Asian brand The Chedi plans second European hotel in Montenegro

Luxury hotel brand The Chedi is set to open its second European property in Lustica Bay, on the coast of Montenegro.

When it opens in mid-2018, the Chedi Lustica Bay will be the largest five-star hotel in Boka Bay with 110 rooms. Construction on the project has already begun, and is expected to cost at least €25 million. 

Luštica Development AD company, a subsidiary of Orascom Development Holding, has partnered with General Hotel Management on the project. General Hotel Management is already working with Orascom in Andermatt, Switzerland, where ODH is constructing a year-round village.

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Ultimately, Lustica Bay is expected to have seven hotels in total. 

 

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