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A new player on the international hotel market looking towards Iran

After AccorHotels and Rotana, Melià Hotels International now plans to make its foray into the country, with the development of a five-star hotel.

Following the Vienna agreement and the lightening of international sanctions that go hand in hand with it, Melià Hotels International plans to take advantage of the will of the Iranian government to develop its tourism. The Spanish hotel group thus announced its foray onto the market with the opening of the Gran Melià Ghoo Hotel .

Located in the city of Salman Shahr, on the banks of the Caspian Sea, the property in the real estate complex in Ghoo "the Diamond of the Middle East", which also has residences, shops and an athletic complex. With five-star ranking, it will occupy a 130 meter high tower and have 319 rooms, including a 500 square meter presidential suite. The hotel will also have seven restaurants and bars, 1,300 square meters of spaces for organizing events and meetings, two swimming pools and a spa.

The Iranian government recently announced its desire to multiply the number of visitors to the country by five by the year 2025, to reach 20 million arrivals and 30 billion dollars in revenues. In order to do this, it is essential to develop the hotel supply on the market and 125 four- and five-star hotels have already been built or are under construction to strengthen it.

Also read:

  • AccorHotels acts as a pioneer in Iran
  • Iran opens up to upscale tourism


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