The new resort development incorporates the first Trump-branded golf course.
Luxury hotel brand, Trump Hotel Collection, and MNC Group, one of Indonesia’s leading investment groups, has announced a second luxury resort in Indonesia.
The first joint venture of the two companies is a luxury resort and residential development overlooking Bali’s southwest coast.
The latest property is located in Lido, which is in Bogor city in West Java. It is a 45-minute drive to the famous protected forests of Bodogol and Cikaweni waterfalls.
Phase one of the 700-hectare Lido development will include a six-star luxury resort, 18-hole signature Ernie Els championship golf course, elite Lifestyle Country Club, wellness destination spa, as well as high-end residences with villas and condominiums.
Set within the lush tropical forests of the mountains of West Java, approximately 65 kilometres south of Jakarta, the resort will offer residents a luxurious retreat within a short distance yet a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The golf course in Lido will be Trump’s first in Asia, as well as Ernie Els’ first in Indonesia. It features state-of-the-art facilities, 24/7 lifestyle concierge at the Lifestyle Country Club, personal service and attention to detail.
The new Bogor-Sukabumi toll road, developed by MNC Group, will provide direct access to Lido Lakes, reducing the drive time from Jakarta to 60 minutes.
In addition to the Trump luxury components in the development’s first phase, MNC Group will introduce Indonesia’s first world-class theme park in partnership with a global leading design and production firm based in Los Angeles.
Bapak Hary Tanoesoedibjo, group president and CEO of MNC Group, said: “MNC is repositioning and rebranding what is currently known as Lido Lakes to be the pride of Indonesia.”
The Trump Hotel Collection is one of the fastest growing luxury hotel companies in the world with hotels in New York, Chicago, Toronto, Miami, Waikiki, Las Vegas, Ireland and Panama. In 2016 the Trump Hotel brand will open four hotels in Washington D.C., Rio de Janeiro, Vancouver and Baku.
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