Corinthia Hotel Tripoli(Redirected from Corinthia Bab Africa Hotel)
The Corinthia Hotel Tripoli, originally known as the Corinthia Bab Africa Hotel, is a five star skyscraper hotel in Tripoli, Libya. It is located in the city center, near the central business district. It is run by the Maltese Corinthia Hotels International CHI plc hotels management company. The hotel was opened in 2003 by Prime Minister, Shukri Ghanem [More information required].
|Corinthia Hotel Tripoli|
The Corinthia Hotel main tower.
|Hotel chain||Corinthia Hotels|
|Address||Souk Al Thulatha Al Gadim|
|Height||394 ft (120 m)|
|Floor count||28 (tower 1), 14 (tower 2)|
|Number of rooms||319|
|Number of restaurants||4|
2015 terror attackEdit
On 27 January 2015 ten people, including five foreigners from France, Italy, Turkey, United Kingdom and the American Crucible LLC security contractor David Berry, were killed by a gun attack. Prior to this attack six people were injured in a car bomb explosion near the Hotel. A group of militants allegedly affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant claimed responsibility for the attack. The group, which called itself Islamic State in Tripoli Province, stated that they perpetrated the attack to avenge the death of Abu Anas al-Libi.
- "Hotels owned by International Hotel Investments p.l.c. (IHI): Corinthia Hotel Tripoli". ihiplc.com. Retrieved 13 November 2015.
[…] located right at the heart of the city’s commercial and historic districts, overlooking both the Medina and the Mediterranean Sea.
- Moore, Jack (27 January 2015). "American Among Dead as Hotel in Libya Stormed by Terrorists". NBC News. Retrieved 27 January 2015.
- Moore, Jack (27 January 2015). "David Berry, Contractor Working for Northern Virginia-Based Firm Killed in Libyan Hotel Attack". NBC Washington. Retrieved 27 January 2015.
- Jomana Karadsheh and Hamdi Alkhshali (27 January 2015). "Gunmen attack Corinthia Hotel in Libya; at least 10 die". CNN. Retrieved 27 January 2015.
- "Libya hotel attack: Five foreigners among nine killed". BBC. 27 January 2015. Retrieved 27 January 2015.
- Moore, Jack (27 January 2015). "ISIS Attack on Tripoli Hotel Opens New Front Against West". Newsweek. Retrieved 27 January 2015.
- Mohamed, Esam (28 January 2015). "Islamic State loyalists claim responsibility for Libya hotel attack". Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved 28 January 2015.
- Media related to Corinthia Hotel Tripoli at Wikimedia Commons
- Corinthia Hotel Tripoli official website
- Corinthia Hotel in the Emporis database
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