Minor to open Australia’s first Avani hotel on the Sunshine Coast

Small Motels is established to introduce the initial Avani hotel to the Australian market in 2025 with a new-build assets planned for Queensland’s Sunshine Coastline.

Introduced in 2011, and designed to cater to the fashion, benefit and ease and comfort demands of the millennial traveller, Avani is now the fastest-developing upscale hospitality model in Asia nowadays. Its portfolio of homes extends across Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe.

Avani Mooloolaba Seashore Hotel, situated near to the beach front foreshore, will attribute 180 rooms, 4 dining establishments, meeting and meeting amenities, kids’ club, spa, rooftop pool, bar, and wedding ceremony location.

Although Australia is by now dwelling to four Avani residences homes, in Adelaide, the Gold Coast and Melbourne, Avani Proprietor Minor Resorts was keen to introduce a resort giving.

Dillip Rajakarier

“We have been eager to add an Avani hotel into our Australian portfolio for some time and have been scouting for a very first-course spot,” explained Slight Worldwide Team CEO and Slight Inns CEO, Dillip Rajakarier.

“We come to feel self-confident this assets ticks all the bins for travellers looking for the upscale, contemporary knowledge provided by our worldwide Avani Accommodations & Resorts, and we count on it will be exceptionally very well received in the Australian market.”

The Mooloolaba house will be created by Cottee Parker Architects and designed by Kenneth Wagner of KPAT, who also labored with Small Inns on the growth of Oaks Toowoomba Hotel, which opened in 2020.

“We are fired up to look at that staff carry Australia’s initially Avani resort thought to lifestyle in this sort of an fantastic locale,” included Rajakarier.

Building of the new lodge will start up coming yr.

“KPAT values our partnership with Minimal Resorts, and we are wanting ahead to breaking floor in 2023 and commencing this journey jointly to deliver a one of a kind item to the Australian industry in one of Queensland’s most sought-just after destinations,” Wagner stated.