Best Western debuts in Saudi Arabia
Al Khobar, February 8, 2012
Best Western International, the world’s largest hotel chain, has continued its Middle Eastern expansion with the launch of its first hotel in Saudi Arabia.
The new Best Western Plus Sand Rose Suite Hotel in Al Khobar features 48 rooms and suites, and a range of facilities to excite both business travellers and family groups.
The guestrooms include 12 hotel rooms and 36 luxurious suites, which range from 70-150 sq m. The junior suites are designed for couples, while the two-bedroom executive suites cater for mid-size families.
The larger Panorama Suites offer two bedrooms with a separate living and dining area and kitchenette, and the expansive Royal Suites feature three bedrooms, a large living and dining space, kitchenette and an extra guest bathroom.
All rooms and suites include complimentary Wi-Fi and offer panoramic views across the glittering city skyline, the thriving corniche or the azure waters of the Gulf, a statement said.
Best Western Plus Sand Rose Suite Hotel also offers a fully-equipped business centre, a swimming pool, fitness centre and a rooftop restaurant.
“This is a momentous occasion for Best Western International. The opening of the Best Western Plus Sand Rose Suite Hotel marks not only the addition of another superb hotel to our portfolio, but also our entry into Saudi Arabia,” said Glenn de Souza, Best Western International’s vice president International Operations – Asia & the Middle East.
“With many more hotels planned, we expect this booming country to become a key member of our global family.” – TradeArabia News Service
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