Movenpick Hotels & Resorts opens fourth property in Jeddah, KSA

Property features the city’s first first restaurant managed by a Michelin star chef


Mӧvenpick Hotels & Resorts, a brand within the AccorHotels portfolio, has opened the doors to its fourth property in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.


The 161 room Mӧvenpick Hotel Tahlia Jeddah, owned by Hadia Abdul Latif Jameel Food Products Trading Co., is located on Hail Street in the city.  

According to a statement, the property is the only “premium” hotel in Jeddah offering three interconnecting rooms.

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The statement also revealed that the property features Jeddah’s first restaurant managed by Michelin star chef and restauranteur Vineet Bhatia at ‘Rasoi by Vineet’.

Other food and beverage venues include, Le Bistro Restaurant, featuring indoor and terrace seating, the Lobby Lounge and the soon-to-open Roof Garden.

Speaking on the property opening, Sami Nasser, chief operating officer Middle East & Africa, AccorHotels, said: “This contemporary property is a distinctive addition to our fast-growing portfolio in Saudi Arabia where we currently operate 12 properties and have four more pipelined.”

The property also features a health club, sports court, outdoor pool, sauna and steam room, and a spa with two treatment rooms. There are also seven state-of-the-art meeting rooms.  

In addition to its four existing hotels in Jeddah, Mӧvenpick Hotels & Resorts also operates hotels in Al Khobar, Makkah, Madinah, Riyadh, Qassim and Yanbu. In development is one more Jeddah property – Mövenpick Hotel Heraa Jeddah – as well as Mövenpick Residences Al Khobar, Mövenpick Hotel Financial District Riyadh, and Mövenpick Hotel Wa’ad Al Shamal, all of which are scheduled to open by 2023.

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