Avani Chaweng Samui Hotel & Beach Club, Thailand opening in early August 2022
Avani Chaweng offers bold and fresh design that takes its cues from the halcyon days of the 1950s.
Avani Chaweng Samui Hotel & Beach Club, opening in early August 2022, is set to reignite the fun loving vibes in the island hot spot of Chaweng, Koh Samui, offering sun-drenched beaches and high-octane ambiance.
Introducing Koh Samui’s first mid-century inspired hotel, the new build Avani Chaweng offers bold and fresh design that takes its cues from the halcyon days of the 1950s, referencing iconic American destinations such as Palm Beach and Miami.
Staying true to the 1950’s retro-chic design inspiration, the architecture prioritises social hang outs with a central large and inviting swimming pool and just three stories comprising 80 glamorous rooms and suites.
SOHO Hospitality – a renowned Thailand-based studio known for their standout restaurant concepts – designed the space using contemporary touchpoints to create spaces that are ideal for relaxing and socialising in style. The 1950’s vibe is evoked via high contrast geometric patterns and curves, and abundant use of metallic and opulent fabrics.
The stylish accommodations amp up the ambience, with the 61 square meter Groovy Sea View Suite and 90 square meter Double Groovy Sea View Suite providing ample space to unwind with retro touches such as a vinyl record player and cocktail making stations.
For more information visit https://www.avanihotels.com/en/chaweng-samui
About Avani Hotels & Resorts
Launched in 2011, Avani Hotels is part of the global hospitality group Minor Hotels (BKK: MINT) and was designed for the millennial-minded traveller whose priorities are style, value, and comfort. Avani is an upbeat and contemporary hotel concept that delivers the perfect balance, with a focus on good sleep, designed social spaces, locally inspired sustenance, and friendly service.
Avani welcomes guests to over 30 properties in Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, Seychelles, Mozambique, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Zambia, the United Arab Emirates and Portugal, with a rapidly growing pipeline across Asia, the Indian Ocean, and the Middle East.