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Hotel moguls plan a joint multibillion-dollar project

By December 25, 2014 No Comments

Written by: Page Six Team


 

Hotel moguls Omar Amanat, part-owner of Aman Hotels; Dream Hotel and Plaza part-owner Vikram Chatwal; and rumored Setai South Beach owner Baran Suzer were spotted meeting in Turks and Caicos to plan a multibillion-dollar new hotel project.

 

Sources tell Page Six that the three hoteliers met at the swanky Amanyara Hotel on the island of Providenciales just before the holidays.

We’re told they walked a 5-acre waterfront parcel of land next to the Amanyara, owned by Amanat, on which the plan is to build two new luxury hotels under the Setai and Dream Hotel brands.

A source told us, “The hope is to start construction in early 2015 and be complete and ready to open within a year.”

Amanyara, with its pavilions and private villas, is a favorite of the wealthy and is expected to be busy over the holidays and into the New Year.

The Post reported earlier this month that the Suzer Group, a Turkish-based conglomerate, is one of the final bidders on the swank Setai South Beach.