GOLDEN Tulip Hospitality has announced the new addition to its current North African portfolio, with the Golden Tulip Hotel Des Arts, a single five-star hotel complex situated on the Atlantic Coast 20 km from Casablanca in Dar Bouazza.
The hotel provides business and leisure guests a unique experience rich in art and pluriculturalism taken from all five continents. The hotel provides 30 luxurious guest rooms, 12 ethnic themed suites as well as 44 fully equipped residential apartments.
Among the hotel’s F&B outlets are Les 5 Vénus, Le Jazz Bar, the Moroccan L’Ethnik, and Le 360°. Other facilities at the hotel include 700sqm of meetings and conference facilities, exhibition galleries, workshops, and a museum of contemporary art, as well as a spa, Spa des Five Sens.
Says Aziz Lazrak, owner and president of Le Four á Chaux: “We are very proud of the Golden Tulip Hotel Des Arts. The hotel is a business and leisure hotel offering its guests a unique combination of state of the art facilities and services with an artistic touch. With the Golden Tulip brand, systems tools and services, I am confident that the hotel will receive its fair share of national and international travellers ensuring a profitable and successful operation.”
Adds Hans Kennedie, president and CEO of Golden Tulip Hospitality Group, “It is with great enthusiasm that we enter into this agreement. The Golden Tulip Hotel Des Arts is a fantastic addition to our existing five hotels in Morocco. I am confident that this agreement will bring great satisfactions to both parties as Golden Tulip will implement its International Standards and Golden Tulip Hotel Des Arts will bring out its local flavours to business and leisure guests.”
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