Hotel management company, Aleph Hospitality, has signed management contracts for three hotels in Kenya.
Boma Nairobi, Boma Inn Nairobi and Boma Inn Eldoret are owned by Red Court Hotel group, a subsidiary of Kenya Red Cross Society.
As part of the agreement, Aleph Hospitality has pledged financial support to the Kenya Red Cross by donating a percentage of the management fees it earns from the hotels to local charitable initiatives.
Bani Haddad, Founder and Managing Director of Aleph Hospitality, commented: “We are committed to working with the owners to turn around the fortunes of these wonderful hotels and proud to support local humanitarian projects being run by the owner through the Kenya Red Cross.”
Located near Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Boma Nairobi features 148 rooms and suites, a conference hall, boardroom, two F&B outlets, a gym, spa and swimming pool.
The Boma Inn Nairobi is a three-star hotel in the Kenya Red Cross complex, close to the city’s two airports. The hotel has 58 rooms, an all-day-dining restaurant and a lounge.
Boma Inn Eldoret marks Aleph Hospitality’s first property in the Rift Valley region of Kenya. The hotel is 15 km from Eldoret International Airport and offers 68 rooms and suites, three F&B outlets, meetings facilities, a gym, spa and swimming pool.
“We understand the Kenyan hospitality market exceptionally well and have seen an increase in demand for our management services during the coronavirus pandemic as owners in Kenya seek international expertise to help them manage costs, boost revenue and drive profits from their hotels,” said Haddad.
“As a third-party management company, we are able to do this while also enabling owners to have more visibility into their operations and better flexibility with contractual terms.”