Hilton has introduced the signing of an settlement with Société Nouvelle des Cocotiers (SNC) to launch its upscale DoubleTree by Hilton model in Cameroon.
The resort is predicted to open in 2023 following a multimillion-dollar renovation of the Douala Rabingha Lodge and can be part of Hilton Yaounde, which just lately celebrated its thirtieth anniversary of operation inside the nation.
Andrew McLachlan, managing director growth, sub-Saharan Africa, Hilton, mentioned: “Hilton has a powerful custom of hospitality in Cameroon, welcoming visitors for over 30 years.
“I’m delighted that we’re increasing our portfolio and launching a second model out there.
“DoubleTree by Hilton Douala offers us a presence inside the nation’s key industrial hub in a longtime location well-known to worldwide guests to the town.”
Situated inside the Bonanjo district, the first industrial district of Douala, the 141-guestroom resort can be positioned subsequent to the French Consulate close to to a large number of company and authorities places of work.
It’s roughly six kilometres from Douala Worldwide Airport.
The property will characteristic 5 eating shops, together with a specialty restaurant, all-day eating restaurant, spectacular rooftop bar in addition to foyer bar and café.
Assembly house will consist of 4 particular person assembly rooms and a ballroom, while the resort will even characteristic spa and health services in addition to a youngsters’s playground.
DoubleTree by Hilton has over 18 properties buying and selling or underneath growth throughout the African continent – including to a worldwide portfolio of greater than 600 inns throughout 48 international locations – together with locations similar to Addis Ababa, Cape City and Nairobi.