DELRAY BEACH, Fla., May 18, 2017 –Hotel ’41’ is among the winners of the 2017 Experts’ Choice Award from TripExpert, an accolade that recognizes the best hotels around the world based on reviews by journalists and professional travel writers. “We are honored that the reviewers on TripExpert rated our hotel among the best in the world,” said General Manager of ’41’ Malcolm Hendry. “This recognition is a testament to our exemplary service, luxurious accommodation, and outstanding amenities.” Hotel ’41,’ which recently received a Five-Star rating from Forbes Travel Guide, currently ranks in the top 2% of all hotels on TripExpert and also received one of TripExpert’s Best of London awards, garnering praise from reviewers at Michelin Guide, Frommer’s, Lonely Planet, Condé Nast Traveler, and others. “Our expert sources give very high praise to Hotel ’41,’” said TripExpert’s Content Manager Chris Blume. “They were impressed with the immaculate contemporary décor, luxurious offerings, and the exceptionally attentive staff of this gem next to Buckingham Palace.” TripExpert’s pioneering rating approach takes into account expert reviews from travel guides, magazines, newspapers and other respected sources, and scores hotels against others in the same city. This system allows travelers to be confident that each highly rated hotel is an outstanding choice for lodging. One of the city’s most distinguished and sought-after deluxe hotels, ’41’ boasts views overlooking The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace and offers guests the height of luxury in London. In addition to its superb location and chic black-and-white décor, ’41’ offers round-the-clock dining and complimentary treats in the residents-only Executive Lounge, staffed by a team that outnumbers guests two to one. It’s the thoughtful touches and exemplary service that sets ’41’ apart and contributes to its consistent ranking as one of the best hotels in the world. For details and reservations, please contact Hotel ’41’ at +44 20 7300 0041 or email [email protected] Visit us online at www.41hotel.com. Join Hotel ‘41’ social media community on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and join the conversation using the hashtag #RedCarnationHotels.
Rabat- El Othmani met several Chinese businessmen during the China-Africa summit in Beijing, including the CEO of Huawei, to discuss business cooperation.Representing King Mohammed VI at the summit Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) on Monday in the Chinese capital, Beijing, Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani underlined Morocco’s commitment to improving its business climate to appeal to local and foreign investors.El Othmani invited Chinese businessmen to invest in the kingdom and Africa as a whole to bring more progress for the continent, reported state-owned news agency Maghreb Arab Press (MAP). According to MAP, Chinese business leaders have invested in Morocco because of the country’s “stability” and have expressed a desire for future partnerships with Moroccan stakeholders.El Othmani met a number of major industrial leaders, including Ren Zhengfei, CEO of multinational IT company Huawei, and the chairman of China Energy Engineering Corporation, Wang Jianping.Accompanying El Othmani were Deputy Minister of African Affairs Mohcine Jazouli and Secretary of State to the Minister of Industry Othman El Ferdaous.The two-day summit, held September 3-4, aims to build a bridge between Asia and Africa to deepen cooperation between the two continents.Morocco is open to initiatives aiming to boost cooperation between the two countries and improve the economy in Africa, such as “The Belt and Road Initiative.” The Chinese initiative was proposed in 2013 to create a trade network that will link Asia, Africa, and Europe.China’s ambassador to Morocco, Li Li, said that Morocco provides an ideal platform for Chinese companies looking for new markets.China pledged to invest $60 billion in African countries for the continent’s economic development. The country’s president, Xi Jinping, announced that the fund includes $20 billion for credit lines, $15 billion to finance imports of goods to Africa, and $10 billion from Chinese companies choosing to invest in the continent over the next three years.Increasing China-Morocco tiesIn 2017, Chinese firms announced a new investment of $11 billion into the creation of “Mohamed VI Tangier Tech City,” a new factory district that aims to generate 100,000 new jobs in the Tangier area.China has become one of Morocco’s most significant economic partners as the two countries have reinforced their ties in several sectors, including media and tourism. China’s interest in Morocco also extends to its fisheries and aquaculture assets.Both Morocco’s and China’s fisheries sectors are very important to their economies. According to a recent report from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, Morocco’s fish production ranked 13th globally, with 1.3 million tons of fish, while China topped the list with 1.2 million tons of fish.Morocco’s Secretary of State for Sea Fisheries Mbarka Bouaida and China’s Deputy Mayor Wang Luming, of Qingdao in eastern China both commended Morocco’s potential in the sector, during their talks in July about fisheries and aquaculture.