Lafontaine to manage two new properties in Saudi Arabia

Lafontaine has been appointed to manage new properties in Saudi Arabia with the La Fontaine Royale Hotel in Jeddah and Lafontaine Le Lake Resort in Alkhobar.

The new four-star deluxe hotel in Jeddah, which will have approximately 60 rooms, will open by the first quarter of 2014. The hotel will have a gym, sauna and steam room, a banqueting and conference hall with a capacity of 200 people, a restaurant and coffee shop.

The property will also have 10 executive suites, each with one and two rooms, which will be operated by Lafontaine Hotel and Resort. The hotel will target business travelers, airline crew and family.

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