The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah Ubud unveiled three new pool spa villas last week, headlining a series of developments across GHM’s portfolio of spas.
The new pool villas will offer a more exclusive and intimate experience at the 20-room boutique property, once the private estate of one of Indonesia’s foremost designers, now one of the top-performing hotels on consumer review websites such as TripAdvisor.
Each villa now features a 3.5-metre wide by 7-metre long pool in a private courtyard with walls of Balinese stone.
“People who come to Ubud crave the opportunity to make the most of as much quiet, contemplative time as they can,” said Simon Spiller, the hotel’s general manager. “With pools in their courtyards, and treatment facilities nestled between their indoor living space and outdoor bathing area, we’re cultivating even more exquisite levels of privacy.”
Private spa treatments are de rigueur with every pool spa villa booking at the hideaway estate.
Elsewhere across the GHM portfolio, the spa experience is central to a series of ‘Rejuvenate In Style’ packages that offer accommodation, dinner, spa treatments and other benefits exclusive to each hotel’s particular destination.
All of this comes six months after GHM opened The Chedi Andermatt, a Swiss Jean-Michel Gathy-designed spa facility that spans 2,400 square meters and includes 10 deluxe treatment suites, Finnish saunas, sol steam baths and two swimming pools including a temperature-controlled outdoor lap pool.