Radisson Blu Hotel, Hail marks Radisson Hotel Group’s latest expansion in Saudi Arabia, affirming its dedication to the development in secondary cities

 Ain Alalam – Rashad Iskandrni

 

Radisson Hotel Group announces the signing of the Radisson Blu Hotel, Hail, as part of its continued focus on expanding its presence in secondary cities within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Hail, a city in north-central Saudi Arabia, boasts a rich history and culture, with breathtaking landscapes and historical sites for visitors to explore. It was a significant hub for trade and commerce in the past and is home to landmarks like Qishlah Palace and Al Mashaqba Mountain, offering stunning views of the surrounding desert landscape. Al Hail International Airport is located nearby, making it easy for travelers to access the city. Hail is a unique destination that showcases Saudi Arabia’s rich heritage.

The hotel will offer 149 beautifully appointed rooms, suites and villas, ensuring a luxurious stay for business and leisure travelers. Guests will be able to enjoy a variety of dining options, including an all-say dining restaurant, a pool deck, and a coffee lounge. The hotel will also feature a wellness center and large meeting and events facilities, making it an ideal destination for corporate events and special occasions.

Elie Milky, Vice President Development, Middle East, Middle East, Greece, Cyprus and Pakistan, Radisson Hotel Group, said, “We are pleased to continue our expansion in Saudi Arabia and to bring the Radisson Blu brand to Hail. This signing is a testament to our commitment to developing our presence in secondary cities and our confidence in the continued growth of the Saudi Arabian market.”

Radisson Blu Hotel, Hail, is set to open its doors to guests towards the end of 2024 or the beginning of 2025 and promises to deliver the exceptional hospitality and service that Radisson Hotel Group is known for.

With over 45 hotels and more than 8,000 rooms in operation and under development, Radisson Hotel Group aims to reach 100 hotels in Saudi Arabia by 2030 after announcing the opening of a fully-fledged regional office in Riyadh last year to support this growth.