Photo: Late light on Lembongan.

Photo of The Point ResortThe Point Resort

Isolated luxury

Between Dream Beach and Mushroom Bay T: (0813) 3859 5776  info@thepointlembongan.com
http://www.thepointlembongan.com

The Point Resort

Our rating:

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.



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The alang alang-roofed rooms are oversized and all have fabulous ocean views. The all air-con rooms are fitted out with large flat screen TVs (just in case you get sick of the view) and each has a small furnished terrace, though at this priceline, a bigger balcony would have been warranted. Bathrooms are large, clean and have a good-sized tub, two basins and separate shower. There’s also a large common area that looks like the kind of place that would whip up a martini or something pretty with an umbrella in it as the sun starts to sink. Oh, and the pool, not the biggest, but it is gorgeous. Lastly there’s a lower-level sun deck for those who prefer a bit more privacy. Very isolated, you’re paying a lot to stay here, but if this is in your budget, go for it.


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The Point Resort
Between Dream Beach and Mushroom Bay
T: (0813) 3859 5776 
info@thepointlembongan.com
http://www.thepointlembongan.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 115º25'39.36" E, 8º40'59.16" S
Room rates: 1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp

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