MINOR Hotel Group (MHG) has rebranded the Life Wellness Resort Quy Nhon to an Avani, its third resort under the brand.
The resort was acquired by MHG alongside Life Heritage Resort Hoi An earlier this year, which became an Anantara (TTG Asia e-Daily, February 14, 2013).
Situated 50 minutes from Quy Nhon Airport, Avani Quy Nhon Resort & Spa is also accessible via daily flights from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, and by daily trains out of Ho Chi Minh City and Danang.
The resort offers a total of 63 guestrooms and suites, with rooms varying between 42m2 and 48m2, while suites are 51m2. Rooms and suites can fit two adults and two children, or three adults with an extra bed, and come with the option of having adjoining rooms and suites.
A private island allows guests to enjoy a day out fishing, swimming, snorkelling or sunbathing, while Vietnamese cooking classes, cocktail making sessions and an orchard tour are available. Vietnamese language lessons are free.
Three F&B outlets within resort premises include all-day cliffside dining outlet Dine, poolside retreat offering beverages and light lunch options Sip, and common area Lounge which opens till late.
Other facilities include a spa, a beachfront pavilion for wellness activities, and bicycle rentals.
Dillip Rajakarier, CEO, MHG, said: “We are very pleased to add this third resort to the Avani portfolio. Since the brand’s launch, the first two Avani resorts in Sri Lanka have become very well established in the market there and we are looking forward to growing the brand across MHG’s regions of operation.”
Additional properties will soon join the portfolio in Thailand, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.
MHG recently unveiled plans for building its footprint within Asia, Africa and the Middle East (TTG Asia e-Daily, September 6, 2013).