Newlyweds Jennifer Lawrence, Cooke Maroney off to super-expensive honeymoon in Indonesia
The couple who exchanged vows at a star-studded ceremony at Belcourt Mansion in Newport have left for their expensive honeymoon to Indonesia
Newlyweds Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney have left for their honeymoon to Indonesia, and have booked a $12,745-a-night five villa estate.
The couple exchanged vows at a star-studded ceremony at Belcourt Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island, in October.
The Oscar-winning actress, 29, and the art dealer husband, 34, have been honeymooning at the exclusive Nihi Sumba Resort in Indonesia. The remote island destination is known for its luxurious villa accommodations and excellent surf, reports say.
"The hotel's 33 villas are set on 530 private acres, and offer amenities like private plunge pools and spectacular ocean views, but the newlyweds stayed at an even more elusive spot on site: the private home of the resort's owner, entrepreneur Chris Burch. His residence, known as Mendaka, is available to book and has hosted its fair share of celebrity guests, including Christian Bale, who stayed there last year," said a source.
According to the source, Lawrence and Maroney went horseback riding and visited nearby Sumbanese villages, which the hotel helps to support via its charitable Sumba Foundation, during their stay at the resort.
The spa, Nihi Oka, offers outdoor massages in a bamboo pavilion perched above the ocean. At the on-site Nihi Sumba Boathouse, guests can go for excursions to surf, fish, charter a boat, dive, kayak, spearfish, snorkel, jet ski or stand-up paddleboard. There's also horseback riding and yoga.