Rotana reveals three Saudi Arabia properties set to launch in Q1 2020

Hotels will add 991 rooms to the group’s portfolio in the Kingdom

The third Rotana property, DAMAC Arjaan by Rotana that will opening in Riyadh, will feature 453 rooms
The third Rotana property, DAMAC Arjaan by Rotana that will opening in Riyadh, will feature 453 rooms

Hospitality group Rotana Hotels will be launching three hotels in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Q1 of 2020, with a total of 991 rooms, an official told Hotelier Middle East.

The first Rotana hotel to open in Dammam under the "Rayhaan by Rotana" brand — Dana Rayhaan by Rotana — will feature 285 rooms.

The property is located next to the city's main cultural attractions, including the heritage city, and is only minutes away from King Fahd International Airport.

The Centro Corniche that will be opening in Al Khobar is targeting business and leisure travellers.

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The hotel offers 247 rooms and studios with three dining outlets, swimming pool, gym, treatment rooms, sauna & steam rooms and three fully equipped meeting rooms.

The third Rotana property, DAMAC Arjaan by Rotana will be opening in Riyadh.

Featuring 453 rooms, Damac Arjaan by Rotana has iconic twin towers offering two choices in one development.

The hotel offer living experiences, enhanced with high-end amenities that include restaurants, a wellness centre and inviting swimming pools.

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