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April 19, 2024
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Al-Murjan Holding opens Four Points by Sheraton Jeddah, Corniche Obhur

The Four Points by Sheraton Jeddah, Corniche Obhur was officially opened recently by Al-Murjan Holding, a leading provider of tourism, health, and real estate development services in Saudi Arabia. This move further cements the group’s commitment to this sector along with its expanding footprint. The four-star hotel covers an area of 30,133 square meters and consists of 301 rooms on 17 floors. Dining facilities, a fitness centre, a swimming pool, a business centre, a ballroom, and meeting rooms are also included.

Al-Murjan Holding opens Four Points by Sheraton Jeddah, Corniche Obhur

Four Points Hotel Jeddah Corniche is one of the most notable accomplishments of Al-Murjan Holding, which reflects the group’s role in creating destinations and developing sustainable tourism assets that play an important role in supporting the Kingdom’s 2030 vision. The opening ceremony was attended by Mazin Altamimi, Group Vice Chairman and Managing Director, board members, Consul Generals of USA, UK, France, and Italy, top VIPs and dignitaries alongside prominent businessmen.

Eng. Tawfiq Bahamdein, CEO of Al-Murjan Holding, explained the significance of another successful project completed by the group and Marriott International. He described the opening of this hotel as having one of the most picturesque waterfronts in Jeddah. Located on the Corniche Obhur, just 12 minutes from King Abdulaziz International Airport and close to King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, the Four Points by Sheraton Jeddah is designed with the global traveller in mind. The hotel’s light and neutral colors evoke a sense of relaxation and comfort with their classic and timeless aesthetic.

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