Millennium’s M Hotel Makkah opens car park facility

The facility opening will serve property guests and visitors of Makkah

The car parking facility was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier in May 2019
The car parking facility was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier in May 2019

Millennium Hotel’s M Makkah has opened a car park facility to tap the growing demand for parking slots during the Hajj and Umrah season in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The facility was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Makkah this month and has a total capacity of 200 spaces.

Millennium said the move also aligns with the 2030 vision, which aims to make KSA a “favourable destination for regional tourism”.

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“We know that more Umrah performers are visiting Makkah from the Kingdom and neighbour countries such as Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and UAE, and here where this facility comes to ease their pain in searching for a convenient parking with a total capacity of 200 cars,” said Millennium M Hotel Makkah’s general manager Mohamed Abdel Fattah.

“The comfort of our guests is top of our priorities, and we pledge to continually seek and develop solutions for a better guest experience in line with 2030 vision.”

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