Avani Hotels & Resorts is on track to launch more than 10 hotels over the next few years.
The hospitality giant has been keeping itself busy despite the global economic slowdown brought forth by COVID-19, and has successfully completed a number of full-scale renovation projects at its existing properties, including the construction of a second wing at FCC Angkor by Avani in Cambodia; the full renovation of Avani Kalutara Resort in Sri Lanka; and the renovation and rebranding of Avani Seminyak Bali Resort, Indonesia.
Eager to get back on track, Avani Hotels & Resorts is also preparing to announce further new hotel signings soon. Confirmed pipeline properties include hotels and resorts in the Middle East, as well as in Asia, the Africa and the Indian Ocean.
The first of the regional properties is Avani Palm View Dubai Residences & Suites, UAE, opening in Q4, 2020, which is currently in the final stages of development. The hotel will stand in a prestigious location overlooking the iconic Palm Jumeirah and will comprise 264 Avani Palm View Residences & Suites, ranging from studios to multi-bedroom residences.
The second Middle Eastern property in Avani’s pipeline is Avani Muscat Hotel, Oman, which is slated to launch in Q1, 2021. This property will represent the brand’s Omani debut. It will be located in Seeb, the heart of Muscat’s westward growth, and will offer 161 keys, in addition to 45 studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom serviced apartments.
The other properties in Avani’s pipeline include: Avani+ Koh Lanta Resort, Thailand (opening Q4, 2020); Avani Doc Let Resort, Vietnam (opening Q1, 2021); Avani Nairobi Residences, Kenya (opening 2021); Avani+ Fares Maldives Resort, Maldives (opening late 2021); Avani+ Khao Lak Resort, Thailand (opening late 2021); Avani Saigon Hotel, Vietnam (opening 2022); Avani Cam Ranh Resort, Vietnam (opening 2022); Avani Kota Kinabalu Hotel, Malaysia (opening 2022); and Avani Yangon Hotel, Myanmar (opening 2024).