Last month, Park Inn by Radisson, a midscale hotel brand of the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, announced the opening of its first hotel in Najran, Saudi Arabia.
The 113-room hotel is located on King Saud Road in the Al Fahad District, just a few minutes away from the ministries, Aramco, and the industrial zone. This opening takes the group’s Saudi portfolio to 38 hotels, and over 10,000 rooms in operation and under development.
Tim Cordon, area senior vice president, Middle East, Turkey and Africa, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group said, "We are very pleased to announce the opening of Park Inn by Radisson Najran in Saudi Arabia. We have seen the market within the kingdom grow through increased domestic travel, a short supply of midscale hotels especially for corporate travellers and the sustained growth of religious tourism. The upper midscale Park Inn by Radisson brand will continue to gain momentum as we launch new hotels in key cities and secondary locations across the Middle East, Turkey & Africa.”
This year alone, the company will also open three Park Inn by Radisson branded properties in Saudi Arabia: the 84-key Park Inn by Radisson Jeddah Madinah Road, 156-key Park Inn by Radisson Jubail Industrial City and 335-key Park Inn by Radisson Makkah Aziziyah.
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