From 29 September 2014, Warwick International Hotels Group (WIH) counts a new landmark hotel in its portfolio with the Babylon Warwick Hotel, Baghdad in Iraq.
The 300 rooms Babylon Warwick Hotel will benefit from the Group’s recognized experience in managing high standard hotels and resorts throughout the world.
Warwick International Hotels (WIH) has entered into a management contract with Al Ebaa Company owner. Babylon Warwick hotel Located on the edge of the Tigris River opposite of the USA Embassy, the hotel has been fully renovated to meet the international five stars hotel standards to meet the expectations of international travelers.
Babylon Warwick Hotel consists of 300 rooms including 4 duplex suites. Its extensive facilities include indoor and outdoor Olympic swimming pools, a spa named the Warwick Spa with a Turkish bath, a fitness center, tennis courts, 3 conference rooms with a meeting capacity up to 750 guests, 6 restaurants and a Cigar bar.
Since 2 years, Warwick International Hotels has built a strong network in the Middle East region and now counts 8 hotels under management contract: 2 in Jordan (Amman and Dead Sea), 3 in Lebanon (2 in Beirut, 1 in Jiyeh), 1 in UAE (Dubai), 1 in Iraq (Baghdad), 1 in Qatar (Doha). Others will be announced very shortly. “Warwick International Hotels ‘ambition for the Middle East region is to reach a network of 15 hotels by 2016, declares Jamal Serhan”, VP & CEO for WIH in the MENA Region. He pursues: “We are proud to have a new landmark hotel in MENA region, this will reinforce the awareness of Warwick brand and this will benefit to all WIH hotels. Our presence in the GCC will be soon improved by the opening of the Warwick Doha Hotel”.
With a current network of 55 hotels throughout the world, Warwick International Hotels will continue its dynamic expansion on three directions: further acquisitions of hotels and resorts when appropriate opportunities arise, organic growth by way of management contracts and affiliations.
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