available with either a private garden or a private pool, and have traditional stone lights strewn along their pathways to guide visitors to their blissful abode. Embraced by frangipani trees, the sweet scent of its blossoms arouses the tropical sensation of island life.
Luxury Pavilions are bright and spacious, and are flooded with a beautiful abundance of natural light. Furnished with organic stone features, traditional art pieces, and deluxe fabrics, luxury pavilions either overlook the hotel’s exotic gardens, or illustrious Medana Bay.
Similarly to Lumbung, Sunbird Café is located outdoors under the shade of swaying palms, and the parasols that bedeck the intimate tables of this stylish, yet relaxed café. With uninterrupted bay views, and an outdoor kitchen, guests can indulge in a dynamic selection of continental cuisine, including ample gluten free and vegetarian options.
Receiving its name from the native island geckos, Tokek Bar is strewn with brass gecko decorations and rattan-cane furniture, giving it a rural, yet chic feel. Serving everything from coffee to cocktails, Tokek also has an impressive tapas menu for those seeking a light snack. Gentle music runs in the background creating a soothing environment where guests can drink, read, and even play board games!
Enclosed by a private walled garden, the spa offers an exceptional array of holistic treatments. Therapists specialise in a number of Balinese, Thai, Western, and speciality Oberoi ritual remedies, and popular therapies include the milk and rose bath, the frangipani and coconut boreh, and the hot lava shell massage. In addition to the spa, the hotel has a fully equipped fitness center with a full range of weight machines, free weights, and cardiovascular apparatus to help guests maintain their fitness whilst away. There is also a steam room and jacuzzi available for guests, and yoga classes run weekly.
A stay at The Oberoi includes a number of exciting complimentary activities for guests such as snorkelling, tennis, and nearby mountain biking. There are also a host of excellent onsite activities including windsurfing, kayaking, rowing, canoeing, and miniature golf.
Within the vicinity, guests can also partake in sailing, hiking, and scuba diving, or set-off on an inspiring eco-tour. Excursions can be arranged to explore Lombok’s fascinating attractions, and popular tours range from day trips to the crystal waters of the Gili Islands, the cascading waves of the Senaru Waterfalls, and the soaring summit of the sacred Mount Rinjani.