Emaar Hospitality enters Sub-Saharan Africa with Address Hotels + Resorts

Address Hotel 2 Février Lomé Togo
Address Hotel 2 Février Lomé Togo

Dubai-based Emaar Hospitality Group has signed a deal with the Kalyan Group to manage its landmark property in Sub-Saharan Africa, Address Hotel 2 Février Lomé Togo.

Formerly known as Hôtel 2 Février, Address Hotel 2 Février Lomé Togo is set in a 30-storey tower that is 102 metres high, offering spectacular views of the city. It is in walking distance of ministerial offices, embassies, banks, corporate offices, and just 4 miles from the Lomé-Tokoin International Airport, which connects Togo to key African cities as well as Europe and beyond.

Address Hotel 2 Février Lomé Togo will be operated by Address Hotels + Resorts, the premium lifestyle hotel and serviced residences brand of Emaar Hospitality Group, which will assume the management of the property soon.

Olivier Harnisch, CEO of Emaar Hospitality Group, commented: “Address Hotel 2 Février Lomé Togo is uniquely positioned to welcome business and leisure guests, led by its central location and its iconic status as the tallest building in Togo.”

“We will also contribute to the local economy”

“Through the management agreement, we will bring the premium luxury experience associated with the Address brand. In addition to boosting the hospitality sector, we will also contribute to the local economy by creating jobs for the Togolese and extend training on hospitality services.”

Located near the Monument de l’Independance (Monument of Independence), Address Hotel 2 Février Lomé Togo will open doors to welcome guests shortly following the rebranding of the property. It will offer 256 rooms and suites, including 64 serviced apartments as well as an array of themed restaurants, meeting venues and other attractions.

Togo marks the sixth international destination for the hotel brand that has upcoming hotel projects in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Bahrain and The Maldives, in addition to several new openings in the UAE.

According to the Emaar Hospitality Group, it plans to operate more hotels in Sub-Saharan Africa, one of its key growth markets.

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