For the mindful explorer. Alamayah is a 5-star boutique retreat escape set in a remote beachside village in Southwest Sumba. Designed around and surrounded by coconut trees, Alamayah is a harmonious blend of opulence and nature providing magnificent views of the Indian Ocean and wild jungles lining its coastline. Features include six private suites, an Ayurvedic spa, a fitness center, a steam room, entertainment rooms, blooming gardens, as well as a farm to table restaurant. Conscious Cuisine & Medicinal Mixology have been designed by our in-house herbalist, nutritionist, and holistic chef, offering a fine dining experience that gently detoxifies, nourishes, and heals from the inside. From the therapeutic botanicals incorporated in our products to the elevating Schumann resonance of the music played throughout our spaces, Alamayah has curated every detail for an environment that enlivens and elevates.
Alamayah Boutique Retreat Hotel offers accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center. With a bar, the property also has a spa and wellness center, as well as a terrace. The accommodations features a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, room service and free WiFi throughout the property. The Hotel is set in Deke, 1.6 mi from Dassang Beach.
The rooms at the resort feature a private bathroom, bathrobes and bed linen.
Guests at Alamayah Boutique Retreat Hotel can enjoy a à la carte breakfast.
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What the accommodation offers:
Patiala Bawa, Indonesia
Located in the south-western part of Sumba in a beachside village named Kerewe, Alamayah’s surrounding area offers an abundance of gifts to travelers searching for raw and untouched destinations. Cultural experiences include visiting traditional tribes and villages, exploring megalithic stone tombs, and witnessing pre-historic rituals. Perhaps most unique is the exciting custom known as Pasola jousting festival, where once a year, hundreds of warriors on horseback charge into each other hurling spears to appease the Marapu and ensure a good yearly rice harvest. This festival, held between February and March, is believed to bring fertility to the land.
Pristine white sand beaches, untouched waterfalls, sparkling mangroves, ambient caves, secret lakes and remote lagoons lay inland like hidden gems, waiting to be discovered and explored.
A drive through Sumba’s landscape is a journey into a land before time, where local fishermen wade through rivers, wild horses graze on hilltops, children climb coconut trees and traffic is a herd of majestic buffalo gracefully making their way to their next waterhole bath.
A surfer’s paradise, Sumba has long been secretly known as a barrel buffet, where sharing a wave with another surfer is a rare event, but sharing a wave with a porpoise or dolphin is more than likely.