Nairobi’s Villa Rosa Kempinski and Olare Mara Kempinski are about to lay off workers after issuing redundancy notices in line with its restructuring process, according to the hotel’s general manager Roberto Simone.
Simone says the process aims to achieve a consolidated team and position to maintain proper cost structures necessitated by reduced hotel occupancy and conferencing.
“The closure of our borders of international flights affected the number of foreign visitors into our country who account for over 80 percent of our business,” says Simone.
Olare Mara Kempinski is a privately-owned conservancy, by the Olare Motorogi Conservancy Masai Mara. It is a 12-luxury tented camp cater to the high end international and domestic leisure traveler, offering a classic safari experience, surrounded by rolling savannah teeming with wildlife.
Villa Rosa Kempinski is a 200 rooms hotel located within the capital of Kenya, Nairobi.
The government announced the release of Ksh 2 Billion exchequer support to hotels and related establishments to ensure that they maintain their staff compliment.