Lelewatu Resort Sumba is the Cliff-top Retreat You’ll Love

Guests who reserve four-night stays in its 27 thatched Sumbanese-style villas only pay for three.

Photo: Lelewatu

With Nihi Sumba consistently topping a series of “world’s best resorts” lists in recent years, it was only a matter of time before another ultra-luxe property would capitalize on Sumba Island’s rich megalithic culture and wild coastal scenery.

Enter Lelewatu, a 10-hectare cliff-top retreat that made its debut in April. Thanks to its Free Nights Offer, guests who reserve four-night stays in its 27 thatched Sumbanese-style villas only pay for three, while booking for seven nights will mean paying only five.

Daily meals, excluding alcohol, are part of the package, alongside a free one-way airport transfer and a bottle of wine upon arrival.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the June/July 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Special Deals”).

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