Saudi Arabia welcomes a new five star hotel as the Movenpick Hotel Al Khobar opens its doors. Located in the heart of the business area of Al Khobar City this 13 storey tower will target business travellers and upscale conferences and weddings.
It has 101 spacious and luxurious rooms, as well as 42 suites offering all the comfort and amenities expect of a first class international hotel.
A 1,600 m multi-purpose banquet hall has been designed for weddings, conferences and meetings and offers a large pre-function
area wih private entrances from the parking and hotel as well as a bridal room located within direct access to the ballroom.
Culinary options include the Indian restaurant, Maharaja by Michelin chef Vineet Bhatia, which serves traditional Indian cuisine from the North West Frontier combined with a dum pukht style that embodies true ethnic dishes but with a modern presentation.
Leisure facilities include a fully equipped fitness centre, which combines work-out options with state-of-the-art equipment, steam room, sauna, squash court, Turkish bath and an indoor swimming pool.
“Through lengthy preparations and endless efforts, we have created a much anticipated hotel in Al Khobar,” said Philippe Charraudeau general manager Movenpick Hotel Al Khobar. “Saudi Arabia represents a key strategic destination for the expansion of our brand in the Gulf region and we are proud that our presence here has been significantly boosted by the addition of this hotel.”
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