Dur Hospitality launches roadshow in Riyadh

Operating nine hotels in four cities, Dur Hospitality's hotel operation division launched its first annual roadshow that kicked off in Riyadh

The Dur Hospitality roadshow.
The Dur Hospitality roadshow.

The event gathers senior representatives from Dur hospitality and Makarem hotels and aims to promote Dur’s hotel operation expertise in Saudi Arabia to their high-value clients and partners.

The event also shed light on the award winning Makarem Hotels, the Saudi Grown hotel brand owned by Dur hospitality, who recently launched a series of exclusive services including the spiritual concierge the Karam Card and the seven languages website that caters to its diversified clients’ portfolio visiting the hotels from all over the world.

Dur Hospitality president of hotel operations Dr Denis Sorin said in a statement: “This event presents a unique opportunity to communicate directly with our valued partners and present to them our diversified services. We at Dur hotel operation division follow a systematic approach that ensures the long and sustainable relations with our partners and with the help of our centralised sales services we make sure we cater to our client’s diversified needs.”

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Dur Hospitality is committed to expanding its hotel operation portfolio where it had recently announced signing two agreements to operate two hotels at Dar al-Hijra project in Medina, and another franchise agreement to develop and operate the first Courtyard by Marriott and Residence Inn by Marriott properties in Yanbu.

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