Mövenpick unveils new Makkah promotion
Makkah, February 5, 2013
Mövenpick Hotel and Residence Hajar Tower Makkah has launched its new “Suite Sweet Deal” promotion, which offers guests 'a spiritual experience and premium hospitality' in the holy city.
With its unmatched position just steps from the Ka’aba, the Mövenpick Hotel Makkah is both a spiritually appropriate and popular choice for pilgrims and other visitors to Makkah, said a statement from Movenpick.
Now guests wanting the ultimate in comfort can stay in one of Mövenpick Hotel Makkah’s signature suites where not only do they receive a VIP treatment, but also exclusive benefits in one of the deluxe suites.
In addition to its reputation for hosting Hajj and Umra pilgrims, the Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Hajar Tower Makkah is also favoured by business travellers and features a fully-serviced business centre.
The hotel is easily accessible via transfer from King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah, which is 64 km away.
"The offer includes a daily continental breakfast for two, VIP services and welcome amenities, late checkout till 3pm, 15 per cent off on daily lunch buffet, complimentary broadband internet and daily newspapers, a daily fruit platter and complimentary mini-bar (replenished daily),'' it stated.
Guests also enjoy access to a six-storey shopping mall and a prayer hall for 3,000 worshippers, while the five restaurants and tea lounges within the hotel premises offer extensive buffets with varied cuisine to accommodate different palates, the statement said.
Some of the hotel’s suites enjoy magnificent views of the Holy Mosque and Ka’aba, owing to its ideal location within the Abraj Al Bait Tower, where all suites feature Oriental design and furnishings with Middle Eastern influences, and are equipped with an LCD television with international news channels, wired internet, a safe and tea/coffee- making facilities, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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