Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Jungut Batu faces onto Lembongan's longest beach. This is where the majority of the island's accommodation is.
Great waterfront valueBeachfront, Jungut Batu
T: (0812) 390 6300;
Tarci is attached to the popular Shipwreck restaurant midway along the main beach. The beachfront area is given over to a swimming pool, deckchairs and a restaurant and catches the full brunt of the ... Read the full review of Tarci Bungalows.
Cheapest on the beach!Beachfront, Jungut Batu
T: (0361) 743 1326;
We'd imagine Agung's Bungalows and Restaurant is a bit of a throwback to old school Nusa Lembongan. It has a dozen or so cute little rattan and wooden rooms in two-storey huts and a slightly more ... Read the full review of Agung's Bungalows.
Good beachside valueBeachfront, Jungut Batu
T: (0366) 24 497;
For flashpackers looking for a homely place right near where the boats come in, this is a good option. Romanticists need to get in early to grab the front upstairs room, which enjoys great views and ... Read the full review of Bungalo No 7.
Very good rates for the standardBeachfront, Jungut Batu
T: (0812) 360 0867;
This cute beachside bungalow operation has a gaggle of rooms in upstairs and downstairs flavours scattered through the pleasant garden grounds. Rooms are very clean, all white with deep blue details, ... Read the full review of Linda Bungalows.
Budget digs on the beachBeachfront, Jungut Batu
This tiny place has just four rooms (two upstairs, two downstairs) in two wooden buildings right on the beach footpath and not far from where the speedboats arrive. The rooms are a good size and the ... Read the full review of Rama Beach Inn.
A bit out of the wayBeachfront, Jungut Batu
T: (0366) 24 482;
This is a bit of a rambling property with a range of rooms in different configurations. The best value are the ones in the three-storey building (that's a veritable skyscraper by Lembongan standards) ... Read the full review of Puri Nusa.
Off the beach, Jungut Batu
Back off the main beach you'll find some fabulous budget deals to be had, especially at the northern end of the stretch.
A unique property on LembonganOff the beach, Jungut Batu
T: (0813) 3739 9577;
Shipwrecks is built in the style of a Balinese compound, with individual pavillions in a leafy garden setting. It's a small set-up, housing two double rooms connected by a gantry to the main ... Read the full review of Shipwrecks.
Excellent budget traveller valueOff the beach, Jungut Batu
T: (0828) 9769 2307;
Yes, it is an odd name, but there's nothing odd about the value for money here. Bunda 7 represents excellent value for Nusa Lembongan. Located towards the eastern end of the big beach, it offers a ... Read the full review of Bunda 7.
Oversized rooms with a poolOff the beach, Jungut Batu
T: (0812) 3717 2634;
Set more or less opposite Secret Garden, midway between the beach and the main road, Jepun Lembongan Villas has a bunch of oversized rooms overlooking a central but unshaded swimming pool. Rooms have ... Read the full review of Jepun Lembongan Villas.
Great valueOff the beach, Jungut Batu
Hidden down a dirt pathway running back from Puri Nusa and the beach, Rama Garden was a pretty new arrival as at mid-2011 and with the rooms still gleamingly new, this was really great value. They've ... Read the full review of Rama Garden.
Good midrange offbeach optionJungut Batu
T: (0812) 390 0686;
Pondok Baruna has three separate properties: a beachside location, one mid-way between the beach and the road, and a roadside restaurant. The section between the road and the beach is the most ... Read the full review of Pondok Baruna.
A bit of traffic noise, big roomsOff the beach, Jungut Batu
T: (0812) 360 5886;
Like nearby Jepun Lembongan Villas, Pondok Jenggala has a bunch of oversized new bungalows built around a moderately-sized, unshaded swimming pool. The rooms here are big — the one we were shown ... Read the full review of Pondok Jenggala.
Jungut Batu headland
This marks the beginning of the trail to Coconut Bay and has a mix of flashpacker through to quite expensive private villas and hotels. Great views but not always the best value.
Good value for the headlandJungut Batu headland
T: (0828) 368 1443;
Another of the 7 conglomerate, Oka Bungalo 7 is perched on the headland next to Ware Ware and offers good value Balinese-style cottages that are well positioned to get the most out of the view. ... Read the full review of Oka Bungalo 7.
