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New Mövenpick hotel coming to Lahore's Johar Town
Dubai, April 21, 2017
 

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has signed a deal with the Orient Group of Companies to manage the 310-key Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Lahore, scheduled for opening in 2021 as part of the Finance and Trade Centre in Johar Town, a mixed-used development earmarked as the city’s new commercial hub.

 

Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Lahore will feature 260 rooms and 50 serviced apartments; five restaurants and lounges; 1,500m2 of meeting and event space, including a large ballroom; a 700m2 spa and fitness area; and a kids’ club and business centre.

 

(From left front row) Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts' Andreas Mattmuller; Orient Group of Company's Mian Ahmad Fazal, Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts' Olivier Chavy; (back row) Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts' David Weir, Amir Lababedi and Andrew Langdon 

 

The hotel will also be close to the Lahore International Expo Centre, the Bank Square financial precinct and several corporate and government offices, as well as new and upcoming theme parks and shopping malls.

 

Andrew Langdon, chief development officer, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, said: “Pakistan is undergoing rapid development and we are actively seeking opportunities to further expand our footprint in a country that offers strong growth potential.”

 

In Pakistan, Mövenpick already operates the 407-room Mövenpick Hotel Karachi and is scheduled to open the 361-key Mövenpick Hotel Centaurus Islamabad in 2018.

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