Minor Hotel Group to open first Anantara resort in Sri Lanka Q4 2015

Thailand-based Minor Hotel Group will open the Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort on the south coast of Sri Lanka in the fourth quarter of 2015.

The luxury resort will have 120 guestrooms and 32 one and two-bedroom villas with private plunge pools and dining areas.

Facilities at the beachfront resort will include six restaurants and bars, including Teppanyaki, which will overlook the beach, and a cliff-side Italian restaurant with wine cellar.

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There will also be an outdoor swimming pool, tennis and badminton courts, a kids' club, a 24-hour fitness center, and the Anantara Spa with eight treatment rooms, a reflexology center and beauty salon.

The Minor Hotel Group currently operates two hotels in Sri Lanka under its Avani brand.

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