The Barceló Hotel Group has announced the management of two hotels in Morocco.
Located in Tánger and Agadir, the deal will form part of the group’s global expansion plans.
The urban hotel in Tánger has 138 rooms and boasts a fantastic location on the picturesque corniche and is just a ten-minute walk from the historic centre.
Meanwhile in Agadir, guests will find a fun resort located close to the popular promenade which runs along the coast. In both hotels, guests can expect to find a varied foodie offering with a buffet and an a la carte restaurant; a bar and outdoor pools.
The Tánger hotel also lends itself to business guests with MICE facilities, whereas the Agadir resort is aimed at leisure guests and has a wide range of sporting facilities including mini-golf, a tennis court and a basketball court.
Having first launched in Morocco in 2006 with Barceló Casablanca and then Barceló Fez in 2011, this North Africa hotspot is a key destination for the group.
In addition to these two properties will be the launch of Barceló Anfa Casablanca, which is set to open at the end of this year, taking the total rooms on offer throughout Morocco to 888 across five hotels.
Jaime Buxó, the chief development officer of the Barceló Hotel Group commented: “We are very excited to be adding to our portfolio in Morocco, offering two new destinations for our guests.
“Following the refurbishments of the hotels to transform them into a Barceló and Allegro hotel respectively, we hope to see them benefit from the commercial experience of the group which spans more than 85 years.”