Alamayah

Alamayah: Hotel in Sumba

Overlooking the Indian Ocean and the jungle, Alamayah is hotel that is all about wellness, where every guest is treated with genuine hospitality.



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A place to reconnect

Located two hours from the nearest airport, on Sumba Island, in the remote seaside village of Kerewe, the Alamayah Hotel offers an eco-responsible, bare, and pristine retreat.

The word Alamayah is derived from the words “maya” (grandmother) and “alam” (nature) as a reference to Mother Nature. Alamayah is a villa designed around and surrounded by decades-old coconut palms, with one essential goal: reconnecting with nature, food, and with oneself. Using ancient traditions and innovative technology, Alamayah is a harmonious blend between art and craftsmanship and can be found in just about all the hotel’s minute details. The majority of the furniture is made from naturally wild fallen jungle trees.

On the upper level of the villa, Alamayah offers 6 suites with terraces and both ocean and jungle views. Each suite is furnished with natural fabrics, carefully designed furniture, woven materials, with a traditional design and inviting you to relax among warm and earthy color tones. Each suite also has a spacious bathroom.

The hotel has a restaurant with a farm-to-table menu that is plant=based. The mindful cuisine and medicinal mixology have been designed by the hotel’s herbalist, nutritionist, and executive chef, offering a detoxifying, nourishing, and healing culinary experience from within. The hotel also features a bar, a comfortable lounge, a large swimming pool, lush gardens, an Ayurvedic spa with a steam room and Turkish baths, a fitness room, and a rooftop yoga pavilion offering ocean breezes.

A soothing atmosphere and a healing environment make Alamayah the ideal place for a holistic and relaxing experience.

We love Alamayah for:

6 suites
Holistic experience
Plant-based farm-to-table restaurant
Swimming pool
Rooftop yoga pavilion
Ayurvedic spa

Budget

Double room from 530 € per night during low season.
Three herbal meals and a medicinal mixology per day.

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