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 immersive two-day conference experience will be packed with features that allow attendees to engage and interact with not only the live content on offer, but also with other attendees and guest speakers, as part of a comprehensive three-pillar program.
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The priority for RCU at the moment is to continue to build our experiences in a way that focuses on conversation and light-touch tourism that has the community at its heart.
This entrepreneurialism was matched by 1 in 5 Saudi nationals saying that they would consider a career in the restaurant sector.
The group has recently announced 15 new hotel signings across EMEA in Q2 2020, six of which fall within the Middle East and Africa region.
KSA has moved to market itself as a global tourism destination with speed and ambition. Philip Wooller, area director, Middle East & Africa at STR, and speaker at the recent Saudi Arabia Hospitality Investment Conference in Riyadh, tracks the Kingdom’s achievements to date and plans for the future in an operating climate now facing unprecedented challenges.
Winnow Vision technologies are being implemented by leading global hotels in more than 40 countries, where they are utilized by over 1,300 kitchens.
Agreements for InterContinental Dammam with Salem Mohammed Al Qahtani, and for Holiday Inn Riyadh Al Malaz with Saleh Alsalamah and Partner Companies.
In December, Millennium Hotels & Resorts MEA revealed its development plans for Saudi Arabia with a goal of operating 25 hotels kingdom-wide by 2025.
In addition to signing nine new hotels in Saudi Arabia in 2019, Hilton opened two new hotels: A DoubleTree by Hilton and a Hilton Garden Inn.