HMH's Coral Al Ahsa Hotel in Saudi Arabia completes renovation

As part of the upgrade, 36 new guestrooms were added, taking total inventory to 101 keys

Coral Al Ahsa Hotel, managed by HMH, in Saudi Arabia.
Coral Al Ahsa Hotel, managed by HMH, in Saudi Arabia.

Hospitality Management Holding (HMH) has announced the completion of renovation at the Coral Al Ahsa Hotel in Saudi Arabia.

HMH chief operating officer Ferghal Purcell said:“The renovation was necessary in view of the growing demand for the hotel. As part of the upgrade, we have added 36 new guestrooms at the hotel taking its total inventory of rooms to 101 keys, as well as expanded the banqueting facilities, doubling the current capacity.”

The four-star Coral Al Ahsa Hotel features an all-day dining restaurant and two coffee shops with a shisha lounge, three multi-functional rooms which altogether can accommodate up to 430 people, a swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and a gym.

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Purcell added: “The Coral Al Ahsa Hotel is superbly located on King Fahad street (Dhahran road) that is the main road connecting key cities in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Over the years, the hotel has demonstrated strong performance across major segments given its outstanding location and fantastic accommodation and facilities. Al Ahsa continues to develop as a significant business hub and we have recently experienced an increase in demand for conference and event facilities. The addition of new rooms and expansion of the ballroom will allow us to take advantage of this growing demand while consolidating our position as a preferred choice in the city for both corporate and leisure guests.”

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