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Pullman Hotels to open first regional outlet in Kenya


French multinational hospitality group, Accor, expects to launch its first Pullman braded hotel in Kenya next month.

According to the hotelier, the Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill which is set to open its doors to guests in June this year will have 162 rooms offering premium hospitality.

“We’re excited about the opening of Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill, catering to the needs of the hyper-connected business and leisure traveller. We aim to provide a comprehensive hospitality experience cantered around a blend of work and leisure. With a focus on immersive art & design, happening food and beverage, power fitness, and smart interaction, we’re poised to offer dynamic services and experiences,” said Susan Waringa, Pullman Hotels & Resorts Director of Sales and Marketing.

Waringa says the hotel boasts state-of-the-art meeting and event spaces catering to both small and large groups, setting the stage for unparalleled business and leisure experiences.

“We eagerly anticipate the opportunities ahead and are committed to collaborating with stakeholders in the hotel industry to enhance Kenya’s tourism sector. The government, particularly through the Ministry of Tourism, has been very supportive in promoting tourism, catering to both international and local tourists,” added Waringa.

Pullman Hotels & Resorts is the latest hotel franchise to establish operations in the country after JW Marriott opened its second property in Kenya a month earlier.

Pullman Nairobi Upper Hill has similarly adopted the concept of “workspitality” under the co-working spaces brand WOJO.

The innovative approach combines workspace and hospitality to cater to the changing demands of modern travellers and professionals.

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