Best Western Opens Hotel in Jizan, Saudi Arabia

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Best Western has expanded its portfolio of hotels in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the opening of its first ever hotel in the port city of Jizan.

The new Best Western Jazan Hotel is located in the far southwest of the Kingdom, overlooking the Red Sea.

We are delighted to continue our expansion in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia one of the Middle Easts fastest-growing tourist economies, said Ron Pohl, Best Western Internationals Senior Vice President of Brand Management & Member Services. All across the country, business and leisure tourism is growing and the government is moving forward with large-scale infrastructure development projects. We expect this growth to continue for many years to come and I look forward to Best Western International being a major part of the Kingdoms future development and success.

The new Best Western Jazan Hotel features 52 rooms, all of which feature 40-inch LCD TVs, universal plug sockets and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The hotel also has a restaurant, small meeting room, coffee shop, room service, a fitness center and prayer room.

Following the opening of the Best Western Jazan Hotel, Best Western International now operates hotels in three distinct Saudi Arabian cities Makkah, Al Khobar and Jizan.

The company also has a pipeline that currently includes eight new properties across the country, covering all three of its brands. Once this major period of expansion is complete, Best Western International will operate almost 1,500 rooms and suites in eight Saudi Arabian cities.

Best Western, Saudi Arabia, Jizan

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