Dur Hospitality signs two Madinah hotel projects

Dur Hospitality has signed letters of intent to operate two hotels at the Dar Al-Hijrah project in Madinah in Saudi Arabia

Madinah, Saudi Arabia.
Madinah, Saudi Arabia.

Dur Hospitality is set to operate two new hotels at the Dar Al-Hijrah project in Madinah, Saudi Arabia, reported local media.

Two letters of intent (LOI) were signed by the Public investment fund (PIF) represented by the Saudi Real Estate Development Company (Dar Al-Hijrah), and Dur Hospitality, according to the Saudi Gazette.

One hotel will be operated under Dur Hospitality's Makarem brand, with 614 rooms and hotel apartments. The second will offer 380 rooms and hotel apartments and will be operated under the Marriott Courtyard brand name.

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The Dar Al-Hijrah project is located 3km away from the Prophet’s Mosque (Al Masjid Al Nabawi) and 900 m away from Quba mosque in Madinah. Once completed, the entire project can accommodate more than 120,000 guests.

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