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Binod Chaudhary’s CG Hospitality enters East Africa

CG Hospitality, the hospitality arm of CG Corp Global, the first multi-billion-dollar conglomerate from Nepal headed by Binod Chaudhary who also has investments in the hospitality industry in Sri Lanka announced its re-entry into the rapidly growing East African market, with the acquisition of two iconic Fairmont properties in Kenya, The Fairmont Mara

Safari Club and Fairmont The Norfolk.

Renowned for its impressive and storied history, Fairmont The Norfolk hosts 27 luxurious suites and 143 rooms. The Fairmont Mara Safari Club with its 51 luxuriously furnished tents at the foot of the Aitong Hills.

With this acquisition, CG Hospitality becomes a part of a rich historical legacy that the Fairmont ‘The Norfolk’ hotel celebrates.

From being the first luxury hotel in Kenya to being a shelter to men and women during World War II, the property has seen and been a part of momentous world events. It 1909, it was also one of the stops on Theodore Roosevelt’s “Africa Safari and Scientific Expedition” and was a gathering place for legendary figures throughout the 1900s including author of Out of Africa Karen Blixen and the Adamsons, immortalized in the movie Born Free. Expressing elation at leading the company into its strategic expansion plans, MD & CEO of CG Hospitality Holdings and CG Corp Global Rahul Chaudhary said, “The acquisition of these two Fairmont assets in Kenya is a proud moment for us given that it signals our re-entry into East Africa, especially for our local partnership in this acquisition through our holding Company CG Madison (Kenya) Limited.” CG Hospitality’s journey began in 2001.

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