Travel Lodge expands to F/Town, Maun

Justin Jose PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Justin Jose PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Overseas Development Enterprises (ODE), the owners of three-star rated Travel Lodge, said they will be expanding with the addition of an accommodation facility in Francistown.

The 80-roomed hotel that the company is building at the second city is part of their ongoing expansion efforts within the country. According to management, the new hotel aims to cater for both business and leisure travellers, providing modern amenities and comfortable accommodation.

They added that Francistown being a significant commercial hub in the country will benefit from this addition by enhancing its hospitality offerings and supporting local tourism business activities. ODE group CEO-hospitality and business development- Justin Jose said construction of the hotel will commence in a month’s time. “We are really excited about this development and anticipate opening the hotel in December 2025,” he said. “The hotel which is along the Tati River will have a conference facility and other a swimming pool.”

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