Bintan Lagoon Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Jalan Indera Segara, Bintan Utara, , Bintan, 29155, Indonesia

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  • Lyda1973's Profile Photo

    Need Freshener and Renovation


    My husband and I stayed at this resort on April/06 in a Deluxe Sea Facing Room. My expectation were huge because of the name of the hotel and the pictures in their webpage, but what I saw was disappointing and what we paid wasn't in accordance with the quality of the rooms, pool, beach, buildings, service and food, very expensive to be a 5 star resort.

    ROOM: Old room, really smelt the ambience, furniture and bathroom. The furniture was completely ruined, faded of the old that it was.
    BATHROOM: The tile was broken and the paper teared up. The bathtub was so old and dirty that you don't really want to enjoy it. In general: SMELLY!!!.
    VIEW: Not so nice, the rooms are too far from the ocean and have many palms.
    POOL: Both pools are small and boring.
    BEACH: OH!!!, the very very few chairs were destroyed like the tsunami had passed by there. It's a shame because the beach is wide enough, beautiful sand and sunsets and sunrises are splendid. They have completely abandoned this area.
    FOOD: Expensive, specially meat in Nelayan Grill.
    FACILITIES: Very few for people that don't play golf.

    The best time we had there was when we wasn't there, I mean, when we were in Singapore for a day by ferry. The "resort" have bus facility and the took us to the ferry terminal and picked us too without addicional charges.
    But since Bintan is an island prefered by singaporeans and most of the people come through Singapore, the one day trip is not so common, anyway if you come from Batam as we did, Singapore is an excellent option to spend a day, only 45 minutes in a very good and big ferry.
    The villas looked fantastic outside, I don't know inside. Are closer to the beach, have their own pool, look big and beautiful, good "neighbour"; however I DON'T RECOMMEND THIS "RESORT" AT ALL.

  • Bintan Lagoon


    This is a beautiful 5-star integrated golf, beach and spa resort sprawling over 300 hectares of landscaped gardens. Yes.. there are golf course!

    Bintan Lagoon Resort has about 400+deluxe rooms and 50+ Resort Villas

    Each room comes with TV with satellite programmes, minibar and refrigerator, personal safe, telephone with local and international direct dial, private shower and bath, air-conditioning.

    The resort villas come with a fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances such as microwave ovens, kitchen utensils, cutlery, glassware and chinaware. There are kitchen cabinets and wardrobes, colour TV with satellite programmes, telephone , personal safe as well as a four-seater buggy.

    You can watch TV programmes from Singapore channel.

    It is just an hour away from Singapore. Perfect place to relax

    Unique Quality: They have hotel rooms and resort villa.

  • Yijie's Profile Photo

    Quite a nice stay


    This resort scores well on its service, facilities and amenities. The staff are courteous, there are a lot of recreational facilties (some are not that expensive like pool and snooker) and the rooms are well-furnished. The impression I had before coming is totally changed by my short stay here.

    Unique Quality: There is this pool with slides that seems quite fun. And having a massage in one of those open air huts shall be quite relaxing too.

  • imstress's Profile Photo

    Bintan Lagoon Resort


    Bintan Lagoon Resort is accessible via high-speed catamarans from Singapore's Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. The journey takes about an hour.

    We stayed at the Chempaka Villa. The ladies cooked a simple dinner at the fully equipped kitchen with appliances, kitchen utensils, cutlery and crockery. We only brought the ingridents and seasonings along.

  • hassan_abu's Profile Photo

    Relax at the Resort


    Its a pretty good resort to stay on a short holiday, but can be rather expensive except when the resort is having some kind of promotions.
    However, we truly had a wonderful time throughout our 3 days stay there.

    Unique Quality: The beach and pool looks great.

  • vigi's Profile Photo

    2-storey Family Villa with private pool + BBQ


    Unique Quality: Bintan Lagoon Resort has 2-storey family villas. The biggest villas come with private swimming pool, barbeque and buggy, suitable for big family (7 persons or above). These villas are very popular among Korean tourists, I heard because a Korean male singer came to stayed here before, many fans requested to stay in the same villa as his.

