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Transcorp Hilton Abuja is the business hotel in Africa, according to World Travel Awards

When you’re sent on a trip to an exciting foreign location, are you seeking for the best business hotel in Africa? The World Travel Awards Africa winners, who were announced at an event at the Ritz-Carlton in Amman, Jordan, and featured a ton of opulent hotels, are a good place to start.

The Transcorp Hilton Abuja in Nigeria won “Africa’s Leading Business Hotel 2022,” one of the evening’s most coveted hotel accolades. Transcorp Hilton offers 667 art-deco style rooms and suites for the comfort of discerning travelers and is situated in the heart of Nigeria’s capital city, adjacent to government buildings, economic districts, and diplomatic districts.

The average cost of lodging in Nigeria under the Hilton brand was $1033.09, according to the ICIR. The Transcorp Hilton in Abuja’s cheapest room was $225.23, while the Executive Presidential Suite was the priciest at $1840.95.

 

Nairobi crowned Africa’s Best Business Travel Destination.
Nairobi was also won Africa’s Leading Business Travel on the night of the award because Kenya had a great performance in the African categories, defeating Accra, Cairo, Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Lagos, and Pretoria.

Kenya Tourist Board received the award for “Africa’s Leading Tourist Board,” while Kenyatta International Convention Center received the honor for “Africa’s Leading Meetings & Conference Center.”

Kenya Airways was voted Africa’s Leading Airline in 2022 and Africa’s Leading Airline in the Business Class category at the annual awards, which honor the best products and services in the travel and hospitality industries. Cape Town was named Africa’s Leading Airport.

The nominee receiving the most votes in a category was declared the winner after votes were cast by members of the public and professionals in the travel industry.

Ethiopian Airlines earned the title for the best economy class airline in Africa, while Kenya Airways was named the continent’s top airline brand. Africa’s Leading Airport went to Cape Town International Airport, and Africa’s Leading Airport Hotel went to the Four Points by Sheraton Nairobi Airport in Kenya.

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