Millennium Madinah Airport opens in Saudi Arabia

The property features 227 rooms

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Millennium Hotels and Resorts have furthered their expansion into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the opening of Millennium Madinah Airport.

The property features 227 rooms and is located at Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz Airport.

The hotel’s dining options include The Lobby, an all-day dining restaurant offering oriental and international menu, Executive Lounge, Crew Lounge, and the Outdoor Terrace Café.

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Commenting on the opening, general manager of Millennium Madinah Airport, Murad Al-Sabbah said: “It gives me great pleasure to open our doors and welcome our guests to Millennium Madinah Airport, where they can experience high-quality comfort and service inspired by true Arabian hospitality and world-class luxury. Our premium location, competitive rates and first-rate facilities will make Hajj and Umrah an unforgettable experience for visitors to the city.”

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