Al Khobar Marriott Hotel to open in 2018 in KSA

Marriott International will introduce two new properties in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Al Khobar Marriott Hotel and Marriott Executive Apartments Al Khobar. This comes after the company signed an agreement with Ali Bin Sultan & Brothers Group Holding, a local organization with interests in the construction, manufacturing and hotel industries.

Due to be completed in 2018, the Al Khobar Marriott Hotel will comprise of a total of 200 rooms. The 80-unit Marriott Executive Apartments in the vicinity is also due to be completed at the same time. Both properties will be managed by Marriott International under a long-term agreement with the owners, Ali Bin Sultan & Brothers Group Holding.

Al Khobar is home to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's oil and petrochemical industry and is a corporate and commercial destination. Both properties will be located at the intersection of King Fahd and Prince Salman Roads, close to the city's two largest shopping malls and enjoying access to King Fahd International Airport and to the King Fahd Causeway, a 16-mile road bridge connecting the Kingdom with Bahrain.


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Marriott International currently operates eight hotels in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, offering 1,863 units across five brands including Marriott Hotels, Courtyard by Marriott, Marriott Executive Apartments, Residence Inn and The Ritz-Carlton. Marriott International also recently announced two new properties in Riyadh’s Diplomatic Quarter, Saudi Arabia’s corporate, financial and governmental district. 


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