Opening of the Renaissance Tlemcen Hotel

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    Marriott International, Inc. announced the opening of the newest gem in its Renaissance Hotels portfolio with the opening of the Renaissance Tlemcen Hotel, in the ancient city of Tlemcen, in northwestern Algeria. Newly opened in the city of Tlemcen, a city steeped in the arts and history, the Renaissance Tlemcen Hotel offers panoramic views of the city from the exceptional viewing point of Plateau Lalla Setti. The new building, designed with an Arab-Moorish feel, rests perfectly within the context of the architectural tradition of the region, offering 204 luxuriously equipped rooms and suites. Customers may also enjoy the hotels unique amenities which include a fine dining restaurant, swimming pool, fitness centre, Spa, Hammam and outdoor tennis court. The New York Times recently noted the exceptional richness of Tlemcen as a destination by including it as one of the most exciting places to visit in the world for this year. A cool climate in the mountains, and centuries of history and culture give the city a unique combination of music and art, handicrafts and textiles, in addition notable architecture, including the Great Mosque at Tlemcen, completed in 1136.

    For dining and entertainment, the hotel offers a variety of options suitable for guests and locals of all tastes. Al Bustan, the hotel’s Mediterranean restaurant, offers unique flavours from the region. Arabesque restaurant offers guests a twist on traditional Asian cuisine. The hotel also offers a comfortable lobby lounge and bar area, as well as Mirage Night Club.

    For meeting and special events, the Renaissance Tlemcen Hotel offers a flexible space of 2500m including two reception rooms and a conference room equipped with six simultaneous translation booths and high speed internet access (HSIA).

    Renaissance Hotels are known for authentic travel experiences which offer passionate travellers the opportunity to discover local experiences through hotel touch points including design, cuisine and distinct amenities.

    Daniel Fountain / 13.09.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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