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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.

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.

The Sheraton Hotel Addis Ababa, Club Room

Fact of the Day: Addis Ababa has Africa's highest hotel room rates

A price survey of international-grade hotels in select major African cities, produced by hospitality research firm STR Global, ahead of theAfrica Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF), taking place at the end of September, has revealed that Addis Ababa is the most expensive place for a good night’s sleep.

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Ethiopia: The Addis millionaire's club

At first glance, Ethiopia would seem like a tough place for business owners to make it big. The strength of the state stands in contrast to the fledgling private sector, where foreign competition is barred in key industries and big sectors are entrusted to state-owned companies.

Bani Haddad, Vice President, Middle East & Africa, Wyndham

Days Inn and Ramada Hotels owner Wyndham to open hotel in Ethiopian capital in first half of 2015: Bani Haddad, Vice President, Middle East & Africa, Wyndham

Wyndham Hotel Group, the owner of the Days Inn and Ramada chains, will open its first hotel in Ethiopia in the first half of next year as it expands the business across the continent.

Four Points by Sheraton, Lagos, Nigeria

Sheraton owner Starwood plans to add as many as 20 hotels in Africa as travel demand rises

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. (HOT) plans to add as many as 20 hotels in Africa over the next four years as the U.S. owner of the Sheraton and St Regis brands takes advantage of rising travel on the continent.