Sofitel planning more hotels in MEA
- Middle East: Wednesday, January 16 - 2013 at 07:25
Luxury hotel chain Sofitel has announced plans to expand its regional footprint in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) within the next two years, Gulf News has reported. The company is planning to open two hotels later this year in Dubai, with six more to be opened in the MEA region by 2015, Sami Nasser, senior vice president of Sofitel Middle East, Africa and the Indian Ocean, told the daily. Elsewhere in the region, two hotels in Riyadh and Makkah, Saudi Arabia, will be operational in 2015; one in Morroco is due to open in 2014; and one in Abidjan is slated for opening this year, Nasser said, adding Sofitel is also planning to open properties in key cities within Qatar and Kuwait in the next few years.
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