Warwick Hotels to open seven new hotels in KSA in H1 2018

Warwick Hotels and Resorts will open seven new hotels in key cities in Saudi Arabia

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Warwick Hotels and Resorts (WHR) is set to launch new additions to its Middle East portfolio stating its ambition to keep on increasing its presence in the region with new management contracts.

WHR has been in operation for more than three decades and in the Middle East since 2012. The current portfolio in this region spans six countries, including the UAE, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.

WHR will open seven new hotels in Saudi Arabia: Al Hamra Palace by Warwick, Dabab Hotel by Warwick, Makeen Homes by Warwick, Warwick Riyadh; four luxury hotels situated in the capital, Salsabil by Warwick and Salsabil Residence by Warwick in Jeddah and Warwick Al Khobar on Corniche Road.

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As of today, WHR counts 14 hotels in the MENA region.

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