After months-long mandatory hiatus, Lelewatu Resort Sumba reopened its doors, allowing the guest to recharge in nature after a long chapter of ‘stay at home’ period due to COVID 19 pandemic.
An absolute hidden gem nestled on a clifftop of gorgeous West Sumba, Lelewatu Resort Sumba spread across a secluded 10-hectare landscape of lush and unspoiled nature, overlooking the majestic Indian Ocean view on its the vast horizon. Built by Sumbanese business woman Jenny Tan, the exceptional retreat aimed to elevate their guest staying experience with first-rate facilities and unrivaled personal services. The resort has just reopened their secluded sanctuary on 1st December 2020; ready to leave the guest startled once again with Sumba’s iconic panoramic views.
Lelewatu Resort Sumba boasts an immersive atmosphere that will take their guest to incredible staying experience and unbeatable landscape views in one of its luxurious lodging villa unit; including one signature Sumba House where every single details was created to resemble traditional Sumbanese house. Each of the villas were also designed with Sumbanese architectural concept in mind, decorated with the legendary ‘Ikat Sumba’ woven textiles and completed with luxurious bathroom which includes a special arrangement of His and Hers bath amenities.
The resort concept and philosophy speaks highly about experience in both heritage and nature. Take a few steps up and you can see the “lelewatu” sacred ring stone that gives the resort its catchy name, and get down a bit to the open-air restaurant area where you will be able to weave the authentic Ikat Sumba and indulge yourself in the traditional Sumbanese costume.
Fully respecting the government protocols for the pandemic COVID-19 situation, Lelewatu Resort Sumba perform thorough safety protocols for the security and comfort of each staying guest; body temperature check, mask and sanitizers, and overall high standards of cleanliness. You can book your stay now on this magnificent nature-bound sanctuary for your next luxurious yet artistic holiday stay.