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GHM – Future Developments
The Chedi Club Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia – 2014
The Chedi Club Jimbaran is a private estate ne...
 
The Chedi Dhapparu, Maldives – 2016
The Chedi Dhapparu, located on a 55-hectare, crescent-shaped atoll in the Maldives, ...
 
The Chedi Club Zhudong, Hsinchu, Taiwan – 2018
Perched at the summit of the Eutopia development is the exquisite Chedi C...
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GHM Future developments - Miguel Guedes de Sousa

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GHM Future developments - Miguel Guedes de Sousa

  1. 1.   GHM – Future Developments The Chedi Club Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia – 2014 The Chedi Club Jimbaran is a private estate nestled amidst 22,000 square metres of tranquil grounds in the southern region of Bali. Encompassing 34 butler-serviced pool villas, each is equipped with in-room dining service, a full kitchen, a Balinese pavilion for al fresco meals and barbecues. The resort’s spaces are the creation of Robert Nation, principal of Nation Architects, and Jaya Ibrahim, one of Indonesia’s foremost interior designers. Guests can look forward to all-day dining at The Restaurant, or choose from in-villa dining and enjoying a bite by the 25-metre long U-shaped pool. The resort also features a spa and health club to cater to guests’ wellness needs as they find rejuvenation in this secluded oasis. The Aayu Mumbai, India – 2015 The Aayu Mumbai is a 42-suite luxury hotel by celebrated designer Jaya Ibrahim, and home to India’s first restaurants by the world’s most decorated chef Joël Robuchon, and culinary superstar Hide Yamamoto. The Aayu Mumbai will be located on the top five floors of Kohinoor Square’s Central Tower, the city’s tallest commercial building, in the Dadar area. Al Bait Sharjah, UAE – 2015 Al Bait Sharjah is a development aimed at protecting and restoring the emirate's historic fabric. Spread over 10,000 square metres, the hotel will feature 54 guest rooms, restaurants and a spa and wellness facility, some of which are incorporated into five decades-old heritage buildings. Unique design elements such as converting an old home into a library and museum, and weaving the Souq Al Arsa, a traditional open-air marketplace, into the property as a pedestrian thoroughfare, will bring the destination's charm to life and enhance the guest experience. Al Bait Sharjah is designed by UK-based architectural firm GAJ, the same architects for The Chedi Khorfakkan in Sharjah. The Chedi Tomakomai, Hokkaido, Japan – 2016 The Chedi Tomakomai will be GHM’s first property in Japan. Set within 1,057 hectares of lush forest on the island of Hokkaido, this development with a 60-room luxury hotel and 40 private villas will be designed by iconic Japanese architect and 1995 Pritzker Prize winner Tadao Ando. Hokkaido’s natural assets will be reflected in The Chedi’s open-air hot springs, 30-table gourmet restaurant and health facilities, and the development will stand as an environment-friendly design on 47 hectares of land, preserving 96% of the surrounding forest. Guests can look forward to spacious hotel rooms with built-in fireplaces and cliff-facing views, a spa and health club, indoor and outdoor pools, library, lounge and wine cellars. The Chedi Tomakomai will be only minutes from the new Chitose International Airport, Tomakomai Port, and 16 premier golf courses.
  2. 2.   The Chedi Dhapparu, Maldives – 2016 The Chedi Dhapparu, located on a 55-hectare, crescent-shaped atoll in the Maldives, will include 90 hotel-managed viilas and 40 hotel suites. All 130 units offer direct beach access and unrestricted views of either a coral-reef lagoon or the open ocean. The generous villas, ranging from one to four bedrooms, cover up to 565 square metres while half of the 90-square metre suites will have private pools for added luxury. Spa and wellness facilities are complemented by a beach club with a dive centre and bar. Dining takes on a lavish touch with choices of cuisine from the Maldives, India, Sri Lanka and Japan. The Chedi Tamouda Bay, Morocco – 2016 Located in northeastern Morocco, North Africa, The Chedi Tamouda Bay is being designed as a beach resort featuring 107 guest rooms, suites and villas. Just an hour’s drive from the international airport of Tangier, the resort will be spread across 11 hectares and will feature three restaurants, a selection of bars, meeting facilities and 350 metres of direct beach access to the Mediterranean Sea, complemented by a variety of recreational activities. The Chedi Khorfakkan, Sharjah, UAE – 2016 The Chedi Khorfakkan is a 170-suite resort situated on a mountain beside a private cove on Sharjah’s east coast, overlooking the Indian Ocean. Covering an expanse of 130,000 square metres, The Chedi Khorfakkan will comprise The Fort, The Hilltown and the Town Square. The Fort is the primary access to the hotel and will house the main reception, restaurants, spa and health club and business facilities. The Hilltown will offer all-suite accommodation including four royal suites, 10 presidential suites, 26 executive suites and 130 standard suites with unspoilt ocean views. The Town Square, the hub of activity in the centre of The Hilltown, will feature a variety of cafes by the picturesque beachfront. The Serai Zhudong, Hsinchu, Taiwan – 2016 The 200-room hotel and suites in The Serai Zhudong will form the entry-level rooms to the 500,000-square metre Eutopia development in Hsinchu County. Located nearest to the central plaza where the commercial and cultural attractions will be housed, its proximity allows guests the convenience of being in the heart of the activities amidst a forested retreat. The Chedi Zhudong, Hsinchu, Taiwan – 2017 The Chedi Zhudong will feature 92 exclusive suites, each with a view of the nearby Wuzhi Mountain. An interactive dining concept will be incorporated into the hotel’s food and beverage offering while amenities such as spa and health club facilities, and a 50-metre infinity pool add a touch of luxury to this development.
  3. 3.   The Chedi Club Zhudong, Hsinchu, Taiwan – 2018 Perched at the summit of the Eutopia development is the exquisite Chedi Club Zhudong. Guests staying at any of the 25 spacious villas will be accorded a unique view of the Wuzhi Mountain while enjoying the region’s crisp mountain air. From its vantage point, the unique sense of privacy is complemented by an unparallelled level of service from your personal butler. For more information, please visit www.GHMhotels.com or contact: GHM Public Relations General Hotel Management Ltd 1 Orchard Spring Lane #04-02 Tourism Court Singapore 247729 T (65) 6223 3755 F (65) 6221 1535 pr@ghmhotels.com

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