M Hotel Makkah sponsors the opening of a fitness centre at Al Wahda FC

The center aims to increase the number of young people in Makkah to adopt fitness activities in their daily routine

The opening of the fitness center took place in the presence of Prince Abdullah bin AbdulAziz bin Faisal bin Abdul Majeed bin AbdulAziz Al Saud.
The opening of the fitness center took place in the presence of Prince Abdullah bin AbdulAziz bin Faisal bin Abdul Majeed bin AbdulAziz Al Saud.

M Hotel Makkah by Millennium, a 5-star hotel located at the heart of the holy city of Makkah, participated in the opening of a new fitness center at Al Wahda FC as a sponsor promoting and upholding a healthy lifestyle for youth.

The new center will serve the local community of Makkah, aiming to attract more young people to adopt fitness activities in their daily routine, the hotel said in a statement.

The opening of the fitness center took place in the presence of Prince Abdullah bin AbdulAziz bin Faisal bin Abdul Majeed bin AbdulAziz Al Saud and a number of businessmen and dignitaries.

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Mohamed Abdel Fattah, general manager at M Hotel Makkah, said that the hotel was “honoured to be a part of the opening of the new fitness centre.

“The healthy development of our youth must be our first priority at this moment as many elements of distraction are evolving and changing their lifestyle constantly.

“We encourage all people from different ages to embrace fitness in their daily lifestyle and even take that further to participate in national and international competitions so individuals take part in the responsibility of achieving 2030 vision,” he added.

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