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Louvre Hotels Group strengthens its position in Africa with the opening of the new Golden Tulip Nairobi City

🕔 April 21, 2016
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Louvre Hotels Group has recently announced the opening of its 4-star Golden Tulip Westlands Nairobi hotel in Kenya, which counts with 94 rooms and offers a multitude of high-end services including several fine dining restaurants, spas and swimming pools as well as conference rooms for business travelers.

Golden Tulip Westlands Nairobi is designed for business and leisure guests. This 4-star hotel in Nairobi is conveniently positioned in the Westlands neighbourhood, an affluent modern area known for its shopping centers, office buildings, and other international companies.

Golden Tulip Westlands Nairobi offers 4 types of rooms to meet every traveller’s budget and comfort. The 4-star hotel rooms and suites include silver, gold, platinum and business suites. 

Golden Tulip Westlands Nairobi also offers various leisure facilities like gym, sport bar, rooftop swimming pool, multi-cuisine restaurant and a high-end Italian restaurant. The hotel is ideal for hosting meetings, conferences, weddings and other social events. It can host customized events and meetings for 20 pax to 600 pax.

Over the past year, the group penetrated the Ethiopian market with a Golden Tulip, one of its brands, in Addis Ababa and inaugurated yet another in Kigali in Rwanda. Many other projects are currently under development or construction in the region. In fact, some fifteen hotels are planned for 2016, enabling the group to double their presence.

The number of tourists welcomed across the African continent has more than doubled over the past fifteen years, increasing from 26 million to 56 million in 2014, according to the Tourist Investment and Business Forum for Africa.

Alain Sebah, President Golden Tulip for French-Speaking Africa and East Africa, estated:

“The tourism sector, especially business tourism, is experiencing strong growth in this region. Our goal is to be there for our clients, namely key accounts, wherever their business takes them in Africa, with quality hotels offering facilities and services to support growth and upgrade quality of leisure and business tourism.”

Mr. Jagat Shah, CEO of Mitsumi Group, the hotel’s owner, said:

“We are exhilarated to start our first hotel in Kenya with Golden Tulip Nairobi city has seen a lot of growth and development in the recent years and with the growing tourism it is right time for world’s renowned hotel chain to set footing in Kenya. We look forward to welcoming our guest with excellent service, authentic hospitality blended with the Kenyan flair.”

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