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  • 1-bedroom Pool Villa

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  • 2-bedroom Pool Villa

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  • Standard Bangalow

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bathroom, Hair Dryer, Shower

    One room: a double bed plus a sofa convertible into bed.

    Room size:20 m² / 215 sq ft


AVIA Villas Resort & Spa is a complex of luxury villas facing a gorgeous white sandy beach and proposing its guests a homelike comfort in their private bungalows with a laidback time on the sun loungers by the beach.

Vibrant bungalows with rustic wood furnishings feature vaulted ceilings and mosquito nets. All the accommodations have a have free Wi-Fi, LCD TVs, mini fridges, and coffee and tea-making facilities. The 1- and 2-bedroom villas have living areas and private pools whereas some also have amazing sea views.

Official Rating

4 stars


Jalan Sunset Beach Gili Meno, Lombok Utara, Gili Meno, Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.

Languages Spoken

Indonesian and English

Halal Food

All food in the property is halal.

No-Alcohol Policy

No alcohol is served in the rooms if you book through this website.

Privacy for Ladies

The resort has a spa center and swimming pools with complete privacy for the ladies.


Private airport transfer is available at a surcharge.

Check-in time

1300 Hours

Check-out time

1000 Hours


  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Air Conditioning
  • Airport Private Transfer (surcharge)
  • Beachfront
  • Daily housekeeping service
  • Garden Area
  • Jacuzzi
  • Massages
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outdoor Swimming pool
  • Restaurants & Cafes
  • Shared Lounge
  • Smoking Area
  • Spa Centre
  • Terrace
  • Tour desk
  • Wi-Fi

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Lombok lusters like a mother of pearl shell, only 35 km away from the famous Island of Bali. The local Sasak population is predominantly Muslim and therefore you see Lombok’s tree line dotted with domes and minarets. The Rinjani volcano is active but harmless and provides the island with its dark soils and fertile land. In Lombok, everything grows. From coffee, cocoa, to rice and coconuts, Lombok grows fresh and eats fresh. The warm sandy beaches tassel the tropical vegetation around the entire Island. Lombok is at the cusp of two ecological zones, being right at the edge of the Wallace Line. In other words, Lombok has the flora and fauna of both Asian Tropical and Australasian ecologies. Birds of all kinds flutter between diverse varieties of palm trees.
With a rejuvenated ambition to attract tourism to Lombok, the local population and government of Indonesia have opened the Jewel of the Tropics to be shared and enjoyed by everyone. The people are joyous, cordial and welcoming. If you ever feel like breathing free and fresh with your toes in warm sands and a view of the ocean that breathes a new life into your soul, Lombok is the place for you. Lombok’s natural beauty especially on its highlands, untouched by the reckless chaos of man’s contortion of nature, makes you appreciate all the colors that hasten to invade you.

Things to do

Lombok Bike Tour/ Mountain Biking Whiz though the tropical greenery and paddle over rustic wooden bridges of calm flowing rivers. Take an initial half day bike tour of the Island of Lombok. This is a great opportunity to look into the lives of the local people and admire their diverse lifestyles. But if you are interested in a little more excitement, have a mountain bike ride with your friends and family and admire the numerous waterfalls that splash with in the area. Waterfall Tours Lombok glimmers with a dozen waterfalls like Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep Waterfalls. Each has a character of its own. These waterfalls are so wondrous and the ambiance they create so timeless that visiting them alone is a transformative experience. The tropical foliage clings to every rock around those waterfalls, eager to sponge even the mist that scatters as the water crashes on the rocks. Mt Rinjani Volcano Trekking If you feel like sensing the heart of Lombok, which like a phoenix, burns and rebirths the land from its ashes, try having a three day trekking and camping tour of Mount Rinjani. The volcano is the second highest volcano in Indonesia. On top of the summit, the vegetation clings to the slopes of the mountain, enshrouding it in green. On cloudy days, a white blanket cradles the mouth of the volcano crater and visitors can peer into see a small lake bubbling at its center. Snorkeling If you ever can’t find rainbows over Lombok, head to snorkeling centers of the island to see rainbows with in its waters. The sea is an integral part of Lombok’s culture and natural heritage. The marine life there blossoms and each and every color accentuates in the full lit tropical sunlight scintillating rhythmically on to the sea floor. Nature and Wildlife areas With the rise of global warming and climate change, the ecologies of places like Lombok are threatened. Conservation steps are being taken by the local authorities to mitigate the effects on threatened turtle populations. Have a lesson and become a part of preserving Lombok, by volunteering to free baby turtles into the sea or feeding turtles too weak to live outside captivity. The Gili Meno turtle sanctuary is one such sanctuary that tries to encourage responsible human behavior towards nature. 

Culture and History

Lombok has a rich, vibrant and independent history. The local Sasak people have inhabited the island since the first millennium BC. Feuding clans competed for power and land with the clans from Bali for much of it early history. Over the years, the eruptions from mount Rinjani laid mineral rich volcanic ash on top of the soils and wedged diamonds between the seams of its rocks. Lombok was valued for its natural treasures, and so the Dutch East India Company first made a treaty with the Prince of Lombok in 1674. Later, the unrest and weakened stances of both the Balinese and Lombokian warring clans gave an opportunity to the Dutch to annex the entire island into the Netherlands East Indies in 1895. The Japanese invasion of Indonesia in World War II defeated the Dutch, but soon the Dutch regained the control of Lombok when the Japanese began to withdraw in 1942. In 1945, Indonesia declared Independence from Dutch rule. One of the most important Indonesian leaders was President Suharto, who assumed office for 30 years and oversaw the great economic growth of the country and of Lombok. The Asian Economic Crisis in 1997 hit Indonesia the hardest and ousted the president. Now with a democratically elected government, Indonesia continues to gallop into the future with renewed spirits and growth prospects, having particular interests in developing its tourism.Lombok is inhabited by about 3 million people, with its largest city of Mataram hosting 0.5 million. 85% of its population is Muslim and the rest are Hindus, Christians and Buddhists. Before the advent of Islam in the region, most inhabitants were a Buddhists or Hindus. Islam was brought by Yemenite traders from the Middle-East and even now Lombok hosts a small but thriving Arab-Indonesian population with its roots far away in the Middle-East. The Indonesian government is pitching Bali and Lombok to be the top tourist destinations for Pacific Asia. Local ferries usually take passengers to and from Lombok and Bali.

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