Wyndham Hotel Group has confirmed they will open the brand-new Wyndham Lombok Sundancer Resort in Lombok midway through 2018.
Located on 48 hectares of picturesque beachfront land close to Desert Point – one of Lombok’s most famous surf breaks – the resort will feature a total of 66 suites, along with an all-day dining restaurant, 900-sqm pool with a swim-up bar and deep water area for diving lessons. Along with extensive spa and wellness facilities, the resort is set to feature a private beach club bar and a range of outdoor activities, including jet skiing, windsurfing and diving excursions.
Lombok’s latest resort is being developed by PT Wisata Bahagia Indonesia under a management agreement with PT Wyndham Hotel Management, an Indonesian subsidiary of Wyndham Hotel Group.
“Aside from Bali, which continues to be a crowd favourite, Indonesia has plenty of spectacular destinations like Lombok that will excite adventure seeking travellers thanks to its unspoiled natural landscape,” said David Wray, vice president, acquisitions and development of Wyndham Hotel Group South East Asia and the Pacific Rim. “With an increasing number of direct flights into Lombok from Asia Pacific’s key gateway cities, we are certain the appeal of Lombok will continue to grow in the coming years,” he continued.
The announcement follows Wyndham’s recent acquisition of five managed hotels under the upscale Wyndham Hotels and Resorts brand and upper-upscale Wyndham GrandÂ® brands in Bali and Palembang in Indonesia, in addition to Cam Ranh and Nha Trang in Vietnam.