about the resort
Jeeva Klui incorporates shades of traditional Lombok architecture to create a peaceful and calming atmosphere reminiscent of a rural Sasak village. Great care was taken to conceptualize a resort that is both socially and environmentally responsible through sensitive design and green practices. Wood and stone pathways meander to the beach through the villas and suites spread across the two hectare grounds.
The Waroeng restaurant and Wallace common room face the beach front infinity pool and tiered wooden decks provide a gracious common area for meeting with friends or simply enjoying the spectacular sea views.
Jeeva Klui melds an appreciation of local architecture and tradition with the look and feel of a Robinson Crusoe idyll. Built using sustainable local materials, such as handmade terracotta tiles, bamboo weaves, stone and recycled timber, each suite and villa exudes an air of authentic sophistication. Located at the edge of the Wallace Line, Jeeva Klui's magnificent 170 meter beach front commands views across the Indian Ocean to the islands of Bali and Nusa Penida. The beach at Jeeva Klui is protected by an offshore reef immediately in front of the resort that creates a calm "lagoon" perfect for snorkeling or a leisurely swim.
Jeeva Klui’s total 35 suites and villas include 18 one and two story beach front suites, eight two story garden suites with partial ocean views, five pool villas and four two story one bedroom villas with partial ocean views and a private pool. All villas are stocked with a complimentary selection of soft drinks and juices and have tea and coffee making facilities and sound docks. The Deluxe Pool Villas and Amra Pool Villas have marbled stone bathtubs in a private bathroom garden. All villas and suites have a large terrace with an oversized daybed and are equipped with wi-fi, flat screen cable televisions, DVD players, bathrobes, in room safes and hairdryers.
Jeeva Klui Resort was designed by Nexus Studio Architects - a Bali based design firm with master planning by CSA Architects, Melbourne. Nexus has used traditional Lombok building styles and local arts and crafts to create a truly unique Sasak style that sets a new standard for Lombok resorts. The lush garden, enhanced by Bali's Anto&Anto Landscaping, uses local flora and native shoreline plants fully integrate the buildings into the coastal landscape.