Developed by Singapore’s Sinni Villas, the resort on Nusa Penida will occupy 5.3 hectares of hillside land overlooking Crystal Bay, a diving site known for its clear waters and coral reefs. Construction on the project is expected to begin in the first quarter of next year.
“In this day and age, it’s difficult to find the kind of seclusion The Chedi Nusa Penida will offer,” said Clement Koh, GHM’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “It’s where anyone who dreams of total privacy in a tropical paradise would want to go.”
The master plan for The Chedi Nusa Penida calls for private helicopter and yacht services, while each villa will offer sea views. The villas are also available for purchase.
GHM currently operates eight luxury hotels worldwide, including two on Bali: The Legian in Seminyak and The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah in Ubud.
The Chedi Nusa Penida is one of several Chedis that GHM plans to launch in the next three years, including properties in China, Switzerland, Morocco and the UAE.