Excerpt from BBC
Business and high-end hotels are sprouting up across Africa, from Nigeria to Kenya, Libya to Gabon, buoyed by business travellers flocking to the continent’s rich stores of natural resources, including minerals, oil and gas.
The face of African hospitality also looks set to change due to the continent’s growing middle class. According to the African Development Bank, the middle class is expected to increase from 300 million people in 2012 to one billion in 2050. This will mean more people travelling within the continent for both business and leisure – and they will need more places to stay.
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