Set amongst more than 12 acres of emerald green rice paddies, the Chedi Club radiates tranquility. The Balinese are revered for their uncanny ability to celebrate beauty and grace in the everyday. Renowned hotelier Adrian Zecha was inspired by this philosophy when he conceptualized The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah, outside the village of Ubud. Set amongst more than 12 acres of emerald green rice paddies, the resort radiates tranquility. At the entrance, an arrangement of flower adorned Ganesha sculptures lends a spiritual ambiance, while the property itself features serene lotus ponds, reflecting pools and private villas. The interiors blend harmoniously into the landscapes, and each villa has its own butler to help with everything from unpacking to poolside pampering. Ubud, with its bustling restaurant and art gallery scene, is nearby, though most guests choose to simply stay put.
The Restaurant and Club Lounge offer panoramic views of the rice fields and nearby jungle and a menu of traditional Balinese and Asian cuisine.
The Chedi Club is nestled in an exclusive estate surrounded by lush greenery and verdant rice fields, only 3 kilometers from the center of Ubud.
At the spa, get lost in the calming views and the massages, facials and body wraps administered by expert technicians.