Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

The Hideaways Club, Villa Ombak

4 Bedroom

+ View Floorplan
SIZE 4,090 Sq. ft.
OCCUPANTS 8 people


1 Double
2 Double
3 Two Twins
4 Two Twins


Baby Cot & Highchair
Flatscreen TV & DVD Player
Home Theater
iPod Music System
Landscaped Gardens
Nintendo Wii Game Console
On-Call Local Concierge
Outdoor Dining Area
Pre-Arrival Trip Planning
Toys & Games
Stunning Sea Views
Open-Plan Kitchen Area
Private Swimming Pool
Extensive Outdoor Relaxation & Entertaining Areas
Open Fire Pit
30-Minute Boat Ride From Bali
Luxury Towels, Pool Towels & Bathrobes
Cleaning Staff Available
Daily Housekeeping
On-Property Meet & Greet
Live-In Staff

Additional Information

Swimming Pool:

Pool open all year without heating. It is pleasant all year so pool heating is not required.

Note to Members:

Due to the island’s natural and undisturbed environment, amenities and services such as large supermarkets, paved roads and taxis are not available and is therefore, probably not recommended for those with limited mobility or comfort tolerances.


Members can arrange all activities, dining reservations and tours with The Hideaways Club Concierge after reserving a vacation. Explore some of the top “must-sees” and “must-dos” while visiting this exquisite destination, and if any appeal to you, be sure to contact the dedicated and knowledgeable concierge to inquire!

Restaurants & Cafes:

Gomez - A relaxed café-restaurant run by a young Australian family, serving traditional Mexican dishes such as quesadillas, nachos and fajitas. Specialty cocktails include mojitos and fresh or frozen margaritas.

The Deck Café & Bar - Along the boardwalk waterfront is The Deck Café & Bar. Indulge in the taste of gourmet baguettes and paninis, freshly baked pies and pastries, pizzas, salads, home-baked cakes and sweets, fresh juices, smoothies, coffee, organic loose leaf teas, wines and cocktails!

The Hai Bar & Grill - Hai Bar & Grill is a beachfront bar and restaurant on the soft white sands of Mushroom Bay in Nusa Lembongan. Imaginative yet traditional, the open-air design allows for relaxed comfort with the flow of warm tropical breezes and stunning water views over the bay.


Pura Puncak Sari Temple - This hilltop temple is the largest on the island. It also happens to have splendid views across the vivid blue ocean to the neighboring islands of Penida and Ceningan, and is well worth the hike.

Gala-Gala Underground House - One of the most unique attractions of Nusa Lembongan is the underground house. Built underground, it took 15 years to complete this incredible labyrinth which includes a bedroom, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and sacred meditation room.

Sunset on Nusa Ceningan - Cross the rickety-looking (but perfectly safe) suspension bridge that spans the channel between Lembongan and Ceningan, and walk up to the central ridge where you can watch the sun sinking over Bali.

Places of Interest:

Mushroom Bay, Sandy Bay & Dream Beach - A quaint, attractive and sheltered bay with two resorts, Sandy Bay and Dream Beach. It is an especially nice spot after 3pm when the day trippers have returned to Bali. Enjoy a beautiful white sandy beach, along with some cozy little waterside restaurants.

Bali - The physical beauty, gracefulness and friendliness of the locals on the island of Bali has captured the hearts of people all over the world. Bali’s natural attractions include endless beaches, picturesque rice fields, sacred sites, active volcanoes and volcanic lakes.

Jungut Batu - The beach here, a lovely arc of white sand bordered by crystalline water, has superb views. The village itself is pleasant, with quiet lanes and no cars.


Scuba Diving - Diving is of excellent quality in the crystal-clear waters around the island of Nusa Lembongan. The waters around Nusa Lembongan are home to a stunning array of fish and sharks, although only a lucky few witness mola mola, giant elusive fish.

Snorkeling - Non-divers should not feel left-out, as there is good snorkeling available inshore at various spots around the island. Perhaps the two best areas are Mushroom Bay on the west coast, and the mangroves on the north tip.

Learn to Surf - Nusa Lembongan was first known as a tourist destination for surfers. Although suitable for surfing all year, the waves are best when winds are in the southeast quarter, normally from April to September/October.


Yoga Classes - Known for its spirituality and healing energies, Nusa Lembongan is the perfect setting for a yoga class. Yoga Shack, in Jungut Batu, offers Vinyasa flow, Hatha and Yin Yang yoga and is ideal for anyone, no matter what experience you have.

Kemilau Spa - Step into this tropical paradise known as the Kemilau Spa. Standout treatments include a signature Balinese massage, nutrition enrichment facial and reflexology sessions, but there are also some lovely packages which are well-worth considering.

Indiana Kenanga - From a volcanic stone massage done with traditional herbal bags to essential oil massages featuring jasmine, ylang ylang or sandalwood oils, there is a wide selection of massages available to ease the tension in your body and provide a complete relaxing and rejuvenating experience.


Devil's Tear - Devil's Tear is a rocky outcrop on the island's east coast, between Dream Beach and Sandy Beach. As the massive waves smash dramatically into the side of the rocks, water forces its way out of a series of blow holes in spectacular fashion.

Mangrove Forest - Northern Nusa Lembongan has an extensive forest of mature mangroves which can be explored. There are also many bird species and wildlife in this area.

Road/Beachside Shops - On Nusa Lembongan you can enjoy plenty of small, unnamed establishments selling everything from sarongs to souvenirs.

Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM