Kempinski Al Othman Hotel Al Khobar opens doors

The property in Saudi Arabia has 218 rooms, and has opened in the business centre of Al Khobar

The exterior of the Kempinski Al Othman Hotel Al Khobar.
The exterior of the Kempinski Al Othman Hotel Al Khobar.

Kempinski Al Othman Hotel Al Khobar has officially opened its doors to welcome visitors and guests.

The hotel is located on at the crossroads of Al Khobar, Dhahran and Dammam on King Saud Road.

Kempinski Al Othman Hotel Al Khobar hotel manager Steven Pieters said: "The opening of Kempinski Al Othman Hotel Al Khobar is not only an important milestone for us as a luxury hotel brand but also for the city of Al Khobar."

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He added: "This hotel will be the benchmark for personalised service in Al Khobar offering luxuriously appointed rooms, suites and apartments, a selection of the finest restaurants, a world class spa, and modern meetings facilities.”

The property consists of two towers with 20 floors and 218 rooms, with a Skybridge lobby lounge providing views over the city.

It was earlier reported that the hotel will have nine restaurants, cafés and bistros, along with conference rooms, two banquet halls, a business centre, a wellness centre and spa.

 

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