Saudi's DoubleTree by Hilton Makkah Jabal Omar has opened

The property offers 448 rooms and 228 suites, and is located in the centre of the holy city of Makkah in Saudi Arabia

DoubleTree by Hilton Makkah Jabal Omar
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DoubleTree by Hilton Makkah Jabal Omar

DoubleTree by Hilton Makkah Jabal Omar has opened its doors to guests, offering 448 rooms and 228 suites, and is located in the centre of the holy city of Makkah in the Jabal Omar development with views over the Grand Mosque (Al Masjid Al Haram).

Guests can enjoy aromatic coffee, freshly brewed tea, pastries and savory snacks at the  Fayrouz Lounge. Zafaran Restaurant, the all-day dining restaurant, offers an extensive buffet complemented by a view of Makkah city. In addition, the Balsamic Restaurant draws inspiration from the Italian way of life and passion for food, offering specially decorated walls, beautiful seating and chandeliers.

Guests have access to a range of local and international brands in the adjacent Al Khalil Mall as well.

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Cluster general manager Magdy Metwally said in a statement: "We look forward to welcoming guests to this new hotel, which is located just a few steps away from the Grand Mosque. Guests will be welcomed to the hotel with the warm DoubleTree cookie which symbolises our commitment to providing guests a warm welcome and comfortable stay”

DoubleTree by Hilton Makkah Jabal Omar is part of Hilton Honors, Hilton's guest-loyalty programme.

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