The opening of the first Days Inn by Wyndham in the UAE in H2 2021, will bring more economy accommodation options to travelers.
The luxurious hotel comprises 321 guestrooms and suites and a variety of wellness experiences, restaurants, lounges and bars.
Upon completion in 2030, The Red Sea Project will comprise 50 resorts, offering up to 8,000 hotel rooms and around 1,300 residential properties across 22 islands.
Opening in January 2022, the 138-room property will feature two F&B outlets, six meeting rooms, an outdoor pool, a gym and a business center.
The 368-room luxury hotel including 54 residential units is situated in the commercial and retail heart of Al Khobar with a connecting bridge to Al Rashid Mall.
The Red Sea Development Company appoints daa International to manage operations at destination’s international airport
daa International will provide airfield and terminal operations, aviation services, facilities management and commercial activities, as well as corporate and financial services.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to bring the economies of the world to their knees, Saudi Arabia is trying to find ways to stay afloat. Nada Alameddine, partner at Hodema consulting services, discusses the role of tourism in the kingdom’s future and its Vision 2030 targets.
Myazu, an exciting new contemporary Japanese restaurant, is delighted to announce its launch in Riyadh on Wednesday, 9 December 2020. This sophisticated yet energized concept has been designed with the precise needs of the cosmopolitan Saudi market in mind to bring a unique, world-class addition to the Kingdom’s ever evolving dining scene. As the first brand to be both developed and owned by Modern Food Company, it is expected that Myazu will quickly establish itself as a lifestyle-led hospitality leader, with additional venues planned for 2021.
The Red Sea Development Company is the developer behind one of the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism projects.