  • vigi's Profile Photo

    5-Star Delux Resort, Best View of Sunrise


    Unique Quality: Having the best view of sunrise on the island, Bintan Lagoon Resort has 5-star deluxe rooms and suites. I love the balcony in suites, and the little Thai style cusions on the floor. There're 2 swimming pools, beautiful + long beach front, and many facilities such as laser war game, kike rental, child care centre, etc. They also specialist in traditional Javanese massage.

  • Good Family Resort


    This is a 4.5* resort suitable for couples, families and groups of friends.

    The rooms are nicely furnished and well maintained and reasonable priced. There is a water sports centre where you can jet ski, kayak, learn diving etc. and the hotel is within walking distance(5 min) to the beachfront. The beach is clean and has powdery white sand.

    If you are in a group or family, would suggest you stay in a villa instead. There are 3 types of villas and most come with its own bbq pit. The largest type of villas has its own swimming pool and can ammodate about ten people. The hotel has a grocery list and you can order food to barbeque yourselves. Each villa also has a buggy car which you can use to drive around the resort.

    There's quite a lot of recreational facilties and a few restaurants. The Italian restaurant is quite good.

  • xuessium's Profile Photo

    Bintan Lagoon Resort


    This is a 5-stars resort so you get what you pay for. Nothing really spectacular except it is crowded with businessmen there to play golf and families there to unwind. The beach is alright: windy, clean but uncharacteristic.

    Unique Quality: I like the rooms with the raised patio. Very Japanese.

  • Tenzin's Profile Photo

    Could be the cheapest 5* resort in the world if...


    The rack rate was S$350++ per day for the 3-room Cempaka villa when I paid only S$80 nett during the weekday period. Other than the lack of breakfast, the only condition is that you have to be a SAFRA travel club member to qualify for this special rate. Unlike the hotel rooms, rented villas entitle you to FREE usage of a buggy that would otherwise cost you S$10/hr. Don't miss the ride around the golf course even if you don't play the game. SAFRA is an organisation consisting largely of Singaporean males who have completed their 2.5 years of compulsory military training. Given that virtually all the Bintan resorts are owned by Singapore government linked companies, it is not difficult for SAFRA to negotiate such a special rate for us.

    Unique Quality: On the 15 Feb. '05 morning I had the whole pool and sea to myself. That must have made Bintan Lagoon the most desolate resort on earth. I can prove it too - any worse and there won't be anybody around to write about it. So if you love privacy and exclusivity go during off peak periods. From Nov. to Mar. it's the Monsoon period and the sea is frothy and majestic. No good for swimming though but if you want a free massage you can just lie back and let the waves do its job.

    Directions: Transfers are all provided when you sign up for the resort packages. Just 20 minutes ride away.

  • A2002's Profile Photo

    Bintan Lagoon Resorts.


    Bintan Lagoon is popular for its two 18-hole championship courses which are designed by golf legends Jack Nicklaus and Ian Baker-Finch. Many people staying in Singapore come here just to play golf for the day, especially during the weekends.

    For accommodation, you can choose to stay in either a hotel room or a villa. The rooms and villas are fully air-conditioned for your comfort in the hot weather.

    I stayed in one of the Angsoka villa.

    Unique Quality: The biggest villa is the double storeyed Angsoka villa with 5 bedrooms. All the rooms are air-conditioned with individual control. There's a living room with comfortable sofa, and fully equipped with karaoke, TV, DVD player, etc. The kitchen is also well-equipped with anything you need to prepare a meal for 12. The fridge and freezer is a bit small though.

    In the Angsoka villas, each villa will have its own private swimming pool and a BBQ pit. Excellent for a party...

    Each villa also comes with a 4 seater buggy and a golf membership.

    Directions: There's a Bintan Lagoon shuttle bus from the ferry terminal.

  • Bintan Lagoon Resort


    A traditional Indonesian-style beach resort. Situated slightly away from Nirwana Gardens, about 15 minutes shuttle bus ride from ferry terminal. Combination of hotels and villas. Indonesian architecture at the grand lobby.

    Unique Quality: Great hospitality. I got a unique service: a buggy ride from the Leisure Centre back to the lobby because it was raining heavily and had no shelter back.

