Al Hamra Golden Tulip Dammam (previously Al Hamra Holiday Inn Dammam) has completed the second phase of a multimillion Saudi riyal renovation programme for guest rooms and suites.
All rooms have been transformed into classic modern accommodations, appealing to business and leisure travellers alike. The furnishing, décor and amenities are tasteful and stylish. The renovation took place floor by floor while the hotel’s operation was running smoothly and receiving guests without causing noise or disturbance.
“This is the second phase of renovation which comes as part of the comprehensive plan to renovate the entire hotel rooms, facilities and outlets and upgrade it to remain up-to-date with the state-of-art,” said Mohamed Dabbass, hotel general manager.
The renovation programme has included replacement of the HAVC system, electro-mechanical works, installation of electronic locks, mobile signal repeaters, upgrade of satellite TV channels, new PABX system with voice mail and high speed internet connection.
In addition, the hotel has recently launched promotions to serve throughout the year like “room on wheel” jointly with AVIS rent-a-car, meeting incentive packages, rewards programme and provision for transfers to and from Bahrain.
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