Nairobi Kenya Marriott Hotel
Marriott International has signed a multi-million dollar deal with the Kenyan government to include its first hotel in the capital Nairobi as part of its expansion into the region. Marriott International signs a contract to develop Kenya's first Marriott hotel, which includes the construction of two hotels, a restaurant and entertainment complex, and a hotel and hotel management company in partnership with the Kenyan Tourism Authority (NTA) and the Ministry of Tourism.
The Protea Hotel Marriott Nairobi will be located in the heart of the Kenyan capital and is expected to open in 2021. Protesa Hospitality, a hotel and hotel operator, in partnership with NTA, Marriott International and the Kenyan Ministry of Tourism, will build its first hotel in Kenya at the intersection of Mombasa Road and Mumba Road in N.K., and will also build a restaurant and entertainment complex on the site of a former railway station in Kibera, the city's second largest city and tourist hub.
Marriott International will be introducing the AC Marriott brand in N.K. with its first hotel in Kenya, the Protea Hotel Marriott Nairobi, located just minutes from the bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in the heart of the city's tourist hub. Marriott International also presents the AC Marriott brand on the first floor of a new hotel on Mombasa Road and Mumba Road in Kibera, Kenya's second largest city and tourist hub, which houses a hotel, restaurant and entertainment complex on the site of an old railway station and a restaurant - entertainment facilities located just minutes from the Victoria & Alfred Water border.
Marriott International currently operates two hotels in Nairobi, including the Protea Hotel Marriott Kenya, which is due to open later this year, and a conversion, the first of its kind in Kenya, under the AC Marriott brand. The second hotel of Marriott International Kenya in Kibera, the Mombasa Marriott Hotel, was signed earlier this year with its parent company Marriott Hotels & Resorts International. The first hotel under the new Marriott N.K. brand, a hotel on the site of an old Mumba Road train station, is scheduled to open in October 2017.
The company has also signed a lease for the Sheraton Nampula in Mozambique, which will be the country's first hotel. The company also signed a licensing agreement with its parent company, Marriott Hotels & Resorts International, in which it plans to open a new Marriott N.K. Marriott hotel in Kenya.
Marriott made the announcement at the Africa Hotel Investment Forum, where it also announced plans to establish a facility under the Protea Hotel brand. The Company has also signed a license agreement with its parent company, Marriott Hotels & Resorts International, for a new Marriott N.K. Marriott Hotel in Kenya. Earlier this year, the company signed its first hotel lease in South Africa - the Sheraton Nampula in Mozambique, which is due to open later this year. The company has also signed a contract for the first Marriott hotel in Ethiopia and the second in Tanzania, as well as a lease for additional hotel and hotel development in Rwanda.
In addition to protecting local wildlife, the hotel has partnered with WWF - Kenya to raise funds for the African Elephant Program Herd One, part of its commitment to wildlife conservation.
The program offers members unprecedented benefits, including access to exclusive events, special discounts and the ability to earn points. The offer is available to guests of participating hotels in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Tanzania and can be booked online or in person at one of the hotels, restaurants and bars.
It is available to guests of participating hotel brands in Africa, including hotels in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Tanzania. The company expects to introduce a well-known select hotel and restaurant service brand, exclusive events and special discounts, to hotels already under development, and expects to introduce them in other countries, such as South Africa and the United States, in the coming years.
Recent refurbishments of the company's brands include Cairo's iconic Mena House, which joined the resort earlier this year and includes its first hotel in the United States. The group also plans to launch three new brands in Kenya, with a new hotel and restaurant services brand, as well as an exclusive event and discount brand. Recent refurbishments of the Marriott brand include the legendary Marriott International Hotel in New York City, the historic Marriott Hotel at the World Trade Center in Washington, D.C., and the Hotel de Paris in Paris, France. Recently, the companies "brands have been rebuilt, including the iconic Marriott Marriott Hotel, a hotel with its own restaurant and event services brand in Chicago, Illinois, and a resort in Egypt, where the Iconic MenA House Cairo joined earlier this year. Previously, it was part of Marriott's hotel portfolio in South Africa and Tanzania.