Hotelier Middle East Power 50 2019: Number 21

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Hassan Adhab
Hassan Adhab

Having held the role of president of hotel operations of Dur Hospitality for almost two years, Hassan Adhab recently launched Karam Umrah Services company in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Dur Hotel Operations has been pursuing a vigorous expansion strategy through its Saudi brand, Makarem hotels in Makkah and Madinah as well as through its partnerships with renowned international brands such as Marriott International and InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) throughout various strategic locations across KSA.

Dedicated to pursuing our expansion plan for Makarem Hotels brand which focuses on serving pilgrims and visitors of KSA’s holy cities, the company has signed projects that include Makarem Jabal Kaaba Hotel in Makkah and Makarem Sagryah Tower, Maadeba in Makkah.

Commenting on Dur hospitality’s assets that stood at $779.6 million at the end of 2018 and aiming to grow further in future, Adhab said: “We are dedicated to reinforcing our valuable partnerships with renowned international brands, such as Intercontinental Hotel Group and Marriott Hotels. When the right opportunity emerges we will tap the regional market.”

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