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Club Med moves on Lombok project

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Preliminary plans are for Club Med to develop its 350-room Lombok project on a 15-hectare site with 650 metres of beachfront.

Club Med is pushing ahead with plans to open Club Med Lombok, its third resort in Indonesia, as part of the island’s Mandalika Lombok Development. 

Preliminary plans are for Club Med to develop its 350-room Lombok project on a 15-hectare site with 650 metres of beachfront.

Club Med Lombok will be a cooperative business venture with the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC).

“We are very happy to have the support and opportunity to work with ITDC once again to develop Indonesia’s prime locations as we did 30 years ago with the first resort, Club Med Bali,” said  Henri Giscard d’Estaing, president and chairman of Club Med.

The opening of Club Med Lombok is slated for 2019.

The Mandalika Lombok Development is 30 minutes from Lombok’s international airport.

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