Hospitality Management Holding Confirms Its Presence At The Riyadh Travel Fair 2018

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HMH - Hospitality Management Holding is preparing for a strong show at the Riyadh Travel Fair (RTF) 2018, one of the key tourism and travel events in the region. RTF is also an opportunity for HMH to present its new five-star property in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - The Coral Al Madinah Hotel scheduled to open in the next quarter, in time for Hajj season.

A4) will provide the perfect location to conduct business with owners and potential partners. Welcoming this opportunity, Mr. Ferghal Purcell, Chief Operating Officer of HMH, said, “With Saudi Arabia continuing to grow at such an inspiring rate, the Kingdom is without doubt a key market for HMH, as part of our wider GCC expansion.

Commenting on this occasion Mr. Aboudi Asali, Chief Executive Officer of HMH, said, “I’m thrilled to welcome the Coral Al Madinah Hotel to our portfolio. Saudi Arabia is an incredibly influential and promising market with tremendous growth potential. Coral Al Madinah joins HMH’s existing portfolio in Saudi Arabic, which includes the Coral Al Khobar Hotel, Coral Jubail Hotel and Coral Al Ahsa Hotel. A4 during Riyadh Travel Fair 2018 from April 10 - 13, in Prince Sultan Hall, Al Faisaliah Hotel Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Founded in 2003 in Dubai, HMH - Hospitality Management Holding is a fully integrated hotel management company that prides itself for being one of the pioneers among local groups that are specialized in the dry segment. Being the largest operator in the sector within the region, HMH provides hotel owners and developers a broad spectrum of world-class management solutions with five distinct, yet complementary, hotel brands catering to varied market segments from luxury to budget.

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