Nihi Sumba Island (Nihiwatu) Been Named The Number 1 Hotel In The World For The Second Year in a Row
Offering the real connection to culture and nature for the guests, Nihiwatu satisfies the journey for curiosity at the edge of wildness.
Winning the vote by Travel + Leisure readers globally, Nihiwatu, Nihi Sumba Island in Indonesia was announced as the best hotel in the world for the second year now. Settling itself in a bygone era, centuries of rituals, a lush unspoiled landscape, Nihi legacy stands for more than just a vacation destination. Offering highly customised activities for personal itineraries, guests experience compelling moments that inspire and ultimately create a charitable impact.
Nihi Hotel is not only a hotel, but also a way of life from the way it connects the nature and the beauty of living. Through the resources and benefits of a luxury resort, Nihi continues to create awareness for the raising issues faced by local communities. Many guests even become the benefactors of the Sumba Foundation, creating a connection to the island’s pure culture as well as promoting health and welfare if its surrounding society.
The latest additions to Nihi excitement including local chocolate factory, where guests can learn to make candy bars with Sumba’s local cocoa beans. Yoga session outside the factory’s lush outdoors is also the favourite, followed by spa treatment with the smell of sweet chocolate that will bring calmness from the hand of award-winning spa staff. Wellness retreats with world-class gurus combines the physical benefits of yoga, mediation, movement, and flexibility designed to take guests on therapeutic journey for a balance mind, body and soul. Lake Weekuri, nature’s saltwater pool separated from the ocean by a cliff, is also adding a refreshing experience for the guests. This spot offers the view of clear blue water surrounded by lush trees and beautiful rocks for both sun and shades.
Get lost in their world and try your own experiential journey with Nihiwatu, perhaps begin with following @nihiwatu on Instagram, and plan your own trip there.