Bahrain-based real estate investment company Edamah has commenced construction works on two hotels at its mixed-use development site, Bilaj Al Jazayer, Bahrain.

The hotels are the four-star Avani hotel and the five-star Tivoli hotel. Both hotels are expected to open in 2025, as per a press release published via Zawya.

In 2021, Minor Hotels signed a partnership agreement with Edamah to debut the Avani and Tivoli brands in the country.

Edamah has already begun BD4m construction works at the site, which is the preliminary stage of the overarching project.

The company is the real estate division of the Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company.

Edamah chair Khalid Al Rumaihi said: “This announcement reflects our commitment to deliver on projects that have nationwide impact, providing tangible benefits to local communities.”

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The development’s site is a public beach measuring 1.3 million square metres within a mixed-use sustainable city that emphasises a beach-orientated lifestyle.

When complete, it will comprise resorts, residential villas and apartments, food and beverage outlets, offices, shopping and entertainment facilities, and a three-kilometre coastline spanning the country’s west coast.

Edamah CEO Chris Calvert said: “We are pleased to report that the construction of the Bilaj Al Jazayer project is progressing on schedule, with significant portions of the work already underway.

“We look forward to completing this project and presenting it to the people of Bahrain with pride.”