Starwood Hotels brand Le Méridien has announced plans for investing some $200 million in 13 hotels across the MEA over the next three years. The French brand has served the Middle East and Africa region for over three decades, and this announcements ensures the firming up of the hoteliers’ international footprint.
In an announcement last week Brian Povinelli, Global Brand Leader, Le Méridien and Westin, offered this comment:
“Since acquiring Le Méridien in 2005, Starwood and its hotel ownership groups have made a tremendous effort to enhance and create a consistent portfolio around the world. Le Méridien now boasts the best performance measures in brand history, and our focused efforts on the Middle East and Africa hotels will only help ensure Le Méridien maintains its best portfolio ever.”
With ten new openings coming in 2013, Le Méridien shows unprecedented growth internationally of late. The hotels currently under renovation or near completion include properties in; the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Mauritius, Gabon, and Dubai.
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