  • value for money


    stayed at the Cempaka Villa on Jan 02 which has a dining room, living room, 1 double bed room n 2 single rooms n a kitchen. there are 2 bathrooms, 1 is in the master bedroom.

    the villa was rather simple, chalet style. it comes with a 4 seater buggy.

    the kitchen comes with the pots n pan n a fridge.
    do take care while riding the buggy coz it might topple if not careful.

    the service for the villa is so-so. need to be careful as they will check for broken items/lost items before u can check out. so make the phone call 1st , let them then u can head to the recep.

    Unique Quality: there's a wide range of activities n facilites.

    Kudos to the life guard at the beach !!! they r the REAL baywatch !!. 3 of frens nearly got drown n they were super fast n strong. jetski was on standby for rescue mission.

    the pool side bar is gd. especially the chips n hotdogs :p

    can't say the same for the coffeehouse. the food was a little cold n hard.

    the recep service is welcoming . They have 2 authorized car companies. only remb IndoRent,, reasonable price.

More about Bintan Lagoon Resort


by imstress

Bintan is an island getway with many beach resorts. It does not have an airport so you will probably arrive here by ferries from Singapore.

Bintan Resort Ferries has 5-7 departures daily from Singapore's Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal to Bandar Bentan Telani at the western tip of the Resorts.

You can obtain an Indonesian visa on arrival here. The trip takes 45 minutes and costs between S$25.10 - S$47.20. It is often cheaper to buy a package tour with accommodation and ferry fare inclusive.

We went to Bintan on two occassions. We stayed in Nirawana Gardens for our first vist with two other good friends. Our next visit was to Bintan Lagoon Resort where we stayed in Chempaka Villa.

Bintan Lagoon Resort is accessible via high-speed catamarans from Singapore's Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. The journey takes about an hour.

We stayed at the Chempaka Villa. The ladies cooked a simple dinner at the fully equipped kitchen with appliances, kitchen utensils, cutlery and crockery. We only brought the ingridents and seasonings along.

Bintan has some pretty decent...

by Adrian_Loh

Bintan has some pretty decent accommodation. For budget travellers, the Mana Mana Beach Club (best for its seasports facilities) would be the best best at around US$30-40 per night. Otherwise, the Nirwana Resort Hotel or the Mayang Sari goes for like US$120-150 per night, do check out their internet rates as its cheaper.

Bintan Lagoon is also pretty ideal if you have a larger group, its the largest hotel on the island with 416 rooms and villas. Room rates start from around US$140-$200 per night.

Angsana Resort & Banyan Tree are like the high end hotels, costing around US$200-300 per night.

But if you guys want to save a tonne of dosh, its really much cheaper if you book the tours (eg. 3D2N Bintan) in SIngapore. for instance, the Angsana is going for like US$90 (INCLUDING FERRY!!!) per night. so you dig what i mean?
Average price per night, would set you back by about US$150 (incl ferry and food)if you book the packages in SIN, if you get it from elsewhere, its bound to be more expensive.

Overpriced and underwhelming

by TripAdvisor Member Yank-In-Sing

Stayed at the Bintan Lagoon Resort for 3 nights as part of a work-related trip. The rooms were reasonably priced; however, everything else in the hotel was grossly overpriced, as seems to be the standard in the Bintan Resorts area. Prices are in Singapore dollars, not Indonesian rupiah, and run 5-10x what you would pay elsewhere in Indonesia.

The rooms at Bintan Lagoon Resort are OK, but my bathroom was disgusting, complete with grungy mildewed shower curtain. The food was generally godawful, although the buffet breakfast wasn't bad. Tried a much-hyped liquor popsicle at the newly-opened club Silk, which cost $11 SGD and was little more than ice on a stick.

I like to swim laps and due to work commitments would not get back to the resort until after 6pm. Even though information in your room says the pool closes at 9pm, I went down to the pool at 7pm and it was pitch dark, all the lights were off. When I asked the staff if they could turn on the pool lights, they said "no, we're changing the chairs." They added I would have to exit the pool by 8pm as that's when they put in the chemicals. Also no towels available at that time. With nothing much else to do on Bintan, why would you effectively shut down the pool (or at least make it unswimmable) so early? Noticed the next evening the pool lights were off as well.

