Hilton opens third Morocco hotel

The Hilton Tangier Al Houara is owned by Qatari Diar and managed by Hilton. Photo credit: Hilton

The Hilton Tangier Al Houara Resort & Spa has opened its doors as the company's third property in Morocco. 

“Morocco is a flourishing tourism destination which welcomed more than 12 million visitors last year,” said Rudi Jagersbacher, president/Middle East, Africa and Turkey, Hilton. “We are delighted to be expanding our footprint in the country and hope this will continue to support the Moroccan government’s tourism ambition to make Morocco one of the top 20 tourist destinations in the world by 2020.”

The 304-room hotel is located within a protected national park and has direct access to a five-kilometer beach. The hotel is also a short drive from Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport

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The property has five restaurants and bars, an 850-square-meter Eforea spa, a gym, a kids club and two golf courses alongside a golf academy.

For meetings and events, the hotel has 4,500 square meters of event space with capacity for up to 1,400 guests,15 flexible meeting rooms, two pillarless ballrooms and a foyer that leads to an outdoor terrace that can host coffee breaks, cocktail receptions and buffets.

The Hilton Tangier Al Houara is owned by Qatari Diar and managed by Hilton.

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