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AVANI Hotels & Resorts has unveiled plans to bring its branded residences to Dubai in 2020. The Minor Hotels flag recently signed its third hotel in the city, which is being developed by ALFAHIM, a UAE-based conglomerate, and will represent the launch of AVANI’s serviced apartments and private residences in the region. Los Angeles-based multidisciplinary firm AECOM will spearhead the design of the tower’s 527 keys.

The property will be comprised of 263 residences and 264 serviced apartments. The residences will be a mix of one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom units, while the serviced apartments will range from studios to three-bedroom accommodations. Both the branded residences and the hotel suites will feature floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces overlooking The Palm or the city.

AVANI Hotel Suites & Branded Residences Dubai | Pool

Additional on-site amenities will include the AVANIFIT gym, the AVANISPA, an all-day dining restaurant, a casual dining outlet and a bar connected to the swimming pool.

“When it opens in 2020, the impressive AVANI Hotel Suites & Branded Residences will be our third property in Dubai, signaling the brand’s steady growth in the region as well as around the world,” says Alejandro Bernabe, vice president AVANI Hotels & Resorts.

Ahmed Abdul Jalil Al Fahim, chairman of ALFAHIM, adds: “Our wealth of experience in property development and premium hospitality combined with AVANI’s signature interiors and deluxe service will give this unique property a distinctive edge. We’re confident this development will be the pinnacle of upscale living spaces that’s meticulously planned to fit the high demands of the market.”

AVANI currently has 23 properties in operation in Thailand, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Seychelles, Mozambique, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Zambia, the UAE and Portugal, with recently opened locales in Australia, New Zealand and Laos.


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