The only nice thing about the resort was the beach, although I did get bitten by sand fleas. When I mentioned this to a staff member she said "oh, yeah, they're the worst between 3 and 5pm, and the bites are really bad." Would have been nice to know this information beforehand!

I saw a lot of Europeans in Bintan and I can't figure out why. If you're a weekender from Singapore it's understandable; otherwise, if you want an Indonesian beach vacation, go to Bali. The only contact with the "real" Indonesia you have in Bintan is the underpaid staff members.

Nice, but watch works in progress

by TripAdvisor Member ehberlin

Stayed at Bintan Lagoon Resort for 5 days in late April and had a really good time, would certainly not call it a dump.
It made an excellent add-on to our Singapore trip.

The hotel provides shuttle services between the ferry terminal and the resort, you will be met off the ferry and taken back in time for your departure.

If you plan to go soon, please note that the West wing and parts of the lobby are being renovated. The same goes for parts of the East wing, we asked for a room that was away from the noise.

The resort was well kept and all staff were friendly. The seaview room was slightly dated but clean and had a very cosy Indonesian-style seating area next to the window. You will encounter some small geckos and the occasional tropical bug.

Maybe the beach could get crowded in high season, now it was very calm and enjoyable.

This resort has several restaurants, there should be something for everyone. The shop in Bintan Lagoon Resort is very small, you might want to bring sun lotion, magazines etc from Singapore.

Don't bother exchanging money for Rupiah, everything in the resorts is in S$ you will only need Rupia if you go to the northern part which is more Indonesian and very different to the separate Lagoi area.
If you do not want to stay put doing watersports or playing golf all the time, rent a car and driver to see some of the 'real' Bin Tan outside of the Lagoi area.

7 out of 10

by TripAdvisor Member Bellyb

We just returned from 8 nights at Bintan Lagoon (followed by 7 nights at Angsana down the road) and spent the same amount of time there 3 years ago. The room (deluxe seaview, booked online at their lowest internet rate) was at the very far end of the west wing and looked over the 11th green and the 12th par 3 of the Jack Nicklaus Golf Course, as well as the beach, sea etc. Beautiful. Sitting on the deck watching the evening sun go down, we could forget how shabby the room was!. A couple of holes in the walls, broken floor tiles, shower that turned the bathroom into a paddling pool every time! - generally in need of a big overhaul, but it was liveable, and pretty clean. I guess it reflects the lower room rate we paid via the internet. The service generally was good overall. Oh, and new outdoor furniture for every deck was being rolled out just as we were leaving. It is a very big resort and as such, I think it does pretty well considering.

Nice Beachfront & Room

by TripAdvisor Member falcon_sg

We booked this short getaway from as there's a special promotion for UOB Card members. The trip there is no frills and easy.... book your ferry ticket from and upon arrival, just look for the BINTAN LAGOON guy/gal holding up their hotel sign.... I think it's free transfer for anybody regardless if the booking site specify free transfer or not!....

The resort is set primarily in a gold course ambience and with nice sandy beachfront..... soft sand and clean waters....better than the beachfronts of Angsana and Banyan Tree and Nirwana......! The waters is defintiely appetizing enuff to entice us to book a kayak to have some workout after all the sleep and food....

The room, a delux room, is not bad... the interior is furnished nicely though i would not say luxuriously... but nice feature is a platform area laid with foam mat ...(something like a tatami area..) for you to relax, rest and read a book... this opens to a balcony... (we were given ground floor unit though... and it's like a PES area that opens to the main garden...)..

Overall the accomodation is nice and what i would expect of a S$150~200 a night accomodation....

The not so good is the food.... we ordered takeaway chix wings... which we waited for 45 mins... and they don't even have proper takeaway containers or packaging.... and the chix wings...hmmm... way below average...

The buffet dinner is also no good... some BBQ dinner but it's held indoors... and with only 1 BBQ counter.... not wat I would expect of a BBQ buffet with only a miserable selection of cheap fish, no prawns.... and some sotong....! Defintely not worth paying S$30~40 per pax for it!.... go for ala carte!

The hotel is also not able to coup with the massive number of guests around...! not enough service staff at hand... and for morning breakfast,..,abv avg food... but as usual not enough staff and space (we had to have ours in their jap restaurant with makeshift buffet counter)....

