Rotana's Centro Salama Jeddah opens in Saudi Arabia

It's the third hotel under the Centro by Rotana brand in the Kingdom

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Centro Salama Jeddah by Rotana Hotel Management has opened its doors. The hotel, which is the third property under the Centro by Rotana brand, was funded and developed in partnership with Saudi-based Al Diyar United Company.

The new property features 189 rooms and suites and includes seven meeting rooms equipped with business tools and technologies. The hotel also features a fully equipped health club, a pool for hotel guests, and two modern restaurants: c.deli and c.taste.

Centro Salama is located close to shopping centres and entertainment venues and is 15 minutes away from King Abdulaziz International Airport.

The hotel marks the 10th property launched under the brand in the region and is Rotana’s fifth property in Saudi Arabia bring the company’s total supply in the Kingdom to more than 1,300 hotel units. Rotana has three new developments in the pipeline which will further add 780 keys to the existing portfolio.

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