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ONOMO Hotels chain opens its doors in Rwanda


The Pan African Hotel group, ONOMO Hotels chain, has opened its business in Rwanda, seeking to boost business tourism in Kigali and the rest of East Africa.

ONOMO Hotels officially inaugurated their new hotel in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital city, in addition to their portfolio during an auspicious and glamorous event hosted late last week.

The US$ 20-million-dollar hotel investment project is situated with access to Kigali City Centre and the Kigali International Airport. ONOMO Hotels Group expansion strategy targets major business districts and capital cities on the African continent.

“The hotel sector here is flourishing, and position Rwanda as a major destination for business tourism. We are proud, with this project, to be making our contribution to the development of this high-potential market,” said Julien Ruggieri, President of ONOMO Hotels, at the hosted inauguration. We hope that this hotel is the mirror of a modern, dynamic and ambitious Rwanda.”

ONOMO Hotels is a pan-African hotel group established in 2009 and is now present in 9 countries with 12 hotels, representing 1,200 rooms in Dakar (Senegal), Abidjan (Ivory Coast), Libreville (Gabon), Bamako (Mali), Lome (Togo), Cape Town, Sandton and Durban (South Africa), Conakry (Guinea), Rabat (Morocco), and Kigali which is a newcomer within the group.

The ONOMO Hotels group’s ambition is to operate more than 3,700 rooms by 2022 while in the next 18 months, new hotels will open their doors in Cape Town (the second hotel located in this city), Casablanca and Tangier (Morocco), Douala (Cameroon), Maputo (Mozambique), and Kampala (Uganda).

The hotels concept brings together ecological and technological solutions, contemporary culture and local resources so that the community benefits from the economic impact of the hotel.

ONOMO facility in Kigali has been developed with the concept scaling up a lasting relationship between ONOMO Hotels and Rwanda, for the benefit of the city of Kigali and its community.