HMH expands operations in Sudan

HMH expands operations in Sudan

Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH) has signed deals to operate four new hotels in Sudan.

Under the terms of the deal, the properties will be operated under three different brands; namely Coral Niyala – Khartoum, Corp Burj Al Noor – Khartoum, EWA Port Sudan and EWA Nile Tower – Khartoum.

In addition, the group entered Yemen with the soft launch of Coral Hotel – Aden.

Once open, the new properties in Sudan will add 532 keys to the group’s existing 400 keys in the country.

Michel Noblet, president of HMH, said, “Sudan enjoys a strategic location in North East Africa.

“There is a strong demand in the country for quality accommodation and our brands are well positioned to cater to this growing demand. Coral Hotels & Resorts have had a long standing presence in Sudan with Coral Hotel Khartoum and Coral Port Sudan which will be further strengthened with Coral Niyala – Khartoum. We are now glad to introduce Corp and EWA brands with Corp Burj Al Noor – Khartoum, EWA Port Sudan and EWA Nile Tower – Khartoum.

“We look forward to successful collaboration with all our owners and associates.”

The geographical position of Sudan – the largest country in Africa by area – established its long historic role as a colossal gateway between the Red Sea, the Sahara and the heart of the continent.

Today as the country stands divided between north and south, oil continues to be a pillar of the economy.