ONOMO Hotels at the heart of Africa

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ONOMO Hotels has not stopped with their consistent expansion of their footprint on the African continent, intensifying their investments economically and socially with new developments and acquisition of existing properties.

ONOMO Hotels is an innovative African brand with hotels at the heart of Africa and Africa at the heart of their hotels. ONOMO offers a bold, responsible, affordable hotel proposition geared towards all travellers by maintaining international standards and far exceeding expectations of guests within the 3 and 4 star segment.

Onomo Durban Hotel

In an interview with VoyagesAfriq on the sidelines of this year’s Africa Tourism Leadership Forum in Durban, South Africa, Samantha Annandale Regional Operations Director of the Hotel Group said their expansion drive is aimed at meeting marketing demand for affordable luxury.

“It’s a case of finding viable economic investment opportunities that benefit the company, tourism and greater socio-economic sphere and in this way meeting the demands of the market within Africa” says Samantha Annandale.
With their expansion plan into South and East Africa, ONOMO already have 4 hotels in South Africa and extended their reach to East Africa with the acquisition of a property in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania as well as a hotel that opened last year In April in Kigali, Rwanda and performing well.

Samantha Annandale

“Our next opening is in Maputo, Mozambique It’s a renovation of an existing building but once again it adds to the upliftment of the city center contributing and adding to the vibrancy of a city that is a destination in its own right”.
The expansion is a large pipeline of development incorporating green field developments and strategic acquisitions, focusing not only on the actual ownership and management of the hotels but moving swiftly into asset light management hotel opportunities.

ONOMO Hotels expansion plans in West Africa is not complete, and they are focusing on the English-speaking zones within West Africa so that they can complete their footprint across the whole of the African continent. “2020 is certainly going to be a year where we’ll see us grow exponentially and with that, become a more prevalent name and brand associated with traveling”, says Samantha Annandale.

The focus of the group is the essence of importance that travelers place on their preferred choice of a hotel; security, service, connectivity, lifestyle and with that a fun and vibrant destination that sets the benchmark of African hotels at a higher level, at the heart of Africa.

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