PopularJungut Batu headland
T: (0812) 380 3321;
Set a little way out along the headland, Ware Ware covers the middle ground between Oka Bungalo 7 and Playgrounds. Rooms are an unusual hexagonal style with alang alang roofs, staggered up the ... Read the full review of Ware Ware.
Luxurious and privateJungut Batu headland
T: (0366) 24 880; F: (0366) 24 881
This place bills itself as five-star resort and though we think they're flattering themselves with that description, this is definitely a with-frills spot for Lembongan. The 23-room resort clinging ... Read the full review of Batung Karu Resort and Day Spa.
Very popular with great viewsJungut Batu headland
T: (0817) 474 8427;
Named after the nearby surfbreak, Playgrounds has a mix of fan-cooled and air-con rooms along with a whole swag of villas running up the embankment from the trail. At the base there's a tempting ... Read the full review of Playgrounds Resort.
This beach is mostly given over to large private residences and villas. While there are a couple of places to stay, we thought only one was worth mentioning.
Friendly and good valueTamarind Bay
T: (0812) 364 0565;
We thought Nanuk Huts was by far the best option on Tamarind Bay. Smart lumbungs look over the garden, swimming pool, restaurant and down to the ocean. This isn't a beachfront property, but the sand ... Read the full review of Nanuk Huts.
Mushroom Bay has a good selection of beachside accommodation and some great value deals back off the beach.
Excellent valueMushroom Bay village
T: (0819) 1662 6336;
With just four lumbung-style rooms a scant few minutes from Mushroom Bay, this is simply excellent value. It's a compact site run by the affable Ketut, and it's well cared for, with pretty and lush ... Read the full review of Alam Nusa Huts and Spa.
Best value on the beachMushroom Bay
T: (0366) 24 515;
Set on the eastern headland overloooking Mushroom Bay, this large bungalow operation has the best vantage point of all the beachside properties here. Rooms come in a few varieties, with lumbungs and ... Read the full review of Mushroom Beach Bungalows.
Cracking valueMushroom Bay village
T: (0812) 3671 2426;
This place, the first you'll reach upon entering Mushroom Bay village, is absolutely cracking value for the budget traveller. The compact block behind their Balinese restaurant has a handful of ... Read the full review of Adi Bungalows.
Luxury with your toes in the sandMushroom Bay
T: (0361) 484 085; F: (0361) 484 695
At the higher end on Mushroom Bay, the Waka Nusa struck us as the best and most memorable choice. Rooms are set well back from the beach and are large, grass-roofed spherical cottages which, while ... Read the full review of Waka Nusa.
Three beachside lumbungsMushroom Bay
The Mola Mola Hotel is a brand new place that was so new they had neither phone nor business cards when we visited in mid-2011. What they did have was three brand new lumbung cottages with ocean ... Read the full review of Mola Mola Hotel.
Popular with familiesMushroom Bay
T: (0828) 368 7447;
Rambling back from towards the western end of Mushroom Bay, Tanis is somewhat of a peculiar property, with a bunch of different room configurations but with their cheapest in a two-floor building ... Read the full review of The Tanis.
Not the best value but spaciousMushroom Bay village
T: (0819) 1632 0356;
Sharing the same owner as the beachside Mushroom Beach Bungalows, Mushroom Garden Villas opened in June 2011 and has two rows of Balinese-style, thatched roof villas overlooking a mid-sized swimming ... Read the full review of Mushroom Garden Villas.
Western Nusa Lembongan
This area covers a series of small bays and beaches set on the western extremity of Nusa Lembongan. The standards are high, but bear in mind these are quite isolated spots.
Isolated luxuryBetween Dream Beach and Mushroom Bay
T: (0813) 3859 5776;
Certainly one of the flashest digs we saw on Lembongan, The Point Resort sits on the pinnacle of Sanghyang Cape on western Nusa Lembongan, and is quite a spectacular little hotel. The alang ... Read the full review of The Point Resort.
Lovely locationDream Beach
T: (0812) 398 3772;
Dream Beach Huts is just about as far west as you can stay on Nusa Lembongan. Perched on the rim of the very pretty same-named beach, Dream Beach Huts has two styles of lumbung-style bungalows ... Read the full review of Dream Beach Huts.
A good dealNear Dream Beach
T: (0813) 3859 5776;
Sort of north as the crow flies from Dream Beach, Sunset Villas and Cafe has quiet, spacious lawn grounds on a peninsula off western Nusa Lembongan. It isn't right on the water's edge as there's a ... Read the full review of Sunset Villas and Cafe.
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