Indonesia’s leading luxury island resort, Nihiwatu (Nihi), has unveiled 3 new Sumbanese Villa Residences. The resort is located on Sumba Island and has added the 3 new villas to the existing 21-villa estate. The villas, designed by German architect Walter Wagner, with interiors by Marco Scarani and Susan Colley, are ‘Sumbanese’ in style and all echo the traditional style of Indonesia.
All villas are available for booking, including The Mamole Tree House, which will be available for stays starting November 2015. Nihi rates for the high season start from US$950+ per room per night based on double occupancy including all meals and non-alcoholic drinks as well as Wi-Fi.
The Raja Mendaka (Five 1-bedroom villas):
- The largest new residence includes 5 individual villas on a private estate
- Overlooks the famous Nihi wave and beach coastline
- Each villa includes its own private pool, a large span of private land and is located in the heart of the resort
- Designed for large families or groups and is fully equipped with spacious entertainment areas
- Outdoor tub and private pool
- The upstairs bedroom opens to a platform among the trees with a bathroom and outdoor jungle shower
- This villa exclusively includes a waterfall and a hidden massage cave
Mamole Tree House (3-bedroom treehouse complex):
- A 3-bedroom treehouse complex, elevated on wooden stilts between Nihi’s ancient trees
- Offers best views of the beach
- A bamboo bridge connects the 2 treehouses and a shared infinity pool with lounging deck
- The main Mamole Tree House includes a private infinity pool, large living area, connecting bridges and balcony
Puncak (One 2-bedroom villa and one 1-bedroom villa):
- Comprises two main buildings with the first offering 2 bedrooms
- Large outdoor area with private pool and sunken dining area
- Main entertaining and dining area, kitchenette and large pool
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