Algiers Algeria Accor Hotel
Carlson Rezidor is also opening its first hotel in Algeria in April 2018, on the former site of the B Blu Hotel in Algiers. The three-star hotel segment saw strong growth from 39 hotels in 2015 to 51 in 2016, with the number of beds reaching 7045 and rising from 56 to 1810. In 2016, the number of four-star hotels doubled to 12, while the number of beds rose by 56% to 1,710, the highest number in a single year for a hotel category in recent years, according to data from the Algerian Hotel Association (AHHA). The number of five-star hotels across the country rose from eight in 2014 to 13 in 2017, compared with seven in 2013, and from 13 to 16 in 2012, as the number of hotels in this bed category rose from 59 to 6,734.
The hotel will have 326 rooms and will be directly connected to the new international terminal of the airport (see overview). The hotel also offers two suites on one floor for business travellers and one on the second floor for guests of international flights.
There is also a contemporary design restaurant that can accommodate up to 100 guests and offers different lighting conditions depending on the time of day and background music. The menu includes a variety of traditional dishes, some of which have been reissued, as well as some new ones.
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The partnership is driven primarily by two major groups that together are creating prosperity in a country as ambitious as Algeria: the private and the public sectors. The key to the development of tourism in Algeria is that it offers great potential for job creation, as the country has high youth unemployment. Although the sector is currently developing, comprehensive training programmes are needed to find qualified workers capable of providing a high level of services to the host market in the countries. He said: "This new opening is the result of the trust that countries like Algeria have in us.
Baiche added that Carlson Rezidor looks forward to partnering with local educational institutions to develop such training programs.
Baiche informed OBG that construction work on the hotel is scheduled to begin in February 2018 and that it usually takes about two years to begin such projects after construction begins. Lazhar Bounafaa, CEO of Groupe HTT, told ObG that the decision to place its facilities under the management of an international company will be crucial to increasing visitor numbers after the completion of the work, which he said will be improved. The problem is not a big problem, however, as the operator can offer training if necessary.
In September 2017, the HTT Group signed an agreement with the Department of Continuing Education of the Algerian Ministry of Education, which is part of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training.
The agreement provides for a programme to train trainers to become apprentices working for the HTT Group, which employs around 3000 people and includes hotels, restaurants, cafes, hotels and other businesses in Algeria and other countries. The hotel is one of 30 that the company has launched in the country, and its other projects include hotels in Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria and the United Arab Emirates. Other hotels operated by the company include the Algiers Hotel, Al-Azhar Hotel and the Algarve Hotel in Paris. There are also internationally renowned hotels in the country, such as the Ritz-Carlton, Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott International.