Indonesia Nusa Lembongan Travel

Le Pirate Beach Club – Nusa Ceningan

17. March 2016

Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Baliphoto from lepirate.com

Le Pirate Beach Club on Nusa Ceningan, wow what a place. The picture perfect white and turquoise beach boxes makes it feel more like being on a Caribbean island than a tiny island in Indonesia. Add to that a bean-shaped infinity pool, a fantastic open concept restaurant and a 180 degree view of shallow turquoise waters and you have the perfect formula for a relaxing tropical holiday. Apart from Whales & Waves Resort on Subawa, I think Le Pirate Beach Club is the most picturesque place I’ve ever seen.

There are only 10 beach boxes in total so it feels very private. Even with other guests around, it’s almost like you have the place to yourself. Be aware that the beach boxes are tiny, like 3m x 2m tiny, with almost no floor space to store your luggage. There is a bed with cotton linens, a cute quote above the bed, a fan and an aircondition, that’s about it. You can choose between a double beach box for two persons or one with bunk beds for four persons. Nevertheless, what it lacks in size it makes up for in tropical charm. Behind the beach box there is a private open air bathroom and on the front porch a small mat to lie on and your own hammock. Utter simplicity. This is when you realize that you don’t really need much more than a few basics when the surroundings are that stunning. The last time I checked the price it was around 700k Rp. / 400 NOK / $50 a night for both beach box options, including breakfast.

Whenever I’m on Lembongan I have to visit Le Pirate for lunch, as the food at the restaurant is among the best I’ve had on the Nusa Islands. Always fresh and yummy! I especially like the Dragon Bowl and the Asian Papaya Salad, which are around 55-65k I think. The pool bar serves up some delicious cocktails, so before you know it you’ll have run up quite the bill. Other than the most relaxing atmosphere Le Pirate offers paddle boards for hire and can organize snorkling trips, massages and scooter hire. There is no boat services operating directly from Bali to Ceningan, so you have to got to Lembongan and then cross the yellow bridge. But don’t worry, just contact Le Pirate and they will organize a door to door transfer for you.

Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Bali

Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Bali

Delicious Food at Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Bali

Restaurant Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Bali

Lunch Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Bali

Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Bali

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Le Pirate Beach Club Nusa Ceningan, Bali

Yellow Bridge Nusa Ceningan Nusa Lembongan, Bali

 

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6 Comments

  • Reply Renates Reiser 17. March 2016 at 14:32

    Soooo pretty! What a stunning place, and I absolutely love your photos! The price of the stay isn’t too bad either, and that food looks super delicious. Wish I knew about this place when I was in Indonesia last October. Thanks for sharing!

    • Reply Charlotte 17. March 2016 at 14:52

      Tusen takk! Gøy å høre det fra deg, har fulgt med på bloggen din lenge 😉

  • Reply Maria 29. May 2017 at 06:02

    Thanks sooo much Charlotte! I love the details you share of the articles you wrote about Indonesia…especially the beaches..where to go…how much….why you like the said spot complete with awesome pics…..it’s very helpful in picking a place to stay. ??

    • Reply Charlotte 29. May 2017 at 21:09

      Thank you so much for the nice words, Maria! I’m super happy to hear that you found my blog helpful 😀

  • Reply Poppy 13. May 2018 at 22:49

    Is there a nice sandy beach close to this accommodation?

    • Reply Charlotte 14. May 2018 at 11:40

      No, unfortunately, there aren’t many beaches on Nusa Ceningan, but you can swim in the ocean off the jetty/rocks on high tide 😉

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