Marriott International to launch executive apartments in Madinah

The 66-apartment property will be Marriott’s third such project in Saudi Arabia

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Marriott International has launched its first executive apartment in Madinah. The re-branded property is the group’s third project in Saudi Arabia

The 66-apartment property is targeting both business and leisure travellers. The property offers studios and apartments with one and two bedrooms. Each apartment is furnished and comes with a fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi and TV, as well as personal grocery shopping and daily housekeeping.

The property also has “multi-functional spaces to work, a spa, kids play area, indoor swimming pool, and fully equipped gym”.

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Explaining their growth in Saudi, Alex Kyriakidis, president and managing director, Marriott International, Middle East & Africa said, “Religious tourism plays a key role as the government plans to attract 30 million pilgrims by 2030. Marriott Executive Apartments Madinah will address the growing demand for style and tailored services within the extended stay environment for family, business, and pilgrimage travellers.”

Saudi Arabia is Marriott International’s second largest market in the Middle East.

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