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AccorHotels signs deals to open three hotels in Ethiopia

Europe’s largest hotel group AccorHotels, will open three hotels in Ethiopia by 2021, becoming the latest international chain to tap into the growing business and tourism sectors in the country.

Hotel Novotel Dakar, Senegal. An AccorHotels property

Hotel development in Africa jumps 30% to 64,000 rooms for 2016

The number of planned hotel rooms for 2016 in Africa has soared to 64,000 in 365 hotels, up almost 30% on the previous year, according to new figures from the annual W Hospitality Group Hotel Chain Development Pipeline Survey.

Ethiopia aims to grow tourism threefold in five years

Ethiopia aims to grow tourism threefold in five years

Ethiopia aims to triple its number of foreign visitors to more than 2.5 million by 2020, making tourism a pillar of one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies.

Hilton becomes latest hotel chain to tap Ethiopia's fast growth

Hilton becomes latest hotel chain to tap Ethiopia's fast growth

Hilton will open its first hotel in Ethiopia in more than four decades, it said on Wednesday, following other international chains that seek to tap into rising business and tourism in the country.

World's fourth-largest hotelier AccorHotels to open 50 hotels in Angola by 2017

World's fourth-largest hotelier AccorHotels to open 50 hotels in Angola by 2017

AccorHotels has sealed a deal with Angolan insurance and investment company AAA Activos to open 50 hotels in the country by 2017, the French company said, as part of its expansion in Africa.

President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos (Left) walks with his French counterpart Francois Hollande by guards of honor at the Presidential Palace in Luanda on July 3, 2015 (AFP Photo/Alain Jocard)

France & Angola sign business deals from oil to hotels

France and Angola on Friday signed business agreements covering a wide range of economic sectors from oil to hotels, which are potentially worth several hundred million dollars, French officials said.