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Ramada Hotel opens in Morocco

March 22-Ramada Hotel’s latest chain in Fes, Morocco, was inaugurated on Saturday by the Kuwaiti Ambassador to Morocco Mohammad Al-Thwayekh, Tameer Board Chairman Abdelwahhab Al-Haroun, the Moroccan Ambassador to Kuwait Mohamed Belaich and a host of dignitaries and tourism officials and figures. The project achieved completion because of the investment and capital provided by Kuwaiti Tameer Real Estate Investment Company.

Speaking on the occasion Tameer Board Chairman Al-Haroun emphasised on the need for cooperation between Kuwait and Morocco, pointing out that Ramada’s introduction into the Moroccan market is a carefully thought-out investment. "More projects in Morocco are still to come," he added. Meanwhile, Belaich said that there is an increase in the flow of Kuwaiti capital and investment to Morocco and in the areas of tourism, clean energy, and services in particular.

Ramada Fes, completed at a cost of $14 million, has been established in the heart of Morocco's cultural capital. It is close to the city’s cultural and historic landmarks, and is 5 minutes from the train station and 25 minutes from Fes Sais airport. All 133 rooms including five suites have excellent facilities. Ramada Fes also offers two non-smoking floors, two meeting rooms, cardio training centre, outdoor swimming pool, and a spa.

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