Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA collaborates with SAPTCO

The partnership is aimed at saving time and efforts by reducing guests’ walking distance

Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA collaborates with SAPTCO
Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA collaborates with SAPTCO

Saudi Arabia’s Millennium & Copthorne Makkah Al Naseem, properties of Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA situated in Al Naseem district, Makkah has revealed a partnership with transportation service company, SAPTCO.

The collaboration was designed to transfer hotel guests via shuttle buses from doorsteps of the hotel directly to Al Haram through the Kuday Tunnel, aiming to save the time and efforts of the guests by reducing their walking distance.

By entering this partnership, SAPTCO will pick up guests from Copthorne and Millennium Makkah Al Naseem and drop them under the mosque of Makkah utilising 24/7 free shuttle buses.

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During Hajj season this year, Millennium & Copthorne Makkah Al Naseem hosted more than 5,000 pilgrims, thus continuing an approach through this partnership to fulfill the comfort experience provided to the guest.

Commenting on the partnership, Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA’s cluster director of sales and marketing, Haitham Effat said: “We are proud of this partnership which will certainly elevate our guests comfort level while visiting the holy city of Makkah to perform Umrah or Hajj. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the custodian of the two holy mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, and to all governmental authorities that work according to his aspiring vision and wise guidance.”

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