Barceló Hotel Group has started to manage two new four-star hotels in Morocco, in Agadir and Tangier, in whose ownership the Mallorcan group has a majority stake, which together add a total of 459 rooms, the hotel chain reported Wednesday.
The company, after carrying out some reforms to adapt them to the Barceló standards, will commercialize the two new establishments under the Barceló and ALlegro brands, within the framework of their expansion plans.
Barceló considers Morocco, where it has been present since 2006, a priority market for its expansion in the Mediterranean. These two new hotels will join the ‘Barceló Casablanca’ (85 rooms) operating since 2006, and the renovated ‘Barceló Anfa Casablanca’, with five stars and 210 rooms, which will open its doors at the end of this year. In this way, the group will have four hotels and 754 rooms in Morocco.
Thus, the Almohades Tangier (138 rooms) and the Almohades Agadir (321 rooms) will be added on July 5 to their portfolio and will be renamed ‘Barceló Tangier’ and ‘Allegro Agadir’, respectively. The two establishments have a buffet, an a la carte restaurant, a nightclub with two outdoor swimming pools, bars, mini golf, tennis and basketball courts, shops and facilities for meeting rooms.