Avani Fares Maldives Resort, a US$70 million joint venture partnership between Thailand-based Minor Hotel Group and Cyprea Group, is scheduled to open on the private 12.4ha Fares Island in the Baa Atoll in 4Q2019.
The resort will comprise 200 guestrooms – including standard rooms and a selection of villas – with complimentary Wi-Fi, media hub docking station and 40-inch flat-screen TV.
Fares Island, the build site of the upcoming Avani property
Looking out to the ocean, the resort’s open plan lobby follows a communal living space concept blending reception, lounge, meeting spaces, all-day dining restaurant and The Pantry, which serves comfort food and deli snacks around the clock. The resort will also feature a speciality restaurant, spa, kids’ club as well as a swimming pool and pool bar.
Avani Fares Maldives Resort is 45 minutes by sea plane from Malé and 30 minutes by speedboat from the newly opened domestic airport on Baa Atoll.
Avani Hotels & Resorts was launched in 2011 as a sister brand to Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas, which currently has three resorts in the Maldives including Anantara Kihavah, also located in the Baa Atoll.