Planning and delivery of a 100 room boutique hotel in the heart of Nigeria's Confluence City. Designed primarily to house the wave of initial foreign and domestic experts working on the all-inclusive 5* resort development in Lokoja - A harbinger of superior sustainable design and engineering in West Africa.
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WEST MEETS AFRICA
Ranging in size from cozy to spacious, the boutique hotel planned for Lokoja will feature 100 rooms and suites, cased in seamless technology that blends African and European luxury in artful design comfort.
REAL ESTATE | RENEWABLE ENERGY | INFRASTRUCTURE | HOSPITALITY
Our Africa venture span the sub-Saharan market due to strong political cooperation, social change and to a large extent, driven by rapid-pace technological advancement. The emerging middle class, and the continents population growth especially, the youth with an affinity for urbanization have also peeked our interest. Promising opportunities in other regions have also been identified by our New Business Development Team.
ROOM & SUITES
LUXURY HOTELS | CONFERENCE FACILITIES | GOLF COURSES | SUPPORTIVE HOMES | SOLAR POWER FARMS | AMUSEMENT PARKS
DalWorld and its strategic partnerships are pleased to announce the signing of a multimillion dollar Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) to begin resort development in parts of Nigeria, the largest and most resilient economy in Africa and a major consumer market (according to The Financial Times article of April 7, 2014 "Nigeria almost doubles its GDP in recalculation"). Increasingly, Real Estate, Leisure, and Tourism in emerging markets offer traditional and non-traditional holiday seekers an exotic experience. From the smiling coast of Gambia to Namibia, wedged between the Kalahari and the South Atlantic, Africa's flora and fauna, and its flavorful cuisine are gaining international attention.
In recent months DalWorld have been engaged in the United States of America, the Dominican Republic, St. Lucia and Ghana. Additionally, there are on-going negotiations in Finland, Angola, Oman, the United Kingdom and Ivory Coast that are promising for early 2019.
May 25, 2017 > This is why Africa matters to the United States. www.atlanticcouncil.org/blogs/new-atlanticist/this-is-why-africa-matters-to-the-united-states
June 1, 2016 >This is Africa's most overlooked achievement, and it is changing lives of millions. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/06/this-is-africa-s-most-overlooked-achievement-and-its-changing-the-lives-of-millions/
February 10, 2016 > Why U.S. Investor Michael Milken Is Bullish On sub-Saharan Africa. www.afkinsider.com
December 13, 2015 > Why Africa is bigger than you think - www.virgin.com
December 1, 2015 > Can Nigeria replicate China's economic transformation? - www.bbc/news/world-africa-34962106
October 8, 2015 > US pension funds embrace private equity in Africa. ft.com - That Missouri's 111,000 retired state workers receive some of their pensions thanks to Africa consumers may seem...
July 30, 2018 > https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/05/why-the-world-s-fastest-growing-populations-are-in-the-middle-east-and-africa/