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The Seraya Resort Komodo

Seraya Kecil Island, Labuan Bajo, Flores Indonesia
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Updated 09/26/20


#6 of 51 Specialty lodging in Labuan Bajo
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Established in 2017, The Seraya offers a unique beach resort experience that melds the familial with the luxurious. A low-impact and eco-minded destination backdropped by the beauty of Komodo National Park. Our iconic Bamboo Manta restaurant forms the centrepiece, testament to our twin passions of sustainable, low-impact construction and the wonders found beneath the waves. Explore the wonders of the house reef by snorkel and kayak, or experience the tranquility of solitude on your own corner of our 200-meter private beach. Venture out to Komodo National Park and take in all its beauty through trekking and snorkelling tours or sign up to dive expeditions with our brand new five star PADI dive operation, Seraya Divers. Spacious private bungalows tucked under the tamarind trees that line our private beach and nestled in our hilltop gardens offer divine comfort on the doorstep of paradise.
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Property amenities
Infinity pool
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Mosquito net
Outdoor furniture
Pool / beach towels
Swimming pool toys
Saltwater pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Happy hour
Wine / champagne
Walking tours
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
First aid kit
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Air conditioning
Private beach
Seating area
Clothes rack
Electric kettle
Hair dryer
Private bathrooms
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Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Indonesian
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AMR wrote a review Sep 2020
34 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed as family and received first class treatment during our 3 nights stay. everyone was super friendly and attentive. The facilities were spotless clean and food simply superb. We especially enjoyed tranquility, hike, kayak and snorkle around the island. A big thank you to Rini, Oktavia, Atik, Patris, Filipus, Heimi, Made, Mikael and Miranda Hebert. Keep it up!
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Date of stay: August 2020
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: beach front !
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Response from miranda Hebert, General Manager at The Seraya Resort Komodo
Responded Sep 25, 2020
Thank you so much Pak Agus for your review! It was a pleasure to welcome you all to the Seraya Resort Komodo. We are pleased to know that you had a great time with us and are looking forward to welcoming you back.
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RandomMistakes wrote a review Mar 2020
Boulder, Colorado28 contributions1 helpful vote
My wife and I stayed at The Seraya last year for a full week and couldn't have had a better time. We participated in almost every activity they offer, so I'll try to mention them all! Without a doubt though, this was the best time we've ever had at a single hotel and I sincerely hope we get to return someday! As soon as we landed in Labuan Bajo, the owner was very helpful in setting up a drive to town, pointing out a small market to grab some quick snacks, and then getting us on a speedboat to the island. After about 45-60 minutes in the water, we arrived at the gorgeous dock and private Seraya beach (look at those photos!). We spent hours lounging on that dock in the nets, enjoying the breeze, reading books. If it got too warm, we would jump straight off the end of the pier and start snorkeling. I've been to dozens of beach destinations around the world, and the snorkeling here was the best and most accessible I've ever seen. While I've been SCUBA certified for ten years, my wife paid to get her Open Water training with The Seraya Divers. The team was fantastic and she loved the sites. We even did a Manta Ray drift dive, but unfortunately didn't see any that day. We also did two of the Day Trips on their private boat. We went to Padar for a truly amazing hike, Komodo to see the dragons, Pink Beach, and a snorkeling trip with Manta Rays, where we swam with at least 10 of them! Right from the beach, you can take a kayak out to a smaller island (maybe 20-30 min. away) if you'd like a true private beach of your own (other than some native chickens!). The island directly Northeast also hosts some baby Black Tip Reef Sharks that you can snorkel with with you stay motionless and don't scare them. However, the current can be quite intense at certain points, so the kayak trip over there can be a bit daunting at times. If you'd like to see the baby sharks (do do do do do doooo) without exerting as much effort, you can see them everyday right from the main lobby/restaurant in the mangroves! Our room itself was amazing and spacious with nice wood finishes, with AC when we needed it. We purchased the cheaper "hill" option, but you'll still never be more than 60 seconds from the beach. However, the whole island isn't going to work well for anyone with mobility issues as there are stone and dirt walkways/hills. Tips: -There's no WIFI, so bring a book or get out and enjoy the scenery. -Snorkel everyday! There's clownfish, eels, sharks and so much to see. But don't try walking out, because there are urchins and shallow sharp areas. Jump in from the end of the dock. -Save money on the hill rooms, use it to take a day trip to Padar for the view of a lifetime, to see the dragons, and to Manta Point. If you need to cut something for time, skip Pink Beach. -Enjoy having the "family style" dinner every few evenings! It gave us a chance to meet everyone. -Bring a few snacks from the mainland. The restaurant will serve some lunch appetizers if you order them, but sometimes you'll just want a bag of chips at the beach or after dinner.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: Hill rooms are a great value
