LEVA Hotels & Resorts signs for two properties in Muscat and one in Kampala

LEVA Hotels & Resorts

At the end of March, LEVA Hotels & Resorts announced that it will continue its expansion across the GCC, Africa and Europe, with management agreements having already been formalised for two new hotels in Muscat, Oman, and a stunning property in Kampala, Uganda.

The group has recently taken over the management of two hotels in wonderful locations within walking distance of each other in the Madinat Al Sultan Qaboos district in Oman, as well as the unique Emin Pasha Lake View Hotel Residences situated in Muyenga at Tank Hill in Kampala.

On a mission to broaden its horizons even more, the relatively new brand is exploring other opportunities for expansion in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania, as well as Europe. It currently has an asset under negotiation in Portugal.

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Enthusing on the news was founder and CEO, LEVA Hotels & Resorts, JS Anand: “Despite the challenges, it is important to focus on long-term strategies to proactively target recovery in the hospitality sector. At LEVA Hotels & Resorts, we are confident that it is only a matter of time before our industry turns around, and therefore, all of us must continue to work together by prioritising our goals to prepare for a better future.

“We remain committed to expand our footprint in our target markets offering superior brand standards and exceptional management options to hotel owners with flexible terms tailored for diverse market segments,” Anand added.

Eager to contribute to community welfare initiatives in Africa and highlighting LEVA Hotels & Resorts’ dedication to CSR, Anand concluded: “We will invest back in the community as well as the development of people who work for us with an aim to improve lives. Our goal is to become the strongest and most preferred employer by supporting critical social causes such as building schools, funding medical requirements, providing humanitarian aid and offering educational scholarships for deserving students.”