Bamako Mali Intercontinental Hotel
The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has signed a new Master Development Agreement (MDA) with Aleph Hospitality. The agreement includes the construction of the Sheraton Bamako, Mali's first intercontinental hotel, which covers the middle and upper classes. Marriott International has announced the signing of a framework agreement to develop its first hotel in Mali, which will open in the capital of Mali at the end of this year.
Bamako is a colourful and vibrant metropolis, boasting several museums that showcase Mali's rich history and culture. The MDA will ultimately lead to IHG expanding its presence in Mali, a country that also needs our help, and this has been a key objective for Mali.
The 200 spacious, well-appointed rooms are equipped with the latest amenities and amenities in the lush green hills with mango plantations and offer a variety of amenities including a gym, fitness centre and fitness centre. Leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, where you can relax and recharge after a day at the pool. The Oasis Pool Bar offers freshly squeezed juices and snacks to satisfy your pool cravings. Fresh juices, drinks and light snacks are served at the buzzing sports bar, while you can relax and recharge by the pool and Oases bar or in one of the many outdoor lounges.
With a thoughtful service that goes beyond that, the hotel offers choice and flexibility, making it one of the best hotels in the region with a wide range of options. The warm and welcoming atmosphere, which combines traditional and modern furnishings with modern amenities, creates a comfortable and comfortable environment for a relaxing and restful stay.
With the opening of its first hotel in Bamako, Mali, IHG is further expanding its presence in the rapidly developing hospitality market in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
The addition of the new hotel, which is part of an agreement, will reinforce these efforts, strengthen IHG's portfolio across six brands. Announcing the announcement, John Cordon, Sheraton's Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are pleased to build on our proud heritage in Africa, dating back to 1971. We are proud to have signed the agreement with Aleph Hospitality, which will further strengthen our already strong presence in Mali, the Middle East and North Africa. I am delighted to open our first hotel in Bamako, Mali, the first of its kind in the region, "he said. We were excited about the opportunity to build on the success of our successful partnership with our parent company and brand partner, O'Hare International Hotel Group (OHIG), "said O.Cordon.
The Sheraton Bamako Hotel marks our entry into a new country and is a great example of the transformation efforts of our brand.
The project has had a positive impact on the development of hotels in Bamako and the rest of Mali in general.
This milestone consolidates Marriott International's portfolio in West Africa and promises to revolutionize the hospitality landscape in the country, coupled with Sheraton's distinctive product offering that goes beyond what its guests can expect. The brand will maintain OOver's first-mover advantage and give global travelers access to more destinations on the continent. Another company already established in Mali is Embalmali Transport, Packaging and Tolmali Metals, which holds a majority stake, while Energie du Mali (Energy) holds a minority stake. In the following decades, the company expanded in Central and West Africa and is currently active in Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Burkina Faso and Niger.
With a portfolio of nine hotels in five countries in the region, which is to be expanded to 35 hotels in the MEA region by 2025, Aleph Hospitality is a pioneering hotel management company offering alternative - result-oriented - services. Based in Dubai, the company manages hotels directly for owners and works with the world's largest hotel companies to deliver better returns for hotel owners. Its approach is based on a holistic approach, aimed at increasing economic efficiency and productivity and promoting social development. It operates a network of affiliated organizations that includes more than 100 project companies, employing over 18,000 people and managing over 1.5 million square feet of hotel space.
In order to respect the environment, all activities must have a standard of cleanliness that is in line with the guidelines of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). These directives include improved cleaning and frequency of use of clean air and water, as well as the use of natural lighting and ventilation.
The Radisson Collection is one of the most prestigious hotels in the world, as reflected in the Hotel Bamako. The hotel has 200 elegant and spacious rooms, including 32 suites, each with three barrier-free rooms, while the lush green hills with mango trees provide a beautiful backdrop for the hotel and its surroundings, as well as a variety of activities and activities for guests. Located in Bamoko's most sought-after areas, such as the city centre and the central business district, it is ideal for business and leisure travellers and offers access to a wide range of restaurants, bars, shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. Surrounded by a vibrant and vibrant cityscape with a mix of old and new buildings, this hotel is the perfect business or leisure hotel for tourists and locals alike.