Accomodation: GOOD!...
Dinning Experience: BAD.....!

rooms only average

by TripAdvisor Member clumpsmum

The hotel grounds / facilities were great , but the rooms were just average. The beach is awesome as is the huge outdoor pool area.
I do think the food/restaurants are over-priced .

Fab time was had by all!

by TripAdvisor Member Kenleys

We booked a week in Bintan before spending 1 week on Pangkil Island with other members of our family. We had a wonderful villa right on the beachfront in which the 4 of us rattled around in quite happily! It was spotlessly clean and well maintained. Probably the one downside of it was that the villa next door was rented out ona nightly basis to large grouyps for entertaining and BBQ's but at least it was quiet during the day.
The children (aged 5 and 7) enjoyed going to the mini club although there were only ever 2 or 3 other children there at the time so not many others to play with. Also, they did dpend quite a bit of time indoors and I would rather they were outside.
The food was excellent. The buffet catered for all needs and tastes, even fussy little boys!
we would consider going back to Bintan but the one drawback for us is that it is a long way from London with small children. Having said that, the total transfer tiem from Pangkil to london was 24 hours and 7 modes of transport so a simple plane flight and hop on a ferry is nothing!

Nice place

by TripAdvisor Member ElYeti

After reading some of the previous reviews, i was a bit skeptical. We booked a last minute 2D/1N Sat Sun trip from Singapore after having recently moved to Singapore from California.

We arrived to the hotel at 10 AM and we were checked into our room early(check in is noon) as it seemed most guests were.The persons checking in before us though were told they would have to wait a few hours for ONE of their 2 adjoining rooms.

We booked the garden terrace rooms in the hotel which are ground level. A little more expensive than basic rooms but it has a bigger balcony with lounge pool type chairs instead of the white plastic chairs in the seaview rooms above us but nice view overall since the hotel is on a hill. there are 2 wings to the hotel. The other wing seemed to have overall better views(east??).

The rooms were clean, a bit of mildew in the shower but not bad. We were only there 1 nite and the weather was great so werent planning on spending much time in the room. The furniture/TV seemed about 15 years old and could use remodeling. Our room had a keyed entry from the balcony which didnt work as we were disppointed we couldnt enter from the courtyard. We didnt bother to ask if this could be repaired.

The beach was excellent. Not too crowded, we always found a lounge chair and a covered shaded area. very mellow.the weather was perfect. very breezy.
the lobby area is very large and also has a very nice view and is very breezy as well.

the buffets were tasty and prob. overpriced if you are expecting to pay indonesian prices. I would say its a good value if you are used to paying singapore prices but for the view, atmosphere, at a nice resort etc.. its a good value. Beer$5-7SGD, cocktails$8-10SGD(1 for 1 happy hour everyday from 5-7pm), lunch buffet $24SGD, seafood dinner buffet $32SGD. We didnt try the restaurants as we got up and left the Nayarit as it was too pricey for our budget. We instead went to the seafood buffet above (BBQ seafood (fish, calamari,stingray )+ other seafood dishes).

Overall, for a 1-3 night stay, i think its a good value and there were enough activities that you wouldnt get too bored. We didnt try and leave the resort but we would have had we stayed longer. One thing to keep in mind is that you are charged 20% GST(10% service charge and 10% tax) on everything. We ended up spending about $50SGD person/day.

Since we booked a later ferry, we asked for a later checkout and were given until 2PM for free and charged $22/hr thereafter. On checkout, we paid our bill in cash and the x-change rate shown was better than the online rate but I guess it doesnt matter what the charges are in rupiah since everything is charged in SGD.

one recommendation for arrival back at singapore ferry terminal. Call ahead for a taxi while you are on the ferry because we waited over 1hr in the taxi queue b/c they were infrequent. there are limos charging $35 ready for immediate hire as well.

