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Kempinski set to manage resort in Lebanon

Kempinski has agreed to manage IFA Hotels & Resorts’ latest resort, Alabadiyah Hills in Dhour Abadiyah, Lebanon. The entire development of 12 private villas, 33 townhouses and 220 apartments, as well as a spa and other facilities, will open in 2008.

Kempinski has agreed to manage IFA Hotels & Resorts’ latest resort, Alabadiyah Hills in Dhour Abadiyah, Lebanon. The entire development of 12 private villas, 33 townhouses and 220 apartments, as well as a spa and other facilities, will open in 2008.

The condominium-styled development is situated between Bhamdoun and Aley and will offer investors the chance to buy a holiday home and rent out unused time through a Kempinski rental system.

“This project with IFA creates an ideal platform for us to enter the Lebanese market, and will set the standard for future projects in the region. Kempinski is known for exceptionally high standards of quality and service, which is one of the main advantages for investors in this luxury residence, who can be guaranteed five-star services all year round,” said Ulrich Eckhardt, senior vice president Middle East and Africa, Kempinski.

Alabadiyah Hills will feature two design styles: the Village Residence and the Tower Residence. Most of the villas and townhouses will have private gardens and swimming pools. The resort will offer a members-only health club, gymnasium, swimming pool, and other facilities.

“In addition to all the services, the branded residence comes with a rental administration system managed by Kempinski where investors can rent out their properties on short and long term. This gives the owner the opportunity to make his property available when it is not used, to receive a return on his investment, all under Kempinski’s management,” explained Werner Burger, vice president, sales & marketing, IFA Hotels & Resorts.

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