The flag oil company refers, in a statement published on its website, that the hotel units will be sold "in the form of assignment of the exploration and management rights".
"The aforementioned public tenders, which include the submission of proposals until mid-October 2021, provide for the transfer of management rights for a period of 12 years, with a purchase option, aimed at national and foreign investors", the note goes on.
There are four hotels at stake: HCTA, Suite Maianga, Florence and Rio Mar. The HCTA is located in one of the "noblest areas" of the capital, comprising modern rooms, "including junior suites, luxury suites and a splendid presidential suite".
Suite Maianga is located "in one of the main arteries of Luanda", being close to the 4 de Fevereiro International Airport. It is "composed of superiorly equipped rooms, for a comfortable stay, and a terrace that provides a unique panoramic setting in the city of Luanda", the note adds.
In turn, Hotel Florence is "near Luanda's main financial square, opposite Belas Shopping and Shopping Avenida" and "has sumptuous rooms and excellent hotel amenities".
Finally, Rio Mar is located in Benguela, in the south of the country, next to Catumbela International Airport. "It has a splendid view and, at the right angles, it allows us to see the sea and the vast land plain from the soil of the red acacia trees", concludes the note.