"Along an uninterrupted stretch of curving beach sits Jeeva Klui, 'The Soul of Klui'."
Blending azure sea, tropical foliage and local culture framed by the natural beauty of Klui Beach, the resort is a sanctuary of laid-back indulgence.
From dramatic sunsets etching the volcanoes of Bali, to the stone and thatch beachfront suites fanned by swaying palms, the natural simplicity of Jeeva Klui's traditional design and Lombok's splendid tropical environment create an ambience of sheer modern luxury. Wood and stone pathways meander to the beach through the villas and suites spread across the two hectare grounds. The Waroeng restaurant and Wallace common room face the beach front infinity pool and tiered wooden decks provide a gracious common area for meeting with friends or simply enjoying the spectacular sea views.
Jeeva Klui's 27 suites includes 18 one and two-story beach front suites, six two-story garden suites and partial ocean view and three pool villas. All rooms have a private terrace with an oversized outdoor day bed and are equipped with either 32 or 40 inch flat screen televisions. All suites are a spacious 54m2 although the layouts of the suites vary with the type of suite. Incorporating shades of traditional Lombok architecture, the resort gives off a peaceful and calming atmosphere reminiscent of a rural Sasak village.
The main swimming pool is located in the center of the resort near Waroeng and measures nearly 25 meters in length. Soak up the sun on the timber deck, cool off in the ocean or take a dip in the pool, it’s all just a few steps away. Akasha and Amra villas have plunge pools in their garden compound. The Jeevaniya Spa is located by the beach on the headlands at the Southern end of the resort. Jeevaniya spa has two couples massage rooms and two single treatment rooms each with views along the beach and across the Lombok strait to the mountains of Bali. Spa attendants have been specially trained with Indonesian traditional massage methods and techniques. The spa menu includes healing massages, traditional therapies and a choice of body treatments. Treatments can be enjoyed in the spa pavilion, in the privacy of your suite or in a beach cabana.
- DVD library
- Internet access
- Board games
Dining at Jeeva Klui is mainly focused around the Waroeng, an open air restaurant that is the centre of Indonesian daily life. The laid back eatery serves up delicious Western and Asian dishes to the Waroeng's long table.
Lombok's tropical climate gifts it beautiful weather all year round. There are two distinct seasons - the wet season and the dry season - although Lombok's wet season is far drier than Bali's. The dry season lasts from May to September and the wet season lasts from October to April. Most people opt to visit during the dry summer months, although the wet season is less humid. A great time to visit is during September, just at the turn of the seasons, when the weather is hot, sunny and fine.
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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