Kenya’s hospitality industry on the rise despite past challenges

Tourists enjoy their visit to Haller Park in Mombasa. Arrivals stood at 1.45 million, up from 1.33 million in 2016. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • The country has the second-highest number of branded hotels in sub-Saharan Africa, ahead of Nigeria, Ethiopia and Tanzania.
  • Kenya is honoured to have such high-calibre international hotel investors at the conference, which will connect business leaders from both the international and local markets in the hotel industry.

The country’s hospitality industry is on an upward growth trajectory, having been resilient and surmounting numerous challenges over the years to secure a place for itself among the top in Africa.

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