Located on a pristine white sand beach with views of Mount Rinjani, Tugu Lombok features colourful traces of Dutch colonialism and statues of Hindu gods. Built next to an 18-hole golf course, each of the 37 guestrooms is uniquely designed. Tugu Lombok offers 101 Dining Temptations, a tailored approach to dining experiences. Guests can also choose to dine in almost any location from the quiet beach or the garden, to private dining on the pavilion above the lily pond or a table within the extraordinary Bale Kokok Pletok dining hall.
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每个房间都配有大床，其他设备包括：Ipod， DVD 播放器和42英寸隐藏式平板电视。 每个单元的总面积为350平方米至400平方米。
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“Tugu Hotels aim to keep the rich cultural heritage and the romantic, thousands-years-old history of Indonesia alive. Our lifelong passion for Indonesian arts and history was started by my father and proprietor, Anhar Setjadibrata, who had begun collecting Indonesian antiques when he was a young poor medical student in the 1960s. His passion then grew to become a family mission to bring back to life the art, soul and romance of Indonesia, and to introduce them to the world in a package of dreamy landscapes, atmospheric interior and arts that transports guests to another world of ancient kingdoms and quixotic legends. Each Tugu is designed, built, and managed personally by the owner’s family without outside architect or interior designers, as each of them is a work of love. Secret Retreats is a fellowship of passionate owners opening their doors to share their love and legends.”
Anhar Setjadibrata – Keeper of Indonesian ArtThe quintessential Renaissance Man, Anhar Setiadibrata is a hotelier, physician, lawyer and the owner of a priceless collection of fine Indonesian art and cultural antiquities. His passion for Indonesian art and history began while he was a young medical student in Java and today has turned into the stunning group of Tugu Hotels that now showcase his art collection.
Anhar began collecting antiques in 1972 at the age of 25 when he was a medical representative for an international pharmaceutical company and travelled to visit doctors in small villages. During these visits, he had the opportunity to explore Java, Bali, Nusa Tenggara, Timor and Borneo, and came across many people who were discarding priceless antiquities and cultural relics. They believed these historical treasures to be out of style and old-fashioned. Anhar, however, saw the beauty and rich history of these artefacts. His endless search for cultural antiquities began as a quest, fueled by his youthful idealism to learn the history of his country. He never thought of collecting for profit, but as a way to save these treasures and a tangible piece of Indonesia’s history. As his collection grew, Anhar realised the artefacts needed to be shared and opened his first boutique museum hotel, Tugu in east Java city of Malang, in 1989.
Thanks to its Clean and Green campaign, this hotel organises everything from visits to a local school to teaching others about good environmental practices. One of their community initiatives called Eco Park grows fruit, herbs, yams, vegetables and spices. No chemicals have been used and all the produce is 100% organic. Guests that book a cooking class at the resort are taken on a tour to learn how the hotel makes their own compost.
To support a nearby coral reef, the hotel has also built a unique artistic Biorock structure that aims to generate new marine life. Guests can access it by swimming or canoeing to the site, and then snorkel to see the growing colourful corals and sea creatures. It also features a floating area to sunbathe on or enjoy some shade under the roof's solar panels. Eventually, these corals will cover the entire underwater Barong-shaped structure to form Tugu's logo.
Tugu Lombok recycles used cans, bottles, plastic and candles. Wastewater from the kitchen and laundry is used for gardening, and paper is recycled into bags and wrapping paper. They also support the community by buying all their fresh produce from local farms/markets. 95% of their staff are from Lombok. Guests wishing to participate in Tugu Lombok's local endeavours can help support the turtle farm, pearl farm, local dance/culture, or plant trees.
“Set on 400 metres of beachfront, this 37 room hotel also has a dragon boat in which to explore the nearby Gili Islands.”
Kim, the discoverer.
GENERALTotal number of rooms: 37
Time zone: (GMT+08:00) Singapore
Currency accepted: IDR
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, UnionPay
Electricity voltage: 220V
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ACCESS2 hours drive from Lombok Airport, direction Sire Beach to the North.
Nearest Airport: Lombok International Airport (LOP) - 65 km
CONTACTJl. Pantai Sire Desa Sigar Penjalin Kecamatan Tanjung Lombok Utara NTB, 83352 Tanjung, Indonesia