Domina Hotels expands into Jordan

The Domina Hotel Group has announced plans to move into Jordan, with its Domina Inn Aqaba planned for 2007.

This will be the group's fifth property in the Middle East and Northern Africa area. Situated on the southern tip of Jordan, Aqaba is the country’s only seaport. Well known for sandy beaches and coral reefs and considered the cleanest of the Red Sea, it is also very close to the pink northern deserts. Domina Inn Aqaba is conveniently located in the city centre with easy access to the sea for hotel guests. “With Domina Inn Aqaba we are offering a new destination for the incoming business market as well as leisure,” said Domina Hotel Group managing director Jean Patrick Thiry. “We are proud to continue investing in the Middle East and Northern Africa area.” The 175-room property will have a 150sq m conference hall, five meeting spaces and a two-floor car park, plus a swimming pool, sauna, steam bath, massage, gym and access to a diving centre. The Domina Inn brand, part of the Domina Hotel Group, has 16 hotels in six countries worldwide.

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