Ascott opens Spectrums Residence Jeddah in Saudi Arabia

Spectrums Residence Jeddah opened on June 15, 2017, and offers 69 units for both families and business travellers

Vincent Miccolis.
Vincent Miccolis.

The Ascott Limited (Ascott) has expanded its presence in Jeddah with the opening of Spectrums Residence.

This is the fourth property managed by Ascott in the city, adding to the Ascott Sari, Ascott Tahlia and Citadines Al Salamah Jeddah.

The new 69-unit residence is located on Prince Sultan Road in the Al Salamah district, in the north of Jeddah, suitable for both extended stay travellers and families, and business travellers.

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"We are honoured to have the opportunity to manage Spectrums Residence, which complements our existing properties in Jeddah - Ascott Sari, Ascott Tahlia and Citadines Al Salamah.  With a fourth property in the city, Ascott has strengthened its position as the leading international serviced residence operator in Jeddah," said says Vincent Miccolis, Ascott’s country general manager, Middle East & Turkey.

Residents can choose from a range of furnished two-bedroom apartments, each of which has separate living, dining, kitchen and work areas. The property features 24-hour reception, housekeeping services, breakfast room, gymnasium, children’s playroom, prayer rooms and smoking lounge.

The property also offers meeting and events facilities, with several flexible layouts suitable for small meetings to medium sized conference and events, with complimentary parking on-site.

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