Sprawled across 12,000sqm and set at the foot of a stepped hillside, the Gran Meliá Lombok is a game-changer for Indonesia's Lombok island: the first beachfront project of its size on the southern coast. Leading up to 105 private residences, the resort itself features 22 units of two-storey bamboo villas, each with a private swimming pool and direct contact with nature through local materials, lush surroundings, and efficient use of space and light. The prime location means all accommodations have panoramic Indian Ocean vistas, while some will also have rare unobstructed views of both sunrise and sunset.
Lombok is an island to the east of Bali with a pristine natural environment. It has grown in popularity as a travel destination throughout the past decade and has been identified by the Indonesian Tourism Ministry as a primary focus for the future. Immense rice fields, rugged landscapes, and the staggering Mount Rinjani volcano form part of the island's natural attractions, while its endless beaches, turquoise waters, and considerable marine life make it ideal for surfers, snorkellers, and lazy sunbathers.
Mandalika, located a short drive along Lombok's southern coast from Torok Bay, has been identified by the Indonesian Government as one of five priority destinations that it intends to focus on in a bid to diversify the country's tourism industry. Often called 'The New Bali', Lombok island has already witnessed a steady increase in both investment and tourism with various hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities opening in recent months.
A vast, custom-designed economic freezone, Mandalika is focused on sustainable development with the aim of establishing Lombok as a prime eco-tourism destination offering natural beauty, world class facilities, and cultural authenticity. Actively exploring ways to incorporate environmentally friendly technologies into everyday life, Mandalika projects include solar farms, electric light-rail trains, and cable cars - as well as a commitment to retain 51 percent ‘green space’.
It may seem a strange fit for a sustainability-focused project, but Mandalika’s brand new international racing circuit is a game-changer not only for motorsports, but also for the island of Lombok. Contracted to host an annual MotoGP race for at least the next decade, the circuit also has a strong green focus, including using only biodegradable materials in hospitality, recycling waste, and providing water through a reverse seawater osmosis plant.
Our Aurora villas integrate modern architecture with luxurious yet homely interior design. Tropically modern, shamelessly stylish, Aurora is perfectly harmonious and clean-energy efficient.
A post-modern take on traditional Indonesian architecture, these villas bring the best elements of Lombok history into the 21st Century. Artfully uniting exclusive design with extraordinary surroundings.
All our luxury tented suites are fitted with bespoke in-built elements to maximise the comfort and luxury of the experience.
With offices in Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Australia, Invest Islands is proud to provide investors a mechanism to purchase their own part of Gran Meliá Lombok through a verifiable, regulated entity – and, most importantly, without the need for a local nominee. Thereafter we are happy to offer every client access to our Client Hub smartphone app, where they can follow the progress of their investment from start to finish.
The client hub will act as your exclusive portal into everything related to your investment, be it development updated, contracts, contractors receipts, or even occasional client benefits such as free hotel stays or sailing trips
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