Despite the worldwide hotel industry crisis due to the Covid-19, Avani Hotels & Resorts completed major renovations at its existing properties, including the upgrade of Avani Kalutara Resort in Sri Lanka and the renovation and rebranding of Avani Seminyak Bali Resort, Indonesia.
The Avani Hotels & Resorts Group expressed its determination to continue its development, with an introduction in four new markets, as well as the opening of more than ten new hotels in the coming years.
We are pleased that our partners are reaffirming their commitment to long-term growth with Avani, as demonstrated in their decision to continue with the delivery of at least seven new properties by the end of 2021. With yet more projects expected to be completed in the following two years and additional pipeline announcements coming soon, Avani continues to be the fastest-growing brand in the company.
Said Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor Hotels, the parent company of Avani Hotels & Resorts.
The new properties in the Group's pipeline include hotels and resorts in the Middle East, Asia, the Indian Ocean and Africa.
- Avani Koh Lanta Resort, Thailand with 87 rooms, (opening in Q4, 2020)
- Avani Palm View Dubai Residences & Suites of 264 apartments, United Arab Emirates, (opening in Q4, 2020)
- Avani Doc Let Resort, Vietnam with 273 rooms, (opening in Q4, 2021)
- Avani Muscat Hotel, Oman, with a capacity of 161 rooms in addition to 45 studios and apartments (opening Q1, 2021,)
- Avani Nairobi Residences Kenya of 120 rooms and suites (opening 2021)
- Avani + Fares Maldives Resort, Maldives, with 200 rooms and villas (opening end 2021)
- Avani + Khao Lak Resort, Thailand, 200 rooms (opening end 2021)
- Avani Saigon Hotel, Vietnam with 217 rooms (opening 2022)
- Avani Cam Ranh Resort, Vietnam with 595 rooms (opening 2022)
- Hotel Avani Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia with 378 rooms (opening 2022)
- Avani Yangon Hotel, Myanmar with 250 rooms (opening 2024)