Actual property platform Kasada is to replace its new lodge acquisition, a coastal resort in Senegal.
The impartial hospitality personal fairness supplier has purchased The Lamantin Seashore Resort & Spa in Saly, one of the vital standard seaside retreats within the nation.
The asset is situated alongside the Petite Côte, a outstanding leisure hub that draws worldwide and native guests. It options 166 keys, assembly rooms, two swimming swimming pools, a spa and wellness space, a water sports activities centre, and is among the solely accommodations with direct entry to the seaside.
Upcoming renovations to the seaside resort are meant to reinforce visitor expertise and guarantee main environmental and social governance practices.
Vital native worth
Olivier Granet and David Damiba, Kasada’s managing companions stated: “The Senegalese economic system has proven resilience all through the pandemic, and we’re excited so as to add this asset to our portfolio. We consider the mix of the lodge’s reputation and our savoir-faire will create important worth to our company and the area people.”
Kasada’s sub-Saharan African focus has seen the agency buy three different properties in Senegal, the Pullman, Novotel and Ibis Dakar, which have been acquired in January 2021.
The true property agency at present has different African property refurbishments underway, together with Crowne Plaza Resort Nairobi in Kenya and Movenpick Resort Kacyiru in Kigali, Rwanda.