Slow Villas and Spa
Rooms & Rates
Set in the middle of beautiful Gili Air, this small island holiday complex features 10 contemporary, Balinese style luxury villas, each with its own private swimming pool. Created by three Belgium friends, Slow’s concept is based on the slow spirit (slow cooking, slow moving, slow stretching) complemented by a range of activities including diving, snorkelling, kitesurfing, swimming with the turtles, yoga, pilates, zumba lessons, golf, and trekking.
• Swimming Pool
• Yoga/Meditation Area
Each one-bedroom villa features a terrace, swimming pool, kitchenette, office space, comfortable sunbeds and a lovely coconut garden. Stylist Valérie Barkowski has added a bit of originality with a predominant orange, grey, red, green, red wine or black colour scheme. Choose your colour.
Each two-bedroom villa features a terrace, swimming pool, kitchenette, office space, comfortable sunbeds and a lovely coconut garden. Stylist Valérie Barkowski has added a bit of originality with a predominant orange, grey, red, green, red wine or black colour scheme. Choose your colour.
Useful InformationNearest Airport: Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) – 85 km
Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, JCB
Total number of rooms: 11
Annual Closing: open all year
Contact us: email@example.com
Destination: Gili IslandsSituated just a short boat ride from Lombok, each of the three Gili Islands (Gili Trawangan, Gili Air and Gili Meno) has its own charm. Swim in the sea with green and loggerhead turtles. Go diving or snorkelling and look out for sharks, manta rays, and a wide array of other marine life. Enjoy other activities including yoga, Pilates, and Zumba lessons. Walk around the motorized-free islands or explore them on a bicycle or a horse-drawn cart (cidomo). Take in the wonderful sunsets. Savour delightful Indonesian and international cuisine. Unwind on a small tropical island—Gili Islands.
Your Host“I travelled the world for over six years as a scuba instructor and fell in love with Gili Air. Together with two other Belgian friends, we realized a dream and built a luxury complex with private pool villas where guests can feel at home. Slow’s concept is slow cooking, slow moving, slow stretching…Discover the spirit of Gili Air.”
We CareFor every guest stay Slow Villas and Spa donates €1 to charity. The hotel supports shark conservation Shark and has adopted two manta rays from the manta ray conservation in Nusa Lembongan.
In addition to supporting the local Lombok orphans when they visit Gili Air, Slow Villas also donates money to help remove waste off the island for recycling, and is involved in The Ocean Clean-up’s mission to have an ocean free of plastic. It is also an advocate for Gili Eco Trust, the Eco warriors of the Gili islands that has several projects including biorock reef restoration, trash management, cat clinics and horse clinics. It also supports a local coconut farmer. The oil from his farm is gently blended with fresh aloe vera that comes from the garden and used at the spa.
Current Temperature26° C
Local Time5:19 pm
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