- Nihi Sumba Island Opens Villa Rahasia for Private Resort Experience.
- Indonesian for “Secret,” the Rahasia Villa Offers a Playground of Privacy Atop the Resort’s Coveted Spa Safari.
The award-winning Nihi Sumba Island resort has added yet another layer of romance to its collection of private accommodations, transforming its stand-alone “honeymoon villa” at the nearby Nihioka Spa Safari into an all-inclusive upgrade of secluded allure and flirtatious detail on the edge of wildness.
Guests are now able to reserve Villa Rahasia for one night during their regular, minimum 3-night stay. The new package combines the very best of the Nihioka Spa Safari with romantic perks for honeymooners or other couples seeking ultimate privacy and the essentials of a memorable occasion. The only villa situated within the Spa Safari’s boundaries of rolling rice fields and cliff top views, Rahasia allows guests to feel as if they have an entire resort unto themselves. With unobstructed views of the Indian Ocean, a symphony of crashing waves, a plunge pool, several private bales for dining or spa treatments, bush-cooked meals over an open fire, colorful sunsets, and plenty of nearby hiking, Villa Rahasia is a lover’s paradise.
Among the thoughtful services provided by the villa’s dedicated staff are: 1) One night at Villa Rahasia, 2) Transportation from/to the main resort, 3) A locally handcrafted welcome present, 4) A full day menu of unlimited spa treatments, 5) One oceanfront or cliff top destination dining experience, 6) One bottle of Champagne, 7) Sundown cocktails with canapés & fruits, 8) Hiking trip to the panoramic, healing hand Nipi Lima, and 9) Romantic turndown with sweet amenities.
Villa Rahasia must be reserved at the time of guest’s booking. Additional requests at incremental costs may include airport transfers, evening fireworks, and a native priest for blessings or vow renewals and are required to be booked several weeks in advance. Villa Rahasia is available for a one-night rate of USD $2,295.
Co-owned by investor and entrepreneur Chris Burch and international hotelier James McBride, Nihi Sumba Island is not merely a hotel, it is a way of life: A glimpse into a bygone era, centuries of rituals, a lush unspoiled landscape, and unlimited freedom to explore. We want guests to feel connected and useful and to give back and feel a part of something larger than themselves. With philanthropy at the core of our business model, the Nihi legacy stands for more than just a destination. Many guests ultimately become benefactors of the Sumba Foundation, creating a connection to the island’s pure culture, while promoting the health and welfare of its society by supporting basic needs such as health clinics, school lunches for children, and access to clean water. Nihi encourages volunteer opportunities that introduce guests to these projects and a glimpse into local life. Nihi reminds us to live in the moment, discover time-honored values and ideals, respect nature, and participate in the preservation of our world.
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