Sarovar to open a hotel in Somaliland, Africa

Sarovar to open a hotel in Somaliland, Africa

Sarovar Hotels and Resorts unveiled its plan to open a hotel in Hargeisa, the capital city of Somaliland. Somaliland is a growing economy in East Africa. As a destination, it has much to offer for business and leisure travellers alike. Somaliland’s Port of Berberais a convenient distance from the hotel. There are plans for the port to be upgraded, the country’s commercial hub. For the history buff, there are cave paintings and rock art, the most notable being the Laas Geel caves. For beach lovers, Berbera an exotic coastal deserted beach, where the amazing warm waters of the Gulf of Aden stand still. The trekker and the nature traveller will have access to changing topographies from mountains to waterfalls, and to plateaus.
Owned by Upper Hill Hotel, Sarovar Premiere Hargeisa, upon completion in 2020 will have a total of 123 rooms and suites; conferencing &meeting, an all-day dining restaurant and a swimming pool.
Ajay K Bakaya, Managing Director, Sarovar Hotels Pvt. Ltd. says, “In order to maximize further growth opportunities in Africa, we are delighted to announce another milestone in Sarovar’s expansion plan. This hotel is located in one of the prime locations of Somaliland close to the getaway port of Berbera and has good connectivity from Hargeisa Egal international airport as well for travellers to the country. Having successfully operated hotels in other countries of Africa, we now look forward to provide our signature hospitality in this growing country as well.”

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