Pullman Lombok Mandalika Beach Resort

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Located on the southern coast of Indonesia’s island of Lombok, Pullman Lombok Mandalika Beach Resort is now open, providing travelers with an energizing destination to recharge and reconnect. Only 20-minutes from Lombok International Airport, the resort also offers convenient access to the nearby Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit, home to some of Southeast Asia’s most exciting motorsports events.

Pullman Lombok Mandalika Beach Resort boasts 257 well-appointed rooms, spacious suites, and villas that combine designs of modern room interiors with traditional Sasak art, the indigenous tribe of Lombok. Guests are pampered with a private balcony in each room with the choice of garden views or stunning Indian Ocean views. Handcrafted bath amenities, using locally sourced ingredients, are available for suites and villas to upgrade the resort stay experience.

The resort features four dining venues, including the Aer Restaurant – an all-day dining venue with classic comfort dishes and creative fusion tastes, and the Sgara Seafood Restaurant, perfect for guests watching the sunset whilst enjoying the local catch of the day. The Lobby Lounge offers an artful and inviting open-air space with breathtaking ocean and pool views, while the swim-up bar, Lalo, is set by the resort’s free-form swimming pool.

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Guests can stay energized at the fitness lounge that inspires and motivates them to stay fit. Pullman’s Global Fit programs, trainers, specialty classes, and the latest exercise and weight equipment are also on offer. Pullman Spa serves as a modern wellness sanctuary with four pampering treatment pavilions and reflexology chairs with a team of expert therapists.

While in Lombok, guests can explore Tanjung Aan Beach, Selong Belanak Beach, and Kuta Beach, with plenty of surfing and snorkeling opportunities available. Trekking trails at Merese Hill and Mount Tunak Nature Park offer views of rolling, forested hills and sunsets over the Indian Ocean. Visitors can also visit Ende and Sade villages to immerse themselves in the traditional culture of Lombok’s Sasak people.

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