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Tanger Med Strengthens Its Service Offering For Passengers By Opening New ONOMO Hotel

Tanger Med strengthens its service offering for passengers by opening new ONOMO hotel

July 29, 2019 As part of the ongoing efforts to improve the comfort and travel conditions of passengers passing through the port, especially during the Marhaba period, the port Tanger Med strengthens its infrastructure for welcoming passengers by opening a hotel under the name ONOMO, in the port complex. This new hotel is located in the multimodal building “Tanger Med Port Center”, which includes both
a ferry terminal, a railway station and a bus station, and which can accommodate passengers by train, coach or vehicle. With a private investment of 35 million dirhams, ONOMO Hotel Tangier Med spreads over a total area of ​​nearly 4200 m² on 2 levels. It has 94 rooms and a capacity of 140 beds. “The port Tanger Med further strengthens its service offering for the benefit of travelers, especially at this time of year which sees a significant passenger traffic during the Marhaba campaign,” says Kamal Lakhmas, Director of Port Passagers and Rovers. In 2018, nearly 2.8 million passengers passed through the port of Tangier Med and especially during the summer and during the Marhaba campaign. For his part, Mohamed Bendraou, Director of ONOMO Hotel Tanger Med says that the “hotel is ready to accommodate private or corporate customers, for personal or professional stays, thanks to its catering and banquet room. Our 40 employees have undergone rigorous training and are fully operational » The Tangier Med Port Center is an iconic building in the port complex. It is the work of the renowned French architect “Jean Nouvel” winner of the Pritzker Prize. Crossroads of meetings and proximity between all professionals related to the maritime and port sector, It includes 29,000 m² of offices and a wide range of services. ONOMO Hotels was created in 2009. The first hotel, ONOMO Hotel Dakar, opened in 2010 followed by that of Abidjan in 2011 and Libreville in 2012.

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