Zoe's Paradise Waterfront Hotel:

unique boutique hotel in Tuktuk, Samosir Island


Unique boutique hotel at Samosir Island, Lake Toba

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Zoe's Paradise Lake Toba; unique boutique hotel on Samosir Island

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Unique boutique hotel at Samosir Island, Lake Toba

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Time out with the indigenous Batak people in North Sumatra

Feel at home and safe with us!

Zoé's Paradise Waterfront Hotel is an insider tip for travelers who appreciate a safe and comfy stay in a prime lake location with warm hospitality in the middle of the largest volcanic lake in the world.

Vacation for the soul

Enjoy every moment with us!

Vacation makes us happy, gives us courage and confidence, triggers joy and helps to recharche the batteries after exhausting weeks and months at work and in everyday life. 

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A break brings back energy and "joie de vivre".

Before Corona pandemic, Zoé's Paradise Lake Toba was TRAVELERS' CHOICE 

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We provide quality service and high standards for Samosir Island. Our 17-room boutique hotel is a cozy retreat with traditional Batak flair and Swiss influence. For Samosir Island, it is a unique and modern hotel that creates moments of wellbeing. An ideal place for everyone who wants to relax from everyday life. A fine place for visitors who appreciate a safe stay with warm hospitality in a prime location on Samosir Island.

Our hotel is located on well-tended lake property directly on the shores of majestic Lake Toba in North Sumatra, Indonesia. The hotel design is modern and with beautifully designed nods to the Batak architekture of the region. 

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More than just a hotel.
Come, stay and enjoy!

A wonderful feeling to see Lake Toba and the mountain range when you wake up! Take your quality time so that you are fit again in everyday life.

Enjoy your breakfast with a wonderful view over Lake Toba and the mountain range to start the day refreshed. Relax in our garden, breathe fresh air and swim in our pool. Experience the warm hospitality and try our local slow food dishes and drinks. Enjoy every moment with us and leave everyday life behind you!


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Boutique hotel with exceptional views 
Relax in the garden, enjoy nature, breath fresh air & swim in our pool!

Amenities of Zoé's Paradise Lake Toba include a restaurant opens up to the beautiful garden with a wonderful view to the lake and mountain range. The swimming pool provides refreshment after sunbathing and kept hygienic without the use of dangerous chemicals.​

The hotel is located in the picturesque village of Tuktuk. Nearby are souvenir stores, wood carving shops, beauty salons, restaurants, pubs with live music, the local health and emergency center and a local pharmacy.

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have a look what you can expect from us:
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An insider tip for everyone who appreciates a safe and comfy stay with warm hospitality and sustainable tourism in the middle of the largest volcanic lake in the world.



Feel at home at Zoe’s Paradise – its charming looks will capture your heart at first sight.....

Previous guests even rate it as “the best accommodation option in Lake Toba” and it’s no surprise why. After all, what we need on vacation is the feeling of being at home with all necessary comforts and little extras like good views! ​.....

Once you don’t expect the Western norms on anything, you’ll really see that this is a gem on the island! 

(Beverly Lennon)


This hotel is an ideal place for visitors who can climb a few steps, seek warm and family hospitality, appreciate a cozy, private atmosphere as well as good service. (Dominik Mischler)

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