Ani Villas, an exclusive collection of fully serviced luxury vacation estates – anchored by its award-winning property on the Caribbean island of Anguilla – has announced its global expansion into Thailand and Sri Lanka.
The winner of Conde Nast Johansens’ Best Villa Award for Excellence in 2013 and 2014, Ani Villas Anguilla is the first of a collection of spectacular vacation estates in some of the world’s most exotic locations.
In February 2015, Ani Villas will premier two additional tropical island estates – one on Thailand’s serene Koh Yao Noi, the other on the central south coast of Sri Lanka.
Like Ani Villas’ Anguilla estate, the Thailand and Sri Lanka estates will be fully staffed and serviced with private butlers, a personal chef, housekeepers, concierge service and security to cater to the every need of families and groups.
The new estates will include spas on site with on-staff therapists, oversized oceanfront pools, dedicated children’s pools with exciting waterslides, and fully outfitted gyms with personal trainers.
Ani’s Thailand property will feature:
• A stunning 10-bedroom estate designed by Naga Concepts of Phuket and inspired by the temples of northern Thailand.
• A pristine, secluded beachfront location enjoying beautiful views of the region’s unique karst formations.
• A strong sense of place with a range of local activities including cave kayaking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and cooking classes with the estate’s chef.
Ani’s Sri Lanka property will include:
• A sprawling 15-bedroom beachfront compound, created by Reda Amalou and AW2 of Paris, combining contemporary tropical architecture with the finest bespoke finishes and furnishings.
• A stunning location on a white-sand beach.
• Local flair with cultural and action-oriented activities, such as whale watching, surfing, a visit to one of Sri Lanka’s animal reserves, and tea tasting at a nearby plantation.
“The Thailand and Sri Lanka locations were chosen for their idyllic, exotic natural beauty, as well as for the role that the accompanying, non-profit Ani Art Academies could have on the surrounding communities,” said Ira Bloom, CEO of Ani Villas. www.anivillas.com.
Image Credits: Photo courtesy of Ani Villas.