Hilton Garden Inn Tabuk Saudi Arabia announced for 2013

Hilton Worldwide has announced the signing of a management agreement to introduce Hilton Garden Inn Tabuk, its first hotel in Tabuk, the capital city of the Tabuk Province in North Western KSA.

The hotel will be developed close to the main Tabuk Highway and will have access to KSA's international neighbors to the North. The 110-room hotel, the second Hilton Garden Inn in KSA, will include 10 suites and feature a fitness center, swimming pool, an all-day dining restaurant and lobby lounge. The new hotel, expected to open winter 2013, will also feature business facilities including a boardroom, two meeting rooms and a business center, for Tabuk's business community.

The announcement, in partnership with owners Adex Contracting Maintenance & Operations, will be Hilton Worldwide's 15th pipeline hotel in KSA. Within three years, Hilton Worldwide expects to grow its current portfolio of six hotels in KSA to 21 properties, offering an additional 9,300 rooms to the country.

Hilton Garden Inn hotels are designed to offer such features as the pressure reducing Garden Sleep System bed, ergonomic Mirra chair, and complimentary high-speed internet access. Guests also have the opportunity to earn and redeem Hilton HHonors points.

The city of Tabuk is en-route to religious destination for pilgrims travelling between Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon and the KSA holy cities of Makkah and Medinah. It also serves as the headquarters for the Northern Region's local government offices and is home to a KSA military base.

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