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Leisure meets business as hotel launches co-working spaces


Transcorp hotels

It was a case of leisure redefined as Abuja Transcorp Hilton during the week, launched a new initiative to boost business activities in a hospitable environment.

Led by the Group Chairman, Transcorp Plc, Mr. Tony Elumelu, the top management ceremoniously performed the cutting of the tape to declare an exquisitely designed work space opened.

Tagged Co-Working Space, the office spaces meant to be explored by business-minded guests is located on the first floor and considered an addition to the portfolio of businesses and services that operate within the hospitality outfit.

Elumelu commended the efforts of the management staff in emerging with a lofty initiative that seamlessly aligns with the hotel’s vision to redefine hospitality.


For him, the provision of a business hub for guests with necessary facilities is a scale up in the business of hospitality.

“Transcorp Hilton, Abuja, aims to meet the needs of its corporate guests, which is visible with the launch of this new project that is open to all.

Also speaking, the General Manager, Kevin Brett, described the stylish space as an addition to a range of on-site facilities that the hotel boasts of t
owards meeting the business needs of their guests.

“Transcorp Hotels are known for being the top choice for corporate events and guests.

“However, the corporate world experienced a shift during the COVID-19 pandemic with more people working from home. But with needed flexibility, the co-working space will cater to the everyday guest who still needs an operational work environment without a designated office.”

“Over the years, we have been able to build a community of guests and we aim to cater holistically to their leisure and work life”, said the Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer of the hotel, Dupe Olusola.


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