Hotel Tugu Lombok


When he built Hotel Tugu Lombok, founder Anhar Setjadibrata hoped to resurrect the art, soul and romance of Lombok’s past. As such, this hotel is part luxury accommodation option, part art gallery and museum. Doubling as an exhibition space for Setjadibrata’s staggering collection of Indonesian antiques and artworks, Hotel Tugu Lombok allows its guests a rare insight into forgotten aspects of the island’s traditional culture. Situated on the secluded, untainted shores of Sire Beach on Lombok’s northwest coast, the hotel also stands as a testament to this often-overlooked destination’s natural heritage. It is a haven defined by sparkling waters and whispering palms, and it is this heady combination of scenic beauty and cultural authenticity that makes a stay at Hotel Tugu Lombok so exceptional.


  • Marvel at the beauty of Hotel Tugu Lombok’s many historical artworks and antiques
  • Experience Indonesia’s fascinating culinary history through the hotel’s unique dining experiences
  • Explore Lombok’s beautiful natural scenery on a guided waterfall tour
  • Sign up for a private snorkelling or scuba-diving trip to the nearby Gili Islands



Lombok, Indonesia

Best time to go

The best time to visit Lombok is during Indonesia’s dry season, which runs from May until September.

Our thoughts

At Hotel Tugu Lombok, guests can expect fine dining, exceptional service and exquisite aesthetics.

The hotel is also remarkable for its diverse range of activities- which include traditional herbal healing classes, pearl cultivation tours and turtle hatching experiences. Put simply, at Hotel Tugu Lombok, boredom is simply not an option.


  • Spa
  • Complimentary wifi
  • Complimentary daily high tea
  • Complimentary welcome massage
  • Choice of restaurants and dining experiences
  • Bar
  • Art shop and gallery
  • Private boat
  • Bicycle and scooter rental
  • Chauffeur service
  • Airport transfers
  • Babysitting service


Bale Kokok Pletok Restaurant - Surrounded by the hotel’s lush gardens and serene lotus ponds, this rustic open-air restaurant simultaneously boasts breathtaking ocean views. The menu at Bale Kokok Pletok features fine international and Asian dishes, in addition to the authentic Indonesian cuisine for which Lombok is famous.


Lara Djonggrang Bar - Featuring hundred year old wooden furniture, beautiful artworks, and a long teak bar lit by oil lamps, Lara Djonggrang is a chicly primitive venue with an impressively-stocked wine cellar.


Hotel Tugu Lombok also offers its guests several unique destination-dining experiences, which take place throughout the hotel property. Possible dining venues include a two-hundred year old reconstructed temple, or a decadent bamboo bed located on the white sands of Sire Beach.

Kampong Lombok Bungalows -  Designed in the style of a native Lombok village house, these intimate units offer a traditional atmosphere complimented by all the trappings of modern luxury living.


Kampong Ampenan Bungalows - Similar in size and amenities to the Kampong Lombok Bungalows, these guest rooms celebrate the island’s largely forgotten Peranakan culture with artworks and design details reminiscent of Lombok’s Chinese settlers.


Aloon-Aloon Garden Villas - These sumptuous suites are individually situated amidst the hotel’s lush grounds. In addition to a serene private garden, each one includes an outdoor dining and living space, and a bathroom complete with an over-sized sunken bathtub.


Aloon-Aloon Rama Sinta Villas - These unique suites face onto an open-air hall filled with giant Rama Sinta statues and surrounded by beautiful tropical trees. Each one boasts a private terrace, an outdoor dining area, and a semi-outdoor bathroom complete with a separate bathtub and rain shower.


Bhagavat Gita Oceanfront Suites - Housed in an elegant colonial-era building that directly overlooks the ocean, these spacious suites feature high thatched ceilings, a tropical garden and lotus pool, and a private plunge pool that boasts spectacular views of the adjacent beachfront.


Sang Hyang Nirvana and Jagatnata Villas - Offering 600 square metres of space, the Sang Hyang Nirvana and Sang Hyang Jagatnata Villas are situated on the beach, just a few metres from the ocean. Both villas feature a large private plunge pool, a jacuzzi, a spacious sundeck and a garden big enough for hosting private functions.


Puri Dadap Merah Villas - Inspired by the architecture of Lombok’s ancient temples, this luxuriously appointed villa offers exquisite garden and ocean views. It boasts a large private plunge pool, a private spa and massage area, and an astonishing array of Indonesian antiques and artworks. The highlight of this villa is its rooftop dining area.


  • Spa
  • Yoga and meditation classes
  • Trekking
  • Fishing
  • Snorkelling
  • Scuba diving
  • Surfing
  • Traditional cooking classes
  • Djamoe herbal drinks classes
  • Turtle releasing experience
  • Pearl cultivation classes
  • Sunset horse-drawn bendi rides
  • Old City tours

Children are more than welcome at Hotel Tugu Lombok. To allow parents a little quality time to themselves, babysitting services are available at the hotel upon request.


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