Rotana Hotels to manage five-star hotel in Mauritania
- Middle East: Monday, October 08 - 2012 at 06:34
Rotana Hotels has signed a contract with Mauritanian firm Al Majmoua Almouritania pour l'Investissement (MMI) to manage its five-star hotel in capital Nouakchott. To be located within the Ribat Al Bahar project, the hotel will open under Rotana's 'Rayhaan Hotels & Resorts by Rotana' brand, said Rotana's corporate vice president for development, Makram El Zyr. The hotel will be developed on the southern sea-front of the mixed-use Ribat al Bahar project and will include more than 230 rooms, specialized restaurants, meeting rooms, swimming pools, and a gym, in addition to all the services expected of a world-class 5-star hotel, said Rotana.
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