The President of Mozambique, Armando Guebuza Sunday inaugurated the “Golden Peacock” Hotel in the city of Beira, which was built and will be managed by China’s Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Corp. (AFECC), according to Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias.
The Chinese ambassador to Mozambique, Li Chunhua and AFECC director, Wang Hao attended the inauguration of the hotel, which cost US$30 million to build.
The 190-room hotel, which also has two presidential villas, a nightclub, a casino, two restaurants (a Chinese restaurant and another serving international food) will also have 20 houses, which are still under construction.
Work on the hotel began in 2011 and ended in December 2013.
The AFECC will also build a residential condominium, a supermarket and other commercial and leisure areas due to be concluded within the next two years. (macauhub/MZ/CN)