The agreement was signed by Ms. Rachel Harding, Club Med’s CEO of East and South Asia & Pacific Markets, and Mr. Anthony Prabowo Susilo, President Director & CEO of PT Indonesian Paradise Property Tbk. One of Paradise Indonesia’s business units, Residence OnFive, Grand Hyatt Jakarta, hosted the signing event.
A mutually exclusive agreement between Paradise Indonesia and Club Med is being established, under the MoU, for the development of a portfolio of new, upscale all-inclusive resorts in Indonesia. The shared goal of Club Med and Paradise Indonesia is to develop appealing lifestyle vacations that cater to the changing needs of today’s gastronomically sophisticated guests in some of the most stunning and prestigious locations on earth. The two renowned hospitality gurus hope to pioneer remarkable experiences in far-flung regions of Indonesia through this strategic alliance. The first phase of the project, which will be implemented in various phases and has a development goal of more than five new resorts, will see the construction of three resorts in the next five years in North Sulawesi, Bali, and West Java.
Club Med is the original premium all-inclusive concept with operations in 40 countries and nearly 70 Premium and Exclusive Collection resorts. With 73 years of experience, Club Med offers an extraordinary vacation experience in exceptional locations, including those in the Exclusive Collection, which features the most prestigious Club Med spaces, resorts, luxury villas, and chalets for an elevated experience, as well as the storied French sailing yacht, Club Med.
Club Med has been a part of Indonesia’s amazing tourism growth for almost 40 years. Currently, Club Med has two resorts in Indonesia: Club Med Bali, which has been open since 1984 and was the project’s initial resort operator and important tenant under the leadership of ITDC (formerly BTDC), and Club Med Bintan, which opened in 1997.
Club Med will open 17 new resorts as part of its upcoming worldwide business expansion between 2023 and 2025, in addition to 10 property extensions or restorations. Club Med continues to be dedicated to researching and discovering extraordinary locations with a responsible vision, guided by the same pioneering spirit. ‘Happy To Care’ is a major strategic tenet of Club Med’s brand values. This includes environmental stewardship, which involves respecting and committing to preserve the pristine natural settings Club Med resorts are located in, having a positive and long-lasting impact on the neighborhood by fostering opportunities for social and economic development, and giving visitors memorable and sustainable vacations.
Club Med has experienced strong business growth that has outpaced 2019 levels thanks to its distinctive approach to lifestyle hospitality. This growth shows that travelers are more interested in and drawn to the upscale, social, all-inclusive experience that Club Med resorts provide both domestically and internationally.
With 30 years of experience, Paradise Indonesia has built renowned lifestyle destinations in Indonesia’s biggest cities. The organization, which has 25 business units spread throughout 8 locations, is a representation of innovation, excellence, and professionalism. From building independent hotels to upscale shopping centers, and most recently, high-rise apartment buildings. The story of Paradise Indonesia shows its pioneering spirit and dedication to long-term wealth development. The company’s astounding 100% completion rate for all ventures is evidence of this achievement. With the achievement of this most recent milestone, Paradise Indonesia is now looking forward to continuing its exciting growth trajectory in the years to come.
This relationship demonstrates the dedication of both parties to advancing the national Travel and Tourism Index ranking and supporting the objectives of the Indonesian government in the field of tourism. Each location where the development occurs will have a positive effect on the neighborhood and environment, including the creation of direct and indirect job positions, the development of local talent in the hospitality industry with opportunities for overseas job postings, the exchange of culinary industry knowledge, the opening of distribution channels supplying raw materials, and many other things. The social assistance system, the travel and tourism sector, and the sectors creative economy will all benefit from this.