Rotana has taken around the management of Damac Towers Arjaan by Rotana in Riyadh, with the home established to open up in early April.

The announcement follows a partnership signed among the firm and Damac Inns & Resorts last yr.

Positioned on King Fahd Street, the twin-tower architectural landmark delivers a total of 448 high-class rooms, suites and penthouses.

The lodge characteristics condition-of-the-artwork facilities this kind of as meeting and events services, a wellness and conditioning centre, separate temperature-controlled swimming swimming pools for males and females, and a perfectly-geared up gymnasium, amid other individuals.

Male Hutchinson, chief government of Rotana, stated: “It is a pleasure to companion with Damac Inns & Resorts on the launch of our seventh lodge in Saudi Arabia.

“This remarkable new home marks the Saudi debut of the Arjaan Lodge Residences by Rotana manufacturer, even more improving our varied portfolio in the kingdom and bringing tasteful metropolis living to the heart of Riyadh.

“Offering the finest in prolonged-remain, we have no question that this lodge will turn out to be a preference for travellers searching for a high-class property-away-from-property knowledge.”

The new home delivers Rotana’s total tally in the Kingdom to 7 resorts and 2,087 keys with a solid improvement pipeline such as Centro Corniche, Al Khobar and Dana Rayhaan by Rotana, Dammam.

The two houses are also scheduled to open up through the first half of 2020 and will add even more 807 rooms to the lodge operator’s total stock.

“Despite the recent global situation, we continue to be optimistic about the kingdom’s tourism overall performance and the region as a whole.

“Governments in numerous nations around the world are focusing strongly on economic diversification, and with tourism actively playing a central position in these efforts we glimpse forward to a bright foreseeable future for the hospitality sector,” added Hutchinson.

Driven by a thriving MICE sector, enhanced infrastructure investments and the improvement of touristic attractions and important genuine estate and entertainment jobs, such as the Crimson Sea Task, the kingdom’s lodge industry is projected to exceed $24 billion by 2025.

The governing administration has established an bold focus on of new fifty six,106 lodge rooms among 2019 to 2021 in line with the ambitions of Saudi Eyesight 2030.