Oberoi's new resort at BKC to be called Anantvilas after Mukesh Ambani's son
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Owned and operated by Reliance Industries (RIL) and the Maker Group, the real estate corridor in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) is all set to welcome a luxury resort hotel by the Oberoi Group. Sources say- the Oberoi’s first urban resort will be named after Anant Ambani, younger son of RIL Chairman, Mukesh Ambani.
It had been widely reported earlier that the developers were considering assets under brands such as the Bellagio or the MGM Grand. But those plans have been shelved, say analysts who track the sector.
RIL came into the Oberoi Group as an investor in 2010. The Oberoi Anantvilas will be the hospitality chain’s fifth ultra luxury ‘vilas’ resort. The other four are in Jaipur (Rajvilas), Agra (Amarvilas), Ranthambhore (Vanyavilas), and New Chandigarh (Sukhvilas).