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Response from ggmansell, Guest Relations Manager at The Seraya Resort Komodo
Responded Apr 15, 2020
It was a pleasure hosting you! So glad that you had such a wonderful time visiting us. Hope to see you again in the future. The baby sharks will be waiting :)
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jlbsha wrote a review Jan 2020
Shanghai, China79 contributions30 helpful votes
Five of us stayed in 3 hillside bungalows for a week over Christmas. Beautiful spacious air conditioned bungalows with outdoor bathrooms. Comfortable beds. Everything felt very clean. Clean beach (very little garbage noticed to other beaches in S.E.Asia) and nice pool. Very kind staff all around, from housekeeping up to management, accommodating all our needs. Great level of interaction with guests. I've stayed at several resorts in Indonesia and Seraya's value for what you get is good. Great diving, free diving, and snorkeling both off the jetty at the home reef and various other spots in the park. Those in our group that dove had only good things to say about the dive staff. No real negatives to report. Shame Will was not very good at the game of Catan, hopefully he'll improve ;)
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Date of stay: December 2019
Response from ggmansell, Guest Relations Manager at The Seraya Resort Komodo
Responded Apr 15, 2020
The weather over Christmas was incredible wasn't it! It was a pleasure hosting you your family we really enjoyed your energy and friendliness! We will continue the Catan training for your next visit! :)
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ritaeszterburger wrote a review Jan 2020
Munich, Germany5 contributions
We were a couple with 4 children and spend 5 nights in this beautiful paradise ! The Seraya eco lodge is in a small island, with just 2 resorts and 1 fisher village and nature, nature, nature! We spend Christmas there and the owner and all the staff gave us the feeling, being like in a big family. In Christmas eve we jumped over to a tiny island toasting with each other. If you are looking for a place with all amenities but in incomparable surroundings in entire nature, The Seraya Eco lodge is the right place! We’ll come back for sure!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from ggmansell, Guest Relations Manager at The Seraya Resort Komodo
Responded Apr 15, 2020
We absolutely loved hosting your beautiful family! Thank you for participating in all of our Christmas activities, we hope you had a relaxing time and your kids specifically enjoyed interacting with the village kids. A wonderful Christmas we hope to host you again in the future!
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Pascale C wrote a review Jan 2020
3 contributions
I recently stayed at the Seraya for 3 nights and I will definitely be returning. Reaching the island of Seraya kecil was hassle free and the staff were extremely welcoming and lovely. The resort is the perfect mix of luxe and rustic, and the swimming, snorkeling and lounging spots around the island are magical. The delicious communal buffet style dinners add to the laid back, family vibe and my bungalow was the perfect place to end the days. I can't wait to go back. Thanks so much
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Date of stay: November 2019
Response from ggmansell, Guest Relations Manager at The Seraya Resort Komodo
Responded Apr 15, 2020
Thank you fo your kind words Pascale! We hope to see you again in the future!
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$234 - $269 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndonesiaEast Nusa TenggaraFloresLabuan Bajo
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Seraya Resort Komodo
Which popular attractions are close to The Seraya Resort Komodo?
Nearby attractions include Kalong (Flying Foxes) Island (2.9 miles), Kelor Island (4.3 miles), and Komodo National Park (4.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Seraya Resort Komodo?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at The Seraya Resort Komodo?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a mosquito net, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at The Seraya Resort Komodo?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The Seraya Resort Komodo?
Conveniently located restaurants include Atlantis On The Rock by Plataran, Tre360 Bar, and Rinca Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Seraya Resort Komodo?
Yes, guests have access to an infinity pool during their stay.
Does The Seraya Resort Komodo have an airport shuttle?
Yes, The Seraya Resort Komodo offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Seraya Resort Komodo?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Indonesian.
Are there any historical sites close to The Seraya Resort Komodo?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Tado Village (7.1 miles).
Does The Seraya Resort Komodo have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.