LEVA Hotels & Resorts targeting GCC for aggressive expansion

LEVA Hotels & Resorts

Recently launched hospitality brand, LEVA Hotels & Resorts, has plans in place for robust expansion, primarily in the GCC, as well as in Africa and Asia.

Founder and CEO, LEVA Hotels & Resorts, JS Anand elucidated: “LEVA is a dynamic lifestyle hotel brand uniquely positioned in the upscale and midscale segments offering a fresh perspective on hospitality. It is designed to attract travellers who want to be immersed in vibrant spaces while enjoying comfort and engaging service at affordable price points.”

He continued: “The LEVA brand is gaining momentum with the opening of our flagship hotel in the heart of Dubai – LEVA Hotel, Mazaya Centre – and has since demonstrated a strong potential for expansion. We are scouting for opportunities in high-demand and under penetrated cities in the GCC, as well as other parts of the Middle East such as Jordan and Iraq.”

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LEVA Hotels & Resorts was launched earlier this year in exclusive partnership with Ahmed Bin Khalaf Al Otaiba, who is the chairman of Abu Dhabi-based Trizac Holding Group. He is a prominent business figure in the UAE and a successful leader with a wealth of experience in the oil and gas industry.

Anand stated: “The Al Otaiba family is considered to be one of the most highly respected families in the UAE. We are very excited to collaborate with Ahmed Bin Khalaf Al Otaiba who is committed to support the growth and expansion of LEVA Hotels & Resorts, as the brand continues to develop, innovate and provide customers with the highest level of quality and service in the hospitality space.”

From millennials to boomers, everyone who enjoys creative design, quirky character and attentive service will feel at home at LEVA.

LEVA Hotels & Resorts offers cost effective economic proposition with competitive fee structure and partnerships where the brand works closely with ownerships.

“LEVA provides owners a seamless approach on the services that we offer based on redefining the true elements of hospitality,” Anand concluded.