Hotelier program 1000 rooms in Togo

22/06/2016
Hotelier program 1000 rooms in Togo

The Hotelier Program aims to create 1,000 direct jobs

Confortis International initiates Hotelier Program 1000 rooms spread over 10 hotels throughout the Togolese territory referred WELLCITY Hotels & Resorts. 

This Hotelier Program is pegged to the new infrastructure developed in the country (Port, Airport, road transport, ...) and anticipates the second generation of national investment in public / private partnership.

WellCity Hotels & Resorts is a Hotelier Program which consists of the construction and commissioning of a portfolio of 10 economy and midscale Hotels throughout the Togolese territory. 

With a total capacity of 1,000 rooms, this green hotels will help improve the quality offer in hotel services and MICE (Meetings Incentives Conferences and Events) under management of international operators. It comes in five-year plan 2017-2021.

The program overall budget is estimated at one hundred billion franc CFA or one hundred fifty million euro. 

Developed on two to five hectares of land, implementation of these hotels meets a national balance and take into account the potential of different economic areas : AIRPORT-LOME, LOME PORT, ADETICOPE, AGBODRAFO, NOEPE, KPALIME, ATAKPAME, KARA , SOKODE and DAPAONG.

The Hotelier Program aims to create 1,000 direct jobs and 10,000 indirect jobs and replacing the Togo in the regional competition in business tourism and conferences contributing Lome to play as West African hub.

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