Needs a facelift and a good clean

by TripAdvisor Member travelfam_sing

Just needed a relaxing gettaway after moving to Singapore, so decided to book the BLR. After pre-paying through an agent I read the reviews, but decided to go anyway. This place is by no means a 5-star resort...I would give it 3 at best. If I was paying Asian 3-star price, that wouldn't be a problem, but you pay for a 5-star resort and definitely don't get that. The rooms photograph FAR better than they are in person. We really didn't want to sleep on the sheets or bedcover at night- in fact I used a sarong as my sheet. I have stayed in cheap accomodation in Asia that was far cleaner than this room. The bathroom was disgusting- the tub surface was pocked and marred in several places exposing the cast iron tub- we made our 2 yr old stand up and shower- didn't want her to actually sit in the tub. Again, for the price, this is ridiculous- refinish your tubs and clean your bathrooms!!!! There were dead spiders and old webs in the bathroom- basically looked like it was not cleaned before we checked in. The balcony had cheap plastic furniture- again, not what you would expect for "5-star". If you are bringing a toddler still in a cot/crib I would bring your own if you can. The cots they have are set for newborn level and the pillow they put in the crib had blood/bodily stains on it. This was after the cot took 3+ hours to arrive in the room AFTER checking in which interupted the whole schedule.
Other than the room, I have to say that the staff we encountered were quite friendly, just on a completely different timeschedule to those with kids- ordered a hot dog by the pool and it took over an hour to arrive- not much help to a starving,screaming toddler.
The beach was actually ok for what we used it for- some quick playtime/ break from the pool. If you like to lounge all day at the beach on a sunchair don't think this is the place for you.

Pool was ok- needed some work but the kids did seem to enjoy it and never a problem getting chairs when we went. Breakfast was marginal, if you want multiple cups of coffee I would sit right next to a beverage station where you can help yourself- they didn't quite get the concept of empty cups there. The Med. restaurant was decent, but pricey. The pool and beach restaurants were very pricey for marginal food with horrid service. Our last night there we discovered the lobby lounge which had snack food different from other menus on the resort and 1-for-1 beers so it ended up being our tastiest and cheapest meal there! All-in-all I was expecting more for the money. Had I paid about 1/3 of what I did I would have been happier with my trip.


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Comments (1)

  • Feb 11, 2013 at 7:11 AM

    I had a very bad experience at Bintan Lagoon, the following are what I observed for all viewers as consideration:
    1) Fast Track Counter
    Upon reaching the ferry terminal, we encounter "fast track counter", which I understand from the staff that this fast-track counter required SGD5 per person. In addition, the custom personnel at the "normal" queue took their own sweet time to check on each tourist (I had my passport in the latest version which has all my 10 fingerprints in the electronic page of my passport, never was I asked to scan my fingerprints at the Batam or Tanjung Pinang's ferry terminal, this is obviously delaying waiting time) which indirectly pushes a lot of the tourist to the "fast-track counter". I interpret this as "Bribery counter" instead. This was again encounter during department. The custom refuse to work until 30 mins before the ferry depart. At the speed of their work, they cannot possibly finish clearing all 100 passengers in 30 mins, so what do they do? Offer the “fast-track counter” to the those at the back of the queue. What a “great” way to earn money!!

    2) KOPI-O
    Upon reaching the resort, my family and I was very hungry. We immediately went nearest restaurant, Kopi-O. After making our order, we waited for near to 1 hour, and no food was served. We asked to cancel the order, immediately food was served, luke warm, the food could long be ready.

    2) RICE restaurant
    I had my dinner reservation at this restaurant at 7pm. I was the first on the reservation list. I reached the restaurant at 6.50pm, finish ordering at 7.15pm. I waited till 8.30pm, no food was served again. I asked to canceled my order, then food was served immediately within 5 minutes, however, the food was cold. I asked the waiter who served the food if the food was already ready, he replied "YES!". Is this kind of services acceptable at all? And it seems to be uniform in all restaurants in this resort. After 2 bad experience, I decided that the chef here needs an hour to prepare a dish each time.

    3) Food cost unreasonable
    I ordered a minestrone soup to be sent to my room. It cost me SGD14 for a 200ml soup where else the main course of a mee goreng cost about SGD16. What is the standard in setting the food price list? Or is there NO standard at all? Bad food retail management.

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 Bintan Lagoon Resort

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Address: Jalan Indera Segara, Bintan Utara, , Bintan, 29155, Indonesia