The new opening, which introduces the Best Western Plus brand to one of the city’s most sought-after commercial districts, marks Aleph Hospitality’s continued expansion in Kenya, where the company has already signed management contracts for three hotels currently under development: the Protea Hotel by Marriott in Kisumu; an airport hotel in Nairobi and a property in the popular coastal resort of Mombasa.
Bani Haddad, managing director, Aleph Hospitality, said, “The opening of Best Western Plus Westlands signals our commitment to Kenya, the third-largest tourism economy in Sub-Saharan Africa”.
The new, purpose-built hotel features 101 stylish, air-conditioned guest rooms, including spacious junior suites with separate living rooms and kitchenettes and a luxurious penthouse suite with a private outdoor hot tub.
Best Western Plus Westlands offers free WiFi, a dedicated meetings floor, a gym and two food and beverage outlets a craft, an all-day-dining restaurant, bar and coffee shop, and Asiatic, a stylish rooftop bar and lounge.
The company operates four hotels in Africa, with six new openings already slated for 2020.