From Raymond Bonnici, Marketing Manager at Awal Hotel.


Or as is said in Libya, "Assalamu alaikum". Here at Awal Hotel, we strive to be your home away from home in Tripoli, whatever the reason for your visit is.

Of course, in order to give you a home away from home, we do need to know you better. With that in mind, we're collecting some basic information about our friends and guests, to see how we can better accommodate them next time they visit us here.

Update your information here so that we get to know a little more about you. Of course, your information will never be sold or passed on to anyone; this is for our own use only. We will be eternally grateful for your help.

Wishing you all the very best, I remain cordially yours,

Raymond Bonnici
Marketing Manager, Awal Hotel Tripoli

Diplomats return

Nine russian diplomats who were evacuated from the Russian embassy in Tripoli earlier this year are now returning to their posts in Tripoli, eager to shore up diplomatic relations and pave the way to securing business deals between the countries. Events such as these happy returns are occurring with ever increasing frequency and signal a return to strong business propositions here in Libya.

The multi-million dollar contract

A $209-million contract between the Ministry of Housing and American Fortune 500 company AECOM was signed on December. The contract lifts the suspension of work necessitated by the revolution, and is 25 months long. Expected to exceed $100 billion in construction value, AECOM’s chief executive of global programmes James Thompson said that this makes the US-Libya deal one of the largest construction contracts worldwide. Needless to say, huge projects such as this herald a new day of doing business in Libya.

Season's Greetings!

Warmest regards for this festive season from all of us here at Awal Hotel Tripoli! We hope that your year has been productive and whilst extending our best wishes for the coming new year, we hope that you're closing it off with your most loved ones.

If you will be with us during this holiday season and would like a little something to make your stay feel more like home, let us know, and we'll surely help if we can!

A car for the people

In pre-revolution days, a BMW car was seen as a symbol of the ruling elite, but all that is set to change. Teri Hani, BMW Libya’s Marketing Manager unveiled the new premium X5 at the Libya International Motor Show last week, saying, "We are turning it around, to make the BMW the car of the people.”
The increased business opportunities and more money being made by more people can only augur well for the BMW team in Libya, whom we warmly congratulate.
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