What's New by Minor Hotels

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Inclover Magazine
International hospitality company Minor Hotels introduced some new updates, ending 2018 on a high note. From the Anantara brand, it redefines luxury travel to a new destination with the opening of Anantara Quy Nhon Villas in Vietnam. Untouched charm, private pools, in-room butler services and unique spa offerings plus a range of indigenous guest experiences that showcase this undiscovered part of Vietnam. Anantara Tozeur, located where Star Wars was filmed, will also open early next year. 
Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort now offers two new duplex penthouses which blends innovation and indulgence. The on-site Anantara Spa just launched new treatments including Cupping and Medical QiGong. In Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort, explore the many types of sambal guided by the guru and consult which sambal suits you the best. Meanwhile Anantara Kihavah Villas doesn't just boast a magnificent ocean view, it also has a powerful telescope that allows you to see the rings of Saturn. 
Take a ride through a different kind of seclusion with Mekong Kingdoms luxury onboard journey, running between Luang Prabang and Chiang Rai while stopping along the way to visit villages and enjoy the scenery. Want to go on an island holiday without worrying about your little ones? Niyama Private Islands Maldives features two different sections: play for kids and chill for the parents. 
New member Avani Hotels & Resorts were introduced by the launching of Avani+ Luang Prabang, followed by Avani+ Riverside Bangkok. The latter settles by Chao Praya and offers a co-working space which quickly gains popularity. Opening this month is Avani+ Samui, Thailand. It will be followed by Sukhumvit - Bangkok, Busan and Tunisia. 
For more information, visit minorhotels.com