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New Wyndham resort opens in Indonesia

The resort features a large lagoon-style pool with swim-up bar.

Wyndham Sundancer Resort Lombok has opened its doors, bringing a welcome tourism boost for Indonesia in the wake of recent earthquakes.

The all-suite resort features one and two-bedroom suites, each with complimentary Wi-Fi, air conditioning, kitchen facilities and generous bathrooms.

All rooms feature large balconies, while the ocean view suites offer breathtaking views of Lombok Straits and the spectacular Southern Gili Islands.

Guests can take advantage of a large lagoon-style pool with swim-up bar, three dining options, a day spa and wellness centre, an onsite dive centre to book diving excursions, as well as conference facilities.

Dining options include the Sunrise Café and Sundancer Beach Club, along with à la carte restaurant The Bukit, which can be converted into a 200 square metre event space for up to 150 people.

Aerial view of Wyndham Sundancer Resort Lombok.

Joon Aun Ooi, president and managing director South East Asia and Pacific Rim, says as Lombok’s economy recovers from recent earthquakes, the opening of a five-star resort is a positive sign for the destination.

“Lombok is a wonderful destination – recent relief efforts perfectly demonstrate the warmth and kindness of the Indonesian people – and I have no doubt it will make a total recovery,” he says. 

“On behalf of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, I would like to express our heartfelt thoughts for the affected communities. Tourism continues to be extremely important to the local economy so it is vital that travellers return as soon as possible.

“Vast parts of the island, including the south where Wyndham Sundancer Lombok is located, are completely unaffected. We have full confidence in the future of this exquisite destination and I am sure that our new resort will help attract more international visitors to Lombok in the future.”

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