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Minor Hotels to manage Oaks Beirut
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Minor Hotels, an international management chain, will manage a hotel owned by Allied Investment Group, a hospitality company, previously known as Hotel de Ville. As of June the hotel will operate under the brand name Oaks Beirut.

Allied Investment, owned by Joseph Nemer, is in the process of renovating the 4A-star hotel. The hotel, which closed last October, was managed by Golden Tulip.

Investment in the renovation is $5 million. Renovia Beirut, owned by Greco Younan, is renovating the building.

The total built-up area of the hotel is 7,000 square meters (m2). It will include 120 rooms, out of which 50 are suites. The hotel will also comprise an international restaurant, a conference room capable of holding 120 people, two meeting rooms, a rooftop pool and bar, and three floors of underground parking.

The hotel is expected to create around 100 jobs.

Minor Hotels operates four brands: Anantara, AVANI, Tivoli and Oaks.
Reported by Rania Ghanem
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Date Posted: Jan 26, 2018