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Louvre Hotels to open nearly 50 new hotels in Saudi Arabia by 2025

🕔 June 15, 2021
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Louvre Hotels Group plans to expand its portfolio in Saudi Arabia to 47 hotels by 2025, for a total of nearly 7,000 rooms, via its Campanile, Golden Tulip and Tulip Inn brands. The goal is to establish its leading brands at the heart of a fast-growing tourist market.

In 2021, five of the group’s 3- and 4-star hotels will be inaugurated in various strategic destinations of Saudi Arabia:

  • The Golden Tulip Riyadh with 94 rooms and The Golden Tulip Unaizah with 84 rooms in the first quarter of 2021;
  • The Tulip Inn Dammam Corniche with 70 rooms in the third quarter of 2021;
  • The Golden Tulip Umm Al Qurah with 454 rooms in Mecca during the forth quarter of 2021.

With new hotels opening by 2025, Louvre Hotels Group promotes the creation of over 3,500 local jobs in the tourism sector. The group will integrate these new employees into its training and development cycle. The Campanile brand will also be part of the Louvre Hotels Group rollout, joining the first 16 hotels which are already among the most sought-after leisure, cultural and urban destinations in Saudi Arabia.

Pierre-Frédéric Roulot, CEO of Louvre Hotels Group, said:

“Saudi Arabia represents a strategic market for our global development, due in great part to its focus on tourism and the extraordinary choice of destinations it offers. Launching Campanile, our midscale brand, in this region is a point of pride for us because we want to inaugurate an innovative yet affordable offer, able to satisfy local customers and international tourists alike.”

 



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