Hotel riu senegal

hotel riu senegal

Why is Riu building a hotel in Senegal?

RIU, the long-standing joint venture partner of TUI Group, plans to build a hotel in the area of Point Sarène on the west coast of Senegal. With the planning, RIU supports TUI Group’s growth path and strengthens the Groups own hotel business on the African continent.

Where to stay in Senegal?

The Riu Baobab, with 522 rooms, is located in Pointe Sarène on an impressive, vast white sand beach just 100 kilometres from Dakar and 48 kilometres from the airport. This hotel takes the chains renowned 24-hour all-inclusive service to the beaches of Senegal.

Where is the Riu Baobab in Africa?

This year, the RIU chain has set out on a new and exciting adventure into the heart of Africa with the opening of a new 5-star hotel — the Riu Baobab — in Senegal.

How many hotels does Riu operate in Africa?

Overall, RIU operates eleven hotels in Africa – in Cape Verde Islands, Tanzania and Morocco. RIU’s project in Senegal is currently in the draft planning stage and due to launch in November.

Why RIU Hotels&Resorts in Pointe Sarène?

The project will take place as part of the local authorities’ drive to develop tourism in this destination The RIU Hotels & Resorts chain has announced the purchase of a 25-hectare site in the Pointe Sarène area on Senegal’s west coast, a paradise destination that is in the midst of the tourist development process.

How many hotels does Riu operate in Africa?

Overall, RIU operates eleven hotels in Africa – in Cape Verde Islands, Tanzania and Morocco. RIU’s project in Senegal is currently in the draft planning stage and due to launch in November.

What does Riu do for TUI Group?

With the planning, RIU supports TUI Group’s growth path and strengthens the Groups own hotel business on the African continent. Overall, RIU operates eleven hotels in Africa – in Cape Verde Islands, Tanzania and Morocco. RIU’s project in Senegal is currently in the draft planning stage and due to launch in November.

Where are Riu’s new hotels?

We already have RIU hotels in Cape Verde, Morocco, and Zanzibar, but I feel that Senegal represents opening a new door to the region and a new stage in RIU’s expansion.

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