General Hotel Management Ltd (GHM) will be commemorating its 30th anniversary in 2022 with a series of celebrations through the coming year. GHM’s curated pipeline include seven projects under development. GHM will unveil The Chedi Katara Hotel & Resort in Doha, Qatar; The Chedi El Gouna, Red Sea Egypt in 2022 and at least five more projects in the pipeline.
The Chedi Katara Hotel & Resort will be a waterside sanctuary for rejuvenating experiences in the heart of Qatar. It is inspired by the timeless beauty of Ottoman and Indian Mughal architecture.
The Chedi El Gouna is set to transform an existing beachfront property and offer the most sophisticated resort experiences as it rides on the destination’s backbone as the hotspot for water sports and boating recreation.
Each GHM property is hallmarked as ‘A Style to Remember’. It blends the group’s distinct contemporary Asian-inspired design with indigenous sensibilities from its local environment. Guests are addressed by their names. Bespoke and discreet services reflect an inimitable Asian touch. GHM remains fully committed to providing unrivalled lifestyle experiences for the peripatetic vacationer.
There are three key brands in GHM’s portfolio. The Chedi, The Chedi Club and soon-to-be unveiled lifestyle brand, The Serai. The Chedi offers tranquillity and meditation for guests to seek respite in its acclaimed sanctuaries of calm such as The Chedi Muscat in Oman, The Chedi Andermatt in Switzerland, The Chedi Hotel and Residences Luštica Bay in Montenegro and The Chedi Al Bait, Sharjah in UAE.
At The Chedi Club, expect an elevated experience with exclusive bespoke offerings and dedicated services of uncompromising quality. The Serai is for a borderless global community searching for meaningful connections and experiences that encompass the senses.
“Over the last three decades, GHM has built a legacy of hospitality excellence with a distinctive Asian identity. Through our operating experience in uncommon destinations, we have acquired valuable insights, local knowledge and cultural sensitivities that appeal to discerning luxury travellers. Our landmark hotels and resorts embrace a strong sense of native identity and genuine way of life in every destination to deliver truly transformative travel experiences unlike any other. Based on the success of our Style to Remember over the past 30 years, we look forward to creating more remarkable experiences in desirable destinations for the new era of travel.”Tommy Lai, chief executive officer of GHM