Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel opens in Saudi

Hilton expands hotel portfolio in Saudi Arabia

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 Hilton has opened Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel in Saudi Arabia, with coveted views overlooking the Sacred Mosque. The hotel also boasts of the largest ballroom and convention centre in the city.

The opening of Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel marks Hilton’s 12th hotel in Saudi Arabia,” said Hilton regional head, brand management, Andreas Lackner.

“With more than 30 hotels under development, Saudi Arabia features our largest development pipeline in the Middle East and we look forward to extending our renowned hospitality across the country,” he added.

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Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel also has the largest pillar-less ballroom in Makkah, and the ability to accommodate up to 1,600 people.

The 764-key hotel has 90 executive rooms and 25 executive suites. Guests will also have access to the 24-hour fitness centre.

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