Tui Group is set to expand its portfolio of owned hotels in the Cape Verde Islands with the addition of a new resort. The first Tui Magic Life club in the state off the west coast of Africa will be developed on the island of Boa Vista.
Cape Verde aims to attract more than a million tourists a year by 2020, far more than the current hotel supply can cope with, so investor opportunities on the archipelago, strategically located in the Atlantic Ocean around an hour from Dakar and around four hours from Brazil and Lisbon, could be enormous.
Hilton has marked the official opening of its new resort on the island of Sal in Cabo Verde, announcing the company’s debut in the country and further growing the brand’s portfolio of resorts.
For years Cape Verde has been considered one of holidaymakers’ best-kept secrets. However, the latest official figures from the National Statistics Institute in Cape Verde suggest that this won’t be the case for long, with the archipelago enjoying a 13.6 per cent increase in tourists in 2016 compared to the previous year.
Cape Verde has seen the soft launch of its first adult-only hotel and luxury beach club, Bikini Beach. Developed by the luxury resort hospitality company The Resort Group, the hotels will welcome the first guests on December 18th. Located on the white sands of the island of Sal, Cape Verde, the new developments offer total bliss and relaxation.