"Qunci Villas is a beautifully appointed luxury resort situated on a pristine beach."
The Qunci concept embodies comfort, chicness and value - the resort comprises luxury pared down to the essentials.
The pool area is breathtaking: 30 metre infinity-edge overflow pools are located directly on the beachfront in front of the Lombok Sea with neighbouring Bali's Mount Gunung Agung as the idyllic backdrop. The pools have underwater benches perfect for relaxing on and enjoying spectacular Lombok sunsets. Like swimming on a sheet of floating glass extending out into the Lombok Sea, the peace and tranquility of the pools, accompanied by the stunning panoramic views, truly make this an outstanding feature of the resort.
Accommodation at the Qunci resort comes in the form of a range of beautifully designed rooms and villas, all set within lush tropical gardens. Villas come with their own private pools and sun decks perfect for that added luxury. The villas have been designed by renowned architect, Joost Van Grieken to maximise stunning views over exotic foliage and sparkling waters. Each accommodation unit is a stylish fusion of modern architecture combined with the traditional style of Lombok using local materials.
The hotel's Qamboja spa offers the ultimate Lombok Spa experience. Treatments incorporate essences of plants, aromas of healing flowers, elements from the ocean, and Lombok, Balinese and Indonesian herbs and spices - all blended from traditional recipes into modern-day beauty rituals to give you treatments that awaken and indulge your senses.
- Overflow infinity pools
The Qunci resort offers a range of excellent food across its two restaurants, with delicious fresh seafood and Mediterranean options making up the menus. Guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast each morning, taking in gorgeous views across the ocean. Tapas is also served at the beach bar.
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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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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