By Wayne Troughton, CEO, Hospitality & Real Estate Consulting at HTI Consulting
According to the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database, 29,520 rooms will go live across North Africa in the coming years, with Egypt leading the charge.
South Africa’s hospitality and catering sector, represented by FEDHASA, welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that international borders will reopen.
Following seven long months of lockdown, Sun International’s five-star Table Bay Hotel will once again throw open its doors to guests as of today, 30 October, making it the final hotel in the group to reopen.
Singapore-based, VResorts, a VR-commerce and VR content innovator that caters to global resorts and hotels with its innovative virtual reality solutions., has launched a virtual reality booking platform, which enables travellers to choose their destinations and purchase their vacations from within the virtual reality space.
Francophone Africa’s burgeoning hospitality market continues to be a promising opportunity for global hospitality brands and investors, says Kfir Rusin, managing director of Africa Property Investment (API) Events.
Qatar Airways is pleased to announce it has signed an interline agreement with Airlink, further expanding its presence in Southern Africa as the largest carrier to operate from the region.
Hotels in Africa remain resilient despite unprecedented challenges. Wayne Troughton of HTI Consulting shared some positive news regarding the hotel sector in Africa during the first ‘Virtual Hotel Club’ held this month.
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South Africa will reopen its international borders on 1 October 2020, under alert level 1 of lockdown.
One industry in particular has the power and potential to reignite South Africa’s ailing economy, but to do so it’s going to need more than support from South Africans, and Government giving the green light for reopening borders.
The casino and hotels group has been battered by Covid-19, but is optimistic it can navigate through the pandemic