Svarga Resort lombok
Bed and breakfast, Private room - Senggigi, Indonesia
Derived from Sanskrit Language, Svarga means “heaven”, is uniquely designed as an exclusive resort with its hilly contour providing a natural offbeat ambiance combined with the richness of local cultures. Here, you’ll find a calming resort under the swaying coconut leaves, which is ideally located close to “Senggigi” as one of Lombok’s main tourism area. Comprises 25 units and is built on 7500 m2 of natural hilly land, the resort is connected by both raised and horizontal walkways. It is divided into 4 (four) types. Those are Mavwa Room, Neima Room, Adna Suite, and Varda (Family) Suite equipped with wide array of amenities. Besides bringing the concept of “fresh and healthy”, Svarga Resort also commits to be the hub among visitors, traditional culture and heritage, and local yet eclectic natural beauty. Along with the name, we commit to make Svarga as a perfection of your stay.
The name Svarga is carefully picked -along with the meaning of ‘heaven’-, the journey to reach this place is always challenging however when you get inside, it will be worth it. Located on a contoured site, the journey to the peak point of Svarga Resort using the genlty staircases to enjoy the heavenly view over the Ocean.
The landscape of Lombok consists of three main elements: sea, land, and mountain. Meanwhile, Svarga is situated in a unique contour that enables our architect and design team to incorporate the idea of experiencing Lombok inside the resort.
The “pearl” Lobby Lombok is now well-known for its pearl farming of the top notch quality South Sea Pearls, farmed in its blue-green seas. Lombok produces pearl with 27 delicate shades ranging from bronze, metal and
The “sea” Pond (Bau Nyale Festive) Mentioned as one of the oldest traditions in Lombok, Bau Nyale is a ritual of collecting sea worm or “Nyale”, which is believed as a reincarnation of Princess Mandalika who threw herself into the sea as a sacrifice to end the wars of those who fought over her love. Until today, Bau Nyale is still annually held around February or March, the only period of the year where the particular sea worms come to the seashore.
|Space offered||Private room|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Air conditioning
- Cot available
- Free parking