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Radisson Hotel Group to Open 50 Hotels in North Africa by 2025

by Audrey Lee

Sep 16, 2021

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Africa

With the signing of nine hotels this year, Radisson Hotel Group is setting records with its North African expansion. The hotel group is on track to have 50 locations open by 2024 throughout Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. Here are the expected highlights from some of the properties.

 

Morocco

With recent growth in corporate and leisure, Morocco is Africa’s No. 1 destination for tourism. Radisson Hotel Group hopes to establish a presence in Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat and Tangier. Plans to diversify with opportunities in beach resorts, city breaks and cultural tours are anticipated to bring in visitors for leisure vacations and business.

 

Egypt

Radisson Hotel Group wishes to expand in Egypt’s capital, Cairo, for hotels and extended-stay, serviced apartments to fill corporate and leisure demands. Growth opportunities along the Red Sea have been identified as ways to boost domestic tourism.

 

Algeria

Radisson Blu Hotel is the only operating location in Algeria with one other currently in development in Algiers. Other plans include additional properties in Algiers, Constantine, and Oran, with a multi-brand approach. The area has a strong potential for successful serviced apartments with the group aiming to add five hotels.

 

Tunisia

Tunisia has a strong presence in beach, adventure and ecotourism. Radisson Hotel Group wishes to foster the active engagement by focusing on resort locations throughout the capital of Tunis. Three properties are already established with four additional properties under development.  Tunis la Gammarth, Sousse and Hammamet will host additional resorts and MICE locations.

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