Warwick inks Jordan resort management deal
Amman/Paris, May 17, 2011
Warwick International Hotels (WIH) has signed a management contract with Winter Valley Tourism Investment Company, owner of a 4 star deluxe resort on the coast of the Dead Sea in Jordan.
With easy access from Amman and the international airport, the resort is designed to cater to both international tourists, businesstravellers and visitors from Jordan and the nearby countries.
Soft opening is scheduled for August 2011, and the grand opening is planned to take place before the end of this year.
Known as the Winter Valley / Warwick Resort & Spa, Dead Sea, Jordan, the resort will consist of 161 rooms, each with a view over the Dead Sea and access to the beach.
This seaside resort is also equipped with a gourmet restaurant, a lobby café/bar, a deli, an outdoor dining area and a pool bar. It also features a ballroom with breakout rooms, a spa & gym and three outdoor swimming pools and a ‘kids’ club.
With this new management contract, Warwick International Hotels provides its guests with an exceptional location, the Dead Sea, one of the most spectacular landscape and the oldest natural spa in the world.
WIH’s network now includes a collection of 46 hotels with more than 6,500 rooms worldwide. It is now present in the Middle East, South Africa, the South Pacific, South East Asia, Europe and the United States. Several projects are now under study in the Middle East.
“Today, the signing of this new management agreement in Jordan shows the capacity and the willingness of WIH to respond to hotel investors & owners looking for a privately owned and internationally recognised hotel brand to operate their hotels and resorts,” said Jean-François Garnier, Warwick Group director of development.-TradeArabia News Service
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