Al Hokair Group further expands its hospitality offering in the region

Al Hokair Group further expands its hospitality offering in the region


Consolidating its partnership with the world’s leading hospitality brands, Al Hokair Group continues to expand rapidly in gateway business and leisure destinations across the Middle East. Following the addition of 1,113 new rooms to its portfolio of hotels over the last 12 months, the group has increased its inventory of keys by approximately 25 percent from 4,548 rooms to 5,661 rooms.

Speaking at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM), Sami Al Hokair, managing director of Al Hokair Group, said: “Al Hokair’s expansion strategy is in line with region’s growth and investment in the tourism sector. Our partnership with global hospitality brands such as Marriott International, IHG, ACCOR Hotels, Radisson Hotel Group and HILTON gives us a unique edge over the competitors while leveraging Al Hokair Group’s position as a market leader in the hospitality industry. The recent addition of fabulous new hotels namely Jabal Omar Marriott Hotel, Radisson Blu Residence Istanbul Batisehir, Radisson Blu Hotel Jeddah Corniche, Park Inn by Radisson Jubail, MENA Plaza Al Barsha Dubai, MENA Airport Hotel Jeddah, MENA ApartHotel Al Barsha Dubai, MENA Hotel Tabuk KSA and Jeddah Marriott Hotel (opening 2019), has allowed us to penetrate new destinations like Makkah, Tabuk and Istanbul while growing our presence in existing territories.”

Al Hokair added: “Furthermore, we have accelerated the expansion of Al Hokair’s owned brand MENA Hotels & Resorts with a fresh new look and concept reflecting the pulse of Arabian hospitality. This diversity of brands and hotels allows us to serve a wide range of market segments from mid-scale to luxury while providing a superb choice to our guests including the new generation of travelers.”

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The new additions and development will positively contribute to the revenue and increase market share of Al Hokair hotels’ division. Omar Samara, CEO of Al Hokair Group, said: “We believe there is a tremendous potential for growth in the hospitality sector in spite of the current challenges in the market and the global market conditions. Our long-term strategic partnerships are founded on compelling value propositions and business transparency. Combining our resources and in-depth understanding of the region with the global network and expertise of the world’s most successful hospitality brands we aim to contribute positively to the Vision 2030 as tourism and hospitality is a key pillar in the growth of Kingdom’s GDP. All our hotels stand out for their outstanding location, design excellence and facilities developed to match the highest industry standards. Our success is rooted in our unrivalled heritage founded on principles of integrity, efficiency, quality, innovation, value, growth and teamwork.”


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