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The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah
Jl. Goa Gajah, Ubud Bali 80571
  • Re-branding Villa Tanah Gajah to be The Chedi Club Jul 23, 2004
  • Re-branding Villa Tanah Gajah to be The Chedi Club

    The GHM is proud to announce its newest property, The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah, Ubud, Bali, resting within an exclusive private estate in a breathtaking rural setting. Currently undergoing a metamorphic refurbishment, the resort promises the ultimate in holiday indulgence and will be ready for occupancy in July 2004.

    The accommodation will comprise twenty self-contained units, leisurely spread throughout a substantial five hectares of magical gardens, encompassed by an infinite vista of rice fields unbroken by borders or fences. When complete, there will be three splendid One-Bedroom Spa Villas and nine One-Bedroom Pool Villas, in addition to the stunning Two-Bedroom Estate Villa and seven One-Bedroom Suites. The interiors will cleverly blend contemporary sophisticated elegance with the traditions, romance and ambience of Bali. Each will be thoughtfully decorated and furnished with artistic flair, graceful furniture and local artefacts from the Hadiprana collection.

    Located only three kilometres from the centre of Ubud, the estate, known as Tanah Gajah, takes its name from the nearby Goa Gajah elephant temple and is located on the fertile stretch of land between the Petanu and Pakrisan rivers. It was designed and created in the early 1980s by Mr Hendra Hadiprana, one of Indonesia’s most prominent architects and interior designers, as a secluded hideaway and weekend retreat for his family and friends. After more than two decades of nurturing and love, there is a powerful energy running through the beautiful gardens, which are dotted with mature trees, lotus ponds and an ornamental lake. The Hadiprana family has now decided to hand over the management of the estate to the GHM, who successfully run The Legian and The Club at The Legian, Bali.

    The concept of The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah will be similar to its sister property, The Club at The Legian, with its famous personal Club Service. With such distinctly different styles set in such contrasting locations, the two GHM resorts will be the perfect choice for a unique two-centre holiday. A travelling personal butler will be assigned to look after every need of his or her guests throughout the duration of their stay at both of the resorts and all accommodation, including the One-Bedroom Suites, will be offering this private butler service. Guests looking for an unsurpassed pampering experience can opt to stay in one of the private Spa Villas featuring private massage suite, sauna, cold plunge, semi outdoor rainforest shower and bathtub. Alternatively the Pool Villas each feature a private 10-metre pool with a sundeck, together with a dining balé that melts into the walled tropical garden.

    Serenaded by bird song and the breezes that whisper through its columns, The Bird Lounge is a tranquil pavilion next to an aviary. The nearby Club Lounge and Restaurant appears to almost float on the gently swaying fields of rice against a backdrop of lush coconut palms and the mighty volcano, Gunung Agung. The menu at The Restaurant will be offering a harmonious balance of delectable Balinese and Indonesian cuisine utilising the best and freshest ingredients harvested from the resort’s own bountiful herb and vegetable gardens. Meanwhile, guests at the dedicated Spa will also be able to enjoy the magnificent panoramic view while undergoing a wide range of soothing therapies and body treatments or practising yoga in the meditation studio. Other facilities will include the 35-metre main pool, a state-of-the-art gym, a tennis court and an open air amphitheatre showcasing cultural performances of Hindu dance epics.

    For further information please contact the sales department at
    The Legian, Jl Laksmana, Seminyak Beach 80361, Bali, Indonesia.
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