Loloata Island Resort is a contemporary new, 68 room resort that includes 22 eye-catching and modern overwater villas, two restaurants, a swimming pool, recreational beach, spa and a conference centre.
Importantly, it is also a resort that is sensitive to its surrounding environment – a marine reserve.
The island is full of options, depending on whether you want to flop and drop in the Beach Club pool with one of the resort’s signature cocktails or iced teas in your hand, or be more adventurous and energetic.
Loloata Island sits on the edge of the Papuan Barrier Reef and there are 29 dive sites around the island where experienced divers can explore its reefs, spectacular sea life, shipwrecks and even a World War 2 Boston bomber.
There are also excellent snorkelling sites. Loloata has a world class PADI-certified dive and activities centre. If you’re not a diver, the resort offers boat trips to nearby Lion Island, where there are more remarkable snorkelling opportunities, while paddleboards and kayaks are provided to guests free of charge on the main beach adjacent to the Beach Club.
The philosophy of Sea Salt Spa is to provide the ultimate relaxing experience for guests, offering ocean inspired specialized treatments, using only the very best natural products, in a peaceful, cloud-like atmosphere, the therapists and consultants offer tailored experiences to awaken body, mind and soul. Sea Salt SPA is open daily from 08:30am to 08:30pm. The last appointment for the day is 07:30pm.
Tranquility and serenity are almost tangible in this quiet oasis that is Sea Salt Spa. A wide array of treatments are available to suit every need and desire. Only natural and organic products are used, many of the treatments are tailor-made using cold pressed local coconut oil, fresh avocado, ginger, lemongrass or coffee beans, amongst other ingredients.