Conrad debuts in Saudi Arabia

Conrad Hotels & Resorts has officially opened Conrad Makkah

While there are several Hilton properties in Saudi Arabia already, Conrad Makkah is the first Conrad branded property in Saudi Arabia.
While there are several Hilton properties in Saudi Arabia already, Conrad Makkah is the first Conrad branded property in Saudi Arabia.

Conrad Hotels & Resorts has opened its first hotel in Saudi Arabia.

The 438-room Conrad Makkah, which overlooks Al Masjid al Haram and the Holy Kaabah, houses its own mosque that accommodates up to 1,000 people and has an audio connection to Al Haram.

F&B options at Conrad Makkah include steak restaurant Prime and all-day dining restaurant Al Mearaj, serving local and international cuisine. 

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Conrad Hotels & Resorts global head John T.A. Vanderslice said: "We are delighted to open our first luxury hotel in the holy city and begin welcoming pilgrims and guests.”

Hilton Worldwide area president, Middle East & Africa, Rudi Jagersbacher added: "The arrival of Conrad Hotels & Resorts to Makkah marks the addition of our second brand into the city and our 11th hotel into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

"With another 28 Hilton Worldwide properties in development, we are extremely proud to offer incredible variety and choice for travellers to the region.”

 

 

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