Indonesia Escapes & Hideaways
Lembeh Strait, Indonesia
Lembeh Hills Resort is a luxurious, eco-boutique resort located on the hillside overlooking the world famous Lembeh Strait, renowned for its world class "muck" diving, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The Resort features 23 well appointed, spacious villas plus two deluxe suites sprinkled across a lush hillside above a secluded bay about half an hour north of the bustling port town of Bitung. Much thought has gone into the design of the resort, with environmentally responsible architecture blending peacefully into the verdant jungle backdrop.
Lembeh Hills Resort offers a sophisticated and upper-class base for indulging in "muck-diving"; exploring the coarse, black volcanic sand of the famous and enchanting Lembeh Strait and discovering a multitude of unusual critters below the shoreline. There are also plenty of ways for non-divers to enjoy the natural surroundings and relaxing ambience of this lovely place.
An infinity pool with both dry and submerged sun beds offers a fine view out over Lembeh Strait with Lembeh Island beyond. The luxury spa with professional and attentive staff offers daytime pampering and the Sky Bar atop the restaurant provides an excellent setting for a post-dive chill or pre/after dinner cocktail.
Lembeh Hill's Rooms
Lembeh Pavilion (4 rooms)
Double storey pavilion with 2 rooms on the upper level and 2 rooms on the lower, all overlooking the Lembeh Strait. It has a private entrance, sitting area, writing desk, generous closest space, minibar and well appointed bathroom.
Deluxe Suite (2 villas)
Blending harmoniously with the charm of nature, rooms are furnished with period furniture and complemented by elegant fabrics. Both with double beds.
Twin Villa (3 villas, 6 rooms)
3 units of twin villas with connecting doors, 2 villa rooms per unit. Designed especially for families. This is the only category villa with twin beds.
Hill Villa (5 villas)
Furnished with period furniture and complemented by elegant fabrics, all the normal services and comforts.
Overlooking the Lembeh Strait, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, perfectly blending the finest ingredients with the island's organic produce. Uniquely located on the cliff-edge and characterised by a more casual atmosphere, the all-day dining, with a creative cuisines combining authentic Manadonese dishes, enriched with regional influences from the Indonesian archipelago, and a selection of international specialties.
Open from 5 pm to 10.30 pm. A great place to chill after a long fun day diving.
The Lembeh Hills' Spa menu has been conceived to offer a complete range of Balinese, Asian and European therapies. Treatments offered are a variety of holistic massages, intensive facials, body wraps, pedicure & manicure. Therapists will be happy to explain to you the benefits of each one of the treatments and assist you in making your choice.
Private Romantic Dinner
Specially provided for guests on a special occasion; Candlelit Dinner for Honeymoons, Anniversaries or Birthdays.
Free Wi-Fi available at La Mer Restaurant, Sky Bar and Swimming Pool.
Lembeh Hills Dive Centre
The Lembeh Hills full service dive centre offers tailor made daily dive trips, dive packages, dive safaris, PADI dive courses and individual dive trips. Located just few steps from the guest villas at Lembeh Hills Resort, the Dive Centre also provides services for non-divers. A camera Room is available for underwater photographers to recharge batteries, set up camera equipment and provides work space for video and photography editing.
|Room Type||USD / room / night|
|Lembeh Pavilion (4 Units)||248|
|Deluxe Villa (13 Units)||278|
|Cliff Villa (4 villas)||350|
|Deluxe Suite Villa (2 Units)||450|
All prices are subject to additional 10% Government Tax and 11% Service Charges.
- Cold towel, welcome drinks, snacks with coffee and tea on arrival and cold mineral water upon arrival at the airport
- Roundtrip Airport / Manado Shuttle Transfer (Approx 90 min per one way)
- Daily mineral water and fruit platter on each villa
- Free use of Wi-Fi connections in public area of the facility
- Free use of Swimming Pool
- Free 1x Dive Pool Training
- Free 30 min Tension Relief Massage at our SeaSpa
Tours & Excursions
Tangkoko National Park is a flora and fauna conservation area north of Lembeh Hills where you can observe animals such as the Macaca Nigra - an unique, endemic black Macaque - Hornbills, and the smallest primate in the world "Tarsius Spectrum". To visit this park, you will pass Batuputih Natural Park located between Batuputih Bawah subdistrict and Tangkoko National Park in Batuangus.
Batuputih Natural Park covering 615 hectares land is a savanna suitable for camping, outbound activities and relaxation by the beach.