Shaza Hotels reveals promotional offers for guests in Saudi Arabia

The offers are available across the group's hotels in the kingdom

The second offer lets guests stay for three nights and pay for two at Shaza Al Madina
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The second offer lets guests stay for three nights and pay for two at Shaza Al Madina

Shaza Hotels has announced a variety of promotional offers across its hotels in Saudi Arabia.

The first offer, allows guests to book rooms seven days prior to their arrival date and save 20% off their booking throughout the year.

The second offer lets guests stay for three nights and pay for two at Shaza Al Madina. And the third offer allows guests to book directly through the group’s website and get 15% off on room rates at the Shaza Riyadh Hotel Residences.

Commenting on these promotions, Shaji Abu Salih, corporate director, business development, Shaza Hotels, said, “The tourism industry in Saudi Arabia is on a renaissance now, thanks to Vision 2030 and its leaders. At Shaza Hotels, we are delighted to support these new developments by offering our unique, handcrafted guest experiences with attractive offers during this winter, across our properties in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

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