General Hotel Management (GHM) has been selected by NEOM Hotel Development as the second hotel partner to manage The Chedi Trojena, a mountain destination slated to open in 2026.
As the host venue of the 2029 Asian Winter Games, The Chedi Trojena is nestled within the Slope Residences atop the mountain peaks as part of an iconic residential village in one of Trojena’s six distinctive clusters: Gateway, Discover, Valley, Explore, Relax and Fun.
The hotel’s location in the Relax Cluster will offer guests a range of experiences – from culinary, sports, adventure, wellness and more. It will also feature 30km of ski slopes for visitors of all ages and levels.
Tommy Lai, CEO of GHM, said: “The Chedi Trojena, a showcase of the region’s rich cultural and environmental heritage, is a perfect complement to our collection of unrivalled lifestyle experiences in the world’s most alluring destinations.”
Philip Gullett, executive director and region head at Trojena, added: “With GHM’s international acclaim in operating iconic resorts globally, we share the same resolve to elevate the travel experience for discerning guests. The Chedi Trojena will serve as a luxurious sanctuary in the Gulf’s first outdoor ski resort, where world-class sporting events, art exhibitions, concerts, and cultural festivals will be staged.