AVANI Announces Second Malaysian Property to be in Kota Kinabalu

Posted in Future, News, Projects on 26 July, 2018

AVANI Hotels & Resorts continues to expand the brand’s presence in Asia with an agreement with KTI Property Sdn. Bhd. to manage an AVANI hotel in the heart of Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah, Malaysia.

Scheduled to launch in the fourth quarter of 2021, the newly constructed AVANI Kota Kinabalu Hotel will be just a short 20-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport with international flights from Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and China. As part of a mixed use development with retail spaces, offices and condominiums, guests will have access to a wide range of dining and entertainment options mere steps away from the hotel.

AVANI Kota Kinabalu will open its doors with 378 new keys, ready to welcome business and leisure travellers with trademark AVANI sleep satisfaction, contemporary living spaces and creative meals using locally sourced ingredients. The hotel will also be crowned with a stylish rooftop pool and bar where guests can enjoy a picturesque evening against the backdrop of Sabah’s luscious and vibrant landscape. With 855 square metres of meeting space and an all-day dining restaurant, AVANI Kota Kinabalu is the perfect destination for conferences and social functions.

Alejandro Bernabé, Vice President of Operations for AVANI Hotels & Resorts said, “We are excited to expand our Malaysia portfolio with this second property, and especially to have it in Kota Kinabalu. [It] is a well-known business and leisure destination, and AVANI Kota Kinabalu Hotel will put guests in the centre of everything.”

AVANI currently operates 23 hotels and resorts in 15 countries, including one in Malaysia. The brand recently debuted in Australia, New Zealand, and Laos. AVANI currently has 13 new hotels in the pipeline, including the latest signing in Melbourne, Dubai, and a third AVANI property in Bangkok.

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