Located 300m from the Aden Abdulle International Airport in Somalia, the Jazeera Palace Hotel officers a wide variety of exceptional hotel services including conference rooms and 70 stylish guest rooms.
On Sunday this landmark hotel was the scene of a terror attack killing at least 13 people and 21 injured.
Ambulance sirens and gunfire were heard on Sunday near the Jazeera Palace Hotel, frequented by government officials and dignitaries and home to several embassies, soon after the blast.
According to a hotel worker none of the dead were hotel guests.
S suicide car bomb had rammed the gates of the hotel, damaging the facade.
Al Shabaab, which said it was behind the blast, frequently stages bomb and gun attacks in the capital in its bid to topple Somalia’s Western-backed government. The nation is trying to rebuild after two decades of conflict.