Hotel to be built at Dammam airport
Dammam, March 13, 2013
A 250-room five-star hotel is planned to be built at the King Fahd International Airport (KFIA )in Dammam, according to a senior official.
A contract for the construction of the hotel has already been awarded to an international company, airport general manager Eng. Khalid bin Khalil Al Mizel was quoted as saying by a Saudi Gazette report.
He said the hotel project implementation will take two years from the date of the signing of the contract.
The hotel will be linked to the airport terminal by a pedestrian bridge to facilitate easy access to and from the hotel, he said in the report.
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