Katara Hospitaly, a Qatari hospitality and investment holding, is acquiring joint control of a group of luxury hotels in five European cities including the Carlton InterContinental in Cannes, Amstel InterContinental in Amsterdam and three hotels in Frankfurt, Madrid and Rome - Bloomberg is reporting.
Katara Hospitality, previously known as Qatar National Hotels, is a hospitality owner, manager and developer. They are partners of brands like The Ritz-Carlton, Sheraton, Raffles, Marriott, Mövenpick and The Bürgenstock Selection, while also developing their own Merweb business hotel brand.
Katara Hospitaly is a subsidiary of Qatar Investment Authority which is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BD44.
More details follows from Bloomberg
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