MAHAMAYA Boutique Resort, Gili Meno
Bed & Breakfast from €359 per person per 3 Nights including Return Private Transfers
- In resort assistance & 24 hour contact centre
With just 18 rooms this is a true boutique hotel with a much celebrated level of personal service; for a small hotel it is well served by two freshwater pools, an on-site spa, and a gym and with an enviable location on a private beach facing the sunsets on the west coast. Bicycles are complimentary to guests for easy exploration of the small island, where the only other traffic is a horse cart.
Snorkelling with the reef fish and turtles is a Gili islands must-do and here you can enjoy complimentary kayak and snorkel rental to paddle out to the best spots which you will find just off shore from MAHAMAYA.
Finish off the day with a happy hour cocktail at the bar and dine at the beachfront restaurant where fresh Asian fusion food is served up for lunch and dinner.
On the quieter of the Gili Islands, Gili Meno.
Reached by ferry from the east coast of Bali in around two hours. Our transfer service will collect you from your Bali hotel and drop you at the ferry port. You will then be met from the ferry at Gili Trawangan and transferred by speedboat directly to the beach at MAHAMAYA.
You can also travel from Lombok’s north coast, just 20 minutes by boat. The guest will be met at the port in Lombok and transferred by speedboat directly to the beach at MAHAMAYA.
If you fly to Lombok, transfer time is approximately 90 minutes by road to the port, where MAHAMAYA’s boat transfer awaits.
Two freshwater pools, one is adults only with a lovely little swim up bar. You are right on one of the island’s loveliest beaches. The coral sand gently shelves into clear seas perfect for snorkelling (reef shoes are a good thing to pack).
- Fitness Centre
- Scuba diving nearby
- Hiking/biking trails nearby
- Ecotours nearby
- Fishing on site
- Boat tours on site
Please note that the Gili Islands are refreshingly vehicle-free. Motorised traffic is banned by local order, and only the occasional cyclist is likely to nip past. The islands may be small enough to walk around, but it’s worth taking a ride in a cidomo, a mode of transport that’s original to here and nearby Lombok.