Best Western Hotels & Resorts opens three hotels in the Middle East

Best Western Hotels & Resorts (BW) opened three new hotels in Saudi Arabia, including two in the capital of Riyadh. BW anticipates expanding its footprint to 20 hotels in the Middle East by the end of 2016, including its second property in Kuwait City and a Premier branded hotel in Qatar.

The Best Western Plus Riyadh is located close to the business and government districts, shopping malls and tourist areas and is approximately 30 minutes from the King Khalid International Airport. Hotel amenities include 85 guestrooms and suites, Wi-Fi connectivity, Cascade Restaurant, business center services, a fitness center, indoor pool and sauna, as well as meeting and event facilities.

The Best Western Dammam Hotel has 64 guestrooms and suites with ocean or city views, free Wi-Fi connectivity, on-site restaurant, fitness center and a business center.

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Meanwhile, the Best Western Olaya Hotel is located in the business district of Riyadh. Hotel amenities include 50 guestrooms and suites, Wi-Fi connectivity, on-site Rumours Restaurant, a coffee shop, 24-hour airport courtesy car service, business center, fitness center and meeting and banquet facilities.

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