Rotana, the leading hotel management company in the Middle East and North Africa, announced its preparations for the coming Hajj season at Al Marwa Rayhaan by Rotana in Makkah which was officially opened in August of this year.
“Every year, pilgrims from all across the globe trek to Makkah to fulfil one of the pillars of Islam performing Hajj and it’s an honour for us at Al Marwa Rayhaan by Rotana to welcome the visitors of the Holy sites and look forward to hosting and serving them making their visit as pleasant and convenient as possible”, stated Mr. Nasser Al Nowais, Chairman of Rotana.
“Rayhaan Hotels & Resorts by Rotana” is unique with its global level of services that is synonymous with the Rotana brand and that’s what makes Al Marwa Rayhaan by Rotana in the heart of Makkah Al Mukarramah in a league on its own within the hotel industry,” commented Mr. Al Nowais.
“The demand on the hospitality industry in Makkah Al Mukarramah is increasing with the numbers of pilgrims during the Hajj and Umrah seasons and Al Marwa Rayhaan by Rotana is ready to meet the needs with the services offered,” continued Al Nowais.
He also added: “To our valued patrons, Rayhaan offers an uncompromising alternative that upholds the world-class standards synonymous with the Rotana name.”
The property offers 426 luxurious rooms and suites, designed to be modern and stylish, while complementing the values of Arabian culture. A choice of three restaurants offering breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets in addition to à la carte menu, as well as 24 hour in-room dining.
The new hotel is the first to open under the newly launched brand “Rayhaan Hotels & Resorts by Rotana” – Rayhaan is an Arabic name that refers to an aromatic plant mentioned in the Holy Quran and reflects Rotana’s respect for the culture and beliefs of its guests and its dedication to fostering a new Arabia in today’s world.
Al Marwa Rayhaan by Rotana, Makkah is situated on the right side of the Al Bayt Towers project, which faces King Abdul Aziz Gate and has an overview on the Haram and the Ka'aba Al Mukarama. The new hotel is part of the Al Bayt Towers complex, one of the ongoing King Abdul Aziz Endowment (Waqf) projects in Saudi Arabia. The project is comprised of seven towers which will be built on an area of 6.15 million square metres.
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