Safir Hotels & Resorts was one of the first leading Arabian companies in the field of hotel management. It currently has properties ranging from three to five stars situated in prime tourist destinations in the MENA region.
By mid 2009 three more Safir branded hotels – situated in Kuwait, Qatar and Oman - will be joining the network as part of the company’s growth plans within the region.
Safir Hotels & Resorts is owned by Kuwait Hotels Company (KHC), which was established in 1962 to be one of the earliest entities in the hospitality business within Kuwait and the Middle East.
The management group’s long term vision includes managing global network hotels, ranging from resorts to hotel suites classified under the categories of three to five stars.
Safir strives to develop a sense of true Arabian hospitality through continuous research and planning. The team consists of specialists with experience in hotel management and a demonstrated ability in providing the highest level of services to guests while delivering a superior return on investment by providing a full range of services - hotel operations and management, food and beverage, finance and administration, technical services, management information systems, procurement, human resources and development, and sales and marketing.
TTN is the most established trade publication in the Middle East distributed on a controlled circulation basis to members of the travel and tourism industry.
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