The Moja Hakuna and Tuu Majiwe has new management company
The Moja Hakuna and Tuu Majiwe, in Zanzibar will be managed by Aleph Hospitality . The business entered the Tanzanian market with the signing of a management agreement to use both boutique resorts,
The new management contracts, in October scheduled to take effect, mark Aleph Hospitality’s continued expansion in Africa, using its portfolio stretching across five countries on the continent now.
Speaking at the African Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF), Bani Haddad, Managing and founder Director of Aleph Hospitality, commented: “Our entry in to the Tanzanian market solidifies the company’s already-rapid African expansion, coming just days following the signing of an agreement for the initial Marriott International property in Kisumu, Kenya.
“Furthermore growth of our branded hotel portfolio, we have been thrilled to be adding two more independent hotels to your fold and providing our in-depth understanding of international guidelines and operating standards to unlock the real potential of the unique beachfront properties. We’ve proven highly successful at turning around existing operations and appearance forward to driving maximum returns for the hotels’ owner.”
Amit B. Ladwa, owner of both Tanzanian hotels, commented: “We’ve long sought an unbiased management partner who is able to bring world-class operational expertise and extensive regional knowledge to your assets. Aleph Hospitality has experience highly, agile and flexible, and we have been getting excited about seeing our hotels thrive with this new partner on board”.
Located in Kiwengwa, on the north east coast of Zanzibar and a 60-minute drive from Abeid Amani Karume AIRPORT TERMINAL, Moja Tuu is really a 35-key upper upscale beach resort, including 10 luxury beachfront villas, each with private infinity pool.
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Ideally, including groups and honeymooners of friends and family, the secluded resort, surrounded by tropical forest, features three restaurants, private beach and pool.
On the south east coast of Zanzibar, the midscale Hakuna Majiwe in Paje supplies a spectacular white sand beach and a geniune, disconnected barefoot experience. The 21-room hideaway, including 16 beach rooms and five garden rooms, features an all-day dining restaurant and pool, and is situated 75-minutes from Abeid Amani Karume AIRPORT TERMINAL by car away.
“With a few of the most stunning coastline in the global world, a rich cultural heritage and exceptional diving, we see tremendous prospect of the growth of tourism in Zanzibar,” said Haddad. “Supported by our world-class systems and operating model, Moja Tuu and Hakuna Majiwe will undoubtedly be placed to capitalise on increasing demand perfectly.”
Aleph Hospitality, which includes earmarked a pipeline of 35 hotels in the centre Africa and East by 2025, manages hotels for owners directly, either on a franchise basis for branded properties or as a white label operator for independently-branded hotels.