With 52 Projects, Morocco is leading in Africa's hotel construction
Continental Africa is something of a dichotomy within the hospitality industry. While there are certainly many opportunities in the region, it also comes with its fair share of challenges. In an article last week by TOPHOTELNEWS, this conflict was touched on by highlighting how the numerous investment opportunities in the region were hampered by its lack of facilities, including how the scarcity of suppliers is a limiting factor to growth. However, various factors are opening up the African market and renewing faith for investment in the sector, including a growing middle class, sustained tourism to the continent and a high commodities market. According to new reports, the hospitality sector is set to grow by approximately 4% each year for the next three years, meaning good news for the development of the industry.
Marina Resort Chbika in Morocco
Chbika, originally known as Chbika Sahara Atlantique, has been master-planned to include eight or more hotels (2,500 total rooms), 1,851 apartments and villas, a town center, a marina with berths for 100 boats, a sports center, a spa, a medical center, and what's been described as a tournament-worthy golf course. Without question, the resort will be the biggest thing to ever hit the village of Chbika, which is located along the Atlantic coast in a remote part of southwestern Morocco, near the town of Tan-Tan.
Marassi Mediterranean Marine and Golf Resort in Egypt
Marassi is a Mediterranean-styled development close to Alexandria, a few miles away from the historic city of El Alamein, along the shores of Sidi Abdul Rahman Bay. An architectural ode to the rich and diverse Mediterranean way of living, Marassi is destined to be the haven of untold bliss and comforts sprawling 1,544 acres of pristine waterfront.
Eko Atlantic Hotels in Nigeria
Eko Atlantic is a dynamic new city that will rise from the Atlantic Ocean, adjacent to Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria the biggest and fastest growing city in West Africa. It will be built on land that is being reclaimed from the sea, and is now for sale.Eko Atlantic will become home to at least 250,000 residents, with commuter volume expected to exceed 150,000 people daily.
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